So finally….. 11 weeks after our last court date where I got the IMMENSE satisfaction of hearing him admit repeatedly that he stole my money, that he pretended to be a british national, where he lied about his entire existence in order to defraud me. The sweetest and truest things that evil piece of shit has ever said that I heard. It was music to my ears and tears streamed down my mom’s eyes because she knew what he put me through and she had a more visceral reaction to it. I felt vindicated at long last. I digress. So after 11 weeks we are finally on the horizon of that sentencing date where he will go back to jail THAT DAY, but not until after he has heard from my victim’s impact statement which I prepared a month ago. I have asked past victims to attend or send in their own impact statements as well to be read – basically our version of reading him the riot act. They will be some of the last words he hears before he gets whisked off to a van and shipped off to CRAF for prisoner separation and decided which state facility he will end up in which I hope is the most vile possible. To the local people, it’s at the Burlington County courthouse on Rancocas Road, 6th floor, Judge Haines. Victims, families of victims, media – anyone!
Speaking of media, I received a call from the Dr. Phil show out in California. They are on hiatus right now for filming and will pick it up in about 4 weeks but they “had to have me”. I’m thinking about it. They said I could bring the kids. They are excited at the idea! So what is your feedback, should I do it and continue to expose William Jordan and champion my sex by deception law or just let it go and hope that Dateline was enough. My family is very supportive of what I do and the choices I make. I have told them that I need to think about it and am trying to find out what kind of format they would want to do because I wouldn’t want to get crucified.
Lastly, I know some of my international fans were not able to see the show right from nbc.com/dateline, so I found a YouTube link for it below:
Until Next Time