If the woman who waited 17 years to accuse Air Force MSgt. Michael Silva of sexually assaulting her is truly a “psychic medium” as she claimed in a series of Twitter postings in October 2009, shouldn’t she have known in advance if she was about to become the victim of a horrible crime?
Though I’m no expert on anything having to do with so-called “psychic abilities,” I consider myself a master of the obvious, often amazed by what I find on a person’s social media postings.
Only days after raising serious questions about the accuracy of information Silva’s accuser posted on her Facebook page three years ago, I became aware of this woman’s Twitter postings. I credit my awareness to several interesting screenshots, including the one shown above, forwarded to me by someone who’s been closely following the case of the 24-year Air Force veteran and former Basic Military Training Instructor who, in January, was tried, convicted and sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Do Facebook and Twitter postings alone indicate deceit on the part of this accuser? Hardly. They should, however, hold some weight for Maj. Gen. Mark A. Brown, the convening authority, as he makes his decision regarding the recently-filed request for clemency via which Silva hopes to have his conviction overturned.
If, based upon the details highlighted above and in previous articles, you believe Silva deserves some form of clemency, I encourage you to reach out and share your feelings with General Brown, 2nd Air Force commander. His contact information appears below:
At the same time, it wouldn’t hurt to contact — or simply copy — General Brown’s boss as well. His contact information appears below:
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