ISP Supt. Doug Carter on Flora Fire: ‘I’d give my life to find out who killed those small girls’

October 26, 2017 - Finding Carter


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Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter responded to a NAACP’s comments and concerns about a review Thursday afternoon and says a NAACP has not reached out to state police.

At a press discussion Thursday morning, Barbara Bolling, a member of a NAACP National Board of Directors, voiced a disappointment of a miss of updates on a review from Indiana State Police.

It’s been roughly one year given 4 Flora, Indiana girls were killed in a glow in their house. With no answers on a horizon, a NAACP is removing concerned on a family’s behalf.

Keyana, 11, Keyara, 8, Kerrielle, 7, and Kionne, 5





FLORA, Ind. — It’s been roughly a year given 4 Flora, Indiana sisters were killed when their residence was set on glow and Indiana State Police contend their box continues to develop though with no answers on a horizon, a NAACP is removing concerned on a family’s behalf.   

At a press discussion Thursday morning, Barbara Bolling, a member of a NAACP National Board of Directors, voiced a disappointment of a miss of updates on a investigation. 

“Nobody is articulate to a family to even refurbish them on a standing of a investigation,” Bolling said. “The NAACP is usually removing concerned though formed a information we have; it appears a review has been unfit in some kind of way.”

The lethal glow on Nov 21, 2016, has been ruled intentional, though no suspects have been arrested.

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On Thursday, Bolling compared a glow to a Birmingham Bombing in 1963, when 4 girls were killed when a explosve exploded during a 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. That church had a predominantly black congregation. 

“Here we have 4 immature girls again, who have mislaid their lives,” Bolling said. “Nobody has been brought to justice.”

Bolling pronounced a girls’ family members have been tormented by people who used to examine a fire.

Bolling also pronounced she’s questionable of a investigation.

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“There are people out there who know,” she said. “And it smells. we know, we’re usually removing started here, though it smells of a cover-up. Because how are we going to go and have an review for roughly a year and it doesn’t seem that we’re any serve along on this, and there seems to be a overpower out there that’s been imposed.”

Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter responded to a NAACP’s comments and concerns Thursday afternoon.

“I don’t consider anything has worried me some-more than what’s occurred in Carroll County Indiana in my whole lifetime,” pronounced ISP Superintendent Doug Carter.

Supt. Carter says a NAACP has not reached out to state military or investigators about a Flora box though he welcomes a discourse and any suggestions they might have.

“Even a idea that there would be even a notice of a cover in regards to an review involving 4 tiny girls is not usually unsubstantiated though strikes me during a core of who we am and a organisation we represent,” pronounced Supt. Carter. “I’d give my life to find out who killed those tiny girls.”

Supt. Carter certified that Indiana State Police got a delayed start on a investigation, creatively desiring a glow was accidental.

But after investigators ruled a glow conscious dual months later, he says they have pooled each apparatus accessible into anticipating a girls’ killers.  

“Anytime we’re articulate about this box is a good day. So for that we contend appreciate we to those folks who brought this out today,” pronounced Supt. Carter. “I inspire a dialogue. we inspire their opinions. we inspire them perpetuating a indication of recognition since somebody out there knows who did that to those 4 tiny girls.”

The fire, that pennyless out in a Columbia Street home in Flora in late November, claimed a lives of sisters Keyana, 11, Keyara, 8, Kerrielle, 7, and Kionne, 5. Their mother, Gaylin Rose, postulated non-life-threatening injuries in a glow and was airlifted from a scene.

Anyone with information in a box is asked to hit a Indiana State Arson Hotline during 1-800-382-4628 or Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana during 1-317-262-TIPS.

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