We are now on a presidential level. Child Closure Law has been changed to Curtis Law.
In memory of Curtis Leon Williamson 1980-1997
The Curtis Law is for the surviving family left behind. After the death of a child 18 years and under.
In the case of a child 18 years and under that dies and the case has a homicide investigation the parents, guardian, grandparents or foster parents of the said minor not involved in the case shall be notified and provided a list of all local, state or federal agencies in possession of any records or property of any kind regarding the death of their child to be given without a lawyer. This is necessary to obtain closure for the family left behind and the FBI cannot block out or conceal information. The families must be notified of any records clothing or property of any kind available at the time of the death of the said minor. This is necessary to obtain closure for the surviving families. Closure should be a law and not a plea or request for the surviving families. Closure is a process that the loved ones left behind must obtain and the first step to closure is knowing all information available that happen to said minor and not be prolonged by obtaining a lawyer to gather any information and property of said minor.