Wednesday, November 3, 2010
OUT OF THE WOODWORK: BRAVERY OF WORDS
Now that DJ has burned one too many people, we are beginning to hear from people who have been close enough to understand what really went on with drill team members and leaders. Thanks to a former principal, there is a letter in The Victoria Advocate that is very clear about her experiences with DJ on her campus. I appreciate her letter and her part in the reassignment, but it did leave me a bit confused. The principal has been gone for awhile and yet the reassignment just happened. How did what DJ do years ago have any bearing on the reassignment now? If the accumulation was so heinous, why wasn't it dealt with years ago? How many charges were there and how come a release of contract wasn't the result? I have no idea of what part this principal played in the reassignment, although she claimed to have aided in this procedure. Must have been an awful lot of stuff going on throughout the years that nobody was brave enough to deal with. Those poor brainwashed girls and families who are still backing DJ. It's almost like they need to go to one of those anti-cult centers to have their brains rewired. DJ's motto is DDDR; does that stands for Damage Darlings Daily Repeatedly? Her LEGACY is the damaged girls she left behind.