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“I was definitely shocked to get an email,” Cambron said. “The wording just seemed kind of bizarre. ‘The package has been damaged and it’s discarded.’”
Investigators believe the remains of Mary Cobb and Winona Delvecchio were found Wednesday by a worker at a storage unit facility rented by Kiser.
The Alys Stephens Center and ArtPlay will present Christina Hamm’s play as part of Project One Voice.
“There was a second arrest for Wanda Kiser who lives in West Virginia for either concealing a dead body or aiding and abetting somebody else in concealing a dead body she is right now as I understand it in custody of West Virginia authorities,” said Bill Adair, Walker County District Attorney.
The two pilots were identified as Captain Cerea Beal Jr., of Matthews, North Carolina, and First Officer Shanda Fanning, or Lynchburg, Tennessee, died in UPS Flight 1354.
Reverend C.T. Vivian spoke at the Birmingham Sheraton Hotel Thursday morning.
“Those women are just as devastated as we are just by the loss of the work of their hands and the work they’ve made,” said Griem, who works for the organization called Freeset.
The exhibition, called “Etched in Collective History”, features works from artists that lived through the 1963 movement and a current generation of artists reflecting on the past, as well as looking forward to the future.
A judge made a decision the drop one charge of leaving a child under the age of seven against Katherine Papke.