Anderson County Coroner's Office: Change Jennifer Lee Whitmire's cause of death from suicide to homicide and investigate her death.
  • Petitioning Don McCown

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Anderson County SC Coroner's Office
Don McCown
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Governor Nikki Haley
South Carolina Governor
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Anderson County Coroner's Office: Change Jennifer Lee Whitmire's cause of death from suicide to homicide and investigate her death.

    1. shawn whitmire
    2. Petition by

      shawn whitmire

      Seneca, SC

Facts and all evidence in Jennifer's case show that in fact her death was not a suicide. Jennifer in fact tested negitive for GSR. Jennifers finger prints were not found on the gun found at the scene. The gun was found in a shoe box. No suicide note was left. Jennifer was found in her underwear. Rope and an open bottle of baby oil was found inches away from where Jennifer was found. Jennifer had no signs of depression. It appeared that Jennifer was studying for drama class moments before her death. Teachers and classmates interviewed said that Jennifer was in fact one of the happiest students at school. I feel that Anderson County Coroner's Office rushed their judgement to suicide . They listed her cause of death on January 1, 2012 but GSR and finger prints were not processed until March 15, 2012. Jennifer was found shot on September 13, 2011 and died the following day.

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    Reasons for signing

    • Frankie Morgan PENDLETON, SC
      • about 1 month ago

      This petition is very important to me, because this is my youngest grandchild and I know that she did not take her own life. Amber and I visited her the evening before this happened. ACSD had a rush to judgement, failed to properly investigate this crime, and also had a conflict of interest in the matter. The evidence is overwhelmingly apparent that Jenna did not commit suicide. 1. Gun found in a shoe box 2. No gun powder residue on her hands 3. No finger prints on gun 4. Still breathing when found, etc.

    • John Czarnick PIEDMONT, SC
      • 3 months ago

      The facts need to be re evaluated. What they did is not considered justice in my eyes.

    • Cyndi Trotter FOUNTAIN INN, SC
      • 4 months ago

      Because I have grandchildren of my own and I would do everything in my power to find out the truth if something like this happened to me and from what I have seen things do not add up here for this girl, someone needs to do more "TRUTHFUL" investigating!

    • Brad Carraway TRAVELERS REST, SC
      • 4 months ago


    • Ken Shiro ARLINGTON, TX
      • 4 months ago

      Because there is a killer on the loose that may kill again


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