Blumenshine, who surrendered to sheriff’s deputies Friday to serve her jail sentence, also will have to register as a sex offender for 10 years, Lenard said.
In a letter she wrote in January 2012 that was added to her court file on April 8, Blumenshine wrote that she wished she could undo her actions and has a hard time forgiving herself for what happened. “I cannot take back what I did; I can only show everyone including myself that I am a good person and one who will never make the same mistake twice.” Blumenshine was charged with aggravated criminal sexual abuse after she was found Jan.
[tags: Movie Critique] - In the 1959 Film Rio Bravo, a western, we see four men who stand alone in the face of adversity in the name of the law.
In the 1966 film El Dorado, also a western, we can see this same scenario played out again.
Blumenshine said she has been working as a bank teller, that she bought a house, began dating a church-going man, and that, “most importantly,” she found God again.
She also said she would like to go back to school to become a physical therapist.
In her letter, Blumenshine apologized to the student and his family as well as her family, friends, former students and the Plainfield North High School.The movie ‘This Boy’s Life’, which is based on the real life of American author Tobias Wolff, features renowned actors Leonardo Di Caprio, Robert De Niro and Ellen Barkin in the leading roles while actors Jonah Blechman, Eliza Dushku, Chris Cooper, Carla Gugino, Zack Ansley, Tracey Ellis, Kathy Kinney, Tobey Maguire, Sean Murray, Lee Wilkof, Bill Dow, Deanna Milligan and Morgan Brayton play the other minor roles....[tags: Movie, abuse, family] - Critique of the Movie Matchstick Men I recently read a review of Matchstick Men by Nicolas Bardot who said of the movie: “very touching but lacking a certain panache.” The Matchstick Men starring Nicolas Cage, Sam Rockwell, and Alison Lohman, is the story of Roy (Cage) who with his “numerous disorders” and his partner Frank (Rockwell) tries to pull off a con job.Not the sort of education that would get her just a better job or more pay, but an education that would open up for her a whole new world--a liberal education.Rita wants to be a different person, and live an altogether different sort of life than she has lived so far....