Thursday, June 10, 2010

Black militant group urges feds to prosecute dragging death - WIS News 10 - Columbia, South Carolina |

Finally someone is fighting for the justice be served of Anthony's Murder

Black militant group urges feds to prosecute dragging death - WIS News 10 - Columbia, South Carolina

Thursday, June 3, 2010

My Friend Anthony Hill Murdered

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

R.I.P to my friend Anthony Hill

Anthony Hill grew up in Winnsboro SC, He served in the military.He was very smart, loved computers,he loved to help people in everyway he could. I known him since high school, he was in JRSTC and wanted to be in the army, and he accomplised that and more. He
love to joke and make people laugh, he is the fa...ther of three cute kids,and have a loving family that always supported him. He will be missed my many but never forgotten.
Birthday:December 20, 1979Born:Winnsboro , SC



Newberry County, SC (WLTX) - Newberry County deputies say a man found dead Wednesday morning had been shot in the head and was dragged behind a car.Sheriff Lee Foster identified the victim as 30-year-old Anthony Hill of Winnsboro at a Wednesday afternoon news conference with State Law Enforcement Division Director Reggie Lloyd.The coroner concluded that Hill died from the gunshot wound. Earlier in the day, deputies announced they'd arrested 19-year-old Gregory Ashton Collins in connection with the killing and charged him with murder. Foster and Lloyd say they are investigating the possibility that the incident could be a hate crime. Hill is black, while Collins is white.The FBI is assisting in the investigation. Hill's body was found by a person driving down Highway 176 around 4:30 a.m. The discovery was made in an area near the town limits of the town of Pomaria, about a half-mile from Pomaria Garmany Elementary School.Evidence at the scene led investigators to Collins's trailer on Orchard Park Trail. Deputies and SLED agents surrounded his home and tried to get him to come outside. After three hours, officers used tear gas to force him from the trailer. Original Story: Standoff Ends, Suspect in CustodyThe suspect did not have any weapons on him, but deputies did say he was wearing an empty gun holster.Investigators believe Hill was killed at another location and left along Highway 176. Investigators say they are not sure of the motive behind the crime, but say Hill and Collins were acquaintances. According to Foster, the two worked at the Louis Rich plant in Newberry.Foster has said that the incident is "one of the top three most violent crime scenes he's ever seen." Foster has been in law enforcement for 35 years.