Woman reaches out to governor after stalker's charges are dismissed

Created: 08/30/2014 7:03 PM
By: Web Staff

An Albuquerque woman has had enough with a homeless man that she claims has been stalking her and her daughter.

Now Elizabeth Sacco is taking her concerns to the governor and she's reaching out by using social media.

On her Facebook page, she invites Gov. Susana Martinez to sit down and have coffee with her family.

In the Facebook post, she wrote:

"Dear Governor Martinez, 

I am posting this photo along with an open invitation for coffee. I beseech you to sit down with me and help me learn to change laws that will help protect my child and compassionately serve a forgotten population.

I ask that you sit at the table with me, learn of my child and of her mother's fears.

My daughter finds you a woman to be admired. I fondly remember the day this photo was taken and how with a true mother's instinct, you brushed your hand along the collar of her uniform removing a bit of lint. I could not hear the words you spoke to her yet my mother's heart filled with admiration for your matriarchal spirit.

Respectfully I await your compassionate response. 

Elisabeth Sacco"

Sacco has been fighting hard to have Shayne Lewis locked up, but his charges have been dismissed because he's been determined to be mentally incompetent to stand trial.

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