to connectVideoGA police found three people dead in a home, it is considered to be a murder-suicide
As a check on the physical well-being in a Vinings, GA townhome has led the police to the discovery of the three people in your life; they believed that this was an apparent murder-suicide.
Divorced Georgia’s mother, who the police believe killed her two children before committing suicide this week, just got back from a trip to Italy with her daughter and boasted that she was ” the best little girl in order to share the precious moments in time.”
The body of 58-year-old Marsha Edwards, the 24-year-old son, Christopher, Edward II, and her 20-year-old daughter, Erin Edwards was found in the family’s town house in an upscale neighborhood, just outside of Atlanta on Wednesday night, after police had responded to a request for a welfare check.
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Hours before the shooting, Marsha, Edwards posted a photo of herself on Instagram with the caption, “I’m the best of the summer with Chris in Miami and in Italy. I couldn’t ask for better kids.”
In the last few days, she shared a photo of her in Rome, and with It, a Boston University student, who had just completed a summer internship at New York’s WNBC-TV.
The 58-year-old posted a photo of the couple on Facebook to attend a viewing of “The Last Judgment” in the Sistine Chapel, and the food shortly after.
“It’s good luck to dine at The Vatican for our tour.🙏” she wrote on Aug. 19.
The mother and daughter was also on the arm, and the arm, laughing at the Leaning Tower of Pisa in the Square of Miracles.
Edwards was a medical doctor, who is a graduate of the Louisiana State University School of Medicine in Shreveport. She was MME Enterprises, LLC, a supplier of surgical and medical devices, according to her Linkedin page.
Christopher, Edward II, was a content manager for the City of Atlanta, the Mayor’s Office of Entertainment.
All three of the victims were members of the National Association of Black Journalists. He and his mother had participated in the NABJ annual convention in Miami two weeks leading up to the shooting.
“NABJ extends its condolences, prayers and thoughts are with the family, friends and colleagues of Marsha Edwards, Christopher Edwards II, and the Resistance,” the organization said in a statement.
Marsha Edwards’s ex-husband, Dr. Christopher Edwards, was a prominent surgeon in Atlanta, georgia, who is also on the board of the Morehouse School of Medicine, and the Atlanta Housing Authority.
“Dr. Edwards, his family and friends have been in a state of grief and shock, as well as the privacy of the family is very important, because agreements have been made,” the family’s spokesman, Jeff Dickerson, told The New York Post in a statement.
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Atlanta’s Mayor, Keisha Lance-Bottoms, and her husband, also released a statement sharing their condolences.
“Derek and I will take it to the greater Atlanta community is in mourning for the loss of three members of the much-loved Edward’s family,” Bottoms said. “Chris, and It was beautiful, vibrant and brilliant young people we have had the pleasure of knowing their whole lives. She filled the lives of all who met them with joy, compassion, and kindness. May the peace of God, beyond all understanding, be with His family, and all who had the honor to know them.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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