I want to start of by saying, I’m sorry for the things you had to go through that I didn’t. We love you. God loves you. God is with you. We are with you. God is above and justice will come. I will forever offer any support I can. Every human being has the right to an equal life. I pray every single day for every single one of you. ??
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