REPORT: Father, 4-Year-Old Son Fatally Shot before Mom Chased to Her Death off Ravine

BY TEAM DML / JULY 11, 2018 /

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An argument between an American family and a shepherd in the country of Georgia ended tragically when a father and his 4-year-old son were fatally shot near the ravine where the boy’s mother plummeted to her death.

The article goes on to state the following:

According to investigators, Ryan Smith, his wife, Lora Smith, and their son, Caleb, were pronounced dead last week — days after their killings.

The report continues:

The 19-year-old suspect, who is not named in the statement, allegedly confessed to the killings. He allegedly told detectives he shot Ryan and Caleb Smith with a hunting rifle. Lora managed to flee the shooting scene, but died after falling into the ravine.

The suspect, the statement explains, allegedly hid the 4-year-old’s body “in an avalanche.”

The statement does not address what fueled the animosity between the suspect and Ryan Smith, but Georgia Today reports the suspect may have sexually harassed Lora.

Ryan Smith, Lora Smith, and their son Caleb Smith
Source: Ryan Smith/Facebook

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1 Comment

  1. Shirley Blanchard July 12th, 2018 at 12:48 am

    I’m sorry, but what makes Americans want to travel abroad, especially now. It’s a shame we have to think like that, but you couldn’t get me to even if I won a free vacation outside U.S.A.


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