Michael Emanuel Rajner

Simmie Williams, Jr. Murder Still Unsolved

Filed By Michael Emanuel Rajner | February 19, 2009 1:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Living
Tags: hate crimes against LGBT people, memorial, Simmie Williams

Yesterday, Denise King, surviving mother of Simmie Williams, Jr., spoke of her incredible grief exclusively in her first television interview with CBS-4 News Ted Scouten. In the interview Denise shares her grief and struggle for police to bring her child's murdered to justice.

36195565-1.jpgTo view the CBS-4 News interview, visit: http://cbs4.com/video/?id=71449@wfor.dayport.com

Last year, communities mobilized and responded to console Simmie's surviving family and friends.

This Sunday, February 22nd at 7pm, students of FAU's Lambda United will be organizing a memorial on the murder site, NW 10th Avenue & West Sistrunk Blvd. / NW 6th Street to increase awareness of this 1 year unsolved murder.

Please honor Simmie and support the leadership of FAU's Lambda United students and attend Sunday's memorial.


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