By JOSÉ PÉREZ
Special to South Florida Times
With tears running down her face Robin Kiser-Gray, the widow of a Pembroke Pines man who was shot on July 24, relayed the unthinkable to a thicket of video-cameras and microphones Thursday.
“He was killed in front of me over words,” said Kiser-Gray as she addressed local media for the first time since her husband, Rodney Gray’s death.
Gray was shot to death after an argument with Rodney Paul that stemmed from a minor traffic accident in the Hampton Isles gated community in Pembroke Pines.
Flanked by her attorneys, Andell Brown, left, and Irvin Daphnis, Kiser-Gray held the press conference barely 12 hours after returning from New York where a private family service was held for Gray and where he was buried.
No arrests have been made in the case and a spokesperson for the Broward State Attorney’s Office told the South Florida Times that “nothing has been presented” related to the homicide. The Grays had not lived in South Florida for long before the murder. Outside of the couple’s three children the Grays have no family in the area.
“I am alone and I don’t have answers,” said Kiser-Gray. “I want answers.”