Dana Gray

i take full responsibility by dana gray

i take full responsibility for my heinous crimes and apologize to the families of my victims and my surviving victim. there is no apology or words that will ever be enough. i can only assure you that i have worked intensely on insight to my actions and feel sick that i caused so many people so much pain.
i also apologize to all the people it affected that i don’t even know as well as the people i do know.
i am not that dana anymore. i leave an open invitation to the families of my victims to come see me and voice their feelings. i am open to anything you have to say. i think it’s important to the healing for you to have your say since you didn’t have the chance in court. you may feel this is odd, but i am sincere in this invitation.
thank you for allowing me to apologize and take responsibility in such an open forum.

i invite the readers to make any comments on my blog. what i would really like to know is if you were the family of my victims, what exactly would you want to hear from me and how would you feel about the invite to visit? Please write me via jpay on my media account or by snail mail addressed:

Dana Gray #W76776
512-01-02 low
P.O. Box 1508
Chowchilla, CA 93610

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Dana Gray
DOC #W76776

5 replies »

  1. I think you’ve learned what true peace can be within; the calmness of forgiveness would be a great blessing; even after 20 years.
    I still hope, in the back of my mind, that like John Wayne; I make it to Heaven a half hour before the Devil knows I’m dead. Lol
    I pray you find the comfort that you seek; you have my prayers & love.

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  2. Now that sounds like true repentance. There is a man Called Saul of Tarsus. He would kill Christians, beat them, imprison them, drag them, make sure they were dead.He said he was the worst sinner, but one day he met another man on a road, he asked Saul, “Why are doing this to me”? Saul reply was, “Who are you, master”? The voice replied and said,”I am Jesus”. Saul the n said, “What do you want me to do”? He then told him where to go but what should notice is that Jesus did not condemn him or say anything about his past, what he had been doing. And that is exactly what He does for us, He forgives us of our past, as far as the East is to the West, He forgets all we had done and will forgive us on a daily basis whenever we say or do something wrong, He is Jesus and He says,”Come to me all of you who are heavy burdened, I will give you rest”. He keeps no account of our past when we ask Him to forgive us and accept him as our Lord and Savior, He is Jesus

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