Kaitlyn Arquette, 18, was murdered in Albuquerque on July 16, 1989. Albuquerque police dubbed the shooting a "random drive-by" and refused to investigate any other possibility. The case has never been solved.
Kait's family believes she was killed because she was a potential Whistle Blower. In the months directly preceding her murder, Kait was in a position to have gained information about a number of illegal activities involving dangerous and corrupt individuals. Among those activities were the following:
Asian Crime in New Mexico and California
Drug Activities Involving New Mexico VIPs
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"We accept the fact that police can't always solve murder cases. The challenge is sometimes too much for them, and families have to live with that. What we should not have to live with, however, is a deliberate police effort to conceal or alter important evidence! We believe there's an official cover-up going on with our daughter's case. It's our hope that exposure on the Internet will keep information about her case from becoming buried and will give informants an easy way to contact us."
Don and Lois Arquette