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Dear Family,
this is a case that require immediate attention. This couple who are Members of this community, got had by the injustice system in Georgia where a judge is asking them to pay $6,000.00 in an auto scam deal where theydon't have the car but must come up with the money by April 27th or go to prison. We have examined the case and it looks like a case where the judge is bent on prosecuting even over the wishes of the DA who says this case should be thrown out of court. If you have any connections either financial or with anyone in a high place with the state of Georgia, They need your help immediately.

Below is a letter that the husband wrote to see if he can get some funds expedited to him so he can pay this unlawful debt. You can contact Hassan ( 678 927-9110) and he will put you in touch with this couple only if you think there is something that you can do to help them.

Name: Jamar Gadson
To Whom It May Concern:
I am writing this letter to explain my unfortunate set of circumstances that will cause us to become delinquent in our bills. My wife Kimberly Gadson has an outstanding bill that has jeopardized her freedom. My wife was a victim in this situation she was scammed by a car dealership in Conyers Ga. And she has to pay the price of those county laws or go to prison, she has no prior convictions, my wife has the only income in the family at this time, I am a Iraqi veteran. Without her income we will be homeless also she is the only one that takes care of me and our 7month old twins and our teen age daughter. We have done everything in our power to make ends meet but unfortunately we have fallen short and would like you to consider working to expedite my benefits .Our number one goal is to keep our home and family together. We would really appreciate the opportunity to put this matter behind us and move on with our lives.
My wife Kimberly “Destiny” Gadson has been a positive role model in our community for over 25 years working closely with the homeless and less fortunate. Her gift of giving has no end. She has worked with children in the public schools and churches sharing her experiences of her life and promoting her music and teaching there is no end to DREAMS. Kimberly has hosted a legion of artists under her Record Label. Kimberly is currently working on her first film. It would be a great lost with her being away on such an act of nonsense.
(The approximate date of hardship and we believe that our situation is Temporary or will be Permanent.)
We feel that a loan modification would benefit us both. We would appreciate if you can work with us to eliminate this delinquent amount owed and or payment so we can keep our home and family together.
We truly hope that you will consider working with us and we are anxious to get this settled so we all can move on.
Sincerely and Respectfully,
Jamar Gadson

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Comment by Ngonea on July 18, 2011 at 9:59pm
Greetings, just stopped by to read some of your blogs and discovered this letter, what ever happened, did they get help they needed?  hopefully they got the case thrown out.

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