Lawyer of home where Tamla was allegedly murdered, that 7 white women attended, releases statement

The Lawyer of homeowner who’s house a Black woman mysteriously died in, has released a statement about the case.

Everyone is struggling to find news coverage that was supposed to have occurred since November 2018, when the black woman died.

Tamla Horsford, who was 40 years old, died at a football-mom sleepover at a house that 7 other white women attended. Three other men were also present. She was a mother of 5. She died on November 4th 2018.

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People are hearing for the first time about her death months later. People are also only hearing about her death, because the husband of the woman who hosted the Sleepover meddled in the investigation by looking up information on Tamla’s friend,Michelle Wynne Graves, who was asking questions about what happened.

The man, Jose Barrera, is a probation officer, and was at the Sleepover when Tamla died.

Michelle Wynne Graves believes officer Jose Barrera was trying to ruin her life in a way, looking up information about her, her work, her drivers license, her past, while the other sleepover attendants tried to intimidate her into getting her to stop asking questions.

The probation officer was fired after police confirmed the investigation by the sheriff’s office Major Crimes Unit and IT department determined that Barrera viewed several reports, including a stalking complaint which allegedly involved his girlfriend, and a death report, in which Barrera is allegedly listed as a witness, through his work access. The stalking complaint contained Graves’s personal information, according to Perkins.

The homeowner’s attorney has released a statement today about the case, claiming that it’s a wrongful accusation,

It’s been revealed that the family hasn’t been given a full autopsy report.

Here are some of the replies to the statement being given,

People believe there was a lot of meddling in this death, and no matter where you look online, even the family that were trying to get answers for months, weren’t able to find any news coverage anywhere, until only one news source from a small town’s video was shared. It was only then, on February 11th 2019, did people know something happened to Tamla.

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