- Jul 31, 2018
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Still wondering if this is tied to the larger mess in Oklahoma. Great article for reference: https://www.washingtonpost.com/national-security/2022/09/15/oklahoma-murders-white-supremacists/
The missing people authorities have mentioned in connection with the Logan County case are mostly men with long histories of drug arrests and prison stints. One exception is 21-year-old newlywed Audrey Slack, who hasn’t been seen since Jan. 11.
That morning, Slack called her family from a motel outside Oklahoma City while on a road trip with her husband, Stephen Walker, who is more than twice her age and whose tattoos signal membership in another white-supremacist prison gang.
Slack said to expect the couple home by 8 p.m., but they never arrived. Their black pickup truck was found with a bullet hole and traces of blood and bleach on the interior, according to a search warrant filed Aug. 2.
Slack’s relatives, who asked that their names and other identifying details be withheld, said investigators had called out of the blue in April to ask for dental records. The family, which had already submitted DNA samples, refused unless the detective told them what was going on. That’s when the family learned that multiple human remains had been found about a 15-minute drive from where the missing couple were last seen.
Since that day, they’ve been stuck in the same excruciating limbo as the other families, waiting for identifications that could take many more months.
“I need to know,” said one of Slack’s relatives. “I need to settle my heart."