After Four Years, Asian American Teenage Girl Killing Was Brought Into The Limelight!!!
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After Four Years, Asian American Teenage Girl Killing Was Brought Into The Limelight!!!

In 2017 an Asian American teenage girl was set on fire in Colorado. The girl was 17 years old and was found dead in her family’s mountain community home. The officials got to know about the fire breakdown. When the officials reached the place they found Long’s body inside her family’s home in December 2017 in Bailey, a mountain community house that is about 45 miles (72 kilometers) southwest of Denver.

What Is The Case About?

At first, it seemed like it was an accident but later questions were raised which made the people doubt her death whether It was accidental or intentional. An FBI agent has revealed recently that they have again started to investigate the death case. The local authorities reported that the girl was set fire purposefully in her family’s mountain community home. The FBI stated that it is a “hate crime matter.” They have reported that she was murdered and they also think that at least three men were involved in her death. But no arrests have been made.

After Four Years, Asian American Teenage Girl Killing Was Brought Into The Limelight!!!

The Aftermath Of The 2017 Asian American Killing

The press raised the questions to the FBI about why they think it a hate crime case but there was no reply from their side to any of the calls and email messages from the press people on Tuesday. Park County Sheriff Tom McGraw has stated that Long was purposely set on fire and burned alive. Also said that they believe that before the fire started there must have been a conflict between Long and her attackers. They have also reported that a Beretta handgun, an AK-47-style rifle, 2,000 rounds of ammunition, safe and jade figurines were looted from the residence. After this, a series of attacks were targeted against Asian Americans nationally since the pandemic took hold.

After Four Years, Asian American Teenage Girl Killing Was Brought Into The Limelight!!!

The 2021 Review On The 2017 Crime

When the officials enquired Long’s sisters, Lynna and Connie Long they stated that they didn’t face any kind of overt Asian racism when they resided in the society. Lynna Long also said that “This is an angle that wasn’t looked into in the past, and at this point, there is no stone left unturned. Looking at the extent of violence in this crime, that is certainly an angle to look more closely into,”.

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