Has this man gotten rid of two girlfriends and never been caught?
Two women vanish. Both were last seen arguing with the same man. Never charged with murder, this man has walked the streets for over a decade.
His name is Chris Revill, and in 2006, he was dating Taalibah Islam in the Fort Worth area. She had brought over their 3-month-old son so he could spend time with his father. Witnesses say there was an argument, and Christopher may have assaulted his girlfriend. Some people say he may have even broken her jaw. After the altercation, Taalibah was never seen again. The poor child was brought to Taalibah’s sister a few days later and left. His aunt ultimately raised the child, and his mother is still missing.
When questioned, Christopher said Taalibah left the baby with him and didn’t know where she went. No major investigation was conducted because Taalibah was of age, and there was a chance that she could have left on her own accord. Of course, Taalibah’s family does not believe this for one instant. And neither will you when you find out more about Mr. Revill.
Fast forward to 2008, Christopher is convicted of aggravated robbery and assault on a public servant in Dallas county Texas. He has been given five years in prison. He was released in 2015.
On October 10th, 2016, another girlfriend would vanish. Typhenie Johnson was last seen talking with her ex-boyfriend outside her apartment complex around 9:00 p.m. Christopher’s four-door white Ford Taurus was parked alongside the building.
Later Typhenie’s brother becomes worried when he cannot find her and calls the police. The police searched the area where Christopher’s car had been parked and found her keys and one of her socks. But they do not find Typhenie.
When questioned by police Christopher had the same story. She left with someone else, and he doesn’t know what happened to her.
Investigators were not convinced, and they searched his parents’ house where he was currently staying. They found Typhenie’s shirt, her torn bra, and a broken fitness tracker in their backyard.
Investigators searched his car but could not find any trace of Typhenie inside the vehicle or the car’s trunk. Where is Typhenie?
In 2019 police arrested Christopher Revill, and he was tried on forceable kidnapping. They didn’t have enough evidence to charge him with murder.
In 2019 Christopher was convicted of aggravated kid kidnapping and sentenced to life in prison. Although he is destined to spend his life behind bars, he still has not faced a murder trial for Typhenie or Taalibah.
The bodies of these two young women have never been found. If you have any information, the Facebook page advertises a $21,000 reward for anyone who can give them Typhenie’s location. If you have any information, please call a tip in. Two families have been devastated by this one man. Two families have to go to bed at night without any answers. Two families are suffering, and one child is without his mother, all because our justice system has led a predator to walk the streets for a decade. I think it’s time for reform.
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