On the day her son is buried a mother speaks out, demanding justice for his murder.
Police haven't made any arrests since finding Clint Disken's body buried in a rural Lincoln County barn last month. The 31-year-old had been missing since early March.
Disken's mother, Pat Devine, wants to know what happened to her son.
"I will never have closure until I know what happened, and why it happened," an emotional, Devine said.
State Police were led to the barn by a tip. But as of today, they've made no arrests and detectives say it's too early to name a suspect.
"In my heart I know who killed my son," Devine said.
She suspects, Clint's former roommate, Thomas Hager, the man also believed to be the last person to see her son alive. Hager is already in jail accused of shooting two people dead in Danville last month and wounding a third.
"He even hacked into Clint's Facebook account recently, pretending to be my son," said Devine. "He was trying to throw us off."
State Police investigators have said they're questioning Hager, among a number of other people, but stopped short of calling him a person of interest or suspect in the case.
"This is a sad day, I will never see my son again," Devine said. "I'm going to miss him, I'm going to miss him so much."
Services for Clint Disken were held at Ransdell Funeral Chapel in Harrodsburg Tuesday afternoon, he was buried at Spring Hill Cemetery also in Harrodsburg.
The family has started a memorial fund in Clint's memory. If you would like to make a donation you can do so at Farmer National Bank in Harrodsburg.
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