JUSTICE FOR KATELYN NICOLE DAVIS
JUSTICE FOR KATELYN NICOLE DAVIS
We For The People Demand Justice We Demand The Arrest Of Tammy Parish Roger.
We The People, Want All Charged Who Failed To Upheld Their Sworn Duties To Protect And Serve
We The People For The People Demand The Arrest Of Biological Mom Tammy Parish Roger.
Step Father Anthony Roger And All Whom Failed The Children From Law Enforcement To Child Protective Services To Family And Friends Whom Knew Abuse Was Occurring With All The Children, We ask that all whom failed to be charged with negligent homicide.
Felony child abuse,felony child neglect , negligent homicide child endangerment for the role in Katelyn death.
Anthony Roger we know in Katelyn's videos made sure all knew that Anthony groomed her and her siblings we also know that He Anthony told Katelyn to kill her self we also know he called Katelyn horrible names
Tammy parish rogers is Katelyn moms full name, child abuse, child neglect, child endangerment, and neglect homicide charges filed against Tammy for Katelyn death and currently abusive to siblings photos on a family members instagram account was pictures of the siblings showing bruises on face and neck they was not shadows those photos was taken at a pre wedding in either Jan or February of 2017 also was a picture of Tammy with a black eye also not a shadow as some state when pictures was posted some people blew the photos up which displayed the bruises.
Why hasnt charges been filed how long does it take a detective to go thru Katelyn phone to see proof of all abuse and statements that Tammy admitted to about Anthony rogers step father touching her and siblings also facts of Tammy admitted to snorting and selling her pain pills so why no arrest I'll tell you law enforcement is family also child protection services are family.
We want arrest of Tammy Parish Rogers and convicted of all charges and remaining children placed in the care of a safe loving families.
Katelyn Nichole Davis, a 12-year-old from Polk County, Georgia killed herself on December 30th 2016. She hung herself in her front yard. Her body was not found for over 20 minutes.
The mother, Tammy Michelle Rogers, knew of the abuse beforehand and knew that Katelyn had cut herself in a plea of someone to stop the abuse. Tammy also knew of the possible abuse to the two other children by her husband.
We demand the children be placed into protective custody until the mother is fully investigated and proven to be a fit mother to her two remaining children. We need to know why the CPS and others did not look into the facts learned after this death of a 12 year old child. The step-dad should be charged with the death of Katelyn as his abuse drove her to killing herself. The mother should be charged as well as an accomplice in her suicide and felony child abuse, neglect and felony child endangerment charges for not doing the right thing. , Anthony Lee Rogers has been on Katelyn’s social accounts and deleting many items there to cover his tracks. We demand the police get this proof of abuse and charge him with tampering with evidence.
It is bad enough when the legal system covers up their short comings by hiding behind a wall of silence. It is worst to allow the children to stay with a mother who cared so little about her daughter and only herself she allowed her husband to abuse the child into killing herself.
Cops Investigate What Led to 12-Year-Old Girl's Suicide as They Plead for Death Video's Removal
by Caitlin Nolan 3:46 PM EST, January 12, 2017
A 12-year-old Georgia girl took her own life after alleging she had been sexually and verbally abused by a family member, hanging herself in the yard of her family’s home as her cell phone broadcast the incident live on the internet.
“I really am truly sorry for everything. But I can’t do this. I’m sorry,” Katelyn Nicole Davis says to the camera on December 30, crying and continuing to apologize before killing herself.
The video continued to roll for about 20 minutes after Katelyn hanged herself, ending as her phone rings repeatedly and what sounds like someone in the distance calling her name.
Police responded to the Cedartown home, rushing the preteen to Polk Medical Center where she was pronounced dead at about 6 p.m.
The County Coroner will determine Katelyn’s official cause of death.
Though their investigation initially focused on the manner of Katelyn’s death, police have since shifted to probing to what could have led to her taking her own life, The Polk Standard Journal reported.
Polk County Police Chief Kenny Dodd told the Journal that allegations of abuse and attempted rape Katelyn posted in an online diary entry on December 27 are being investigated.
In the entry, which was written under the pseudonym “Dolly” and has since been removed, the author alleges a male relative hit her with a studded belt and tried to rape her.
In another entry posted that same day, “Dolly” — a name Katelyn was known to go by on the internet —brainstorms ways in which she can kill herself before writing she is suffering from depression and asking readers for advice on how to deal
“Katelyn was not a troubled child — she was very smart and she smiled when she was out of that house," neighbor Reianne Meadows told InsideEdition.com. "It was the environment she was in. This isn’t about what she did — it’s about why she did it."
Meadows said the young girl was often tasked with watching over her younger half-brother and half-sister in an allegedly volatile household.
“From my house, you could stand in the front yard … and [her stepfather] could be heard screaming, yelling, cussing,” said Meadows, whose backyard abutted the side of Katelyn’s family’s home. “That night … I heard a loud howling noise coming from over there and saw two police cars and I thought nothing of it, just thought they were at it again. I then saw three more police cars, a fire truck and an ambulance. Then my husband called me and said a neighbor had come over, saying Katelyn had killed herself.”
As of Wednesday, no criminal charges had been filed in connection to Katelyn’s death, Dodd told the Journal.
InsideEdition.com has reached out for comment to the Polk County Police Department and the State of Georgia Division of Family and Children Services.
Greg Teems, assistant superintendent for the Polk School District, said officials had no records indicating Katelyn might need counseling.
"We didn’t have prior reports ... we didn't have anything that would tip us at school that this might be an occurrence," Teems said. "We take these matters very seriously ... it's a tragic event. We're talking about a very young student here."
Counselors had been made available to Katelyn's schoolmates, he said.
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"We're trying to help our students who are still trying to grasp this," Teems said.
Attempts by InsideEdition.com to reach Katelyn’s family for comment were unsuccessful.
Police had appealed to the community and internet users-at-large to refrain from viewing, mentioning or passing along the video of Katelyn’s death, which has since gone viral.
“Out of respect for the family of the departed and for the deceased themselves, we respectfully request that the citizenry of Polk County and whoever might view or receive this message please help us out with this request,” police wrote on Facebook.
Dodd had told Fox 5 that police contacted some of the sites hosting the video asking for it to be removed, but by law it does not have to be.
“It’s just the common decent thing to do in my opinion,” Dodd said.
One such site was Facebook, which a spokesperson for told InsideEdition.com they have removed the video and will continue to do so for as long as it continues to pop up on the site.
Meadows also pleaded for the permanent deletion of the video.
"Please stop circulating this," Meadows said. "The fact that that was a little girl, crying out ... care about this little girl’s memory."
It will be next to impossible to get murder charges to stick due to the legal definition of murder. It is defined as "the willful taking of another life." Issue is, her parents may have driven her suicide, but did not actually kill her themselves. At best, we could get child neglect resulting in death, physical and emotional abuse.