Serial Killer Kidnaps the WRONG Teenage Girl… and Gets BRAINWASHED by Her | The Case of Lisa McVey

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“One slip and I would’ve been dead”
Lisa McVey did not want to live past 17 years old, and on the day she wrote her goodbye letter, a red van begins to chase her while on her way home from work. Despite pedalling on her bike as fast as she can, the driver suddenly snatches her from the street and blindfolds her. For the next 26 hours, it’s up to Lisa to outsmart her captor, who is later identified as serial killer Bobby Joe Long. Today, as a cop, she wants to make sure this happens to no one else.
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Jeanny 10 aylar önce
For a woman who decides peacefully that she's going to take her own life... there's no way to take her down, the only way is up, and being stronger... what an inspiration...
Ucant Handle Truth
Ucant Handle Truth 11 gün önce
@Berenice C. what u do mean? She didn't fuck him up. She was a child. Ur acting like she kicked his ass or something. He decided to let her go. She's alive today because of that choice he made pure and simple. Maybe deep down he was ready tobgwt caught but didn't have the courage to turn himself in. But don't say this child fucked him up because she did nothing. Had he decided to kill her too there's nothing she could have done to stop it. His choice is why she is alive plain and simple. But I get u ppl need to believe that something greater was at play. Need something to root for.
Ucant Handle Truth
Ucant Handle Truth 11 gün önce
@nekisha rushing god had nothing to do with it.
stilnovista 20 gün önce
@nekisha rushing if your “God” is so great, why did he create predators and murderers?
Rosemary Rosy
Rosemary Rosy Aylar önce
@alex hernandez given by who?
YetAnotherRandomYoutubeChannel 9 aylar önce
Everyone talking about how strong she was, but I want to compliment her ridiculous intelligence... leaving fingerprints in the bathroom, flexing her bite muscles so the blindfold would be loose, absorbing all details during the car ride and remembering them to this day... she's like a movie character, honestly
Monique Hoyt
Monique Hoyt 6 gün önce
@HaloJumpmaster the killer I got away from in 1979also confessed to me that he harmed a boy I told that to the detectives. I bet there's dead bodies in the mountains. Nothing was ever done about it .
HaloJumpmaster 6 gün önce
@Monique Hoyt yep. Because they all witnessed him making an absolute fool of himself trying to ride a motorcycle without ever learning how and his ego was the sole reason all four of those people died. He can rot I. Hell too.
Monique Hoyt
Monique Hoyt 6 gün önce
@HaloJumpmaster I remember that Todd also killed her boyfriend and buried in his yard. He killed 4 people in a motorcycle shop also.
HaloJumpmaster 6 gün önce
@Monique Hoyt a similar incident happened to a young lady named Kayla Brown that was abducted by a serial killer named Todd Kohlhepp. She pretended to be his girlfriend in captivity to ensure her survival. She knew compliance was her only option and luckily after two months she was found handcuffed inside a storage container. She did what she had to do to survive.
Monique Hoyt
Monique Hoyt 6 gün önce
@Bubaiel spelled not spelt
Anne Ree
Anne Ree 7 aylar önce
The fact that the first IDIOT detective refused to believe her makes me FURIOUS. What a disgusting excuse for a detective, I hope he was fired instantly.
Jacob Shawn
Jacob Shawn 22 gün önce
He should be put behind bars... For this demeanor....... Victim statement is just upfront accepted than evidence is added along with it. It doesn't matter if it's superficial or not.... Just accept n then add evidence everything will unfold....
Boonie 27 gün önce
@Sawyer Mckey nope he got promoted to top detective and won an honorary badge
lori 💕💕
lori 💕💕 2 aylar önce
I’m so s
Molly 9 aylar önce
The fact she would have ended her life due to trauma but used trauma as a means to survive… she is incredible I’d love to read a book or see a movie if she made one. What an incredible woman.
youdontknowme 2 aylar önce
Believe me
ta domina
ta domina 6 aylar önce
there is a movie about it
Sawyer Mckey
Sawyer Mckey 6 aylar önce
the movie, it sad because it’s a true story but it’s so amazing. the way she was able to put her feelings aside and do everything she did is amazing. she’s definitely an inspiration
Molly 8 aylar önce
@lauren Ewen thanks so much 🙏🏻
lauren Ewen
lauren Ewen 8 aylar önce
There is a movie or series called “believe me” it is about her story but it’s put into a script, I cried but it’s so so good but very graphic at times and tells the whole story how she wishes to tell it.
No wey
No wey 9 aylar önce
I was molested as a child and I first told my therapist about it at 23 and she didn’t think it was a big deal because according to her I had said it in a tone like it didn’t matter .. idk how people don’t get that trauma is shown and processed differently with everyone
Jef Olson
Jef Olson Gün önce
Any therapist knows traumatic events are recounted with " flat affect". They are number to allow them to talk about it without reliving the trauma. Come on people! It's the ones who cry and scream who are probably lieing
Debbie Knight
Debbie Knight 3 gün önce
The hurtful ignorance of those we ask to bear witness is extremely difficult. What some people don't seem to understand is that often we have to emotionally distance ourselves from the trauma in order to talk about it at all. For me, if I allow myself to feel anything I would not be able to speak clearly enough to be understood ☹
Aurora Azraelle
Aurora Azraelle 4 gün önce
This!!! Monitoring someone’s trauma reactions instead of monitoring the abusive behavior exposes that person as an accomplice
press 7 gün önce
After like changing 5 doctors and years of meds and therapy I found the way to deal with depression is self motivation , mediation long hours , and self counselling, and deep spirituality.
Yulissa Agreste
Yulissa Agreste 11 gün önce
I am so sorry for that 💖 God bless you
Lucy Avarda
Lucy Avarda 7 aylar önce
Her not being "distressed enough" reminds me of when the nurses said I couldn't possibly be in labour because I was too calm and not screaming my head off. It's so frustrating. Baby came out 8 minutes later I'll add
rebecca shipman
rebecca shipman 10 gün önce
love when they’re proven wrong tho like in this case its awful that they dont believe you but when the baby comes out not even 10 minutes later they probably rethink next time someone doesnt seem like they’re in labour yk
Anusha Aylar önce
Same ☺️
57 Aylar önce
When I got impaled in my thigh with a rebar when I was a kid my school bus driver told me that it's not that bad because it's not bleeding and you are not crying. The rebar was 4cm deep in my thigh.
Reineta Squire
Reineta Squire Aylar önce
I was told that too. Lol I have high tolerance of pain and I'm not the type of person to be loud and behave certain way.
Rubí Red
Rubí Red 9 aylar önce
The fact that she went from "I'm happy because I'm gonna kms" to "I'm gonna live to make sure no one else has to go through what I went", got me crying so hard I just can't believe how strong this woman is Wich is both amazing and way too sad
Joshua Sweetvale
Joshua Sweetvale 7 aylar önce
You can do it too. Pain is temporary. Retribution is forever.
Desmarie Cruz
Desmarie Cruz 9 aylar önce
it’s infuriating that she wasn’t believed because she wasn’t “distressed enough”
tyler mcney
tyler mcney 7 gün önce
I was confronted by a "nemesis" i had behind my local convenience store. prepared for a fight, he had a knife....he was, or is a bigger dude, so dodging was fairly easy. he got winded and went back to his truck and left, since I was dodging toward the front, into public. when i got home, still kind of confused about how oddly calm and serene the whole ordeal was, told my GF and Mother...and was perplexed when they both just like, nodded like they were in a hurry and kept goin about un-interested....untill some months later when they both heard it from a random witness, and also the dude himself....and started in on me for not telling them, and then when reminded, not making it sound more urgent. weird part is he got me once in the arm, didnt break skin but left a nice black dot and a bruise that covered my entire shoulder. And doctors too, about anything at all... They never react as they should, until tests or blood or whatever, turns out the whole "remaining calm" tip should be followed by "but not TOO calm"
Andrew Offer
Andrew Offer 12 gün önce
Happened to Lindy Chamberlain when the dingo took little Azaria too.
Emmanuel Solano
Emmanuel Solano 3 aylar önce
I don't give a damn when others don't believe! It isn't their approval that my life is all about
Locus Soulous
Locus Soulous 7 aylar önce
The fact that a victim can come forward with their shit together tell cops exactly what they need to know and identify the victim while keeping calm and collected then have police not believe her must be one of the worst kick in the guts you can receive. Those officers should be charged with whatever the murderer got, how many people died, this case aside, from their complete negligence?
Aurora Azraelle
Aurora Azraelle 4 gün önce
I had to escape my abuser and ended up being abused in a shelter and almost trafficked out of some because KCPD is a trafficking front and they just label their victims as schizophrenic so they have ‘permission’ to abuse us and take away our human rights and justify our torture, essentially. These people are nasty and I have so much respect for people going into the job to ACTUALLY do a good job in these cases, not be evil and help the predator.
Aurora Azraelle
Aurora Azraelle 4 gün önce
What pisses me off is knowing that if she DID come in distressed, they would brush her off as crazy and hallucinatory. Sexual predators don’t need to be given a badge and allowed to abuse survivors and encourage every survivor to stay quiet. People that deny it need to be held legally accountable as an accomplice, not fucking promoted.
Legendary Mayor Mary Likes Turtles
Legendary Mayor Mary Likes Turtles 9 aylar önce
Survivors of child abuse DO have skills to triumph over predators! All we need is empowerment. THANK YOU LISA! 🥰
Krystal Gomez
Krystal Gomez 10 saatler önce
Oh yeah well
Fatima Proa
Fatima Proa 22 gün önce
@Susana Ramirez yesss Yahweh 👏
Ruth Tembo
Ruth Tembo Aylar önce
Thank you for sharing this 🙏🏽 May the strength of the Lord God be with you now and forever!!
Susana Ramirez
Susana Ramirez 7 aylar önce
It’s a lifelong trauma. Something similar happened to me to as a child. You must forgive the person that did it. You don’t have to tell that person you forgive them. And say the Following prayer out loud: In the name of Jesus and by the anointing of His resurrection. The Spirit of God lives in me and is the same spirit that resurrected Jesus from the Dead. I am a child of God and I am anointed by Jesus, I’m anointed by Jesus, I’m anointed by Jesus. No evil or Demon can be in my body. I Rebuke the spirit of Trauma and sexual abuse off of me in the name of Jesus, you must get off me now in the name of Jesus. We rebuke the spirit of lust off of me in the name of Jesus. I’m healed in the name of Jesus, amen 🙏 Whenever your mind reminds you of that molestation do the following prayer: In the name of Jesus, negative thoughts, you got to go, I evict you, you have no place in my mind, in my inner thoughts, in the name of Jesus Christ, I bind this devil, I break it, I destroy it, I dismantle it. I command it to leave right now. Whatever contract you had in my mind, whatever agreement I came in with, conscious or unconsciously, I break it, I destroy it and I renounce it in the name of Jesus. I put God goodness in it, I put God thoughts in it, God’s Mercy and Grace in my thinking, in my doing. God holds my tomorrow because He is already there, in Jesus name, Amen Pray it as often as you need it to help you forget that happened to you. It happened to be for so many years as a little girl till my early teens. I would think of that so often. I’m free because Jesus set me free. I want you to be free. Psychologist don’t help. Dear Lord Jesus, I accept you as my Lord and Savior and come live inside me, in Jesus name Amen 🙏
Cincin 7 aylar önce
Thank you. Yes we do. This new fashion of being a victim forever doesn't help anyone.
Beatriz carneiro
Beatriz carneiro 3 aylar önce
It makes me so furious when a victim of rape or other sexual abuse comes forward and the police doesn’t believe her because she’s not distressed enough, wants attention or didn’t told sooner her story, like, what !?!? She’s a brilliant mind, she didn’t let the panic and fear take over her and even if she was dead her fingerprints where everywhere, her blood on the car etc. She was the most intelligent young girl I’ve ever heard of.
glowing unknown
glowing unknown 6 aylar önce
Probably the smartest thing you can do as a victim is show a predator or violent person respect, as contradictory as that sounds. Such men/women typically come from a history of trauma and shame themselves, feeling unloved & numbed to society. Not to fully justify their actions as completely outside their control, but as this case shows, recognizing them as people and not "monsters" can be a powerful means to change them.
Dr Baptiste
Dr Baptiste Aylar önce
@glowing unknown I fundamentally disagree with the Panglossian assertion that no laws or prisons would magically cure criminogenic behaviour. Whilst you could indeed, argue that many “crimes” are socially constructed a society built with no consequences for deviant behaviour would descend into vigilantism and chaos. The “system” and the ruling “elite” are inherently culpable and concomitant for many crimes but we must change that through reform and an accountable political infrastructure. Socio-economic disparity is one of the key indicators of low level crime but as I stated in the original debate which was about “change” certain excessively violent offenders cannot function in society without visiting great harm onto others. True psychopathy is a complex mixture of nature vs nurture. There has been many many cases of convicted murderers gaining their freedom only to fall to the spectre of recidivism. Ultimately we must protect innocent people from predatory practices.
glowing unknown
glowing unknown Aylar önce
@Dr Baptiste - I purposely ignored the 'white collar crime' because it wasn't relevant here. But in regard to that A) it involves far fewer perpetuators than low-class crimes, and, B) These crimes are actually perfectly "normal" in the context of capitalist society. That is, the very incentive of the market is in taking advantage of others & the environment/exploitation for the sake of profit. In other words, corruption is the *basis* of the market, not a outlier behavior. There is no such thing as "greed" within the bounds of what is promoted to "get ahead". Self-maximization, whether it be labor abuses or lobbying or pyramid schemes or other unethical conducts are the logical outcome of what is required of players in order to stay competitive. It's astounding that society continues to ignore this obvious fact and only attack the most egregious examples (Enron, Holmes, etc.). Every single one of us supports an inherently crooked system by default of our actions. The only difference is the degree with which we participate, with the "successful" generally being worst offenders, since artificial scarcity & competition make it a zero-sum game. ....So yeah, enough of that tirade. Once again, this level of crime is exactly the same as low level rapists & murderers ...... they are a symptom of an old, narrowly-focused system that puts all the focus on individuals over larger order conditions. Hence, we blame certain people or groups for inevitable structural flaws. No laws or prisons will cure these cases. And like you pointed out, government equally won't fix it .... because government is merely an extension of the business enterprise/elite class due to the natural imbalance and incentives created.
glowing unknown
glowing unknown Aylar önce
​@Dr Baptiste - I recommend Dr. James Gilligan's books "Violence: Our Deadly Epidemic and It's Causes" and "Preventing Violence". He's a Harvard PhD who's spent 25+ years studying inmates in a max security prison in Boston. He knows firsthand how violent men are created and how they think. These men (and sometimes women) are the most abused and neglected people in our society. And he says that in every case the main trigger comes down to *shame* (which he also defines as 'lack of love'). They are emotionally deadened to the world due to their tragic histories and they seek violence on others in an attempt to feel some kind of emotion again (even though emotion rarely comes). ........ I'm not saying these predatory men are going to be instantly cured in some miraculous way by how we treat them, but that society needs to start seeing these individuals as broken humans that *can* be fixed with the right understandings -- that is, if we want to prevent future acts of harm; a.k.a solve problems. Elsewise, we can pretend that they're completely isolated bubbles acting purely on their own accord, as the mainstream generally does, -- despite all of the behavioral science to the contrary -- and let the patterns play out exactly as they are now, with our "justice" (revenge) system "punishing" them AFTER they predictably act out. And prisons are only a school for crime, bringing about worse outcomes over time. Any astute judge knows very well that prisons are the worst scenario they can prescribe for a "criminal" and thus they try to avoid that sentencing if possible. Unfortunately, the legal system runs completely counter to modern understandings - something which is unlikely to change soon since it's also a highly lucrative field $$$ raking in billions. "Problems create profit". * a good indicator of how our distorted culture creates violence is to recognize that the vast lion's share of it occurs within the poor class (same as does nearly all crime; and in fact laws are directly aimed at the poor for this reason). You'll practically never see a rich man randomly attack a woman on the streets or shoot up a mall. Not only is "poverty the worst form of violence", it's the main cause of the other acts of violence. Take for instance child predators. Most come from poor households with alcoholic parents. It doesn't mean alleviating poverty will reduce every incident of child abuse, but it's certainly the best place to start. The original victims are those with a broken past. ** yes, there are examples of true "monsters" out there; a.k.a. psychopaths like Ted Bundy. But these are rare exceptions (outside the bell curve) which science has yet to understand. It does not justify ignoring the majority of cases with traceable causes & treatments.
BIGGY BRO 9 aylar önce
Wow the fact that she went on to become a sheriff and now helps others is amazing. I applaud her, she earned her stripes 👏
Jacki Moon
Jacki Moon 9 aylar önce
This poor girl only survived because she had already been victimized so many times and psychologically damaged to such an extent that she knew how to play his game and that in itself is disgusting
Sub if you are against antifa and BLM
Sub if you are against antifa and BLM 2 aylar önce
It’s sad, I’m a 50-year-old man and have been married 30 years but sex has never been that important. especially not important enough to destroy someone’s life.
Ju Ma Ma
Ju Ma Ma 7 aylar önce
@Grace what's the part you don't get I didn't give him credit for anything that's why it's the universe working it's ways, not him. And I'm not trying to act big brain it's the first thing I thought of, but then y'all went on and on about it.. so i responded. And yes I will take your comment as calling me intelligent thank you
Yelena Angeleski
Yelena Angeleski 7 aylar önce
@ana rup No, not because nothing band's happened to you. If that were true, how do you know you freeze in dangerous situations?! Flee, fight, or freeze: the three in-born ways of reacting to danger. Yours happens to be freeze, and once you know this, you can consciously override it. Not easy, but doable.
Evelyn Paterson
Evelyn Paterson 8 aylar önce
Huge respect for this woman! Also a very intelligent one! So much suffering and degradation and she has turned it around completely.
S. O I
S. O I 7 aylar önce
LS406 9 aylar önce
As a survivor this really hit me. I’ve felt so defeated, especially lately.
Maro Fontaine
Maro Fontaine Aylar önce
I'm so sorry it happened to you. You're a survivor,not a victim anymore. You are not defeated,not ever. Move forward sister and live! You are not alone ❤️
SneakysLady 3 aylar önce
Hope your still going strong
vice2versa 4 aylar önce
This guy is who elliot rodger and many incels wish to be.
Jenna Nova
Jenna Nova 7 aylar önce
Stay strong
Lindsey Owen
Lindsey Owen 8 aylar önce
The detachment is the reason she was so composed. A magnificent coping mechanism, if it weren’t for that then maybe he’d not have been caught because it enabled her to think, and remember everything important and have the calm enough mind to leave evidence. Brave lady
Danna V
Danna V 6 aylar önce
What I love about this channel is that you're not left feeling sad for the survivors. They really focus on the fact that the survivors survived and are thriving now and that is the most uplifting way to share these tragic stories. This gives people hope and inspires people and I'm very happy to find a channel that presents these disturbing stories with such positivity.
Rachel June
Rachel June 7 aylar önce
2K people thumbed this down because they're probably the psychopaths. Such a tragic experience you went through, but you rose from it and used your awful experience as a way to help you want to live life and grow and use that to help protect others. Thank you.
qwerty frog
qwerty frog 2 aylar önce
It's horrid of them to thumbs down this video showing the hardships and abuse of Lisa.
qwerty frog
qwerty frog 2 aylar önce
@zalfany Ohh thank youuu
zalfany 3 aylar önce
@John Doe there’s a google chrome extension for it :)
John Doe
John Doe 6 aylar önce
How do you see thumbs down?
Rachel June
Rachel June 6 aylar önce
@michael onyeka 💯 Exactly!
Just a Blink
Just a Blink 9 aylar önce
Mad respect for this woman, I have seen many rape cases on internet, but that one sentence "Thank you for choosing me and not another 17 years old little girl" is more heart touching than any dialogue or quote, I think her bravery and intelligence should be respected
Nįkė Mārajé
Nįkė Mārajé 7 aylar önce
kate 7 aylar önce
My heart breaks for these women and the other young women who lost their lives at his hands. What incredible strength. They have been through so much. 😪💔
Sierrah Osborne
Sierrah Osborne 3 aylar önce
A lot of people are talking about her great memory, I think it is so sad how much she recalls. You can tell she relives that night constantly. It haunts her thoughts and dreams, that trauma you never forgot.
MeiMei 7 aylar önce
seeing her remembering every detail, leave fingerprints, working to protect people, and honoring the girls who didn't escape, really shwos her second chance, and being able to stop his crimes must have lifted some of the weight off her shoulders
Hey 7 aylar önce
the fact that she went through all that, and what carried her on wasn't hate or revenge, it was her love for family and concern for future possible victims. This person , im gnna cry.
c des
c des 3 aylar önce
Love really can conquer hate when the stars are all lined up.
sxiifx. 19 gün önce
I remember watching a movie named "Believe me" it was based on this story I believe. It's just incredible how Lisa was so smart at the age of 17, leaving fingerprints in the bathroom, remembering everything in the car and also where they went. She is just amazing!
MagicDuskieee 7 aylar önce
Absolutely inspirational but at the same time I can't help but compare myself to her. It's been over 2 years since I escaped my life long abuser and I don't know how to pull it together and use my pain to help others like she does. It truly takes a strong person to do that
Saira AbuBakr
Saira AbuBakr 5 aylar önce
May God give you the strength to pull through.
Virgo Child
Virgo Child 6 aylar önce
Read The Word
Luisa Ritosa
Luisa Ritosa 6 aylar önce
It takes time, and therapy. Her therapy is her job I guess. Try to find help.
Atlis De Macro
Atlis De Macro 7 aylar önce
You are strong too, it's just that people cope differently with trauma. Allow yourself that space to heal, it can take a lot of time.
Danielle Feller
Danielle Feller 9 aylar önce
It’s outrageous that they tell victims they’re supposed to act or feel a certain way. Abuse is abuse and I’m honestly disgusted that there is A stereotype on how you’re supposed to feel.
DabDaddy 2 aylar önce
@Maya Men didn't decide how women should act. women just figured out that if they behave a certain way they'll never find a man
NattoSumi 8 aylar önce
@summer you're saying men accusing women of lying is somehow worse than women lying about sexual abuse?? Are you gaslighting me?
Be Andal
Be Andal 9 aylar önce
Yeah, what the actual heck?! We are different and of course everyone would act a certain way if they deal with abuse! That doesn't mean we should suspect that they are lying and not believe them. The police sometimes makes me sick.
Heeeeer'es Rossy!
Heeeeer'es Rossy! 9 aylar önce
He certainly messed with the wrong person. The fact that the police didn't believe her at first, shows how ultra confident she was. Hell, she could account for everything during her capture...all while bind folded! A truly amazing woman x
Lilbit Sleepy
Lilbit Sleepy 8 aylar önce
What an admirable woman! She grabbed life with both hands and reclaimed it for herself.
Johnna unicorn
Johnna unicorn 6 aylar önce
She made the smartest moves I’ve ever seen from a victim she left her fingerprints everywhere, tried to remember all the places she went past and places nice with her captor
Katoratic 9 aylar önce
Im just so glad shes here. Im so glad she fought. One of the worst things that can happen ended up saving her life. Im so happy she is here to tell her story. She saved so many lives.
zmilorad 7 aylar önce
But what about the guy who sexually abused her at home? He also deserved severe punishment.
Molly G
Molly G 17 gün önce
He probably got his. You reap what you sow.
Nįkė Mārajé
Nįkė Mārajé 7 aylar önce
Yeah I wonder what he got
Just Jen Reacts
Just Jen Reacts 9 aylar önce
“My grandma’s boyfriend put a gun to my head while he molested me for three years. It was nothing new to me” wow. Those words in their own are haunting.
Nįkė Mārajé
Nįkė Mārajé 7 aylar önce
@Cathy Butcher sad but true
Susana Ramirez
Susana Ramirez 7 aylar önce
It’s a lifelong trauma. Something similar happened to me to as a child. You must forgive the person that did it. You don’t have to tell that person you forgive them. And say the Following prayer out loud: In the name of Jesus and by the anointing of His resurrection. The Spirit of God lives in me and is the same spirit that resurrected Jesus from the Dead. I am a child of God and I am anointed by Jesus, I’m anointed by Jesus, I’m anointed by Jesus. No evil or Demon can be in my body. I Rebuke the spirit of Trauma and sexual abuse off of me in the name of Jesus, you must get off me now in the name of Jesus. We rebuke the spirit of lust off of me in the name of Jesus. I’m healed in the name of Jesus, amen 🙏 Whenever your mind reminds you of that molestation do the following prayer: In the name of Jesus, negative thoughts, you got to go, I evict you, you have no place in my mind, in my inner thoughts, in the name of Jesus Christ, I bind this devil, I break it, I destroy it, I dismantle it. I command it to leave right now. Whatever contract you had in my mind, whatever agreement I came in with, conscious or unconsciously, I break it, I destroy it and I renounce it in the name of Jesus. I put God goodness in it, I put God thoughts in it, God’s Mercy and Grace in my thinking, in my doing. God holds my tomorrow because He is already there, in Jesus name, Amen Pray it as often as you need it to help you forget that happened to you. It happened to be for so many years as a little girl till my early teens. I would think of that so often. I’m free because Jesus set me free. I want you to be free. Psychologist don’t help. Dear Lord Jesus, I accept you as my Lord and Savior and come live inside me, in Jesus name Amen 🙏
Kenneth 7 aylar önce
@Annie Romero I knew a girl with a methhead mother and grandmother, until she got away it was tragic
Malika Debbah
Malika Debbah 8 aylar önce
She was a very brave young girl and by sheer determination, courage, intelligence and strength she is still alive. The sad thing was that the police did not believe her because she was calm and giving details of her abduction. Luckily someone trusted her. Though her terrible ordeal, she made a success of her life. Lady, you have all my respect and you are an inspiration to all of us.
Blackdog 7 aylar önce
This woman is a remarkable human being. Her intelligence, moral character & spiritual strength set her apart. I am totally humbled by her story.
Pippa 6 aylar önce
Who would have thought that in a way, a serial killer saved her life. I'm so glad she's still here. This world is a better place with her in it.
A 5 aylar önce
I'm sorry she had to go through all of that. She did not have the right parental guidance but I'm glad she survived. She is a inspiration to a lot of women.
Maureen 7 aylar önce
Ironically her kidnapping and brutal torture may have ultimately saved not just her but many other innocent women. Even more ironically her past abuse had turned her into the ultimate survivor--who else would think to leave fingerprints, flex their jaw to cause slack in a blindfold, etc. It was in her misfortune that she found her strength, an amazing story about an amazing woman.
Shantai 9 aylar önce
The fact that she wasn’t believed because she didn’t look like other victims.. she was “composed” and not distressed infuriates me. I was molested at 4 and eventually my mom took me to the police when she found out what was happening. I wasn’t believed at 4 years old because I wasn’t distressed. I was in shock and didn’t understand what was happening. The police thought my mom told me to lie. I’m angry to this day.
stefan 8 aylar önce
Its just horrible how you all got treated by the ones you where going in the need of help. I hope for all the victems that still need that and the people next to them that trying to help get the right care.
Yolenia Lee
Yolenia Lee 9 aylar önce
@Sempiternel Desiderata Being by her side. You don't need to always speak. Sometimes just showing you are willing to be around is enough. (From my own experience as a survivor of mental and physical abuse from my mother in mh childhood and rape from a stranger later on) A harder one that not everyone can do as easily would be removing toxic people from her life. I have completely cut off my parents. Its been about 4 years now since I last spoke or saw them. It's been better on me both mentally and physically (I was daignosed at 19 with PTSD and BPD in the pysch ward I stayed) I have bad waves of depression every now and then where I don't want people around or to talk to me. My husband and best friends understand but stay within reach. Many times they send a text saying they thought of me and to say they love me. My daughter can sometimes just sense it (I truly believe when people say kids are very sensitive to parents emotions) and she'll come over and just give me a hug or kiss and go back to playing. Or we'll cuddle and watch a movie. Sometimes I can be more honest with my daughter about how I'm feeling then with anyone else (she's 7 now). For example, I'll tell her I feel down because someone said something that hurt my feelings and she'll just look at me and say something like that's ok because she doesn't believe them. She may not know big words but she shows she's trying to understand. The whole reason I didn't end my life on my final suicide attempt at 19 was because I got pregnant with her. She was my only lifeline then. Now I got my husband, 2 kids, and baby on the way. I can't do that to them. Sorry I ranted but just couldn't give you a few words without explaining how they helpeed me. I know your mother and I aren't the same so some of the advice might not work. Just know you asking and caring enough to try is the best thing you could do for her. I can tell you love her very much.
Catherine Kennedy
Catherine Kennedy 9 aylar önce
I've been raped and none of my family believed me. I have a mental illness so I was told by two family members that I was lying and another one that I must have been delusional. It was excruciating. 😥😭
Alèxia 9 aylar önce
Jesus, I’m so fucking sorry. I just want to say I believe you, and you know the truth, you know you’re not lying. I believe you. I hope karma comes for them all.
boogereatr420 9 aylar önce
it’s sad this story ever happened, but it is a heartwarming story, she got justice for all these souls that were taken, she became a protector because she decided helping people instead of giving up was her calling, she went from not wanting to stand to wanting to fight. it’s really beautiful. i hope she’s lived/living a perfect life.
aneta k.
aneta k. 7 aylar önce
The last phrase gave me the chills. What a brave woman. How courageous she is.
Robin Watkins
Robin Watkins 7 aylar önce
Utmost respect for this phenomenal woman. She's a true champion.
Kittykat 7 aylar önce
This woman is so brave , smart , and strong I can't even imagine being this resourceful in a situation like this . she has earned my respect
Shann Simms
Shann Simms 2 aylar önce
I’ve heard her story sooooo many time and the awe I feel towards her never fades.
Ava Menendez
Ava Menendez 9 aylar önce
I am so glad she decided to be a police officer! We need women police officers and detectives to fight for sexually abused children!!
c des
c des 3 aylar önce
And be one of many women - and men - who can change the system from within.
Sae Beee
Sae Beee 7 aylar önce
@Donov Zeek I think one of the main things is that male perpetrators are more common than female perpetrators and a lot of times right after someone has been sa they don’t want the same gender as the perpetrators especially if the victim is a child so therefor female officers are important.
Almo gxchq🐀🐁
Almo gxchq🐀🐁 7 aylar önce
@70R¥ Molested not raped though idk if it counts. Family was included, though never revealed it. Don't want to either because I have forgiven my abusers. One of them is still toxic, but I was and still am quite numb so i can't bring myself to care. It happened from when i was 4 upto 12. I remember feeling dislocated and just overall scared. I didn't have anyone to turn to, and my mother was facing her own battles. I didn't want to cause I divorce so I held on. I became completely numb. To both the molestations and bullying. Abuse didn't bother me. Though i think back to the early ages alone at night. i remember being scared of men. I was very shy.. for reasons that my comment has made obvious. I'm not sympathetic to myself, I partially don't care. But somehow 4-5 year old me seems like a different person. I sympathise with her, and wish I could off protected her. I know everything she felt back then, and for sure I know I wouldn't feel comfortable around a man interrogating me about my case with a man as the abuser. Kid's aren't moral, they learn from experience. I'm never biased, since my past made me quite stable and maybe numb to some extent. So this is purely based on my knowledge. I don't resent men, I don't resent people in general. I just don't wanna get myself associated with anyone again. Humans are such vague creatures. They let their emotions guide them a bit too much, sensitive, and yet hypocritical. Just a basic statement to see, and such a basic thing to understand, such a clear opinion, yet look at the amount of people debating over it.
Frog 7 aylar önce
And policemen
ZosiaSamosiaOo 8 aylar önce
His never-to-be future victims are walking around today alive and living their lives to the fullest. What an inspiring woman and a great story of survival of someone that was supposed to be gone twice that day.
Marcia Hart
Marcia Hart 7 aylar önce
I love this story of growing and not being a victim, but being a survivor and helping others. God bless you sweetheart! So proud of everything you've done. Your amazing 👏
Stella Rae
Stella Rae 3 aylar önce
The fact they didn’t believe her because she seemed so calm is so ignorant. Some people go numb or go into shock when/after they experience trauma. Not everyone experiences grief the same way. I hope they learned a lot from this.
Lavender 5 aylar önce
That speech that she gave at the end of this video gave me goosebumps. She is so strong. I hope her grandma's boyfriend also got caught for ruining her life.
𝓛𝓸𝓵𝓪 Aylar önce
This victim was being severely abused at home by her own family. God bless her for being able to escape this monsters grip. It's shocking she's even alive with what's she's been through. God bless her 🕊
Youni Verse
Youni Verse 9 aylar önce
"Thank you for choosing me and not another 17 year old girl"... that hit hard. Nothing is taking this woman down! Mad respect to her!
Brenda Dickson
Brenda Dickson 9 aylar önce
She is a Boss👏👏👏👏
Rebecca Gomes
Rebecca Gomes 8 aylar önce
This woman was/is Awesome and how she turned her tragedy into triumph to protect other young girls is Phenomenal- thank you!!!
elithunder 8 aylar önce
What an amazing and powerful story!! Even the tree earrings she wore towards the end spoke volumes of her redemption!!! Incredible woman! ❤
Zwastiun Burzy
Zwastiun Burzy 7 aylar önce
What an amazing individual, I'm also glad that subhuman, evil creature chose her. She is the epitome of strength of character. And intelligent and quick thinking to boot. On a side note, what she said about being "happy" once she'd made up her mind to take her own life, is quite common amongst those people that have decided to go ahead with their plans to end themselves. So, if you know someone that has been depressed, or morose, they feel the weight of the world upon their shoulders, and then one day out of the blue, all of a sudden, they're cheerful, happy, and so much more relaxed than usual, that is the sign that you, if you care at all about this person, you need to face them, tell them that you love them, and together you will work through their troubles. Tell them it won't be all beer and skittles, but with your help and love, you know that they can and will get to a place where they actually feel good about getting out of bed each morning. And whatever you do, whatever plans you may need to reschedule, do not leave them alone for the next few days. Be honest with them, but also ensure that they realise someone treasures and loves them. Please, please do this. It really is a matter of life and death.
C L 6 aylar önce
I have seen this woman on other police shows... not her story but about a case she's worked. Wow, I had no idea what she had been through. Such a strong woman.
Ga Mtn Girl
Ga Mtn Girl 7 aylar önce
I knew this story. But this is definitely the most well-done version. Her strength brings me to tears.
K Wil
K Wil 9 aylar önce
Not only is she incredibly smart and brave, the irony that her previous trauma allowed her to already have a coping mechanism. And her strength and demeanor, are what made the cops initially think she lying. And her incredible recollection saved so many girls. You gave people of a trauma a voice and even people without trauma to aspire!
Shatakshi Singh Chauhan
Shatakshi Singh Chauhan 8 aylar önce
A very disturbing case of everything happens for a reason. How many lives were saved by her, and what she had to go through to be able to survive all of it.
Kkay 7 aylar önce
Just WOW! What a story, so sad but empowering! So happy that this woman was able to find her inner strength & help capture this sicko as well as change her life & help the lives of others along the way! Way to move beyond the pain & hurt!
LYV 9 aylar önce
I’m floored by her bravery and admire her will to live despite the shock of being so close to death.. in those horrific moments of darkness she realizes her purpose and shifts into survival mode… it pains me that she went through this, no one should go through it… that fight mode THAT is what made the difference. God she was quick and so smart! So VERY Smart! She could’ve been his tenth victim! Thank YOU 🙏 Lisa!! For continuing to make a difference ❤️
Spice flake
Spice flake 3 gün önce
Wow, what amazing story! This is living proof, that sometimes you gotta get through the lowest parts in life, to get to the highest or even just be appreciative of life itself. Not saying she deserved it or anything, but If she didn't go through this, and didn't develop the will and strength to live then she would have just killed herself, like she planned to. We all have a reason to live, we just gotta get through it❤❤❤
Rebecca Jones
Rebecca Jones 9 aylar önce
What an inspiration this woman is.
Florence 7 aylar önce
Took her survival for a new beginning! She's amazing. Beyond amazing actually. I'm glad someone cared and helped her. Her upper hand, growing up with trauma.
🌸Corrie🌸 9 aylar önce
I hate how victims are supposed to "act" a certain way. The poor girl had been molested as a child and no one person is the same. She is a survivor and acted as such and I for one commend her
🌸Corrie🌸 7 aylar önce
@ShayniBC exactly and what gets me is some of the ones defending her have been abused themselves. If that's the case, they should be able to see right through her lies. She's a gaslighter and manipulator and we've been through it and can see the truth. Heck, even people that haven't been through it can see her lies but oh well, I guess we'll always have people that think automatically she was abused because she's female. Thanks for being so kind as well and I wish you the best
ShayniBC 7 aylar önce
@🌸Corrie🌸 All the best to you as well. I agree this wasn't the time or the comment thread to do it in, but I do believe that when people are trying to defend abusers it needs addressed. I hope you have a wonderful day.
🌸Corrie🌸 7 aylar önce
@ShayniBC I agree with you and also sympathize because I too have been through a shit ton of abuse, wether it be sexual, domestic, or emotional since I was a young child and this is why I'm replying to you because you get it when it comes to the Johnny Depp case, just like the others that saw through Turds lies. I wasn't going to talk about it because it doesn't have anything to do with the case discussed in this video but because so many have spoken about it, I felt it was time to say I agree with all who were behind Johnny Depp. All the best to you my dear
🌸Corrie🌸 7 aylar önce
@GG yes, not just the states either unfortunately. It's pretty sad imo
Fitzliputzli23 7 aylar önce
Self confidence, coolness, empathy and a probably pretty high IQ - this combination saved not only her life but those of possible future victims.
Jeya 7 aylar önce
I'm so so proud of her I can't even imagine being this brave.
with spaaaam
with spaaaam 6 aylar önce
Now that is one exceptional strong woman right there! This is so inspiring. To grow from the dark experiences and be light for others. We need more people like her. People who underwent horrible abuse and decide to continue life and uplift others. Reminding others that each day is a new beginning. God bless to this woman! And to all who reads this. 🙏🏻
Self Proclaimed Singer
Self Proclaimed Singer 8 aylar önce
I relate to "Thank you for choosing me and not another 17-year-old little girl," so much. I was 3 when my sexual abuse started which quickly progressed to rape for multiple years. By around 9, was suicidal because of a lot of complex emotions. Sometimes people say I'm sorry it happened to you, and the only thing I would think is that if not me, someone else. Not because like Lisa McVey (who is wonderful, brave, intelligent, and such an inspiration) I was capable of dealing with the situation in such an inspiring way but because I know how much it can affect a person and I wouldn't rather it be anyone else. But I hope she never put herself in situations that put her in a vulnerable situation to stop it from happening to others like I sometimes used to do. While the thought is extremely self-less, I hope no one takes their self-less-ness to points where it is harmful to yourself.
Nįkė Mārajé
Nįkė Mārajé 7 aylar önce
You're so strong Im so sorry for what happened to you and I really admire how you chose to live with your trauma
Alos 9 aylar önce
Lifetime made a movie about her. It’s one of the actually well done ones. It’s called “Believe Me: The Abduction Lisa McVey”. I encourage everyone who can to watch it. This young woman went through hell and yet she never allowed herself to become a victim.
l o 5 5 5 e r
l o 5 5 5 e r 9 aylar önce
I loved how she said the first thing she saw after being released was a big oak tree and it felt to her like a new branch of life. Then years later when she was speaking in front of all those people, she was wearing earrings with a big tree on them. Definitely not a coincidence, but a little detail, a reminder of how strong she was, and is, and how far she’s come.
Nįkė Mārajé
Nįkė Mārajé 7 aylar önce
Amina Bam
Amina Bam 9 aylar önce
I noticed that too Nd wondered how much Tree of life jewelry or even wood jewelry she wears in honor of her ordeal.
Ann Exists
Ann Exists 9 aylar önce
also about her's not just any tree, it's the tree of LIFE
Giulia 9 aylar önce
Troll Baby
Troll Baby 9 aylar önce
@Nico Greco 🥹 That means a whole lot, I can’t begin to express my gratitude for you taking the time to comment back and gifting me those kind words. As corny as I may sound, it feels like a hug from above. God bless you, have a beautiful weekend and life🙏❤️
BJ 3 aylar önce
God I’m so proud of her and so heartbroken for those who didn’t survive 😢
Danielle Rogers
Danielle Rogers 6 aylar önce
I’m so happy she decided to keep fighting to survive! Also love how she wore oak tree earrings during her speech at the end ❤
Pfin8 8 aylar önce
She’s is an incredible human! So strong and I hope life has given her all the wonderful things she deserves!
Gyrus. 2 aylar önce
You’d be surprised (or cynically not surprised) to know just how many survivors of assault are turned away from help if they appear to people as different than how a survivor should act. In reality, trauma affects people in completely polar ways sometimes. There is a really good Netflix series called Unbelievable that is based off of a Pulitzer Prize winning article about a true start of one of these types of incidents (but with a trigger warning for sa).
Angel 9 aylar önce
During the whole thing my mind was singing "you're the man, but I got, I got, I got the power". It might sound silly for me to be doing so, but I really think it fits her. She went through trauma and found a way to overcome it, getting stronger from her experience. There's nothing that can stop this woman but herself and I'm feeling very proud.
Sarah Ryan
Sarah Ryan 9 aylar önce
The detectives clearly didn’t understand that a lot of trauma survivors are able to go through incredibly traumatic experiences and be OK, and calm afterward. We’re used to horrors.
Richa 9 aylar önce
@Autumn well then you're using it wrong. It literally means "legally true". The other meaning is "very good". Well what's so good about shi* on bed? 🤣 And it's legally true only if you saw that first hand, like saw Amber putting it on the bed.
Autumn 9 aylar önce
@Richa I saw legit in almost every conversation doesn’t mean I emotionally serious and saying I’ve seen it first hand. 🤷🏽‍♀️
Noel's Maison
Noel's Maison 9 aylar önce
Exactly. They’re so dumb, like the human brain is made for survival. We go through a lot and still manage to somehow deal with it and continue with our lives. I am a victim of sexual abuse and nobody would be able to tell that I’ve been through it without me telling them.
that one guy
that one guy 9 aylar önce
@chai momma shot by who?? Damn
Salt Of The Earth
Salt Of The Earth 8 aylar önce
Thank you for not committing suicide like you wanted to do. You were put here for a reason and you were brave enough to step into that calling. ♥️ what a beautiful story of a beautiful butterfly.
YoshiSuk 9 aylar önce
Obviously, she is such a very smart and strong woman. She did techiniques that I am taking notes. He can't hurt her anymore because she has already been molested even before for 3 years. The unfortunate events in her life is so painful but she still stand steong like a super woman just wow.
Willow 7 aylar önce
Even Long sensed that she was special, that’s why he let her go. Nothing but sincere respect for this lady!!!
Rebecca Robinson
Rebecca Robinson 7 aylar önce
What an incredible, incredible woman you are Lisa. Knowing there are strong women out in the world like you gives me hope for a brighter future. We can protect each other and help one another despite our experiences.
Priscilla Ajayi
Priscilla Ajayi 9 aylar önce
The end of this video almost got me bawling my eyes out in public. Thank you Lisa for forging ahead in spite of it all.
Cole Allen
Cole Allen 9 aylar önce
So inspirational that she became a police officer to stop crimes like the ones that happen to her. What an amazing woman!
jen lewis
jen lewis 7 aylar önce
@Dick Diamonds Son, I would tell you to stop assuming and actually do some research to discover what Qualified Immunity is (it's not even close tom what you eluded). But it seems you've already made your mind up about, carry own ;)
cynthia keller
cynthia keller 9 aylar önce
@cecilia So you are saying acab to Officer Lisa McVey? For shame, GTFOH!
Ted Bundy
Ted Bundy 9 aylar önce
Javin Richardson
Javin Richardson 9 aylar önce
Jeimy Karina Sarez-Pinchard
Jeimy Karina Sarez-Pinchard 9 aylar önce
What an amazing and strong young lady, who went on to become an amazing and strong woman. Truly inspiring. I got chills. 💗
David McKay II
David McKay II 7 aylar önce
To all those people out there in pain, or going through this. Don't give up, fight. Darkest before the light.
RBeatz' Remix's
RBeatz' Remix's 7 aylar önce
Mad respect for this woman ! May you serve and protect others wihtout any problems !
Zeezee Time
Zeezee Time 8 aylar önce
Incredibly inspirational how she turned pain into purpose
Bez Toop
Bez Toop 2 aylar önce
What a brave and inspirational woman a true survivor not a victim ... her story brought tears to my eyes.
Roi5in 4 aylar önce
lisa is such an incredible woman this video doesn’t even begin to touch the iceberg of her abuse when she wasn’t believed by the first police officer she came home to her abusive grandmother and the grandmothers boyfriend and they beat her for being out for so long 😢 she’s so brave ❤
Steph 4 aylar önce
I love her story! May God keep giving her strength and courage!
Daisy perri
Daisy perri 6 aylar önce
Great video! I can’t believe you started your channel just a few month ago. Kudos to this lady who stay strong and put the killer behind bars. Truly inspiring that the victim grew up to be a protector.😭😭
Marcia Duncan
Marcia Duncan 7 aylar önce
This is some kind of divine rescue where a young lady who was eager to take her own life all of sudden was put in a position where she wanted to now fight for her life and appreciate survival.
Torie Torreano
Torie Torreano 8 aylar önce
She's incredible! What a hero she is!
Laura Rivera
Laura Rivera 9 aylar önce
She is an inspiration. Not all victims need to tell their story in a certain manner, and she is proof of a very smart and strong woman.
Fairy 9 aylar önce
Yes very disappointing
xtan 9 aylar önce
@Jessica Aitken really?
Laura Rivera
Laura Rivera 9 aylar önce
@Jessica Aitken not all. Some do not have her strength, and that's ok. We are not all the same. Women, like men, are individuals who have strengths and weaknesses. And not all are smart.
Jessica Aitken
Jessica Aitken 9 aylar önce
All women are strong and smart wtf
R B 9 aylar önce
@【ノワル】иοιя Hope you're doing fine! Stay strong 🤙
Bella Atlantis
Bella Atlantis 9 aylar önce
What an amazing strength! Emotionally, intellectually, this woman is an inspiration 🙌🏼
ريناد 2 aylar önce
I love the fact that she chose to be smart from the beginning and collect evidences and leave her dna all over the place instead of just being scared, she was so brave for that
PinkFluffy Unicorn
PinkFluffy Unicorn 7 aylar önce
A fact that attracts attention to me again and again is, no matter which muderer or kidnapper it is about, you mostly can see it in the eyes of that people if they are evil.
Thirteenx 5 aylar önce
It’s amazing how she became a sheriff to help other kids 💕
Aloe 17 gün önce
wow, she was ridiculously intelligent leaving evidence everywhere. bless her 🙏
K D 9 aylar önce
It kind if annoyed me how the cops at the press conference made it sound like it was all down to good police work. That little girl literally dragged their lazy asses and pointed out the guy and had to fight them to believe her story and do something about arresting the serial killer. He had killed so many young girls and the cops had done nothing.
Romana Maryem
Romana Maryem 9 aylar önce
@Sacha what's the movie called
lova368 9 aylar önce
Yolie Remeza
Yolie Remeza 9 aylar önce
I can only imagine how perfect of a human being you must be to be expecting cops to behave as if they had a crystal ball. 🔮 This little girl was so extraordinary that she didn’t even act like a victim. Instead of putting down someone for having a healthy amount of skepticism to allocate resources efficiently, you should be admiring how incredibly strong this little was that not only did cops couldn’t see her as a victim at first, BUT-she even got her rapist to not want to kill her like he had done to others! I assure you that if most victims of rape and kidnap had her demeanor, they would have believed her much sooner. Anyway, the great thing is that she was her own savior and the cops DID help her get the guy and put it where he belongs.
Regan Fisher
Regan Fisher 7 aylar önce
I can't fathom her life before, during and after. She is incredible 💙
Ruba Dargazali
Ruba Dargazali 7 aylar önce
This needs to be a movie,everyone has to see this ,such an inspirational story of a young brave lady
Kiliwe Skundla
Kiliwe Skundla 7 aylar önce
"Believe me" This is the name of the movie.
Briana Vyas
Briana Vyas 8 aylar önce
THIS is freakin empowering! I got chills, she is the real superhero of our world and we need more people like her
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