The E-mails sent from Michal Flisiuk's "deadbed" on Oct. 29, 2009, which should had not been written.
Michal Flisiuk sent this to Carmen Flisiuk (Carmen Bilodeau) whom he had not seen for months prior to his death. He tried to locate her however and suspected she had moved back to Boothby Street in Augusta (he was right). He phoned her shortly before his death, asking to see Sabbath St. Hilaire (Sabbath Peridot). Carmen Flisiuk (Carmen Bilodeau) not only refused, but gave him an ear full of obscenities. His sons, who were with him, heard her screaming and cursing. Later she said "it was Sabbath's decisicion not to see her Grandfather". And Carmen Bilodeau was supposed to be a guardian, and not only of the money, she collects from tragedy and horror murder.
"Try to do the right thing"
Michal Flisiuk and Coleman Warner.
Coleman Warner, Times Picayune. Works at The National World War II Museum.
Graduated from lousy schools, and made a career from warming up places of opportunities. World War II! It's a joke! If he was aware of Michal Flisiuk's totality of the history knowledge and knew that brilliant, intellectual man!
To Fr. Ralf J. Bisvert.
Rev. Ralph Boisvert had lost his son in 2012, perhaps he has regrets....
To Pastor Jonathan Vogel, Prince of Peace Lutheran Church.
Awful, and unfair to the family...
If we were left behind, so it should had been left to us; the dead man spokesman had made matters even worse, especially for the children.