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Family mourning loved one whose accused killer is a repeat offender for murder



Little Rock, Arkansas – On this Mother’s Day, many families are honoring their mothers in two ways: those who are still living and those who have left this world.

One family in central Arkansas is honoring the life of a member of their family who passed away in 2021 as a result of gunshot wounds.

Little Rock police are looking into a shooting that occurred overnight that left one person dead and another injured.

A family celebrated the birthday of a loved one who was no longer physically present by singing “Happy Birthday,” a song that is more often than not only kept alive in their memories.

“Today he would’ve turned 33,” father of son murdered, Ray Montgomery said.

Termaine Anderson was the one who ended the life of Ryan Montgomery in 2021 in Saline County by shooting him.

On Sunday, Ryan’s family got together to celebrate his birthday by letting off some birthday balloons for him.

Ray Montgomery added that he can’t help but be outraged about the fact that his son was murdered by someone who had previously been convicted of murdering someone else. He said this as the balloons drifted above his gravestone into the sky.

“He just got out of the penitentiary and been out for 3 months and he killed again and it just makes me wonder why nobody monitored him,” Montgomery said.

According to the paperwork filed in the case, Termaine Anderson was found guilty of first-degree murder in Pulaski County in 2006 and given a sentence of 20 years in jail.

The following year, in 2021, he murdered Ryan Montgomery by shooting him.

“Are they going to keep on letting this happen to another family? I know it’s not going to bring my son back,” Montgomery stated.

Anderson was given a sentence of 24 years in prison in March of this year, which means that he has another possible opportunity of getting out of jail again in his lifetime. Montgomery stated that he is upset with the court system because of this, and he cited this as the reason for his anger.

“The proof is in the pudding. You gave him a second chance and it means nothing to him,” Montgomery stated. “If killing is his thing, leave him where he is.”


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