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VICTIMLY INSANE: The Frank Jarvis Atwood Interview By George Kayer Chapter One Prelude to Insanity In this book-length interview, an innocent Frank Atwood reveal from Death Row the information the public,the jurors had never head, and the story the lynch mob media doesn’t want you to read: How this sweet, rosy- cheeked, silver spoon teen, who went by “Frankie J,” arrived at perversity, at the crossroads of victim and victimizer. The precise manner in which he intrepidly and painfully clawed his way out a victim’s dungeon and victimizer’s lachrymose guilt. 1. Frankie J was a normal, silver spoon kid, raised during the 1960’s in what many have described as like the TV shows Leave it Beaver and Father Knows Best idyllic lifestyle. One summer day in 1970 at age 14 Frankie J and his 11- year friend were kidnapped. In the ensuing hours, the kids witnessed a molester in his twenties forcing young, naive Frankie J to be fellated, a tragedy compounded by Frankie J having to confront his attacker in court several weeks later. 1 The pubescent Frankie J had commonly characterized as emotionally sensitive, a vulnerability having endured significant distortion from his sexual traumas, resulting in his psychologist, Dr. Brandt, recommending attendance at the Melrose School in the autumn of 1970. This is an educational school designed for silver spoon children with emotional difficulties. During our three months of interview, today’s Frank Atwood depicted in the detail the warpage in thinking patterns sustained, the onset of a deviant attitude having plagued the once innocent, but now defiled child. This permanent damage to Frankie J (and to all childhood sexual assault victims) was undoubtedly consequential. Predictably, the demon of escapism took residency in Frankie J’s heart. Diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, 2 Frankie J retreated in to extreme substance abuse, resulting in a trip to juvenile detention a few weeks after his 16th birthday. Still gullible, the handsome, rosy-checked kid accepted an invitation [by other inmates] to meet in a secluded location, purportedly to discuss ways out of lock up. Of course, the plan was to get Frankie J alone. They beat him, making him perform fellatio on each of them. Later that day Frankie J was released. As he sat in his father’s car, still soaked in the remnants of disgrace, further psychological damage was done.

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1 In October of 203 a hearing was held in the United States District Court in Arizona for the presentation of evidence in support of Mr. Atwood’s PTSD. References and attachments herein are from transcripts of this hearing. 2 See four page diagnosis in chapter three.
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VICTIMLY INSANE: The Frank Jarvis Atwood Interview By George Kayer Chapter One Prelude to Insanity In this book-length interview, an innocent Frank Atwood reveal from Death Row the information the public,the jurors had never head, and the story the lynch mob media doesn’t want you to read: How this sweet, rosy-cheeked, silver spoon teen, who went by “Frankie J,” arrived at perversity, at the crossroads of victim and victimizer. The precise manner in which he intrepidly and painfully clawed his way out a victim’s dungeon and victimizer’s lachrymose guilt. 1. Frankie J was a normal, silver spoon kid, raised during the 1960’s in what many have described as like the TV shows Leave it Beaver and Father Knows Best idyllic lifestyle. One summer day in 1970 at age 14 Frankie J and his 11- year friend were kidnapped. In the ensuing hours, the kids witnessed a molester in his twenties forcing young, naive Frankie J to be fellated, a tragedy compounded by Frankie J having to confront his attacker in court several weeks later. 1 The pubescent Frankie J had commonly characterized as emotionally sensitive, a vulnerability having endured significant distortion from his sexual traumas, resulting in his psychologist, Dr. Brandt, recommending attendance at the Melrose School in the autumn of 1970. This is an educational school designed for silver spoon children with emotional difficulties. During our three months of interview, today’s Frank Atwood depicted in the detail the warpage in thinking patterns sustained, the onset of a deviant attitude having plagued the once innocent, but now defiled child. This permanent damage to Frankie J (and to all childhood sexual assault victims) was undoubtedly consequential. Predictably, the demon of escapism took residency in Frankie J’s heart. Diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, 2 Frankie J retreated in to extreme substance abuse, resulting in a trip to juvenile detention a few weeks after his 16th birthday. Still gullible, the handsome, rosy-checked kid accepted an invitation [by other inmates] to meet in a secluded location, purportedly to discuss ways out of lock up. Of course, the plan was to get Frankie J alone. They beat him, making him perform fellatio on each of them. Later that day Frankie J was released. As he sat in his father’s car, still soaked in the remnants of disgrace, further psychological damage was done.

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1 In October of 203 a hearing was held in the United States District Court in Arizona for the presentation of evidence in support of Mr. Atwood’s PTSD. References and attachments herein are from transcripts of this hearing. 2 See four page diagnosis in chapter three.
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A hard copy of the magazine can be mailed directly to the prison. Please make sure that all information on the prisoner is correct. Or we can mail it you so that you can mail or take it directly to your loved one on your next visit. Please keep in mind that an inmates only source of entertainment is reading. The magazine pays for it self due to the amount of useful content for prisoners. This magazine makes a great gift for that special someone.
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prison living magazine digital copy

Do you know someone one who is incarcerated? Download a copy of this source which will help an inmate find out how to obtain free magazines, free books, free religious news letters, free catalogs, free bible courses, free cell phone upon release, housing assistance after release, legal resources & information on the innocence project, medical health care, subscriptions to cell cooking magazines & other articles on what goes on in other prisons and with other prisoners.

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Thank you for “Free Stuff for You” I received the news letter today and it is really amazing. Thank you for all that you do. I will be purchasing the next issue. Besides writing to tell y’all thank you, I’m also writing to request a list of pro-bono attorney’s. I have included a S.A.S.E. Criminal Law Texas, Fed. Civil Rights / Constitution - Alabama, Criminal Law - Alabama.
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Thank you for “Free Stuff for You” It is the best thing I bought since I was arrested. Enclosed is a small check from some of us as a thank you for a great product. After spending almost all of my money on a family practice lawyer, for visitation from my daughter Sarah, the lawyer failed to verify the venue and I lost $7,000 and the case was dismissed. Would you be able to send me the name and address of a family practice attorney in the Philadelphia, PA. area?
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