Justice for Daniel
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Daniel Osborn was murdered on February 3rd. We spent 53 days looking for Daniel. 53 days of his family worrying about him. Maresh and Hudson helped in the search by talking to the family, sharing posts on facebook and hanging up flyers.
On Monday, March 26, 2018, Cullman County Sheriff’s (Office) ‘CCSO’ investigators and Hartselle Police Department investigators responded to an address in the Fairview community, Cullman County. This is where Daniel's Body was located, buried in Smith's Back Yard. Maresh and Hudson both admitted to their involvement in Daniel's case. They also explained that they had told Smith where Daniel was.
Andrew Maresh (19 years old) was assigned a bond of $25,000 cash, which has not yet been paid. He remains in the Cullman County Detention Center.
Tyler Hudson (20 years old) was assigned a bond of $15,000 cash, also unpaid, and remains in the Cullman County Detention Center.
Both Maresh and Hudson are both asking to use their youthful offender... FOR A MURDER CHARGE!!!
Susan Smith (66 years old) was released from jail on June 29th with a $25,000 bond. She is also charged with Hindering Prosecution in this case.
These 3 evil individuals spent 53 days knowing that we were searching for Daniel and they said nothing. They woke up 53 different days with every opportunity to do what was right and they didnt. I fully believe that the bonds should be higher and youthful offender should not be granted. If they were really remorseful for their wrong doing, they would have done what was right and went to authorities. All 3 individuals are old enough to know what they did and to know better.
Here is a few of the newspaper articles about Daniel, his disappearance, and this horrible case.
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