Two of Donald Holman’s sisters, Diane Holman and Bertha Johnson (both standing), and his mother, Emma Holman, said they felt cheated when they didn’t get a say in court against one of his killers.
Two of Donald Holman’s sisters, Diane Holman and Bertha Johnson (both standing), and his mother, Emma Holman, said they felt cheated when they didn’t get a say in court against one of his killers. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Two of Donald Holman’s sisters, Diane Holman and Bertha Johnson (both standing), and his mother, Emma Holman, said they felt cheated when they didn’t get a say in court against one of his killers. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

Felon’s freedom added to the grief suffered by Donald Holman’s family

August 03, 2014 01:00 PM

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