If 11-year-old Levi Frady of Forsyth County, Georgia had not been murdered on Oct. 22, 1997, today would have been his 35th birthday. Maybe his children would have given him breakfast in bed. Maybe his wife would have baked him a cake. Or, maybe, he would have taken his children and their cousins fishing or to play in the same creek where he once played. Instead of candles and presents, there is only a cold case. A killer lingers free. But, so does hope.
New GBI Director, Vic Reynolds, was asked today by LeviFrady.com if he would consider doing two things:
1) Assign new agents to the Frady case.
2) Open an investigation into why it took the agency 7 years to complete and release to the public a timeline in Levi Frady’s murder.
“Let thy faith be stronger than thy fear.” Hebrews 13:6.
Today also marks the 5th anniversary of launching LeviFrady.com. To date, LeviFrady.com pages have been viewed more than 257,000 times by nearly 74,000 people.
Consider these 8 facts about the Frady cold case:
- A high ranking Georgia law enforcement official disclosed to LeviFrady.com that an $88,000 drug debt had not been paid by people who may have been close to Levi Frady.
- Under the leadership of GBI Director, Vernon Keenan, the agency failed to explain why it took seven years to make public a timeline of events in Levi Frady’s murder. GBI Withholds Murdered Boy’s Timeline for Seven Years
- Once released, GBI’s timeline shows Levi’s grandfather found the boy’s bicycle and took it back to Levi’s mother house. GBI Timeline Confirms Murdered Boy’s Bicycle Was Moved By Family Members.
- All fingerprints were wiped clean from the bicycle Levi was allegedly riding when he was allegedly abducted, according to Forsyth law enforcement.
- No one saw Levi Frady be abducted. Quote from former Georgia House Rep. Kevin Tanner
- The evening Levi went missing, his mother, Marilyn Burruss-Parkman-Frady told authorities she took a bath and fell asleep. Revisiting Levi’s Last Day
- The morning after Levi went missing, his father, Milton Frady, called home to check on his chlildren. Laci Frady, Levi’s twin sister, answered the phone and told him Levi was in the shower. Note: the Frady’s divorced in February 1989, when Levi and Laci were 3-years-old, with Marilyn receiving full custody. Revisiting Levi’s Last Day
- Former Forsyth Sheriff, Denny Hendrix, wrote in confidential documents obtained by LeviFrady.com, that he believes a crime was committed in his jurisdiction—an indication that Frady may have been dead before he was taken to Dawson Forest in Dawson County. Former Sheriff Believes Crime Occurred in His Jurisdiction
Professional age progression photo of Levi Frady. ©levifrady.com 2016-2021
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