Friday, November 7, 2008

Support for Kari - Here and Abroad!

How awesome to open my email this morning and see this email and photo....from France!

She saw the 48 Hours episode about Kari's murder and was so disturbed that she couldn't even sleep that night. She was convinced that Kari didn't take her own life and wanted to do help and/or show her support. So she now proudly has her Justice for Kari bumper sticker as she drives around France.

I don't think I've shared this on the blog before but you might find it as fascinating as I do. This blog has many visitors from overseas. At a quick lookback, I can see: Columbia, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Norway, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Austria, Japan........and that's just for starters. And these are not bots or spiders or accidental visits. They are visitors using "pertinent search words" for this case. People from ALL OVER Waco, Kerrville, the State of Texas, across the U.S and the world are tuned in to wait, pray and at the perfect time watch justice unfold in McLennan County.

And on behalf of all those who love Kari and her girls, I'd like to say "Thank You" and "God bless you" for all your prayers and support.


Anonymous said...

How amazing is this! There are really no words to explain! She was an amazing person and she has touched so many lives!

JFK supporter said...

Viva La France!

JFK supporter

Anonymous said...

Don't be fooled by the stories you hear coming from Kerrville. There are a few who scream that Baker is a man of God and couldn't commit this crime. Most of us doubt his innocence. Most of us walk the other way when he comes around. We feel for the daughters. And we don't want to rock the boat because of them. My daughter is in school with one of the girls. it is pretty clear that those little girls have suffered. My heart goes out to them. I hope the truth does come out and that justice will be served. We are good people. Don't judge us by this man.
Anon from Kerrville

Renee said...

We are all praying for Kari's girls. They are the most tragic victims. How could that horrible man rip their mother from those precious girls' lives! There must be justice. I pray for these two innocent lives and I pray that the Dulins can one day get them the help they need to heal.
Please don't give up, Mr. and Mrs. Dulin. In God's time you will see justice. In God's time your granddaughters will be allowed to remember their mother and be rescued from evil.
I pray for you all.