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Breaking: Reward in Death of Grant Solomon Increases to $15,000


Thanks to the generosity of donors, the reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the killer(s) of Grant Solomon has increased to over $15,000.

Solomon died in Gallatin, Tennessee, under suspicious circumstances.

His father, Aaron Solomon, a former TV anchor in Nashville, is the only known witness.

Forensics experts have stated that Solomon’s injuries are inconsistent with his reported death by being dragged under his pickup truck. Additionally, Anglican Watch has identified medical personnel and others with additional information relevant to the case.

Experts also have criticized the Gallatin, Tennessee police department for filing a report into Solomon’s death without investigating the matter, including documented instances of sexual abuse of Aaron Solomon’s daughter, Gracie, and multiple allegations of domestic abuse involving Aaron.

Shortly before his death, Grant said he was afraid of his father. He also told his mother, Dr. Angies Huffines Solomon, “I don’t want to die in Gallatin today.”

To date, Gallatin police department and Tennessee state officials have refused to reopen the case, despite senior officials referring to the location of Grant’s death as “the crime scene.”

Moreover, state officials have cited a lack of evidence in the matter, reinforcing the need for a full and fair investigation.
Grant also allegedly told others before his death that he had observed Aaron accessing child pornography, which he termed “vile.”

Similarly, a guardian ad litem appointed to represent Grant and Gracie stated in writing that she believed Aaron used money and connections to prevent an investigation into his son’s death.

Despite her recommendations, Tennessee courts have refused to protect Grant and Gracie or address allegations that Gracie has been sexually assaulted by her father.

Anyone with information in the case is encouraged to send tips using our online form or via email at [email protected].

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