was born in Chicago. His father left him at about four
years of age. After that he was shuffled back and forth from his mother
to his grandmother. His mother eventually was murdered and so was his
father-in-law. He grew up in a life of crime and drugs. He spent time
in jail and prison because of that.
Now years later his past is still haunting him. He was
about two months shy of finishing his P.O. papers. He was living with
his girlfriend but discontented from what I could tell. She has bipolar
disorder and other mental issues. She was getting two hours of counseling
a week. She also had health issues. She was six weeks along in her seventh
pregnancy of which three of them ended up in miscarriages. From March
22 to the 28th of 2004 she had been daily bleeding or spotting and daily
seeing a doctor. The prognosis was that it would be very unlikely that
the pregnancy would come to term.
Now I disagree with Geno having an affair. The second girlfriend
called which created a fight. It was then that he just left and went
to his brothers. Now the following is the way Kenosha operates. You are
guilty until proven innocent. His live in girlfriend called 911 and said
that Geno punched her in the stomach.
She was taken to the hospital in an ambulance. I saw the
police report. Evidence recovered - NONE, disposition of evidence -
N/A, photos - NONE. The police had absolutely not proof besides that
she said so. I also saw the medical reports. There was no sign of bruising,
trauma or anything besides her story that her stomach hurt. The authorities
say that she was bleeding because he hit her. The medical reports say
that she was bleeding daily for several days and was also on medications
for it. Two children were in the house and yet not even they saw the
fight and never heard a single scream. Does this seem possible or is
it also ScrewedKenoshaStyle?
Just by the words of a jealous girlfriend, he is in jail
for several months waiting for sentencing. Because of his past he was
revoked and is facing prison time again with a possibility of ten years.
In Kenosha your past is magnified tremendously. You
become a victim of that you used to be and become automatically guilty,
even if there is a false charge. If you have any criminal past, do not
move to Kenosha unless you are willing to take the risk of doing jail
time of someone's lying accusations, which could condemn you strictly
because of your past.
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