There is a completely different mood in our country these days.There's a big movement out there that people are trying to push the fact that people are in jail because they're poor.In going through something as traumatic as what we just went through, for me a lifestyle change is in order." "I don't know that he's looked for a job in the past 40 years, but we gotta change because we need longevity," she added with a laugh."We have small children, we have people counting on us.A fundraising walk by Drumchapel friends is to go ahead after a close friend passed away suddenly at the weekend.Leanne Hawkins had been diagnosed with stomach cancer just three weeks ago and told the disease was incurable.Dating way back to 2003 when my husband caught Andrew Luster, to 2005 when they tried to extradite him back to Mexico, the death of my father, the death of my daughter, our wedding, baby Lyssa's wedding, they've been our fans through thick and thin and this wasn't something you could hide, this wasn't like a family breakup or family riff, this was something far more serious that could have had fatal ramifications," she explained. I felt like our fans have been so loyal to us that we really owed it to share it with them, so that if I could be a blessing to even one person, help one person get early detection, then we really owed it to them to show the struggle and show that you can make it, you can get through it, you just need to have a positive attitude." That positive attitude helped them get through a tough time, but cutting out the negativity and stress going forward also meant separating themselves from the bounty hunting business. "A lot of people do not have a respect for the judicial system and it is causing a slight collapse of our society.I feel like, even though I had a 50/50 chance with this surgery, Duane has a 50/50 chance every time he leaves the house and that contributes to my stress." She continued, "Will he come home alive every day that he leaves?
“We will be doing a sponsored walk from Drumchapel to Balloch on November 18 and we are looking for as many people as possible to support us.” A fundraising page - justgiving.com/crowdfunding/leannehawkins - has raised more than £10,000 to date, twice the original target.But family and friends of the 21-year-old are grieving after the disease took her even sooner on Sunday.As reported in last week’s Clydebank Post, friends had been planning a special walk to raise cash to send Leanne on a dream trip to Disneyland Paris in November after she had completed a round of chemotherapy to slow the disease.People are not in jail because they're poor, brother, they're in jail because they broke the law.That way of thinking could get law enforcement killed, it could get my husband killed.