SHERELL ROSEGREEN
Sherell Rosegreen had to deal with many heartaches, and just as it seemed as if she was getting a breather, the news came from Jamaica that her mother, Louise Garrick, had died.  Having no papers, but filled with a desire to see her beloved mom for the last time, she took a chance on doing something illegal.  With false documents, she went and applied for a US passport and a United States driver's licence, which earned her the chance to come and bury her mother and get back into the States.  After returning, Rosegreen said that she had a vision that the Feds (US Federal agents) were looking for her.  "It's like I was walking on eggshells. I was so afraid, always looking behind me. I knew something was wrong, but I could not put my finger on it," she told Family & Religion.
My Testimony
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SHERELL ROSEGREEN
Sherell Rosegreen had to deal with many heartaches, and just as it seemed as if she was getting a breather, the news came from Jamaica that her mother, Louise Garrick, had died. Having no papers, but filled with a desire to see her beloved mom for the last time, she took a chance on doing something illegal. With false documents, she went and applied for a US passport and a United States driver's licence, which earned her the chance to come and bury her mother and get back into the States. After returning, Rosegreen said that she had a vision that the Feds (US Federal agents) were looking for her. "It's like I was walking on eggshells. I was so afraid, always looking behind me. I knew something was wrong, but I could not put my finger on it," she told Family & Religion.
My Testimony
Sherell Rosegreen