“Your world is a very dangerous place,” I said to a civil rights activist in Mississippi on a warm and rainy night in the summer of 1964. And today many in the state of Mississippi may feel the same. The kidnapping and murder of Jo Ann Bain and her daughter Adrienne has gotten the national and global attention that it deserves but for the wrong reasons. If you Google the name of the suspect or his wife or his mother story after story appears. The manhunt for Adam Mayes is quite popular with so many federal and state agencies working around the clock to bring this monster to Justice.

Briefly, I would like to note that I have said Kel’hesh’ar for the two girls, Alexandra and Kyliyah, out there somewhere yet unfound. They and their mother and older sister are victims in this tragedy despite the focus of the coverage by us and many others in the media being on Adam Mayes. I bessech all of you on Terra within the hearing and reading of my words to keep up hope that these two are returned to those who love them free of harm. rest assured that the Justice of Hell will move swiftly to deal with those who have done this when their time comes.

Qu’ul cuda praedex nihil!

Cavalor Epþiþ, Esquire, O.B.R.E., O.D.A.J.[1er], O.Q.H.[Journ.], D.S.V.J., J.F.
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