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Felicia lived with my parents for a couple of years. She became a part of our family with her joyous, sweet spirit. My two daughters, ages 2 and 31/2 at the time of her death, were to be flower girls in her wedding. She was about to embark on the next phase of her life by marrying her fiance. I named my youngest daughter after her so we will never forget. It is not a matter of holding hate in our heart rather that they did the crime and must pay the price that justice has ordered. Have you heard how they kidnapped her from a church conference? Have you heard how she was singing praise songs in the back seat of her car when they turned around and shot her execution style in the head? Have you heard how she was dumped over a railing like trash? Have your heard how initially they thought she was a victim of the Spokane Serial Killer so she must be a prostitute? Have you heard how she was buried in her wedding dress since she would never see that day? It makes me so very sad thinking about the loss of her once again. It was a triple tragedy that day because two young men chose to take a life. However the greater tragedy is that Felicia had no choice in the matter. Both Boot boys had choice that fateful day, unfortunately they made a terrible, long lasting choice that forever changed their life. I hope that Kevin has done all he can behind bars to better himself. Every day is full of choices whether you are free or behind bars.
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