Unsolved Murder Hits 9th Anniversary

Unsolved Murder Hits 9th Anniversary

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As Debra Baber pounds a memorial cross into the ground, she also hammers away at a case she doesn't want people to forget.  She prays that justice will be done.

"I wish someone would come forward and tell what they would know, and catch the one that did this cause it was cold blooded murder," says Debra Baber.  She's the daughter of Grady Baber.  The murder happened nine years ago—July 2nd 2004.  Grady Baber was selling shrimp in this neighborhood near the corner of Live Oak and Hercules Street.  Debra Baber says someone demanded money--her father refused and was shot as he drove off.  He died early on the morning July 3rd from his injuries.  In the video you can see how these pictures of Grady Baber have faded, but Grady's memory hasn't faded from his daughter's heart.

"Christmas just isn't Christmas anymore, they took something away they should never have taken away," says Debra Baber. 

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