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Much-Loved Sequoia: Oceans Minister and Marcia Williams

much-loved sequoia: Marcia Williams and her attorney Benjamin Crump sued former Collier County deputy Steven Calkins, accusing him of murdering her 27-year-old son Terrance Williams after detaining him in January 2004, according to Vancouver Courier. Calkins was also the last person seen with Felipe Santos, an illegal immigrant he picked up in October 2003.article continues below Trending StoriesUBC study finds Vancouver is the unhappiest city in CanadaA wild eagle paid these fishermen a visit and hung out for five minutes Kerrisdale's much-loved sequoia to be cut down Federal fisheries and oceans minister confident pipeline will be built Williams' mother said she filed the lawsuit to get answers for her son's four children. The family of a black man who disappeared nearly 15 years ago filed a lawsuit Tuesday accusing a former sheriff's deputy of killing him, and filmmaker Tyler Perry took part in announcing the lawsuit. The complaint does not set a dollar amount for damages. In 2014, Perry offered a 100,000 reward for information in the men's disappearance. I am not going to let it go until I get the answers that they deserve, Williams said at a press conference, thanking Perry for supporting the family and bringing attention to the case. ( As reported in the news.