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Saturday, October 27, 2012

A REAL VICTIM DIES DUE To Double Standard

PLEASE REVIEW MY OCTOBER 16, 2012 BLOG POST BELOW IN WHICH I AGAIN PUBLICLY RENEWED MY CALLS AS A STATE WRONGLY LABELED RAPIST, SEX OFFENDER, ALLEGED PREDATOR, ALLEGED DANGEROUS PERSON, ALLEGED SEXUALLY DANGEROUS PERSON, ETC. TO:

PROTECT MINNESOTA WOMEN'S LIVES VIA INVOLUNTARY CIVIL COMMITMENT OF KNOWN,  DOMESTIC ABUSE  RECIDIVISTS WHEN THE EVIDENCE IS CLEAR THAT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE/HOMICIDE IS IMMINENT. THE VICTIMS MUST HAVE STATE PROTECTION IN THESE FAIRLY ROUTINE INSTANCES IN WHICH THE VULNERABLE, DOMESTICALLY ABUSED WOMEN IN MINNESOTA KNOW THEY ARE GOING TO BE MURDERED YET THE WELL INTENTIONED POLICE (AS IN THIS AVOIDABLE TRAGEDY IN COTTAGE GROVE) have no POLICE POWER FOR EMERGENCY INTERVENTION TO INCAPACITATE (READ: LOCK UP) these PILLARS OF SOCIETY WHO ARE POSING EXTRAORDINARY, CLEAR HIGH RISK.

Here is an excellent new website:

http://reducingviolence.com/

IF YOU ARE COMMITTED (PARDON PUN) to LEGALLY CLOSING MSOP OR REFORMING MSOP PLEASE CONSIDER MAKING A DONATION TO ASSIST ME.

MINNESOTA SEEMS TO HAVE AN EQUAL PROTECTION VIOLATION GOING ON WHEN THEY TARGET ALLEGED DANGEROUS SEX OFFENDERS FOR COMMITMENT WITH THEIR NON-EXISTENT MENTAL PRONG CRITERIA, AND YET GIVE ALL THE DOMESTIC ABUSERS A PASS FROM THIS CONSEQUENCE. WHY?

Now, the ONE HAS BEEN MURDERED, Tensia Richard, 22WHICH WAS PREVENTABLE AS THE STATE OF MINNESOTA AND NUMEROUS ORGANIZATIONS THAT PURPORT TO "PROTECT" WOMEN IN MINNESOTA HAVE IGNORED. WILL IT TAKE 99 MORE?

http://www.startribune.com/local/east/175976141.html

This is how out-of-touch the Person responding for the Organization National Parents of Murdered Childern says via email to my pleas to help me PROTECT WOMEN:
















Sjodin. Please read what I sent you when you time.

Thanks
Tom

10/15/12
 
Could you give me more information, what is Dru's last name. Bev
To tom.evenstad@live.com
From:natlpomc@aol.com (natlpomc@aol.com)
Sent:Mon 10/15/12 2:39 PM
To: tom.evenstad@live.com
































Could you give me more information, what is Dru's last name. Bev


10/15/12
 


















This is likely to be painful information for the family, loved ones, and friends of Dru, but they deserve to know it, as does the whole world. I hope you post it. Please share this info w/Sgt. Hedlund,
To info@drusvoice.com, pomc@pomcmn.com, natlpomc@aol.com, mbierwerth@hotmail.com
From:Tom Evenstad (tom.evenstad@live.com)
Sent:Mon 10/15/12 12:38 AM
To: info@drusvoice.com; pomc@pomcmn.com; natlpomc@aol.com; mbierwerth@hotmail.com

This is likely to be painful information for the family, loved ones, and friends of Dru, but they deserve to know it, as does the whole world. I hope you post it.

Please share this info w/Sgt. Hedlund, Dru's family and loved ones, Chris Lang, and anyone one else you think needs to know.

http://msoptaskforceinfo.blogspot.com/2012/10/introduction-to-msop-task-force-info.html#!/2012/10/introduction-to-msop-task-force-info.html

Please feel free to email or call me with any questions or concerns.

Cordially,
Tom Evenstad
 
THE MINNESOTA CHAPTER DID NOT EVEN BOTHER TO RESPOND TO MY PLEAS.
For the first time in its storied history, MSOP is going on Trial in the Courtroom of Public (Read Taxpayer) Opinion. Never before has there been an opportunity for those looking at MSOP from the outside in to get a glimpse of the INSIDE of MSOP. What is daily life there for these so-called "Worst of the Worst"

http://tomevenstadswrongfulconviction.blogspot.com/

My experience in our State Prisons prepared me well for the experience I had at MSOPrison. My documentation is the most scathing Indictment of this "Program" yet to date. There is an old saying in the legal community: You can Indict a Ham Sandwich, and I'm Indicting the Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP).

The abuse is so horrific at MSOP that even a former MSOP Team Member came forward as a whistle blower, and said, among other things that if he were on the other side of the cell bars at MSOP he would kill himself rather than try to cope with the FEAR BASED STRESS BOX:

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/24465959/babcock%20letter.msop.pdf

Regardless of what personal views you have about sex offenders, it is important to understand that under our Criminal "Justice" System, that every man at MSOP has served his time, and paid his debt to society via the Criminal Justice System as society has set the rules. I'm not remotely suggesting that the System got it right in many of these cases, but I'm simply pointing out a fact and one that many men at MSOP struggle with to understand. Should we care as the General Public? You better believe we should care.

This Failed Program is costing taxpayers $70 Million dollars a year and that number is rising by the day. We should also care not only because it is an unconstitutional waste of money and resources, but also because this Program PREVENTS MN from protecting its constituents via Best Practices utilization of the massive resources. Protect the many from the many--not the few from the few. We should care also because this is a slippery slope. America did this same thing to Japanese Americans in WWII. What group next? Well, what about Domestic Abusers or murderers. WHY just SO's?

For years I have posited that if MN is to have Civil Commitment as an option for Sex Offenders, then why not for Domestic Abusers? I have contacted numerous Organizations that purport to protect domestically abused women, and just like my GPS Proposal to T-Paw 10 years ago, my visionary thinking re Domestic Abusers has fallen on deaf ears, with predictable results--just like the preventable Dru Sjodin tragedy. How many more women need to be murdered before Minnesota explores this option? One? One hundred? Just how many???

Every year in this State, the number of women murdered by Domestic Abusers (Herein DA's) is much higher than by sex offenders, yet no Involuntary Civil Commitment Intervention has been legislated in MN. Why not? I'll tell you why Minnesota won't enact my Proposals in this area. It's because the State can portray sex offenders as "Them" and we, in the community as law abiding citizens are "Us".

Look at what Dean Janus wrote in 2004:

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/24465959/Janus%202004.pdf

The DA's are part of the "Us" segment of society. They are not the vilified, feared, lowly sex offenders, but are likely some of the people tasked with putting sex offenders behind bars. In other words, the DA's are everywhere in this society of ours, and another reason is that while its easy to get on board and hate all sex offenders, its hard to hate who we don't know, isn't it?

Often the public knows nothing about the numerous prior arrests for DA's with clear escalations of threats and increasing physical violence. That is not sexy enough (pardon the pun) for the media. No, we only hear about the DA's of Minnesota when yet another woman is murdered in this State. One domestic homicide is one too many. I'm way ahead of the curve on this issue...again.

The Domestic Abusers are often our respected community leaders and pillars of the Community. Is MN going to bring Petitions for CC against its police officers, lawyers, judges, teachers, and other mainstream members of society? No. Not even when the Risk to a vulnerable woman is so high that the women know they are going to be murdered yet the State does nothing to protect them in that terrifying situation.

I am Publicly renewing my calls to have as an Emergency Intervention Involuntary Civil Commitment for those men (or women in extremely rare cases) who have demonstrated a clear pattern of Domestic Violence, and I would generally limit it's use to Emergency Intervention in which the danger is excessive and violence highly likely without such emergency, and temporary State Intervention.

Use DA CC to intervene to LOCK UP temporarily and COUNSEL/TREAT men who are out of control, violent, and threatening whoever these cowards threaten. Many more lives would be saved with this use of DA CC vs SO CC. I am only aware of a few men at MSOP who have ever killed anyone. Those men are the exceptions, rather than the rule and the public must be safeguarded from them at all costs.

I am documenting the Witch Hunt which was the Pawlenty Administration's Response to the Dru Sjodin tragedy, which would have been easily prevented had Gov. Pawlenty and others in power in this State implemented this "sex offender"'s proposal early in 2003.

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/24465959/1.30.03%20GPS%20Letter0001.pdf

Now I will show you daily life in MSOP as an innocent Minnesota citizen caught up in the most terrifying and traumatizing situation humanly imaginable: The Nightmare of a State's most extreme abuse of its Police Power/Parens Patriae--Sentencing me to DEATH despite the fact that I had never committed a sex crime in my entire life. High Stakes and a Big Fight.


WHEN IS THE STATE GOING TO WAGE A WAR AGAINST THE DOMESTIC ABUSERS LIKE THEY HAVE WITH THE LOW, MEDIUM AND HIGH RISK SEX OFFENDERS? NOT LIKELY ANYTIME SOON UNTIL WE AS THE GENERAL PUBLIC DEMAND THAT OUR LEGISLATORS PASS LEGISLATION (THAT I CAN CRAFT IF NECESSARY) to EMPOWER VICTIMS AND POLICE TO STOP COLD THESE VERY REAL AND VERY DANGEROUS THREATS VIA NARROWLY TAILORED LEGAL AND CONSTITUTIONAL STATUTES THAT WILL RESTORE THE VICTIM'S RIGHTS:






































For the first time in its storied history, MSOP is going on Trial in the Courtroom of Public (Read Taxpayer) Opinion. Never before has there been an opportunity for those looking at MSOP from the outside in to get a glimpse of the INSIDE of MSOP. What is daily life there for these so-called "Worst of the Worst".

Eight years of a Wrongful Conviction:

http://tomevenstadswrongfulconviction.blogspot.com/


in our State Prisons prepared me well for the experience I had at MSOP. My documentation is the most scathing Indictment of this "Program" yet to date. There is an old saying in the legal community: You can Indict a Ham Sandwich, and I'm Indicting the Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP).

The abuse is so horrific at MSOP that even a former MSOP Team Member came forward as a whistle blower, and said, among other things that if he were on the other side of the cell bars at MSOP he would kill himself rather than try to cope with the FEAR BASED STRESS BOX:

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/24465959/babcock%20letter.msop.pdf

Regardless of what personal views you have about sex offenders, it is important to understand that under our Criminal "Justice" System, that every man at MSOP has served his time, and paid his debt to society via the Criminal Justice System as society has set the rules. I'm not remotely suggesting that the System got it right in many of these cases, but I'm simply pointing out a fact and one that many men at MSOP struggle with to understand. Should we care as the General Public? You better believe we should care.

This Failed Program is costing taxpayers $70 Million dollars a year and that number is rising by the day. We should also care not only because it is an unconstitutional waste of money and resources, but also because this Program PREVENTS MN from protecting its constituents via Best Practices utilization of the massive resources. Protect the many from the many--not the few from the few. We should care also because this is a slippery slope. America did this same thing to Japanese Americans in WWII. What group next? Well, what about Domestic Abusers or murderers. WHY just SO's?

For years I have posited that if MN is to have Civil Commitment as an option for Sex Offenders, then why not for Domestic Abusers? I have contacted numerous Organizations that purport to protect domestically abused women, and just like my GPS Proposal to T-Paw 10 years ago, my visionary thinking re Domestic Abusers has fallen on deaf ears, with predictable results--just like the preventable Dru Sjodin tragedy. How many more women need to be murdered before Minnesota explores this option? One? One hundred? Just how many???

Every year in this State, the number of women murdered by Domestic Abusers (Herein DA's) is much higher than by sex offenders, yet no Involuntary Civil Commitment Intervention has been legislated in MN. Why not? I'll tell you why Minnesota won't enact my Proposals in this area. It's because the State can portray sex offenders as "Them" and we, in the community as law abiding citizens are "Us".

Look at what Dean Janus wrote in 2004:

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/24465959/Janus%202004.pdf

The DA's are part of the "Us" segment of society. They are not the vilified, feared, lowly sex offenders, but are likely some of the people tasked with putting sex offenders behind bars. In other words, the DA's are everywhere in this society of ours, and another reason is that while its easy to get on board and hate all sex offenders, its hard to hate who we don't know, isn't it?

Often the public knows nothing about the numerous prior arrests for DA's with clear escalations of threats and increasing physical violence. That is not sexy enough (pardon the pun) for the media. No, we only hear about the DA's of Minnesota when yet another woman is murdered in this State. One domestic homicide is one too many. I'm way ahead of the curve on this issue...again.

The Domestic Abusers are often our respected community leaders and pillars of the Community. Is MN going to bring Petitions for CC against its police officers, lawyers, judges, teachers, and other mainstream members of society? No. Not even when the Risk to a vulnerable woman is so high that the women know they are going to be murdered yet the State does nothing to protect them in that terrifying situation.

I am Publicly renewing my calls to have as an Emergency Intervention Involuntary Civil Commitment for those men (or women in extremely rare cases) who have demonstrated a clear pattern of Domestic Violence, and I would generally limit it's use to Emergency Intervention in which the danger is excessive and violence highly likely without such emergency, and temporary State Intervention.

Use DA CC to intervene to LOCK UP temporarily and COUNSEL/TREAT men who are out of control, violent, and threatening whoever these cowards threaten. Many more lives would be saved with this use of DA CC vs SO CC. I am only aware of a few men at MSOP who have ever killed anyone. Those men are the exceptions, rather than the rule and the public must be safeguarded from them at all costs.

I am documenting the Witch Hunt which was the Pawlenty Administration's Response to the Dru Sjodin tragedy, which would have been easily prevented had Gov. Pawlenty and others in power in this State implemented this "sex offender"'s proposal early in 2003.

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/24465959/1.30.03%20GPS%20Letter0001.pdf

Now I will show you daily life in MSOP as an innocent Minnesota citizen caught up in the most terrifying and traumatizing situation humanly imaginable: The Nightmare of a State's most extreme abuse of its Police Power/Parens Patriae--Sentencing me to DEATH despite the fact that I had never committed a sex crime in my entire life. High Stakes and a Big Fight.


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