Born to be Forgotten

Some say the world will end in fire, some say in ice. From what I've tested of desire I hold with those who favor fire. But if it had to perish twice, I think I know enough of hate to say that for destruction ice is also great and would suffice. -- Robert Frost

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Darlene Krashoc
$10,000 (US)
Colorado Springs

Ali Henry
$100,000 (Canadian)

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REWARD $10,000

We are the grieving parents of a murdered child. We are offering a $10,000 REWARD for information leading to the arrest and conviction(s) of the person(s) responsible for the death of our daughter

Murder on your streets what do you know about the cold March night of ten years ago She was brutally beaten and in the blink of an eye tormented and raped and left alone to die Merely a soldier living on her own serving our country far away from home What do they know? What did you see her friends the citizens or the military. A secret someone is keeping not wanting to say of what really happened that cold March day
DARLENE D. KRASHOC Our daughter, DARLENE, was last seen alive the night of MARCH 16, 1987 outside the dance club formerly known as SHUFFLES, located at 1861 S. ACADEMY BLVD. in Colorado Springs, COLORADO

REWARD $100,000

More than a year after Ali Henry's senseless murder, his parents are praying a new $100,000 reward will help bring the killer to justice. In an emotional public appeal, Sybilla Henry yesterday wept as she recalled the honor student's stabbing death following a pick-up basketball game at an Etobicoke, (Ontario, Canada) school on Jan. 30, 1996. "I want (the murderer) to come forward and I am hoping and praying that this reward helps," she told reporters at Metro Police headquarters after the Police Board offered the reward. "Ali didn't deserve this. He was a good boy. His life has been shattered. His plans, his dreams - these people have taken them away from him." Marcus Henry fought back tears remembering the phone call informing him that his son had been knifed in a 7:30 p.m. ambush outside Kingsview Junior School.
ALI HENRY The 21 year old was slain in the wake of a dispute over a basketball game. Det. James Ramer said Ali wasn't involved in the on-court fracas, but he was jumped because he left the game alone. "There were quite a lot of people who witnessed this (but) there just hasn't been information forthcoming," Ramer said. "We need that assistance. Our investigation is confined to this area, however, there are indications that some of the people have tried to leave of have left Canada." Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 222-TIPS.
Toronto Sun - By Robert Benzie
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