In late October 2013, Larry and Carri Williams, the adoptive parents of Ethiopian adoptee Hana Williams/Hana Alemu, were convicted and sentenced to jail for Hana’s murder and associated torture. You can read about their sentencing here.
Larry and Carri have filed appeals of the conviction, and the Seattle Appeals Court has scheduled oral arguments for the appeals on Monday, November 16, at 9:30am. I will be there, and I hope many other folks in the Seattle area will be there also. A good showing by the public on Hana’s behalf could be a powerful statement to the judges. Many thanks to all who have kept Hana in their hearts.
I feel certain that many folks in Washington State, in the US, in Ethiopia, and around the globe will be watching this case closely.
We haven’t forgotten you, Hana.
Thank you for your update. I pray this appeal process reveal more of the evil act of the Williams’s and shade light on failed adoption screening. I am positive their appeals will be denied. Prison is where they belong. Haneye..rest in peace konjo
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Thank you for your update and continued support for Hana. I too hope and pray their appeals are denied. I would be there if I could.
I hope and pray that their appeal is denied. These two cruel, sick, evil individuals need to stay in prison.