Justice For My Aunt Lisa
On Christmas Eve, Matthew Solomon murdered his 22yr old wife(my aunt/my moms sister) of two months, Lisa Weaver Solomon, by way of strangulation. He then wrapped her body in garbage bags and left her to freeze in a elementary school field. Solomon reported Lisa missing and stayed by my grandma & begged the news stations to help bring Lisa home & then led the search for her. Lisa’s body was found six days later by a very close family member.
Solomon was convicted of murder with depraved indifference and was sentenced to 18 years to life in prison.
Not only did he ruin his life, he ruined Lisa's life & our family's. Ever since I was little my family doesn't celebrate holidays, have dinner together or especially we didn't celebrate Christmas since Matthew killed Lisa on Christmas eve. Our family was affected in so many more ways & I will leave it currently unsaid.
I remember the last time I saw my Aunt Lisa & it was the same night she was murdered. I was a preteen & I sang her the song "Some where over the rainbow". I remember her laughing so hard. I remember her saying how big & beautiful my voice was for such a little girl. I remember her smile & I remember she walked out with Matthew that night for the last time...
My sister Tara Weaver was the outspoken one & would be the one to get a lot of signatures but she also died young at age 24yrs old. I now want to work harder to make my sister Tara & aunt Lisa proud, my grandma Diane & my family to get as many signatures as possible & keep Matthew behind bars for another 2 more years!!!