Laflin native’s death will remain a mystery
A young Luzerne County native lay dead on the floor of her cop boyfriend’s apartment in South Carolina from a gunshot blast that tore through her heart.
The Citizens Voice
BY ROBERT KALINOWSKI
...South Carolina Attorney General Henry McMaster has closed the case without making a ruling either way. He says it would be “impossible” to know what happened the night the Laflin Borough native died, largely due to a flawed investigation from the very start when police were tasked with investigating the house of one of their own... That’s what upsets Wrazen family attorney, Tim Kulp, the most. “It seems to be somewhat illogical to say we’re closing the case and to say at the same time there are so many unanswered questions,” Kulp said recently... Investigators were quick to label Wrazen’s death a suicide. Unsatisfied, Wrazen’s family then hired Kulp and private investigators to dig deeper into the case. The county coroner refused to go along with police findings and held a rare coroner’s inquest to determine how Wrazen died. A jury ruled Wrazen was murdered... “We concluded, number one, there is absolutely no evidence whatsoever of suicide, none,” Kulp said. “She was shot through the heart in her finance’s apartment with his gun and found by him. That’s an excellent starting point for an investigation”...
The article says the family is distraught but remains hopeful.
So do I.
And I'm lifting it in prayer - that God take this case into His full loving care and horizonless power.
To anyone who is a believer, and who may read this, please join me - not in a prayer against anyone - but simply for truth revealed.
All in love.
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