Radio Producer's Murder Still Unsolved After 5 Years
February 6, 2008 at 5:33 AM (PT)
WEDNESDAY is the fifth anniversary of the murder of CBS Talk WAOK-A/ATLANTA producer QUIANA KNOX, and the host she worked with, ROB REDDING, remains on the search for clues to find her killer.
The case is still being investigated, although police say they have uncovered no motive for the shooting in KNOX' home on FEBRUARY 6th, 2003. KNOX, a LOS ANGELES native, was a student at CLARK ATLANTA UNIVERSITY at the time of her death.
"I can't help but think this crime may have been solved by now if QUIANA had been white," said REDDING, who now runs the REDDING NEWS REVIEW website and syndicated radio feature. "Let’s look at the facts: Black victims are all too often overlooked by my friends in the media and police departments across AMERICA when we are shot, killed or come up missing. We see the priority that is placed on the lives of whites by looking at the cases of MEREDITH EMERSON and many others. It is time to solve QUIANA's case and all the other cases where blacks have been repeatedly ignored."