Thursday, June 3, 2010
Jazz Review by Tim Madison -- the first person to contact me and explain the significance of the 1st YouTube and Tim urged me to continue filming. I have to thank him because I had endured one of the scariest and most disturbing experiences of my life other than Sept. 11 and did not think I had the energy to do so.
Giuseppi still needs your support. His youngest son and only son from his 2nd marriage is living on the West Coast and will be back to continue his work on finding his father and that was because of my YouTubes as well as losing his son to a random act of gun violence. Several shots to the back of the head would end Giuseppi Logan's grandson's life and Jaee, named after his Dad was an honor student and a football high school star.
Also please note, I don't have any information on a homeless woman that has lived most of her adult life -- the last 30 years most in and around Tompkins Square Park here in the East Village in New York City. She wrestles with many of the problems that celebrities do as reported on TMZ but she is poverty level and I wish I could protect her from the creeps that would exploit her including a hateful blogger that follows her and has followed me as well without my knowledge photographed me and plastered our photos -- her topless and she was drunk out of her mind; mine an attack semitic gay bashing.
She has serious issues and needs help. When I think of her, I always think of Ozzie Osborune, although she is African American and blind in one eye because drunk she can be as bad as Ozzie and sober as sweet but she has no advocate. She has no public relations person and this sicko stalker trashes her and of course me for defending her and pointing out he doesn't want anyone photographing him with or without his shirt and he has the luxury of a door to close and she has none. That is me understating vile hateful circumstances.
The NYPD has tried to help her even arranging housing for her and she has refused it.
I don't know how you can help someone like her and truly sober she is a good soul. She has told me she knows she needs rehab.
If anyone reading this can say a pray for her...she needs them.
Posted by Suzannah B. Troy artist at 8:25 PM