I grew up with JamI and I have known Jordan all his life. Jami lived with me while he was recovering from his near death experience in 2002, relating to his asthma. It is what it is, Jami is true to himself and his religious beliefs. We occasionally go back and forth on religious differences of opinion. But it is as I say, his beliefs are not phony or fabricated for legal positioning of this or any case.
Know this, Jill, the Ex, ya I also know her. I know who she is, or was, and how she raised her kids. For her to come out and say what she was quoted to say in this story is mind boggling. "potheads" she calls her own kids. Jill, you were the stay at home mom that smoked as much or more than Jami. Woman, if that is anyone's fault, it's yours. Why wouldn't you love your kids for who they have become? You were a major player and influence in their becoming.
@digitalprotocolyou should respect the religious freedoms provided in the first amendment, as it also provides you the ability to chime in on which you don't believe and apparently know. Without those basic rights, someone might just have the right to cut your tongue from a mouth for beliefs in "man made climate change," or parade your head around as a gift to mother earth. Freedom was the #1 reason people originally founded this land. (The wave of religious persecution across Europe) Example: King Henry VIII
Even if you choose not to believe, religion is useful to keep civility in societies. Could you imagine what the world would look like if there was no fear of the life one leads and how that reflects upon them in death?