The Illinois Attorney General has filed suit against the brother of Sheri Coleman. Coleman and her two sons were murdered in their Columbia, Illinois, home in 2009 by Sheri’s husband.
The suit alleged the ministry should have known that former employee Christopher Coleman was behind the anonymous threats against himself and his family.
Sheri Coleman’s family contends the ministry could have done more to prevent the murders of Sheri and her two sons by Chris Coleman.
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.
Family members want the body of Sheri Coleman and her two sons exhumed for reburial near Chicago.
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The suit says the ministry could have done more to prevent the killings of Sheri, Garrett and Gavin Coleman.
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Six women who were friends of Sheri Coleman’s took the stand Friday morning.