Devon Epps: The Missing Memorial Page

Brad Willis

Brad Willis is a writer based in Greenville, South Carolina. Willis spent a decade as an award-winning broadcast journalist. He has worked as a freelance writer, columnist, and professional blogger since 2005. He has also served as a commentator and guest on a wide variety of television, radio, and internet shows.

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  1. Anonymous Anonymous says:

    Wow! You can look at that and also see an overwrought parent trying to face the horror. Or…

    There is the parents in a similar legal setting that returned to England recent after being seriously questioned by Portuguese police.

    In a small town outside of Chicago, a man was arrested for the murder of his daughter who was stolen from the home and found in a nearby river. The man spent a goodly amount of time in jail awaiting trial. He was cleared by DNA evidence recently.

    And, of course, OJ is back.

    Courts, media, public opinion conspire to reach the truth. But, how often do we ever know the real truth?

    In situations like these, are we seeking truth or just superiority?

  2. Anonymous Anonymous says:

    This parents child had just died. When did she have time to create this FANCY website? What gets me is she gets the date of her own sons death wrong!!! How does that happen? i don’t believe a word that comes out of her mouth. I’ve met the girl, she did it!!!!

  3. And when did her friends have the time to change their screen names and pictures to be Devon related and find all different myspace sympathy cards? Apparently, these people spend way too much time on myspace. Judging by Amanda’s two myspaces, it seems like she’s one to express herself in writing, so I don’t think it’s a completely abnormal emotional reaction for her to spend time on her myspace after his death. But in the light of all the other holes in her story, it comes off as a calculated sympathy grab. I think she thought so too, and that’s why it’s no longer online. It must be killing her to give up myspace. Do they allow that in prison?

  4. Anonymous Anonymous says:

    I am glad you are not giving up on this story. This little boy needs someone to be held accountable for what happened. I hope justice will be served soon so Devon can rest in peace.

  5. Mandy Mills says:

    I grew up in CHURCH with Amanda and this story breaks my heart and I feel so badly for her grandparents who raised her after the death of her mother.

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