I’ve been locked out of my house and car in Jacksonville, Florida for three days.
I’ve had to use a wheelchair and I’ve spent days on end being held at gunpoint.
I’m a white woman who is a member of the LGBT community.
I am also a mother and grandmother.
I know the difference between a lockdown and a lockdown.
A lockdown is when police officers and deputies arrive at your house and start questioning you.
They have no reason to believe you are committing a crime.
A lockdown is not a lockdown, but a temporary measure to keep people in their homes.
The Lockdown in Jacksonville is a false emergency that is intended to keep me locked down.
I have the ability to leave and come out, and I do that.
I don’t need the lockdown.
I will be able to get out if I need to.
While the lockdown in Jacksonville has been a long time coming, it hasn’t taken long to feel the pressure of being stuck in the house alone.
I feel as if I am in a prison.
I do not know how I am going to make it out.
I know I have been a victim of a false lockdown and I don`t want to be in a situation like this.
To make matters worse, I live in a predominantly Black neighborhood and I know many of my Black friends are still locked up in their own homes.
I just hope the people who need my help are not in a position to use it.
I need a new life.
Please help me.