Family Celebrates the Fourth and Indian Trail Pushes for Kilah’s Law

The family spent the July 4th holiday just hanging out with Kilah and watched the fireworks from her room. She still is sick and having trouble holding her tube feeds down – so everyone keep praying for her to feel better!

At the Fourth of July parade in Indian Trail, Jeff Gerber and the Mayor set up a booth to help get supporters for Kilahs Law.

“It’s imperative that we send a strong message throughout North Carolina that this will not be tolerated,” said Jeff Gerber, an activist working with the family on stricter laws.

They hope a new law would increase the possible sentence from less than a decade in prison to 25 years, even life. They also want to create a child abuse registry.

“If we can save one life and protect one family from having to go through this, it’s well worth it,” Davenport said.

You can read the full story at WSOCTV.com or WBTV.com.

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  1. Jeff gerber
    Jul 14, 2012 @ 13:50:37

    Folks, take a moment and listen to the newly composed song about Kilah, for Kilah as a gift. I bet you will have tears in your eyes by the end of the playing. Recordings of this tape will be heard all over the state as we fight for “Kiliahs Law.” This was a gift from a supporter from outside the area.GOD put the words in his heart to compose. This great man couldn’t possibly just make up the words on his own. This precious little girl has supporters all over the country.Send the link of this special song to everyone you can think of. By the way, of course we will see Kiliahs Law passed. We must protect our children from those capable of committing such a horrific crime! GOD has a hand in this all the way. Thank you all who are helping this little darling in your own special way, and thank all of you who have joined forces with me to make this law a reality. I couldn’t possibly accomplish this alone. And a special thank you to Michael Alvarez for asking for my help. We are all united as ” Team Kilah.”

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