Update: Wife Of Slain Frankfort Man Says He Was Good Father

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 1/08/2013 11:28 pm
      Family of Keith Ratliff says the Frankfort man was a good husband, father and business man who had a bright future.

     Ratliff's wife Amanda  Ratliff who was separated from him, says he was working down in Georgia at his gun business in a rural part of Carnesville.

     She says she hasn't a clue why anyone would do this to him, and adds the hardest part now will be trying to explain to their two year old son who his dad was.

     Ratliff who also had a popular YouTube channel was  big gun advocate.

      He was found shot in the head in his office so far the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is releasing few other details, details Ratliff's family are anxiously waiting on.

     Ratliff's body is returning home to Frankfort where he'll be laid to rest in the Frankfort Cemetery.
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