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FINDLAY, OH (Toledo News Now) -
debut of a film that sheds light on the murder of a Findlay woman was canceled
last week, but it will be shown in the city.
of purple ribbons now line one block of Main Street in downtown Findlay as the
family of Vera Jo Reigle cries out for justice.
"Voices for Vera" group spent Monday hanging ribbons and bringing attention to
her 2011 murder and the justice they say was never served. Since last
Wednesday, supporters have staged rallies after the showing of the film "Good
Night, Sugar Babe" was canceled.
University of Findlay made the decision to cancel the showing, afraid of
confrontation between the families involved. The documentary has stirred up anger
in the community.
going to do what I have to do," said MiMi Williams, with Voices for Vera. "If I'm
80 or 90 years old, I'm still going to be out here until they're all gone."
have to sit there and tell my 4-year-old son and my new baby that I just had
where their Auntie Vera is," said Ashley Messersmith, Reigle's sister. "I just
want to tell my sister that we love her and we're trying to get justice for
people are serving time behind bars for Reigle's death, but family members
believe more were involved.
president of the Steel Workers' Union at Cooper Tire has agreed to show "Good
Night, Sugar Babe" next weekend at Union Hall, but exact times have not been
and friends are planning a rally for Saturday, Nov. 9, at the railroad tracks
where Reigle was killed.