Life at a Standstill Despite Jury's Indictment of Accused Teen Killers
A grand jury indicted 5 of the 6 arrested in the murder of 15-year old Seath Jackson. However, the jury's decision won't heal the emotional wounds any sooner among the Belleview teen's loved ones. For the youngest people touched by the tragedy, they said life is still at a standstill. TV20 spoke with some who knew not only Jackson but his accused killers as well.
"It's so terrible. I've known him for so long and I'll never look at anyone the same way again. I'll never look at them the same way... Kyle (indicted in the murder) of all people. I would never have thought that he was capable of something so gruesome," said friend Kylie Pearson.
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