Senator Kelly Ayotte

Senator Kelly Ayotte

Thursday, July 23, 2009

More cries to re-open homicide investigations cloud NH AG Kelly Ayotte's tenure.

As ABC News reports that the silly game goes on, and on, and on....

"Patric's face was traumatized. He had lots of bruising and lots of scratches and so on. He had a torn gum. He had debris in his nose, (a result of) being chased through the woods. Or having his face pushed into the ground," said Hamlet. Hamlet said victims of the cold die in curled up, fetal positions. He said their bodies are not stretched out like Patric's was.

"You can't get any stronger voices than these people. These are all independent people," said Terrance McCarthy, an attorney for the family who has been investigating the boy's death for nearly six years.

Patric's family said their frustration is at a boiling point because New Hampshire authorities have consistently refused to reopen the case.

"This isn't just a statistic. This is my son. He's my little boy and he needs to be vindicated. He needs justice," said Dee Murray, Patric's mother.


Thursday morning the family has planned to travel to Concord, N.H., where they will ask the U.S. Attorney's office to join the investigation. O'Connell said he believes they have jurisdiction because Patric's body was found in the White Mountain National Forest.

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