Kindra Chapman's Grandmother Still Has Questions About Her Granddaughter's Death

After a candlelight vigil at Homewood Park for Kindra Chapman, her grandmother expressed that she still is suspicious of Chapman's alleged suicide in an Alabama jail. With tears in her eyes, she told that she is tired of being quiet.

18-year-old Kindra Chapman was found dead in her jail cell in Alabama. Authorities say that video evidence and witness statements confirm that her death was a suicide.

Last week the family made a statement saying,
"We are so grateful for the outpouring of support for Kindra. We are devastated that she is gone, and we miss her terribly. We want the world to know what a wonderful soul she was. At the same time, we want the world to know that her death was a suicide. We have hired lawyers to investigate how this could have happened while she was in police custody."
After the candlelight vigil for Chapman, Linda Chapman, the grandmother of Kindra Chapman, said she never saw the video of Chapman's death and does not believe what officials are saying about her death.
"In my heart I feel Kindra was murdered," she said. According to Linda Chapman, her granddaughter had mysterious bruises on her face and arms. She also says that the statement put out by the family is not true.

"I just want to see the video and I will have rest," she told reporters.

View the video below.


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