Letters from Family
Letter from Bill, Lisa, Gabe, & Glory Woolley
This is a letter from the Woolley family to Clayton's Counselor and DHS.
Letter from Glory Woolley, Claytons Aunt
At the end of this month it will have been 3 years since the worst day of my life. My youngest nephew Elijah died of SIDS as he slept. That morning was the worst thing I have ever had to experience. Holding my whole world in my arms, lifeless. I have never felt so much pain, so much helplessness, and so much suffering in my life. Following this tragedy, the second worst day of my life occurred. The day the Justice system not only failed me and my family, but destroyed a part of my soul. They took my other nephew Clayton, whom I haven’t gotten to see in nearly 3 years. He was 5 when this happened and not a day goes by that I don’t feel heartbroken at his absence. I know someday we will win this battle and be reunited, but until then, the most valuable person on this planet to me, is out of reach. I was then forced from my home and later my parents were￼ wrongfully and completely falsely taken and locked in jail for the better part of a year in total. The feeling of experiencing these events and watching them unfold is something I would never wish on any human being. The system that’s sole duty is to “protect and serve” and balance the scales of justice, is the same system that tore my family apart for personal gain and career advancement. As much as I would love to show the bucket loads of evidence, expert testimonies, documents, and files that corroborate and reveal the truth, that will need to come at the proper time. But for now, this is the beginning of my story.
PS- To my Mom and Dad, I want to say thank you. Thank you for the years of unconditional love that you relentlessly and selflessly showed daily to me, Desiree, Gabriel, Clayton, and Elijah. You are both the 2 most selfless, strong, and faithful people I know. The world deserves to know what kind of parents and people you both actually are. I owe all the best parts of myself to the example you guys set for me. God couldn’t have gifted me with better parents and whatever the purpose behind this insane trial is, I’m ready for the purpose in it. Our story is just beginning.
Isaiah 43:2- “When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and when you pass through the rivers, they will not sweep over you. When you walk through the fire, you will not be burned; the flames will not set you ablaze.”
Letter from Gabe Woolley
This is a letter from the Gabriel Woolley, Clayton's Uncle.
Letter from Bill, Lisa, Gabe, & Glory Woolley
This is an email letter from the Woolley family pleading for help from anyone who can help to get Clayton back home.
Letter from Desiree Woolley, Claytons Mom
You all, these two most beautiful and absolutely perfect little boys are my sons Clayton (my oldest) and my baby Elijah (my youngest). Clayton was taken upon the passing of my youngest son. I along with my whole immediate family have done absolutely anything and everything asked of us and much, much, much more for the chance to be in Clayton's life. He was kidnapped (taken against his and our own will/wishes) by DHS and the Wagoner county judicial system for absolutely bogus, inhumane, and completely fabricated lies and mind you this was done with not even a shred of evidence that could not have easily been refuted in the 1st week. My poor son since being kidnapped and held (for almost 4 consecutive years) has suffered an unimaginable amount of mental abuse physical roughness and verbal abuse at the hands of his foster mother (paternal aunt) and paternal￼ grandmother. It does not help that they are completely overwhelmed and in over their heads because of lack of parenting experience, unwillingness to learn to parent a traumatized child, (FM), taking on 2 additional foster children and trying to also hold onto a job. This case has been brought to the attention of every judge in that county at the time and any and every available judge available to hear our case￼. We have also reached out an unbelievable amount of times to many DHS supervisors and leaders of our state with little to no change for my son since being removed from his loving family. Clayton has had many mental, physical and spiritual concerns arise and has not done well in the care of DHS and the guardians which he was placed with and continues to allow him to stay in their care. It has been brought to the attention of authorities, judge, and government officials that Clayton has been enduring and having to live in such these conditions yet not one person has tried to stop this from happening to my innocent son. I am asking above all else that you please pray and not just for my family but above all for my son, Clayton. I would also like to ask you guys to fervently pray for the local government, DHS and for our entire judicial system. Pray that God moves. Pray that we pave the way for God to move and pray that we start to use the wisdom to put the correct godly people into these important positions of power over us and our children so that things like this cannot happen. ￼No one would ever think of this happening to their family or their kids. No one believes it could happen to the innocent or to their own family but the more we learn we discover many others who have also been maliciously accused and dragged into the system. So I am begging you not just for me and my family and my son but for your loved ones, your kids, your city, your state, your country-- pray, pray , pray for what is right and never quit and speak out against injustice. Fight for those who can not fight for themselves. Please fill out this simple form (name and email that’s it) out to help us bring Clayton home or at least to put out more knowledge. Thank you for letting me share with you from my experience. ￼￼ Desiree