Plea from Nancy Seaman’s son – Greg
Nancy Seaman’s son, Greg, was one week away from graduating college when he lost his father. When the police called to tell him what happened, Greg thought that his father killed his mother, then turned around and shot himself in a murder-suicide.
He knew his dad, a mechanical engineer who lost his prestigious position at work, had been mentally spiraling for a few years. The abuse against his mother had been escalating for quite some time.
“I was very clear of my support for her then as I am now. I was very clear that my dad was abusive to her for years and years. We all saw it.
I saw her mental health slowly slipping away. I heard her tell me about her hair falling out in clumps, her grinding her teeth at night, and her constant worry.
We were all helping her to make her escape plans. We just didn’t realize the urgency that we needed to have in doing that.
There was some news show that I did around the trial. But that show’s focus was primarily on getting ratings through salacious programming. I have no faith that any other shows of that nature will have any impact on her getting clemency or not. In fact, I view those shows as doing more potential harm than good.
The work you are doing, using your channels to get to the Governor and his advisors, that’s what will make the difference, so thank you. I can’t thank you enough. It would change the lives of so many if she were granted clemency.
And I really appreciate the updates as we get down to the wire for Gov. Snyder’s time.
She deserves to be granted clemency, no doubt about it.”
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