UF Students Paint The Wall For Christian Aguilar
GAINESVILLE - It's been one year since the disappearance and murder of University of Florida student Christian Aguilar.
Aguilar was reported missing on September 20th of 2012 and was found 22 days later dead in a rural hunting community in Levy County.
Saturday students gathered to commemorate Aguilar by painting the 34th street wall in his honor.
Aguilar was allegedly murdered by his best friend, Pedro Bravo who is currently in jail awaiting his trial.
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