Lawsuit Claims Murfreesboro Facility at Fault for Man’s Burning Death - Articles

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Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Mar 29, 2019
The family of a man who was burned alive at a veteran’s affairs facility is suing multiple people associated with the facility, the Daily News Journal reports. John Daniels Carothers was arrested and accused of murdering Robert "Bobby" Miller," a black man, and later sent a letter to a white supremacist group admitting to the crime. Robert Miller Jr. and Vernice Miller are suing multiple people after the March 2018 death of their son, including Ida Frazier and Annie Young, sisters and co-owners of Frazier Young Supportive Living. The wrongful death suit names employees of the facility, Carothers and Ten Broeck Healthcare, a private mental health institution in Cookeville that placed Miller and Carothers in the Frazier Young residence.