Tuesday, May 6, 2008

The Honorable Judge Michael E. Dunlavey...

We were very honored yesterday to include Judge Michael E. Dunlavey as a customer of WomenOnGuard.com. He was elected Judge in Erie County, Pennsylvania in 1999 and has an impressive military service background. Dunlavey, a two-star general in the United States Army Reserves, served as the U.S. General in charge of global anti-terror intelligence. In 2002, he was placed in command of terror suspect operations at a prison compound in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, for captured members of Al Qaeda and the Taliban. At one time, the compound housed nearly 600 such prisoners.

Judge Dunlavey, contacted Susan Eaton, Co-owner of WomenOnGuard.com. He stated, "Great website and product line. I have to deal with abuse cases every day. Now my secretary is under threat. I will be able to provide a meaningful Mother's Day gift to my daughter, secretary, clerk and the Mother of my children. From what I see every day the problem of abuse and assault has become worse not better. Keep up the hard work of your mission. The more informed people are, the better chance we have of changing this cycle of predatory violence." He also mentioned to Susan, "This is serious business. All you have to do is look at the latest video games, listen to the lyrics of the latest rap song or watch the videos on MTV and it is easy to see why men, women and children are being abused and victimized at an alarming rate. Common respect for another human being and decency are values that are not being promoted. So rather than becoming a victim people should prepare to protect themselves and avoid danger if possible."

A Vietnam Veteran, Dunlavey has a distinguished military service record. His rank, two-star general, is the highest possible for the Army Reserves. His awards include the Distinguished Service Medal, Bronze Star with oak leaf cluster, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal with oak leaf cluster, National Defense Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Armed Forces Reserve Medal, Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal with oak leaf cluster, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon, Republic of Vietnam Cross of Gallantry with Palm, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal, Meritorious Unit Citation, and Joint Meritorious Unit Citation.
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