Published by: Olivia
A recurring theme in conversations with the girls is revenge. Many have experienced the loss of their loved ones, partners and friends, and have expressed their desire to let out all of the pain, suffering, and anger that they feel when confronted with violent death. This young girl writes about her reaction to the turture and murder of her beloved aunt.
What else could I do?
Young girl, 17 years old
It feels awful knowing you can’t do anything.
Seeing my grandmother cry for her daughter
Seeing my mother, my cousins, when we buried her
I did her makeup for the wake
her blood was the same as my blood
That they sent him with a meal-ticket to prison while my aunt was 9 feet under the ground? That wasn’t good enough for me.
I couldn’t resist the urge take revenge
I knew who had done it, so i did the same to him
It made me feel good. Afterwards I felt more peace
I got it all out. Neither him nor her alive.
At least he wouldn’t be laughing for having made a good kill