Clarke Kent Perspective and Insight on Shellie via Letter to Daddy

Written by Clarke Kent

Justice was reviewing old records of Shellie and came across a letter sent from her while she was detained in the Tidewater Detention Home (TDH). It was sent to him by mail on March 18, 2003 when she was 16 years old and detained there just prior to transfer to the Pines Residential Treatment Center in late April of 2003. Shellie had behavior problems and according to documents the following was stated by Shellie “She (Shellie) reported that this was her third admission to TDH in the last 6 months. She related her current charge included driving her parents’ car without permission, driving without a license, resisting arrest, assault on a police officer, and unauthorized use of her parent’s credit card. She stated that he friend had called and told her to take the car and pick them up and she did. She said that she now realized that they were not real friends. She reported that she’s had time to think since she’s been on the new medicine, that she was more receptive to counseling and that she now feels more in control. She expressed a wish that she would be sent back home.”

When I read the attached letter my thoughts included myself as a father and that the Carsons dearly loved their daughter. I thought it was poignant her concern for her pet cats and her request for them to “give her a little treat now and then and let her sleep on your bed. She’s a queen. She deserves it! I love you and mommy.” This the Carson’s precious little girl and her murder was tragic. No one deserves what happened to her. See attachment.



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3 Responses to Clarke Kent Perspective and Insight on Shellie via Letter to Daddy

  1. Juliet says:

    This is so sad. Poor shellie. Just from reading this simple letter to her dad, I can tell that she loved her cat very much. And was a loving mama to her feline baby.
    My heart just breaks for the Carson family. Cat included. No One should ever have to suffer such a loss. I pray every single night that the monster that took her life is punished for what he/they did to her.
    Smh, just heartwrenching.

  2. Evidence says:

    Sad indeed. A really lost child. Later only to meet up with a monster that would take her life in the most heinous act imaginable. Someone that smugly claims to have loved her. Self centered sociopath.
    This monster should go to the top of the legal system for the death Penalty in Virginia. He certainly deserves the ultimate punishment that the courts can administer.

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