In one of my previous blogs I wrote about the now twelve-year-old disappearance of Jennifer Kesse from Orlando, Florida. (If you are unfamiliar with the case click here: What Happened to Jennifer Kesse?)
On January 24, 2018 — the twelfth anniversary of her disappearance — the Orlando Police Department held a press conference announcing that there are no new leads or information regarding this case. For the past five years the Department has kept the same detective on this case and Jennifer’s family is no closer now to discovering what happened to her than they were twelve years earlier.
At the press conference the Kesse family spoke about their desire to have the case made a “cold case” which would grant them access to Jennifer’s files in order to allow private investigators to look it over.
Jennifer’s family deserves answers to their questions. Jennifer’s parents, Drew and Joyce Kesse, should not continue to be haunted by what may or may not have happened to their daughter.
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