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Get Justice 4 Christina Marie Williams!

Get Justice 4 Christina Marie Williams!

Get justice 4 Christina Marie Williams!
She is a murder victim whose murder has never been solved.
The killer (s) has not been brought to justice.
It has been over 28 years!

Get Justice 4 Christina Marie Williams!
Circumstances

Get justice 4 Christina Marie Williams! Christina was found murdered in Monterey County, California. She was found on January 12, 1999. The FBI is seeking information about the person (s) responsible for Christina’s death. A reward up to $100,000 is being offered for information leading to the identification, arrest, and conviction of the suspect (s) in this case.

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Disappearance

Christina was last seen on the evening of June 12, 1998. And she went missing at around 7:30 P.M. as she departed her home to walk her dog. Her parents found the dog still on its leash near their residence later. They phoned the police. Christina’s family lived on the old Fort Ord near Seaside, California. Christina was missing for over six months. Then, on January 12, 1999, she was found deceased. On that date, her remains were found in a wooded area. This area was located on the northern rim of Fort Ord in Monterey County, California.

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Beginnings

Christina was born in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. Williams was born to a Filipino mother and an American father.
Her father was a chief petty officer in the United States Navy. Before moving to California, Williams and her family lived at Yokosuka Naval Base in Japan. It was the first time the family lived in the mainland United States. When her family moved to California, Christina attended Fitch Middle SChool in Seaside, California. This was at the time she was kidnapped. She had left her home at around 7:30 P.M. PDT. Greg, her dog, returned home an hour later, trailing his leash. Chrisiina’s case attracted worldwide, media attention.

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Sad End

Christina was missing for exactly seven months. Then, on January 12, 1999, a body was found. It was on the the former Fort Ord Army Base about three miles (4.8 km) from the williams’ home. The remains were positively identified as those of Christina Marie Williams. The area where she was ultimately found had been searched previously. But, then, nothing had been found. Sketches of people suspected in the abduction were created. Sketches of a man in his late teens and one in his early twenties, were made. These were released to the media but they didn’t help identify any suspects.

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Aftermath

Several celebrities took special interest in the unsolved murder of this teen. Clint Eastwood, Mariah Carey, and Reggie Jackson made a public service announcement for williams. And her case was aired on America’s Most Wanted. Williams leaves behind her parents and two siblings. Many people, including Christina’s former friends in Japan, were affected by her abduction. Later, her family moved to Florida. Investigators concentrated on finding a 1980s Mercury Monarch or Ford Grenada car. In 2006, the still-open case was featured on CNN’s
Anderson Cooper 360. Up to USD $100,000 has been offered for information leading to the resolution of the murder of CHristina Marie Williams,

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Updates

The city of Marina erected a memorial in Christina’s honor. The memorial was located at 15520 Imjin Road, across from Preston Park. At University of California, Berkeley, a philanthropist set up a scholarship in Williams’ name. Reportedly, Charles Holifield was a suspect in Williams’ murder. He remains in prison for attempted kidnapping. He had raped teenage girls in the past. In 2011, an ex-girlfriend of Holifield recanted an alibi for Holifield that she made in 1998. She stated that she had been previously been threatened with harm if she withdrew it. On April 6th, 2017, the District Attorney of Monterey, announced that Holifield would be arrested and charged with the murder.

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Time 4 JUstice

It has been 20 years since Christina has been murdered. A suspect has been named but the FBI still has Christina in its database. And they still are offering a $100,000 for information leading to bringing the suspect (s) to justice. This means identifying, arresting, and convicting the suspect (s). Christina’s story has gotten massive attention but no resolution. Sp please share until her case is brought to resolution. Do you have information about the murder of Christina Marie Williams? Multiple options for contacting the FBI are below.

You can contact the FBI tip line at: 1-800-CALLFBI (225-5324)

You can submit a tip to the FBI online. Click here to do so.

You can locate and contact your local FBI office. Click here to locate your local FBI office.

This photo is courtesy of Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Christina’s parents have set up a website for her. Click here to visit this site.

Above information can be found on Christina’s Wikipedia page. I have adapted and remixed it. And it is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3,0 Unported License.

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