July 11, 2009 MySpace Attack by Richard Bennett

July 11, 2009 MySpace Attack by Richard Bennett

You can’t hide anymore..I have at least a mil that will use to chase you out of this venue. I made it. Honestly and with integrity, this time. The day I google you and can’t find you anywhere except in Wayback machine, is the day I will finally rest. I told you that anyone who is a part of my losing my children will pay someday. Time to pay, shit head. My 6 years was a short breath compared to the eternity I will chase you!!

You pass off yet again your crap as a “..part of the grieving process?” When is Shelley going to give you the long deserved boot out into the alley you drove up from? To blame their feelings in such a way only reinforces the wacko you are. It’s back to you. AGAIN. Why doesn’t Beau beat you down like the dog you are after such a comment? So why are you not identifying these so-called “News Trucks and reporters?. I sure would know who they are. A well as anyone else in this situation. Another DAVE Masters lie. Well., I am going to call EVERY media source from Aberdeen to NewYork if I have to. Just trying to
get others to feel sorry for the load that “Poor Dave” had to endure.. Well Dave, it took Aaron to finally start the ball rolling to take you out. That makes him even more of a hero!! Go hide, but you can’t hide from Aaron. His death flushed you out!!

Posted by Richard Bennett on Saturday, July 11, 2009 – 10:01 AM

Response from David Masters

Sent privately via MySpace at 11:33 a.m., 07/11/2009

Subject: I am sorry for your loss

Richard,

I am so proud that you were able to, “make it.”

I know that you have had times of financial success since your release from prison, and I know how important that is for you. I am glad that you were able to do so with integrity. You deserve props for that. Good job.

I also know how hard it is for you to have to see Aaron’s loss of life while in service to the red, white and blue. There is no greater pain that can be suffered by a parent.

I hope that you find comfort in knowing that while you were away, Aaron was raised in a loving and caring family, surrounded with friends that loved and cared for him as much as  we (you and I) did.

I, on the other hand, have not enjoyed financial success, as you have. I have worked hard,  every day, to honor Aaron and Sascha by giving of all that I had to them.

Albeit, it may not have been much, they were the recipients of all that I have or have had.

We have lived a modest, meager lifestyle… I drive a beater car, and have not spent one dime on myself, since I became Aaron’s stepfather.

I really know that I have done the best that I can, for him.

I was able to help raise him into the man that he became, and he lived his life with strength and honor; that was our motto, our bond.

We did everything together, as a family. I have been by his side, and we as a family have grown so close.

I hope that you find comfort in knowing that Aaron and Sascha were the recipients of all that I had to give and all that I am, or ever will be.

I am so grateful that I was able to speak to Aaron the night before we lost him to The Father. Aaron and I were so very tight. I have no regrets, and Aaron and I were able to express our love for each other that night. He also talked to family and friends that night; we are so thankful to have had that opportunity.

I know what it’s like to lose a son, like this, in such a tragic loss and we (you and I) have
suffered the same loss at the same time by Aaron’s sacrifice. You don’t have to have been there everyday to feel an overwhelming sense of loss. You and I have more in common than you realize at this moment.

If you would like to take-me-on, then fine. But please do not play this out so as to disrespect Aaron’s sacrifice.

I know that we’re both going through a lot of emotions across the board and it’s easy to say the wrong thing at the wrong time in an emotional outburst, that later, you wish
you could take it back.

I know because I have done the same thing.

I will be deleting your post again… not because it’s you… (I really mean that, this is not about us) only to protect Aaron, his family and friends, and I truly do not want to tarnish Aaron’s image, or the way that people have come to know and respect him and/or how he lived his life.

Please contact me personally.

If you would like to review our dirty laundry, let’s play this out with integrity, working it out man-to-man, or within the court system (if you feel that is necessary) keeping in mind that unlike you, I do not have the financial resources that you have.

I have no desire to fight with you.

Again, I am truly sorry that we have to share this suffering with each other.

I loved Aaron, so much, and miss him deeply. Please know that I understand what you are going through – and probably am the only other man on this planet that can – when it
comes to Aaron.

Sincerely,

-David

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2 thoughts on “July 11, 2009 MySpace Attack by Richard Bennett

  1. Hoffis says:

    Psychopaths have no self identity, they have nothing that comes from within that is authentic or genuine. This is why he/she cannot live alone, they’re addiction is to literally create an identity through mirroring you and your personality, then sucking out the best of you, to leave the rest of you depleted. This is why they are often referred to as energy vampires, psychic vampires and so on. They are able to mirror you so well, become “just like you” because they also have no empathy, so it is much easier to deceive you. As quickly as they attach is as easily as they detach from you. Just like a vampire…just a like a parasite….
    -The Path To Peace-Recovery From Psychopathic Abuse

  2. Richard Bennett says:

    I read this and look at the filth you did using Aaron as a tool and I am again refreshed in my complete desire to take you down. Fucking Psycho you are

    “..I really mean that, this is not about us) only to protect Aaron, his family and friends, and I truly do not want to tarnish Aaron’s image, or the way that people have come to know and respect him and/or how he lived his life.”

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