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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The father of Cherish Perrywinkle, Billy Jarreau, issued a statement on his Facebook page yesterday evening concerning the death of his daughter.
The statement reads in full:
"To everyone I am trying to stay politically correct and not express my true feelings of how our great system caused this. I spent many years in the court presenting issues and being ignored and told I was trying to hurt the mother. Now the truth of the great mother is out. It was at the cost of my child's life. RIP young lady. my nick name for her. My wife has tried to keep me off and not comment but the pain is too great and to know this could have been avoided. I gave the legal system all the signs for over many years." [sic]
Today Jarreau posted another status on his Facebook page that said in part:
"I really not ready to talk to anyone and I can't even make words come out right now." [sic]
First Coast News