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These articles may already posted here, if they are my apologies.  For what it's worth, I thought I would post the links as these articles (originally written @ 2002 by Gary Dimmock), were reran in today's Ottawa Citizen.  I'm not sure if they are in the hard copy of the paper or just the online version but either way, the more attention brought to Clayton's case and the Miller's quest for justice the better!!

I pray daily that the renewed focus & recent articles on the suspicious circumstances surrounding Clayton's death will catch the eye of someone that has the power, sense of justice & tenacity to find the answers that the Miller family so desperately deserve!!!!

Solved Cases / Amber Kirwan - Murdered - New Glasgow Oct. 9th 2011
« on: October 10, 2011, 07:03:34 AM »
I saw this on FB last night and it is now on local news radio stations and on the New Glasgow News website:

Here is the FB link:!/event.php?eid=187045654704578

For some reason it won't accept the whole link, so you will have to copy and paste it into your browser.

Hi's been a long time since I was last here and I just read through this thread.  It's nice to see that there are still so many people thinking of Kenley.  One thing struck me, though...I do not remember Kenley's father being an RCMP officer, I always thought he had worked at the Pulp Mill though it's been a long time so maybe I'm mistaken!!

Hi to this site as of last night...came to it by way of the Clayton Miller group on FB.  I am so sorry to those of you searching for your loved ones and to those of you searching for justice for your loved ones, may 2009 bring you relief in your quests.  Just wanted to add to the post Maureen wrote regarding the young man who went missing from Acadia U.  His name was Kenley Matheson and he was from Port Hawkesbury.  He went missing on Sept.21/92 and has never been heard from again.  In 2005, the Wolfville police reopened his case as a cold case but once again they came up empty handed.  I think like many families of the missing, the Matheson's are at a point where they just want to have some closure, one way or the other.    I am praying that they will soon be able to go to bed one night and not have to wonder about the where-abouts of their son and brother!

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