6 Months Later, Father of Murdered Teen Speaks Out
It's been 6 months since the murder of 16-year-old Sebastian Ochsenius, the Buchholz High School honors student whose absence has left a void in countless hearts.
"Everyday I talk to him, and ask him for help to find out who did this, and actually help us to keep living, because it's hard," said Boris Ochsenius, Sebastian's father.
Time is what Ochsenius says, is creating more questions than answers.
"You put everything in perspective, and you figure out something is wrong here, something is pretty wrong," said Ochsenius, who believes the Alachua County Sheriff's Office mishandled the case from the beginning.
Three months ago, Ochsenius hired a private investigator, who is giving him and his family more hope.
"I promised him I'm going to find who did this, now that is my goal in life. I don't care what I have to do, I don't care if I have to live a hundred years, I'm going to do it," said Ochsenius.
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