Liberty & Justice For All
This journal of Callie’s life is a continuation of the book, Angie Lou’s Avenues to Circle U. Callie, as the unbeknownst, continues to live the ongoing saga first described in this book. While all the acts of accusations, abuses and misuse were portrayed and preyed on her and still are, she would like the world to know and understand the plight inflicted upon her.
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