I first wrote of Kayelyn in examiner.com because I discovered a Facebook page that was anti-social worker/CPS; they were posting hateful, hurtful things about Kaelyn. It made me furious -- she is someone's child, someone's sister. As if losing her was not enough, then finding her dead, now this crap. This Facebook page group never knew her! So I exposed the group's words in an article... the first article is HERE.
I notified her friends only because, if it were my loved one, I would want to know so I could complain/shut down this group. I so hated to do this, knowing it would cause them pain. But in the interim I discovered a lot of info I had garnered was false. So I wrote a new article HERE.
Guess what? Not only did the FB group continue their bullying, but they even did so on my article. Now, I worked in a prison - I have been called lots of names in at least 3 languages. But bullying a deceased girl who did good in the world (especially when there are FAN pages for people like Ted Bundy and Jeff Dahmer) -- not cool. We bombarded Facebook with requests to shut down the page or at least ban the comments and received some nonsense about it didn't constitute as bullying or " it doesn’t violate our Community Standards.” So I wrote THIS ARTICLE.
Meanwhile, a family continues to search for answers. Please show support for Kayelyn Louder and her family: click HERE. They have a fundraiser going so her case can be investigated, so go to this Facebook page for more info.
Kayelyn had a cute little pug mix named Phyllis. Kayelyn loved the book "The Giving Tree" and gave copies as gifts. She didn't discriminate. She was a social worker grad. No, no one is perfect. But she was a GOOD friend. That's important. And it's important to find out WHAT HAPPENED TO HER.