Waiting For Answers On Unsolved Murder Cases

For those who have lost a loved one to homicide, it's a painful process waiting for an arrest to be made. Month after month for answers concerning an unsolved murder.

When Felita Seals wants to talk to her 18 year-old son Brendon Ford she comes Forrest Lawn Cemetery.

"I miss you son, I miss you so much," said Felita Seals, Brendon's mother.

Ford didn't die from disease, but from a bullet. He was murdered in cold blood.

"The most horrible day of my life, I lost my son," said Seals.

He was killed June 16th, 2013; it was Father's Day. More than seven months later his case is still cold.

"I want to know what happened, and I want them to find out who did it and I want them to arrest them," said Felita.

Reasonable desires, but Seals still waits for those answers.

"It might happen today, it might happen tomorrow, it might even be ten years from now before we know," said Seals.

She doesn't know how detectives prioritize cases, but murder is murder.

"I put my strength in the Lord, and I know that is going to come. The Lord is going to help us. I don't rely on Omaha Police, I rely on God," said Seals.

So for now, she continues to wait by his grave - waiting for answers.

She is hoping anyone who can help solve Brendon's case will come forward.

If anyone has information to help solve the case call 402-444-7867.

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