On December 31, 2012, a group of armed robbers in a white pickup truck plowed through a brick wall and into the front door of a convenience store in northwest Harris County, Texas, killing two people and injuring at least 17.
The crime shocked the city of Harris and the surrounding area, as well as the nation.
It was a tragedy that rocked the nation and rattled the nation’s financial system.
But, the crime also left a mark on the lives of the victims and their families, including those who lived through it.
For years, a small group of Houstoners has been fighting to learn the truth about the crimes that led up to the devastating rampage that left two people dead.
On Monday, the victims’ families are finally getting closure.
They are finally starting to get the truth.
And they are not happy about it.
The families of the dead have been fighting for years to find out what happened to their loved ones, who had to suffer for months after they were killed.
The families want answers and a way to help them.
But the FBI has denied the families’ requests for access to its computerized crime scene tape.
And in doing so, it’s been able to keep the families from getting answers, despite the fact that it’s the government’s job to provide the answers.
Now, a Houston-based nonprofit, Texans for Justice, has filed a lawsuit against the FBI and the Texas Department of Public Safety (TPD) seeking the release of the tape.
The group has filed the lawsuit after discovering that TPD has been withholding documents and evidence for years.
We’re hoping the government will listen to us and provide the facts, says Eric Korte, executive director of Texans for JUSTICE.
We have a right to know what happened here, and we’re trying to help get the answers to the families.
The lawsuit is the latest development in a decades-long legal battle between the families of victims and the FBI over the release, and in particular, how long the agency has been hiding the tape of the crimes.
The tape, which was kept in the Houston police bureau, was supposed to be made public in 2016, but it was kept hidden for more than a year.
It’s now up to a federal judge to decide whether to allow the release.
It was the latest chapter in a long saga of abuse that the families have endured.
On December 28, 2011, police in the nearby town of Harris reported that they had found two women, ages 23 and 24, dead in the backyard of a home on West Main Street.
Police called for an ambulance and arrived to find the bodies of the women.
In the backyard was a pair of female friends who had been shot and killed.
On the morning of December 29, 2011 and into early the next morning, police were dispatched to a house on West High Street, in the neighborhood where the bodies had been found.
They found two victims in the house, including a 26-year-old woman who had sustained gunshot wounds to her head and chest.
She had been strangled.
Police called the two victims’ parents, who were then called to the scene.
Both had gunshot wounds, but the mother was able to get away.
Her daughter had been stabbed in the neck and the father had been robbed.
Police found the two bodies in the front yard.
A man who had come to pick up a car and was waiting for his wife at the home called police after finding the body of the man’s son.
Police determined that the body was the body part of the 23-year old woman.
On December 30, 2011 the bodies were found at a second house in the same neighborhood.
Police also discovered a man who matched the description of the woman found in the first house.
Investigators later determined that both the women had been killed in separate incidents.
In both cases, the victim had been struck by a vehicle.
The bodies were brought to the TPD crime scene.
They were identified as:The bodies of Jessica L. McElroy and Amy L. Johnson were found in separate homes in separate locations, according to TPD records.
In each of the killings, the women were shot multiple times, police said.
A police report noted that one of the bullets that struck Amy Johnson struck her in the head.
On the night of December 28 and 29, police responded to reports of a man breaking into a home.
Police arrived to a shooting at the scene, where they found three women, one of whom had been hit in the face and head.
The woman was later pronounced dead.
The victim was identified as Jessica L McElray.
The TPD found the other woman’s body on the ground in a wooded area, according a TPD report.
A TPD officer interviewed her and found she had been beaten and sexually assaulted.
In addition to the two women killed, the TSP officer found a .40 caliber handgun, which the TAPD officer said appeared to