provided by: Evelyn Case
published: 2nd August 2011
Statement from case profile:
On the morning of June 11, 2001, on a quiet suburban Kansas City street, twenty-two-year-old Byron Case was dragged from his bed by a tactical police unit.
He did not know it at the time, but he was being arrested for murder. Led to a waiting Sheriff’s car in handcuffs, the only reply he got to his repeated questions was stern silence.
In the ten years following the murder of Anastasia WitbolsFeugen and subsequent suicide of her on-again, off-again boyfriend, Justin Bruton, much speculation has been made regarding the circumstances surrounding both of their tragic, untimely deaths.
Byron Case is now serving a life sentence with no possibility for parole. Anastasia WitbolsFeugen’s killer remains free.
“How did this happen? Why has the ruling been allowed to stand? And who really murdered eighteen-year-old Anastasia WitbolsFeugen? These are questions wherein answers do not come readily. “We — Byron Case’s family, friends, and supporters — invite you to look at the facts”.