Justice For Georgia Lee Moses
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Georgia Leah (Lee) Moses was a 12-year-old girl full of life. She was always smiling, joking and loved her family and friends. She especially loved her little sister, 7-year-old Angel, whom she actively cared for, for years.
Unfortunately, her precious life was tragically taken too soon. At the age of 12, Georgia was strangled and left on the side of the road on Highway 101 in Petaluma, California. She was nude, abandoned but not forgotten by the people that loved her. There have been many speculations as to why little effort was put forth into examining her home life before her death as well as the lack of urgency in the case following her death. One speculation being race and another, her family’s social status. Over the years, the authorities have done little to solve her case. Potential suspects have been identified, numerous phone calls made, new information presented, and emails have been made to the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office as well as the FBI with no response.
On August 13th, 1997 around 10:00 PM Georgia was last seen at the 76 gas station on the corner of Sebastopol Road and Dutton Avenue in Santa Rosa, California. Georgia walked to the gas station with one of her friends and met a man she left with to go to a party. Georgia had asked her friend if she wanted to join her but her friend's mother did not let her go. That was the last time Georgia was seen alive. The man Georgia met was someone she knew, described as approximately 6 foot 3 inches tall, African American man, 24-28 years old, 200 pounds, with a short fade haircut, slight mustache, and he was driving a small four door white car. The man may have been from San Francisco.
It has been 23 years and her case is still unsolved. As of a year ago, her case was said to be open. Georgia’s family and friends are coming together to seek justice for her death. We need your help to have her murder properly investigated, have new interviews conducted and to push to have DNA testing done to locate a possible suspect. Her family deserves justice and Georgia deserves justice. Please sign this petition and help a family get closure after so many years.
Written by Georgia's sister, Angel.
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