“He was always happy, he was always happy to meet new people, always willing and ready to just have fun any time he could,” Seve said of his brother. “Just a vibrant spirit, a vibrant soul. None of this makes sense [and] it’s definitely a homicide.” He says police didn’t do enough in the days immediately following his brother’s disappearance. Seve added that Jelani wouldn’t allow stress from school to cause him to run away and they were taught to fight their battles head on, further confirming the theory his brother was murdered.
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