Doug Wilson’s blame-shifting, in print, attached to the blog post below.
Plus, Natalie Rose Greenfield, survivor of the abusive person Wilson tried to defend:
“But at some point every day for the last week I’ve been struck by the nagging reminder that this is no longer about me…. Doug painted a picture in which the blame is dangerously shifted to my parents and away from a criminal. Ultimately, he was rather successful at his part in this, as Jamin’s charge and sentence were greatly reduced and he went on to criminally abuse more innocent victims after a very brief stint in jail.”
Natalie Rose Greenfield, image by author.
For background information about Doug Wilson, Jamin C. Wight, and Natalie Rose Greenfield, see The Jamin C. Wight Story: The Other Child Molester in Doug Wilson’s Closet.
Content warning: detailed description of child sexual abuse.
I’ve debated whether or not to share the following letter publicly. It was given to me last week and out of respect for certain members of my family that don’t wish to have any further publicity over all of this, I’ve kept it to myself and a few close friends. But at some point every day for the last week I’ve been struck by the nagging reminder that this is no longer about me. It’s not about my family or the painful…
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