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Justice for William Alexander Apps: Maximum sentence for everyone involved in this real-life CraigsList murder!


Twenty five year old William Alexander Apps was viciously and senselessly murdered on October 3, 2013....the victim of real-life CraigsList killers.  Alex listed his 2006 Silverado truck on CraigsList, hoping to sell it.  After weeks of communication and negotiation between Jquan Scott and Alex, the pair arranged to meet in Charleston, SC to finalize the sale.  Alex's mother, Agatha Apps headed to meet Alex in Charleston on that fateful Thursday to deliver the title, with every anticipation of the sale going well.  Alex met Jquan "Q" and his friend, Issac Williams at Hardees in Charleston.  While exact details are not available at this time, we do know that Alex was shot in the truck and then his body was dumped in a wooded area.  Police confirmed that the debit card belonging to Alex was used to make purchases after his death in Beaufort, SC meaning the killers returned to Alex's hometown after killing him.

Police were in contact with the suspects and on Monday, October 7, 2013, Jquan "Q" Scott led authorities to the body of Alex Apps that was dumped cold-heartedly in the woods.  

"But let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream." Amos 5:24

Justice must be served.  Please sign this petition to show your support for the maximum sentence for all guilty parties involved....from the murderer to those who were accessories to this hateful and pointless crime.  It is time that we, as the public, demand tougher sentences for these crimes!

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