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“The Invisible War”: Because It’s Time to Talk About the Sexual Predators in the Military

Please show your support for the opening of the gripping documentary “The Invisible War” in Denver this weekend.

Here is the eflier:
http://www.notinvisible.org/eflier_denver

And here’s the information for the theater, below. The film opens on Friday night, June 29, and I’m going to be there on Saturday evening, June 30, for a Q & A directly following the showing of the 7 p.m. feature (exact time still to be announced by the theater). I’ll be discussing the issue and my role in the film, and why this is a cause near and dear to my heart.

“The Invisible War”
Harkins Northfield 18
8300 East Northfield Blvd
Denver, CO 80238

Even if you can’t attend, you can show your support by forwarding this link to everyone you know. The film is opening in cities around the country–maybe there’s a theater showing it near you. If so, you should watch it, because I guarantee it will impact you forever.

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Viewer: Acts Were Monstrous, He Is Not

Dear Amy:

My name is Natasha and I just finished watching ‘On the Case with Paula Zahn’ about the Brents story and had to look you up because you’re awesome, and you need to be thanked on behalf of society for being an exceptional human being who obviously genuinely cares & wants to make this diseased culture healthier.

I am currently studying for my Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology and have had a particular interest in sexual predators for years.  I come at it from a similar place that you do — your answers to Paula Zahn’s questions were almost verbatim what mine were when I was talking back to the TV.  I am very excited to order your book (Diary of a Predator: A Memoir) from Amazon (I live in Canada) and learning more about this CRITICAL work you have done with/about Brents, and I hope people will suspend their judgment and really try to understand how sadists are created because this is the ONLY way we can put an end to this kind of suffering.

Next time you write to Brents, can you please thank him for letting the public into his  life through you, and let him know that there are others who empathize with him and agree with you that his acts were monstrous, but he was/is not?  Thank you.

Sincerely & Respectfully,
Natasha

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