Saturday, September 11, 2010

Another September 11th.

September 11

My prayers to the victims, their families and friends, and everyone else who was, and still is affected by the events of 9 years ago today.

On a personal note: I closely associate September 11, 2001 as a trigger event associated with "unravelling" due to the after effects of what ayres did to me. I hate this day on so many levels. And I'm entirely pissed off that this is the THIRD time I'm posting this September 11th message. I had hoped to be finished tracking this ayres crap by now, and locked the blog. I hope everyone involved in causing and defending BOTH situations burns in the fires of hell for a long, long time.


  1. Greetings from Washington, DC. Thanks for your post.

    Many people don't know that it was the September 11 terror attacks themselves that retraumatized an Ayres victim in New York City. Shortly after the terror attacks, the memories of the abuse, which he had never been able to suppress entirely, started flooding back up in full force. He started to talk to people about what Ayres had done to him. And that's how this current criminal case into dr. william ayres began.

  2. To think that an event that horrific opened up another event that had been experienced decades before. That to have your being raped this way is as devastating as a plane flying into a building and causing it to collapse.

    This is how deeply one is wounded by abuse such as this. And to live for years with this hidden away in the psyche, like carrying around shrapnel unperceived.

    I only hope that the victims of Ayres who have begun to deal with these wounds can find some closure through the public outrage at this man, and I admire the courage of those who have stepped forward to prevent such abuse in the future, even though reading what continues to go on it seems a difficult task.

    I think Ayres really needs to be incarcerated so he can sit and ponder his crimes against the innocent, and also think it is deplorable that the San Mateo justice system moves in such a way.

    Granted the man is mentally ill, and has been for over 60 years, but that hasn't prevented him from leading a remarkably productive and profitable life leaving many victims along the way.

    Thank you Victoria Balfour for caring and thank you Deep Sounding for your efforts in this sad, sad, story.