“And Suddenly, and All at Once, the Rain”

At about 9 this evening, my brother Michael was convicted of the 2009 murders of our parents. I am grateful to the police who solved the crimes, the attorneys who successfully prosecuted the case, and the jurors who vindicated my father against my brother’s claims. And my wife, my daughter and I are grateful to all of you for your love, prayers, and concern over these years.

Please pray for my brother’s 17-year-old daughter. I know what it’s like to lose my parents, and in a very real way, she has lost her father.

Sentencing proceedings begin Wednesday. Again, thank you.

Best,

Warren Smith Moore, III,

son of Madge Harris Moore (1944-2009)

and Warren Smith Moore, Jr. (1943-2009)

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12 Responses to “And Suddenly, and All at Once, the Rain”

  1. Karen Craigo says:

    Hugs to you; prayers for your niece.

  2. Jen says:

    All of you continue to be in my prayers.

  3. Anthony and Carla Borchers says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you always.

  4. Closure.

    Happy you finally got it. Best wishes to your niece.

  5. Smitty, I think about you and your mom and dad everyday. I can’t imagine what you’ve gone through these past 4 years. Here’s to tomorrow. Peace.

  6. Withywindle says:

    Prayers and good wishes to you and yours.

  7. Kofi says:

    Wish you the best Dr. Moore

  8. J. Otto Pohl says:

    Prayers and wishes from Legon as well.

  9. Javahead says:

    Best wishes for you and yours. This has been hovering over everything since it happened. Now, perhaps, it can be put firmly into the past.

  10. mike shupp says:

    Best wishes to you all. May the future be smoother.

  11. Carole Winters says:

    HI, Warren: Carole Winters here. I couldn’t believe all this when I first heard about it YEARS ago and that it has taken this long to come to trial. I am so sorry for you and your family.

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