Reed family

United States

#285 Sep 24, 2011
To Debra from Mandeville

Do I understand that you are a victim of Jason Reed. Did this attack happen in Louisiana or Florida? Do you mind telling me when this happened?
High Test

United States

#287 Sep 24, 2011
Its a do as I say not as I do community in this area, but some folks just have nothing better to do with their time other than be destructive. Were we as a people to devote more of our time to being constructive our nation would not be in the moral turmoil, financial, and sorry ass shape its in. The community here has forgotten what it means to help your neighbor, what it means to do a hard days work and be satisfied with the impact we have. We have become fat, lazy and self centered. We cry and moan about foreign nationals getting all the jobs, go out there and work as hard as they do and take the jobs back! We cry about what Reed has done, yet our lawenforcers have yet to answer why previous charges were droped! Instead of bellyaching about it call Bay county and ask why similar charges were droped!
ya know what

Davenport, IA

#288 Sep 24, 2011
Reed family,

While I do believe that you are sincere in the giving of your regards to Jasons victims, I cant help but take notice of certain remarks you have made in your post which makes it seem evident that there was some level of family awareness of Jasons actions??
You say that you tried to get help for him but it was never mandated by court...Help for what I might ask?...
You also claim Jason to have an illness. I could be wrong, but I highly doubt that Jasons victims would believe that Jason has some type of illness or sickness as if it were something he's a victim of himself and innocently just could'nt control the urge to do.
No Jason is not Ill...Jason is evil.
And the only help or cure for him is not a doctor but a bullet to his heart.
Jason was not an "overall" good man. That's just the man that you percieved him to be. Goodmen dont commit these acts. It is sad that he could con his family so. Had he loved & respected his family, he would not have done this. Seems everyones a victim but he. Hopefully all involved will be able to heal in time. He is the only one to blame.
Debra

Mandeville, LA

#289 Sep 24, 2011
ya know what wrote:
Reed family,
While I do believe that you are sincere in the giving of your regards to Jasons victims, I cant help but take notice of certain remarks you have made in your post which makes it seem evident that there was some level of family awareness of Jasons actions??
You say that you tried to get help for him but it was never mandated by court...Help for what I might ask?...
You also claim Jason to have an illness. I could be wrong, but I highly doubt that Jasons victims would believe that Jason has some type of illness or sickness as if it were something he's a victim of himself and innocently just could'nt control the urge to do.
No Jason is not Ill...Jason is evil.
And the only help or cure for him is not a doctor but a bullet to his heart.
Jason was not an "overall" good man. That's just the man that you percieved him to be. Goodmen dont commit these acts. It is sad that he could con his family so. Had he loved & respected his family, he would not have done this. Seems everyones a victim but he. Hopefully all involved will be able to heal in time. He is the only one to blame.
Thank you for that! One of the biggest problems in our society is making excuses for bad behavior. You are right, he could have helped it, could have helped himself, but he chose not to. How could he look into the eyes of those beautiful children of his and then turn around and commit sexual felonies while they were asleep in their beds at home. You are right....GOOD MEN DON'T DO THAT!!!!
Reed family

United States

#290 Sep 24, 2011
The only thing that his family was aware of was the numerous arrests for these crimes which are public record. We were never aware of when he was doing this or the severity of the crimes. He was a pro at conviencing everyone that it would not happen again. I don't make excuses for him and I truly feel for his victims. I pray for his deliverance from his evil ways. But I also pray for the other victims, his parents, his siblings, his cousins, his neices and nephews, his friends, and above all his x-wife and children. Jesus teaches us to forgive those who have sinned against us. That's all I can do.

Since: Aug 11

Destin, FL

#291 Sep 24, 2011
Debra wrote:
<quoted text>
Thank you for that! One of the biggest problems in our society is making excuses for bad behavior. You are right, he could have helped it, could have helped himself, but he chose not to. How could he look into the eyes of those beautiful children of his and then turn around and commit sexual felonies while they were asleep in their beds at home. You are right....GOOD MEN DON'T DO THAT!!!!
Debra - Are there other incidents that you are aware of that happened in LA? I still don't understand how someone like him got away with what he did and if he had a record in LA why didn't someone with law enforcement check it out when they arrested him in FL the first time. The crimes commited here might not have occurred if it had been discovered. It still amazes me that he was allowed to do jobs that were funded with state and federal funds. Too bad other contractors were not awarded them. Seems like there was a lot of "looking the other way" when it came to him by all associated. He obviously wasn't a "good man" just a degenerate that was allowed to attack, demoralize and physically abuse innocent women.
Debra

Mandeville, LA

#292 Sep 25, 2011
The incident when he attacked me was NOT in LA, it was in Florida. I went there on vacation, but was there less than 6 hours when he broke into my room and assaulted me. He had been watching me he said and waited till I went to sleep then he came in the cottage.
Why

United States

#293 Sep 28, 2011
its a sad thing hes done to the women of this area, whats even worse there are rumors hes taking a plea!
idiot

United States

#294 Sep 28, 2011
boss wrote:
<quoted text>
Your arguments are great. I completely agree. These people are obviously going to stick up for him till death, these people may just be the ones who were hiding everything in the first place. Why so blind these people to not see its simple as this man doing discusting things with pages of proof, committing crime after crime as good of a friend and as close as he may be to anyone of you other people reading this he is a criminal so stop sticking up for him. I think some of these people just need to maybe re read the article that was in the bay county newspaper issued on the twenty fifth. And I wouldn't dought either that she is standing by his side. I just want to know the sex of his children? And how his wife sleeps at night if that's true.
next time u have a thought boy u need to go set in a corner and shoot ur self in the head
idiot

Argyle, FL

#295 Sep 28, 2011
idiot wrote:
<quoted text>next time u have a thought boy u need to go set in a corner and shoot ur self in the head
that was out of line it was an idiotic thing for me to say forgive me...thoes people had nothing to do with that i got fired up im sorry
sad

Birmingham, AL

#296 Sep 30, 2011
Whitney wrote:
To think the actions of one man has done all this? Makes me sick.NO ONE but him should be held accountable for these terrible crimes. Taking stabs at other people does no good. Whenever anything horrible happens people always look to those persons surrounding that individual or group and ask "why didn't you do something?" Simple answer sometimes there are no warning signs, sometimes there are no easy exits to get away from that person, and at the end of the day it's an escapable fact that human beings with all their potential for good can be capable of atrocities. Jason Reed has damanged many an innocent person and changed the lives of everyone around him. HE is responsible for his actions, no one could have dreamed he would do the things he did, simply because no one wants to think people they know have the capacity for such evil. What he's done there's no atonement for. Placing blame at the feet of other's is a path that yeilds the way to no answers, as I am sure some of these people are asking themselves if they could have prevented any of this. Jason is seriously demented but he alone made the choices that led to the harm of others. He alone will be and should be persecuted for his crimes.
I just wanted comment on this situation. In the above quote it says that what Jason has done there is no atonement for. That could not be further from the truth. Jesus Christ shed His blood and IS the ultimate atonement for all sins! That atonement and forgiveness is available for all people who choose to accept it!
Time and again

United States

#297 Sep 30, 2011
There is atonement in his Gods eyes, I believe Whitney was refering to mans eyes. We are all capable of forgiveness if we choose to be, but be real not many are truly forgiving! His crimes are no elses responsibility but his own. I'm sure when your husband-wife leaves the house you have no idea what they are truly doing, you as I am sure are like most of us trusting that they are doing what they say. Its not their fault that they trusted the wrong person. Nor is it his friends fault as you never really know your friends heart, again trust comes in the picture. We all want to believe in the integrity of our friends and family. Sometimes we make mistakes in whom we place trust. So leave the blame where it needs to be on him. Also let his repentence be his own, only one can grant forgiveness and in short its not any of us posting here.
ya know what

Davenport, IA

#298 Sep 30, 2011
sad wrote:
<quoted text>
I just wanted comment on this situation. In the above quote it says that what Jason has done there is no atonement for. That could not be further from the truth. Jesus Christ shed His blood and IS the ultimate atonement for all sins! That atonement and forgiveness is available for all people who choose to accept it!
It seems to me as though you have some type of confusion between Gods "Judgement Day" in the "Afterlife, and "Judgement Day' in a "Court of Law".
The State of Florida does not rely on God as the Judge nor the Jury.
Neither does the Defense.
If forgiveness was always "on the house", we would then all become victims of such violence..including you.
So until the day in which God settles the score ultimately...Reed needs to be made to walk that gauntlet formed by his victims and be made to suffer the consequences of his evil actions.
Time and again

United States

#299 Sep 30, 2011
Don't think they were confused at all they were just stating Gods law which in my opinion overrides mans laws. There are no scales of justice in Gods law all sin weighs the same. That said I as I'm sure everyone feels he's where he needs to be. The posters point was forgivness for the ones whome need it as provided by our Lord Jesus Christ. He (Reed) will be punished or rephrase that to atone for his sins twice, here on earth and on Judgement day. So his punishment is to be pretty severe !
Whitney

Ozark, AL

#300 Sep 30, 2011
sad wrote:
<quoted text>
I just wanted comment on this situation. In the above quote it says that what Jason has done there is no atonement for. That could not be further from the truth. Jesus Christ shed His blood and IS the ultimate atonement for all sins! That atonement and forgiveness is available for all people who choose to accept it!
First of all I meant attonement to his victims and thier famlies not in a religious sense as you are taking it. If you're going to comment on what was said then realize there was no reference to Jesus or him having any inability to save whoever he pleases, being as he is the son of god I rest assured he has no limits.
ya know what

Davenport, IA

#301 Sep 30, 2011
I agree 100% that Gods law overrides mans law...That's not to be argued.

While I'm sure that Reed is very sorry that he's been caught and sorry that he has lost his own freedom, The last thing I would do is assume that he's remorseful of heart towards his victims and deserving of any forgiveness.
Debra

Mandeville, LA

#302 Oct 7, 2011
Arraignment is scheduled for October 18. I spoke with the Florida State Attorney's Office today. His victims are aware of the date for this proceeding.
inquisitive

United States

#303 Oct 11, 2011
Is he taking a plea as one of the other posters stated?
nosey

United States

#304 Oct 12, 2011
whats the disposition of his case now?
Chris

United States

#305 Oct 12, 2011
Doubt he will take a plea

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