The suit alleged the ministry should have known that former employee Christopher Coleman was behind the anonymous threats against himself and his family.
A southern Illinois judge has ruled that family members can exhume the bodies of a murdered woman and her children and rebury them in Chicago.
Chris was convicted of murdering Sheri, Garret and Gavin in their Columbia, Illinois home in May of 2009. The ministry has claimed it had no legal obligation to protect the Coleman’s.
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The money was used to pay the defense and prosecution for Chris Coleman who was ultimately convicted of strangling his wife and their two young sons.
It’s listed with Star Realtors which has offices in Swansea and Granite City.
Coleman is serving three life sentences for the murders of his wife and two sons.
Attorneys say mistrial should have been declared and some evidence and testimony should not have been allowed.
The money cam from the state’s Capital Litigation Trust Fund.
Chris Coleman will spend the rest of his life behind bars.