Give him a butter knife, duct tape and some aluminum foil, and Ronald Wright could attach a car stereo to just about anything on wheels — from bicycles to high-end luxury cars.
Yamika Murphy, a chef and aspiring rapper, was once the only student in her kindergarten class who could figure out a puzzle, something her teacher told her mother was a sign of her intelligence. And Debbie Sears probably still didn’t know just how much her sisters valued her sense of humor, even at age 24 when Bruce Strachan killed her, Murphy, and Wright in a 2009 gun attack outside Murphy’s home.
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