Family of murdered woman and sons file lawsuit against husband
Christopher Coleman, the man who allegedly murdered wife Sheri and sons Gavin and Garett in Columbia, Illinois on May 5, is seen in an undated Monroe, Illinois County police mug shot. A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed by the family of the deceased against Christopher Coleman, and his employer, the Joyce Meyer Ministries, in Waterloo, Illinois on May 26, 2009. Although there are no survivors of the crime, the family wants to strip Christopher Coleman of all family holdings and to ensure there is no gain to him from the result of the murders. (UPI Photo/Bill Greenblatt)
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