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Never giving up....I love you tooooooooo much to just sit there! They thought you didn't have anybody, but you have ME & I have GOD & your spirit. You can do more in spirit than what you could of done in flesh. We gonna get this JUSTICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! JUSTICE FOR ELAINE GAMEZ! I love you ma! xx
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The pain is still deep, at times I still can't sleep, have dreams of ur death, so I still heavily weep. I love u ma. Justice For Elaine til my last breath!
2day 5/2 is officially 14 years for our loss. For her, for me, for us could u please light a candle & say Justice For Elaine Gamez. It is greatly appreciated & needed. If u can't light a candle, then just say Justice For Elaine Gamez. More prayer, more power! Even if you take 10 seconds, close your eyes, and think of Justice for Elaine Gamez. Thank u! xoxox
Your life ended on 05/02/98. Worse day of my life & nothing can ever top it. People see me as a grown woman, an adult, but they fail to realize that I was only 18, when you were murdered & ripped out of my life. I really had no other dreams, but to graduate from high school, finally live with you & the twins, & for us to move away from all the drama in our family & what came along with living in East Chicago, IN. They also fail to realize living with you was a dream of mine. I remember you sitting on the bed & being at my eye level as I stood up on the bed & we counted on my fingers how many years it would be before I could live with you, since your parents adopted me & would raise me. Our family fails to remember my cries of suicide. You were the one thing I told myself I would live for. You became my reason for living. I always thought you were safe. For the most part you had the twins with you everywhere you went, had a heart of gold, you had daily visits to grandma's house, you weren't involved in gangs, drugs, you know that street life that could bring death or jail.......my life is a daily struggle & I still cry for you!
The power of a dollar is strong. Please contribute ANY amount, so that we can pay for any services (billboard, reward $, possible private investigator, exhuming the body for re-examination, etc.) that will help us bring my mother Elaine Gamez justice.
IF you know a fire investigator or private investigator or a homicide detective that will assist us, please let us know. We need to know facts about how this case was not properly handled. Help us take this to the next level!
Michael Jackson is from Gary, Indiana. Transformers 3 was filmed in Gary, Indiana. Well my mother was murdered there! Elaine Gamez deserves justice & a proper investigation. Her murder is still unsolved, but you can help change that. Spread her story, pray, & donate. Donations are needed for a billboard & reward $ to encourage anybody with any information that will lead to an arrest, to step forward.
The last time I hit the street with the JusticeForElaine street team was on 01/01/12. We are not even close to our goal. We are not even half way to our goal. There is 5 of us total & two of those five are children, ages 6 & 10. Collecting donations out on the street can be hard. Standing on your feet for over an hour, holding your sign up high enough, so cars can read them, does hurt your arms. lol! People turn up their radios or cover their ears when we shout "Justice For Elaine". A car drove up to the 10 year old & acted like they were going to give a donation, but gave a "Fuck you" instead. Anyways... today, we decide to go hit the street up again. We stand in the same spot. The people are familiar with us, the kids are comfortable in the same spot, so they are more relaxed & motivated. We are a familiar face. We have people who come back to us or wait for us to return because they didn't have $ at the time, but wanted to give or the light turned green when they were going to hand us a donation, so they catch us next time. A local newspaper even took pictures of us & I had an interview with them. For all these reasons, we go back to the same spot. Well today there was these 2 men with funeral signs asking for donations. We seen them before, weeks ago. I spoke to them & asked them who passed away. The older man said his grandfather. I told him sorry for his loss & that we would give them half our donations that we made that day. The older man also told me that they moved around & what locations to go to because of the amount of $ you can get. I told him that we just stay at the same spot & I gave him a few reasons as to why. They ended up leaving a short period later. Now today, we see them again. I feel like no big deal. It's a public street & we can share the street right? JusticeForElaine street team usually spreads out to cover the whole block, but since those two men were walking up & down the street, we decide to stay in one spot. We both are at losses, so no need to fight. JusticeForElaine street team wear all the same purple Justice For Elaine t-shirt, but we seen the confusion on people's face when the men went up to the cars to get the donation, so after the 3rd time that happened, I decided to approach the man closer to me. He happened to be the younger one. I asked if he had asked the car who was the donation for, us or them. He told me no he didn't ask, so I went up to the car & asked. The car told me it was for us, our sign. So I told the young man what the car had said & the donation should be handed over to us instead. The young man laughed at me & wasn't so willing to give over the donation. Now we get in an unpleasant conversation. As this is going on, the older man walks up to me from behind & for a moment things don't get better . I then just say why are we arguing or fighting for donations. We are both at a loss & this is a public street. Why is it so hard to give the donation to the right person? If I go up to a car & it's for them, I will give it to them...it's the right thing to do. I don't want to take what is not for my mother & her cause. KARMA! Then the older man agrees, but it seemed like that was still not happening. He then comes up to us again saying we should both go up to the car & the car will probably donate to both of us. Um I am not trying to intimidate anyone. I am not trying to say he or I was right or wrong, I'm just saying what happened to honesty, respect, & sharing? Are times really that difficult? I could have left, but after 13 years, my mother, Elaine Gamez, deserves justice & for somebody to be her voice. Also, after all this, I can mark today as JusticeForElaine street team receiving our 1st $50 donation! :)