#Cousins we ask you to join us in sending our deepest prayers and condolences to the family of 3 year old Kamille “ Cupcake” Micknney; as it has recently been confirmed that her lifeless body was discovered within a dumpster!
According to #WVTM Kamile was originally reported missing on October 12th after being abducted from a children’s birthday party in Birmingham, Alabama. It wasn’t until tonight that officials discovered the remains of her body within a dumpster landfill confirms Police Chief Patrick Smith.
Sources have confirmed that both Patrick Stallworth and Derick Brown have been in police custody from the very beginning of their investigation. They are set to be charged with capital murder and kidnapping within connection to child abduction and murder.
Kamile’s murder has sparked outrage within the Birmingham community as well as around the world as numerous officials speak out upon this tragic loss.
“Given the tragic news that is breaking this evening, I offer my heartfelt condolences to Kamille’s family. I offer profound thanks to law enforcement and to all the volunteers who have worked tirelessly in search of this precious little girl. The heart of our state is broken, but we must do all we can to avoid this happening to another family. Our prayers remain with Kamille’s family and all who have been touched by this nightmare,” states Gov Kay Ivey.
“Cupcake was an innocent baby! My prayers are with her family and the entire Birmingham community during this unthinkable time. We must continue to find strength and unity, even in the face of heart breaking tragedy. Hold the ones you love close,’ stays Congresswoman Terri Sewell.
Mayor Randall Woodfin
“Tonight, we’re a city in mourning.
Kamille McKinney is gone. Ripped away from her family. The pain her family is enduring right now is unimaginable,’ states Mayor Randall Woodfin.
’Know that whomever perpetrated this grisly crime upon this family will be brought to justice and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, “ he continues.
’But tonight, right now, at this moment, I ask one thing of this community. Not to take sides. Not to finger-point. I ask every member of the 99 neighborhoods that makes up our city to stand in solidarity beside this broken family.”Now, more than ever, this family needs us.
Tonight, Birmingham, we mourn as one. Uplift this family. Uplift your own families. Hold your loved ones a little tighter. Let them know that they’re valued.
And to the family of Kamille, know that your pain, your tears, your anger, your sadness, and your many questions will not be ignored. Your cries for help will not go unanswered.”