Dayna Kempson Schacht

October 19, 2010 by staff 

Dayna Kempson Schacht, A couple in Georgia requires solutions immediately after the disappearance of their daughter was videotaped, and then become viral videos. Dayna Kempson Schacht died in a motor vehicle accident very July.

One of your photos stakeholders originally filmed allegedly locked in the scene – including the body Dayna – with its exclusive cell phone cell. It was then he confirmed the firemen colleagues. A firefighter had other clip and he confirmed to customers in a bar, and the unfolding of a father s there. Dayna ‘reaches a text message in the online video just a few days in the past. “He was sick enough that we lost our daughter. And now, to have to take care of something like that, it’s really just past sentences.” Spalding County officials are investigating the incident. Keep listening to the movement of information. GRIFFIN, Ga. (AP) – More or less just three months after his little princess is dead, a father of Georgia has acquired an image graphic cell phone business used by a firefighter who reveals fatal injuries to her daughter. Jeff Kempson told WAGA-TV that he does not understand why a firefighter who allegedly used a video of her child, 23 years, Dayna Kempson-Schacht. She died July 17 when his car crashed into trees. The workplace Spalding County Sheriff’s asked a firefighter in the county took the videotape on its smartphone cell individualized and shared with other firefighters. An unknown firefighter video recording of a bar, where he sent a text message to other customers. From there, the video unfolds. Investigators said they did not imagine taking or sharing of videos that have violated the law. However, the county is the investigation regardless of whether internal guidelines have been violated. Info from: WAGA-TV

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