COMMUNITY JUSTICE FORUM

June 29, 2009

I?m sorry to the people of the Community Centre and the Museum for having to clean up the mess. I know what I did was wrong and it won?t happen again. I have learned a lesson on how to be a stronger person and I was upset afterwards because I?m the type of person who tries to set up an example for the little children. I?m sorry for the people of Tumbler Ridge for the effects it has had on them.

I?m very grateful that we are still allowed to be at the Community Centre. I don?t know what everyone would do without it.

Thank you for that.

Tumbler Ridge

To those hurt and offended by my wrong doing on the night of the Fallen Idols concert, when me and a friend spray painted the back of the museum and the downstairs bathroom of the community center. I know what I did was wrong and I am deeply sorry for my actions. It should never of happened and will never happen again. I hope you will all accept this letter of apology.

To Whom It May Concern

I would like to apologize to all affected parties of the incident involving the graffiti on the community centre and museum. It was wrong for me to act in such a way. I believe that public property, like the community centre and the museum, deserve much more respect than that. I acted thoughtlessly and expressed some very vulgar statements on public property. The statements made are not true of all members of the community. I hope this letter helps to correct my wrong doing and mend the damage.