Closure has become a popular word-so much so it may even be overused at times-at least that was the way I had a tendency to look at it previously.
Sometimes though a person needs to step back and re-examine an opinion they may hold-I’ve done that with this word closure now and it’s true application.
Closure is basically a synonym for laying a thing a rest, having the ability to move on and find some measure of peace and justice-that’s what Annie’s family has been pursuing and have a right to.
Likewise I would say the family of Ray Robinson have the same need and right-as do the families of those who lay in unmarked graves at WK2. A minimum of seven as stated by Crow Dog.
It’s only natural to assume that if Crow Dog can ascribe a number it must be due to some personal knowledge-it’s only natural to assume as well that in describing himself as a medicine man of spiritual character he would understand and appreciate this need for closure.
Seems natural to me that AIM in attempting to portray itself as a spiritual movement would understand and respect this need of closure also-to do all within their power to facilitate such a thing.
Apparently there exists a better chance of hell freezing over before this would occur-but somebody will have an epiphany, a “spiritual” awakening when the man comes around-and it’s a given he will.
Then whoever does will experience the labels and name calling they directed at others-but they will deserve it, because in their awakening it will be about survival and not a desire for the truth, or a willingness to do the right thing.
The fifth, I can’t remember, it was the feds, none of that will work, because somebody will elect to save themselves and forget about oaths of silence, brotherhoods, and all the rest of that nonsense. Too old to spend the rest of the time they have left in jail and not young enough to start over-not an enviable position to be in as Graham can attest to, and as
Anyone who has any knowledge but has been afraid to step forward shouldn’t be at this point in time-too much access, too much notoriety, too much attention-all that’s really left are paper tigers.