How great is it to be able to speak to people without dressing up and driving or flying all over to speaking engagements television talk shows.and conferences? Along with this opportunity is the obligation to keep sending the message of truth that I spent 12 years taking to the public That is the message that domestic violence is a little spoken of and very much vested issue in the general public topic. It has been said that what the American public doesn't know is what makes up the American public. My book, Who Killed Lana B? is the byproduct of 20 years of overview and interaction with the criminal, victim and the legal system, lobbying for victims and those charged with the aftermath.. It attempts to put domestic violence into the realm of everyone as getting one step up in their understanding of social issues. In future blogs I will feature excerpts from the book, that will be , as one reader observed, real eye openers. I sincerely hope that people will allow themselves to partake of what I offered to the public free. It's the gift of Lisa's and my pain and the knowledge received. The difference is that having finished my political work, I no longer am politically correct. People would come up to me in the street and say "Please don't ever stop doing what you do. Politicians only tell us what they want us to know. We believe you." This is a not for women only read. Happy learning!.
2/5/2010 11:27:14 pm
I'm very pleased to receive so many visitors to my Web page, www.milliebianco.com. It is my attempt at educating the public on domestic violence with the realities of the issue coupled with my experiences as an advocate following my daughter's murder. It will be be controversial, because unlike my lobbying days, it is not politically correct. But I found that people want the truth. It's for Lisa and her sisters in pain.
2/22/2010 09:40:11 am
Damian and I ordered the book on the 19th I am very much looking forward to reading it.
9/6/2011 09:57:14 pm
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