Petition Closed

On 2/25/12 Brett Wittner was shot in the back of the head with a .22 long rifle. Brett is a minor child. He had gone to a sleepover and somehow he wound up at the movies with his friends. An adult female unknown to Brett's parents picked up 8 kids, in one car, from the movie theater and took them to her house without parental permission to have a boy/girl sleep over. It was at this house that things went tragically wrong.
The teens were allowed to stay up all night long. It was stated by some of the kids in the home that things were getting out of hand. Brett and another boy had gotten in a fight. Guns, loaded, were laying out in plain view of minor children ranging in ages from 11 to 15 years old. The adults had gone to bed leaving children unsupervised around the loaded weapons. At 6:36am someone in the house called 911 and reported the gun shot.
Brett was rushed to the hospital. There wasn't much anyone could do. His injury was far too severe. Brett now only lives in his family and friend's memories and in the organs that were donated. His life was ended when it was really just beginning.
The Washington Parish Sheriffs Dept only tested one person out of ten for gun shot residue. They did not fingerprint the gun. They refused to test Brett for GSR yet they stated that Brett had shot himself.
Brett was not a contortionist . The medical staff said there was no way it was a self inflicted wound.
Brett was murdered. Someone that was in that home that night knows who pulled the trigger but they aren't speaking up. How can the murder of a child not be thoroughly investigated? How can the WPSO and District Attorney WALTER REED sleep at night knowing they have let a murderer loose in the community? No charges at all have been filed against the home owner that allowed loaded weapons around minor children. Isn't this negligence? How many other children could possibly be harmed in this home? 
Brett's family and friends need answers, support and closure. Please help!

Letter to
FBI Headquarters 935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20535-0001 FBI Director James B. Comey
I just signed the following petition addressed to: FBI Director James B. Comey
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We ask that the FBI step in and do a proper investigation of Brett Wittner's murder and uncover the corruption in the Washington Parish Sherriff's Office.

On 2/25/12 Brett Wittner was shot in the back of the head with a .22 long rifle. Brett was a minor child. He had gone to a sleepover and somehow he wound up at the movies with his friends. An adult female unknown to Brett's parents picked up 8 kids, in one car, from the movie theater and took them to her house without parental permission to have a boy/girl sleep over. It was at this house that things went tragically wrong.
The teens were allowed to stay up all night long. It was stated by some of the kids in the home that things were getting out of hand. Brett and another boy had gotten in a fight. Guns, loaded, were laying out in plain view of minor children. The adults had gone to bed leaving children unsupervised around the loaded weapons. At 6:36am someone in the house called 911 and reported the gun shot.
Brett was rushed to the hospital. There wasn't much anyone could do. His injury was far too severe. Brett now only lives in his family and friend's memories and in the organs that were donated. His life was ended when it was really just beginning.
The Washington Parish Sheriffs Dept did not test anyone for gun shot residue. They did not fingerprint the gun. They stated that Brett had shot himself.
Brett was not a contortionist . The medical staff said there was no way it was a self inflicted wound.
Brett was murdered. Someone that was in that home that night knows who pulled the trigger but they aren't speaking up. How can the murder of a child not be thoroughly investigated? How can the WPSO and District Attorney WALTER REED sleep at night knowing they have let a murderer loose in the community?
Brett's family and friends need answers, support and closure. Please help!
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Sincerely,