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Murders Unsolved in Augusta: The slaying of Leon Ellison, Part II

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How does a 17-year-old boy, still living at home, not involved with drugs or with gangs, with no enemies to speak of, who had never been in any real trouble before, end up alone in the woods with a single gunshot wound in his head?

An Aug. 19, 2021 story in The Augusta Press told the story of Gl...

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  1. Most murders are done by someone with a connection to the victim..the fact that his car was parked in the same spot tells me that it was someone he knew either very well. Well enough to know his habits. Probably a robbery with a murder to cover it up. I hope his family gets justice one day. It’s sad tot hunk a murderer that they could very well still have communication with us walking free..

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