Saturday, March 14, 2009

The Jason You Know

I wrote an earlier entry on this email exchange that took place between Jason and Michelle Young on July 12, 2006, a mere three and a half months prior to her murder, but I don't think I spoke strongly enough regarding its tone and content. I don't know if I am able to adequately describe how disturbing I find it, but I feel the need to address it again.
Michelle Young - “I know you are mad and I am really sorry. I know you have been doing a lot around the house and with Cass and I really appreciate it. I have just been really busy at work and I thought this is a slack time for you with your job so you could handle it.
Please give me a call — I want to know who is picking up Cass today.”

Jason Young - ” I don’t care who gets her.”

Jason Young - “I just got home and the goddamn power is out, I called progress and a crew is already out. Cass pissed herself all over the floor, it’s hot as hell inside and I can’t entertain her enough w/o tv to finish the godamn yard. I am taking beer and her to pool. I am in a mood that makes our trip to myrtle seem mild, pray the beer kicks in. I could kill u for not letting me finish the yard this morning.”

To those of you who consider yourselves to be Jason's friends, I have to say this. He is not your friend, and he does not consider you to be his friend. You are camouflage. He wears a carefully crafted fa├žade and surrounds himself with you good and decent people in hopes that he will be seen as one of you. He is a wolf in sheep's clothing. Stop ignoring the hairy paws that jut from beneath the fleece and the snarling maw through which he speaks. Would the Jason you know talk to his wife the way Jason did in the above email? Would the Jason you know refer to his daughter so crudely and callously? Michelle's words are conciliatory and pleading. Jason's are hostile, venomous, and threatening. Don't let this man continue to manipulate and use you for his own purposes. It is not courageous or noble to stand by him in his transgressions. It takes courage and integrity to stand up for what's right, especially when the transgressor is family or friend.

Gojo has said many times that Jason is not capable of murdering Michelle. I believe his words regarding murder were that a person would have to think it before he could do it. And that Jason is not capable of thinking it. What say you now, gojo? What say any of you who thought Jason incapable of murdering his pregnant wife?

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Edited to renew this plea:

If anyone out there has any knowledge or information as to what occurred on the trip to Myrtle, I would very much like to hear from you. Please, post a comment or send me an email using the Contact Form on this blog. Posting a comment at the discussion forum is another option you would be welcome to use. Thank you for any help you can provide.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I don't know you or claim to know Jason Young but you seem to know him fairly well judging from your decision that his friends were not truly his friends. You weren't there and cannot claim to know any of these situations so please do us all a favor and get off your judgemental horse. You are taking information that is carefully leaked by the police and turning it into whatever you would like to be. This is exactly the same type of thing that occured in the Duke Lacrosse case. Blogs and media maligned the team and guess what? They didn't even do it! The whole thing was a lie. Let the police do their jobs and stop pretending you know anything at all about this case other than what the media tells you.

Average Jane said...

It's funny that you would comment on what I know or don't know after admitting that you don't know me. How then can you claim to know where my information comes from? I have solid sources, and they aren't cops or reporters.

It looks to me like the police have done their jobs. The case is in the hands of the prosecutors now.

By the way, I never said that Jason's friends were not truly his friends. I said that he is no friend to them; therefore, their loyalty to him is wasted.