I am so glad Ron Hewett made this public statement. I never once thought he was guilty. I am so sorry for what he and his family is enduring. There has to be a special place in hell for people like District Attorney Rex Gore and others who threatened and lied on Ron Hewett. Ron Hewett was doing a very good job of arresting the drug offenders in Brunswick County. So, what was the alternative. My thought is the "big" guys wanted him silenced. I will always believe Mr. Hewett was set up. There is no way he could have gone that far from one spectrum of doing good to being negligent as he was portrayed. Ron Hewett has my respect. I can identify with his explaining what he went through while imprisoned. I had a relative who experienced prison life and he went through the "hell" Mr. Hewett described. The citizens of Brunswick County who doubted Ron Hewett's innocence should be ashamed. His co-workers who worked with Rex Gore and others to frame him will surely get their day. Rex Gore is already seeing his. Rex Gore is responsible for destroying a lot of law enforcement officers lives and he will not go unpunished for this. God will see to that. What goes around, comes around and the crooks left in office will be exposed one day. If I could talk personally to Ron Hewett, I would say "I'm sorry for what you went through and hold your head high because you have passed through the fire with God's help and let God punish those who falsely accused you. When God renders His chastisement, He puts it there for everyone to see without a doubt that He is the final corrector of all the evil done by Satan's imps against His children."
Wishing you the best Ron Hewett in whatever you pursue in the future,
Doris A. Strickland
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