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Many years ago, a young woman gave her son up for adoption. Now that the man is over the age of 18, he began searching for his biological relatives. He found his biological mother. And just like 50% of reunited relatives, they developed GSA (genetic sexual attraction) They decided to be together. They are both consenting adults who are of sound mind and capable of making life decisions on what is right for them. Unfortunately the city of Clovis is very conservative, and full of bigots and corrupt cops who have taken it upon themselves to determine what is right for Monica and Caleb. These people have no right poking their noses in anyone's bedroom, yet they have charged Monica and Caleb with incest. This case has become high profile and a change of venue is needed in order for Caleb and Monica to get a fair trial. The publicity has caused them to lose their places of employment. Furthermore, the public defenders they were assigned to are only interested in plea deals and not justice. This couple are both adults well over the age of 18. They both consent to be together. There is no abuse, no pedophilia, or any other criminal charges involving this case. The only charges are the ridiculous charge of incest. Both Monica and Caleb should not be prosecuted because they are adults who should be free to make their own decisions about their personal lives and their sex lives. They are not hurting anyone by being together. We need to help them. They need to retain private attorneys who will represent them properly. And we need to get the message out to the right people that what is going on in Clovis with their cases is horrible, discriminatory, and damaging to prosecute this couple.  Below, I am posting letters that can be sent to people of power who need to know that this case is bogus and shouldn't even exist. The rights of consenting adults to be with other consenting adults needs to be recognized. Below I have posted letters that include names and addresses of the people these letters need to be sent to. All you have to do is print the letters and send them to the names and addresses listed. The more letters we send, the bigger the difference we can make in the lives of Caleb and Monica as well as the consanguinamorous community as well. If you would like to further help, you can donate money to the Go Fund Me account that was made to help pay for private attorneys for both Monica and Caleb. Even if you only wish to donate a dollar or two, it will add up and you will be making even more of a difference to the court case as well. If you do not wish to donate to Go Fund Me, that is perfectly ok. But I implore each and every one of you who reads this to please send off the letters i am providing below. Every letter counts. Thank you for taking the time to read this. Together, we will fight for the freedom of every adult. In solidarity, Cristina


The Corrupt Clovis Case

A Letter to the Judge


This one should be sent to: District Judge Fred T. Van Soelen Curry County Courthouse 700 North Main, Suite #2. Clovis, NM 88101 (575) 742-7500,



Dear Fred T. Van Soelen,

As I understand things, you are currently the judge in the case against Monica Mares and her son Caleb Petersen, who are being charged with incest. I am writing to you to outline the reasons that I believe this case should be thrown out.
First and foremost, the investigation itself and the treatment of this pair is sadly a monument to bad practice. For a start, neither were read their rights at the time of arrest. Clearly this is in breach of what we know to be standard procedure whenever a person is arrested for any crime, no matter the nature of that crime. Not every citizen may be aware of their rights, including the right to remain silent, and thus they should be read their rights at the time of arrest. For this reason, you should declare any testimony obtained prior to the reading of their rights to be inadmissible in your courtroom. This would serve to do two very important things, it would bring some sense of fairness to the treatment of the defendants, and it would also encourage the local police to follow procedure each and every time a person is arrested.
I am aware, of course, that you put a no-contact order in place for Ms. Mares and Mr. Petersen. However, the court failed to inform them of this order, and then you jailed them for two months for breaking the order. Since I will work on the assumption that expecting psychic abilities from defendants is not standard practice, I would imagine that a blunder like this would be embarrassing for you, not to mention highly inconvenient and unfair to the defendants. At the very least they deserve an apology from the court for this mistreatment.
I also understand that you have Mr. Petersen down as a victim, and yet your prosecutor has chosen to simultaneously prosecute him too. Now, this is a logical disconnect. Either he is a victim and should face no charges, or he is a co-defendant. You cannot possibly have it both ways and save face.
Finally, I come to the issue of the illegality of incest. Does not the US constitution require respect for personal and sexual autonomy? You and I both know full well that it does, which means that the law against incest is in fact a breach of the constitutional rights of American citizens. While most people would be very uncomfortable even speaking about incest, much less engaging in it, it cannot and does not change the fact that some people feel very differently about the subject. With the law against incest being unconstitutional, you are under no obligation to enforce it. You could choose to throw the case out right now. At this point whether they did it or not is beside the point, namely that people should not face a trial for incest between consenting adults.
At it’s core, this is a human rights issue and should be treated as such, and the ramifications of your decisions here go far beyond the lives of this one mother and son, rather it has the potential to impact upon the lives of ALL consanguinamorous individuals living within the USA. I implore you to make the right choice and to declare the anti-incest laws unconstitutional, and thus unenforceable. Consanguinamory rights is not an issue that is going to go away, it will crop up again and again until this grave injustice is corrected.
Thank you for your time,


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A Letter to Caleb's Prosecutor


Send to: 9th judicial district attorney ( Andrea Reeb) 417 gidding suite 200 clovis new mexico 88101 (email adress) 9thDA@da.state.nm.us


Dear Andrea Reeb,
It has come to the attention of numerous people around the globe that you are in the process of prosecuting Caleb Petersen for incest. While this may be in line with the law, it is extraordinarily unjust and cruel to all concerned, even unconstitutional. In addition to these most obvious of facts, the investigation itself has a catalog of errors.
In the first instance, it is typical the world over that when a person is arrested for any crime, they must be read their rights at the time of arrest. That did not happen in this case. This is a breach of their legal rights, which renders anything said at the police station inadmissible in court, including Mr. Petersens’ confession.
The second major bungle was that the pair were NOT informed of the no-contact order. So when they showed up together to their next due court date, they were imprisoned for two months with no contact with their families for breaking a rule they were not told was in place. Now, unless they have indicated or demonstrated some form of psychic ability, how were they meant to know about the bail conditions?
In addition to these facts, Mr Petersen is being identified as a victim, and yet is also being prosecuted for the same crime as Ms. Mares. Now, clear logic states that the state cannot possibly have it both ways, either he is a blameless victim, or he is a co-defendant. So according to yourself, which is he?
Furthermore, a law that is unjust should not be enforced, and in fact should be challenged. Sexual autonomy is a human right, and so any adult may consent to sexual contact with any other adult. In effect, by prosecuting consenting adults in this way, you are violating their human rights and treating lovers as criminals.
Also consider how you are spending tax dollars in a time of economic constraint, would not the money spent prosecuting these people be far better utilized elsewhere? The law should serve the people, not persecute them for having unconventional relationships.
Consider also the impact that this prosecution will have on Ms. Mares four other children, your actions punish an entire family including these children.
I am asking today for you to drop these charges against Ms. Mares and Mr. Petersen in the interest of fairness and equality, and if not for those reasons, then for the disgraceful way in which this investigation has been conducted.
Yours faithfully,



A Letter to Caleb's Defense Attorney


Send to: Defence attorney (Thomas harden) 1100 mitchell street clovis new mexico 88101


Dear Thomas Harden,
As I understand it, you are currently defending Caleb Petersen, who is being prosecuted for incest. This case is potentially groundbreaking for civil rights and the audience is global. If you were to win it, it would significantly raise your own standing as an attorney.
There are many points which you can argue in their defence which could go a long way towards getting these charges dropped, or getting the case thrown out of court. Some of the evidence should not be admissible in court in the first place on the basis that it was obtained in an unethical manner.
Let me begin with the painfully obvious. These people were NOT read their rights at the time of arrest. Such an omission leaves some persons unaware of their rights, and it can be argued that a young and frightened person may not in fact be aware of those rights without it being spelled out to them, you could argue this on behalf of Mr. Petersen. For this reason, anything said prior to their rights being read must be inadmissible in court. Since the prosecution are relying on the contents of their interview with Mr. Petersen, if that were taken out of the equation on this technicality, then the prosecution have only the weak hearsay evidence to go on, and thus they would in fact have no case.
In addition to this, the courts have treated them with contempt by not informing them that they had a no-contact order and then using that order to imprison them for two months for breaking it, namely when they showed up to court together. I think any reasonable person would argue that it is impossible to follow an instruction that one does not receive, unless in possession of psychic gifts. You have the opportunity to point this out to the court to demonstrate the unfair treatment that they have received.
Furthermore, you have the opportunity the challenge the law itself. Your constitution guarantees sexual autonomy. As consenting adults, EVEN IF THEY DID in fact have a sexual relationship, this case should not be a matter for the court in the first place. Not only are prosecutions such as these a tremendous waste of public resources that could be better spent elsewhere, but they also punish an entire family by removing the breadwinner and primary caregiver, in this case four innocent children will be removed from their mother and their big brother.
I urge you not to waste this chance to save these people from this horrific injustice, and in the process increase your career prospects.
Yours Faithfully,





A Letter to Monica's Defense Attorney


Send to: brett carter his address is 920 mitchell street, clovis new mexico 88101 his number is 575-763-8900

 

Dear Brett Carter,
As I understand it, you are currently defending Monica Mares, who is being prosecuted for incest. This case is potentially groundbreaking for civil rights and the audience is global. If you were to win it, it would significantly raise your own standing as an attorney.
There are many points which you can argue in their defence which could go a long way towards getting these charges dropped, or getting the case thrown out of court. Some of the evidence should not be admissible in court in the first place on the basis that it was obtained in an unethical manner.
Let me begin with the painfully obvious. These people were NOT read their rights at the time of arrest. Such an omission leaves some persons unaware of their rights, and it can be argued that a young and frightened person may not in fact be aware of those rights without it being spelled out to them, you could argue this on behalf of Mr. Petersen. For this reason, anything said prior to their rights being read must be inadmissible in court. Since the prosecution are relying on the contents of their interview with Mr. Petersen, if that were taken out of the equation on this technicality, then the prosecution have only the weak hearsay evidence to go on, and thus they would in fact have no case.
In addition to this, the courts have treated them with contempt by not informing them that they had a no-contact order and then using that order to imprison them for two months for breaking it, namely when they showed up to court together. I think any reasonable person would argue that it is impossible to follow an instruction that one does not receive, unless in possession of psychic gifts. You have the opportunity to point this out to the court to demonstrate the unfair treatment that they have received.
Furthermore, you have the opportunity the challenge the law itself. Your constitution guarantees sexual autonomy. As consenting adults, EVEN IF THEY DID in fact have a sexual relationship, this case should not be a matter for the court in the first place. Not only are prosecutions such as these a tremendous waste of public resources that could be better spent elsewhere, but they also punish an entire family by removing the breadwinner and primary caregiver, in this case four innocent children will be removed from their mother and their big brother.
I urge you not to waste this chance to save these people from this horrific injustice, and in the process increase your career prospects.
Yours Faithfully,



A Letter to President Obama


Send to: Barack Obama, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C.
20500; Ph. ( 202) 456-1414, Fax (202) 456-2461


Dear President Obama,
I realize that you are a busy man, and I thank you in advance for taking the time to read this letter, as it is important. You may or may not be aware of an ongoing legal case in Clovis, in which a young man, Caleb Petersen, and a woman, Monica Mares, are being charged with incest. The facts as they stand are that they did not meet until Mr .Petersen was a grown man, and that they have been accused of having a sexual relationship.
This case is being pushed forward despite the investigation itself being badly bungled. Neither party were read their rights at the time of their arrest, which should in fact render anything that they have said prior to their rights being read inadmissible in a court of law. Additionally, they were not informed that a no-contact order was in place prior to them showing up in court together, and subsequently being imprisoned for two months for breaking that order.
To make matters all the more confusing, Mr. Petersen is listed as a ‘victim’ and yet he is also being prosecuted for incest. Now, the state cannot possibly want to have it both ways, either they believe he is a victim and drop all charges against him, or he is a co-defendant.
Now, I realize that the subject matter makes the overwhelming majority feel decidedly uncomfortable, but there are a few things that desperately need to be said.
The United States of America is often called the ‘land of the free’, but how free can it be when consenting adults are prosecuted and treated in this appalling manner. Of course, if it is true and they are a couple, people should be free to form their own opinions about that, but they should not be subjected to prosecution for being in an unconventional relationship.
Your Party, the Democrats, have a long history of standing up for the underdogs of society who are unfairly discriminated against because they have been misunderstood. No minority on Earth is less understood than consanguinamorous persons, and the fight for equality has already begun. This issue is not something that is going to go away quietly.
This is an appeal for you to step in on behalf of Mr. Petersen and Ms. Mares, and an appeal for the debate to begin on equal rights for ALL consenting adults, not just some.
Yours Faithfully,

A Letter to Hillary Clinton


Hillary Rodham Clinton, 120 West 45th Street, Suite 2700, New York, NY 10036.


Dear Mrs. Clinton,
I am writing to you today on behalf of a mother and son accused of incest, Ms. Mares and Mr. Petersen. You may or may not be aware of the case, but it is in Clovis, and they face imprisonment and a hefty fine if found guilty. I recommend you share this letter with all members of the Democrat party.
In a nutshell, the investigation was badly bungled from the outset, and despite these problems, the charges are still standing anyway. The whole case lies on the confession of Mr. Petersen, but here is the clincher: The confession was obtained BEFORE HE WAS READ HIS RIGHTS. Now, as I understand it, when the police do not follow the correct procedures, and omit something as important as reading rights, any testimony obtained should be inadmissible in a court of law. While most people do know their rights, there will always be a percentage of the population that do not, which is why reading them at the time of arrest is of vital importance.
Furthermore, the pair were further mistreated by the legal system when it came to bail conditions. Despite a no contact order being in place, they were NOT INFORMED OF IT, and so when they showed up together at the court they were subsequently thrown in jail for two months for breaching it. I think that as an intelligent person, you will agree with me on this.
Now I want to talk a little about the incest laws themselves, because I believe them to be unconstitutional. The constitution guarantees the right to sexual autonomy, and yet this is breached each and every time consenting adults are arrested, tried and jailed for incest. While most people find incest gross that is not a good reason for it to be against the law. Nor is the inbreeding argument properly valid because other high risk groups are permitted to procreate as they see fit. In the interest of fairness and equality, and to be in-keeping with the great tradition of freedom enjoyed by the United States of America, I strongly recommend that these discriminatory laws be removed from legislation as soon as humanly possible.
Your party, the Democrats has a long tradition of sticking up for those unfairly treated in law by society. Your party stuck up for the rights of LGBT persons when they were fighting for freedom, and this is no different. Be real Democrats one more time, and stick up for consanguinamorous people who fear being locked up for who they fell in love with. It is one thing for society to disapprove of something, it is quite another for people who are harming nobody to face the dock. The issue of consanguinamory rights is NOT going to disappear, the movement for our liberation has begun and it will continue until this legislation changes.Now, as to the pair that were arrested, nobody knows if they did indeed commit incest or not, but EVEN IF THEY DID, as consenting adults they should not be facing jail time. I would like you to intervene on their behalf if at all possible. If you are not able to prevent the court case, you could at the bare minimum make an official statement about the fact that these laws are unconstitutional and that these laws should be abolished for the sake of freedom. Urge the judge towards throwing it out, or at least towards lenience. I realize that you’re a busy woman, and that your next task is to convince the public to vote for you at the next election, however, this will only take a small piece of your time, and will make a difference not only to Ms. Mares and Mr. Petersen, but to the wider consanguinamorous community who are sick and tired of being unfairly discriminated against.
Thank you for your time,

A Letter to Donald Trump


Send to: The Trump Organization,725 5th Avenue New York, NY 10022,


Dear Mr. Trump,
I am writing to you today on behalf of a mother and son accused of incest, Ms. Mares and Mr. Petersen. You may or may not be aware of the case, but it is in Clovis, and they face imprisonment and a hefty fine if found guilty. I recommend you share this letter with all members of the Republican party.
In a nutshell, the investigation was badly bungled from the outset, and despite these problems, the charges are still standing anyway. The whole case lies on the confession of Mr. Petersen, but here is the clincher: The confession was obtained BEFORE HE WAS READ HIS RIGHTS. Now, as I understand it, when the police do not follow the correct procedures, and omit something as important as reading rights, any testimony obtained should be inadmissible in a court of law. While most people do know their rights, there will always be a percentage of the population that do not, which is why reading them at the time of arrest is of vital importance.
Furthermore, the pair were further mistreated by the legal system when it came to bail conditions. Despite a no contact order being in place, they were NOT INFORMED OF IT, and so when they showed up together at the court they were subsequently thrown in jail for two months for breaching it. I think that as an intelligent person, you will agree with me on this.
Now I want to talk a little about the incest laws themselves, because I believe them to be unconstitutional. The constitution guarantees the right to sexual autonomy, and yet this is breached each and every time consenting adults are arrested, tried and jailed for incest. While most people find incest gross that is not a good reason for it to be against the law. Nor is the inbreeding argument properly valid because other high risk groups are permitted to procreate as they see fit. In the interest of fairness and equality, and to be in-keeping with the great tradition of freedom enjoyed by the United States of America, I strongly recommend that these discriminatory laws be removed from legislation as soon as humanly possible.
Your party, the Republicans, have a tradition of respecting freedom and upholding the constitution. These are admirable things, but sadly your party is not viewed as progressive on social issues. You have the opportunity to change that perception and gain yourself voters who are economically right wing but socially progressive. Be good Republicans one more time, and throw out laws that are unconstitutional, especially the law against consenting adults engaging in incest.
Now, as to the pair that were arrested, nobody knows if they did indeed commit incest or not, but EVEN IF THEY DID, as consenting adults they should not be facing jail time. I would like you to intervene on their behalf if at all possible. If you are not able to prevent the court case, you could at the bare minimum make an official statement about the fact that these laws are unconstitutional and that these laws should be abolished for the sake of freedom. Urge the judge towards throwing it out, or at least towards lenience. I realize that you’re a busy man, and that your next task is to convince the public to vote for you at the next election, however, this will only take a small piece of your time, and will make a difference not only to Ms. Mares and Mr. Petersen, but to the wider consanguinamorous community who are sick and tired of being unfairly discriminated against.
Thank you for your time,



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