South Carolina College Student Killed After Mistaking Her Killer’s Car For Uber, Mother Speaks Out

By  //  April 1, 2019

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ABOVE VIDEO: The mother of Samantha Josephson, the University of South Carolina student who was killed after she mistakenly got into a car she thought was her Uber ride, pleaded with the judge to put suspect Nathaniel David Rowland away for life.

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA (CBS NEWS) – The mother of Samantha Josephson, the University of South Carolina student who was killed after she mistakenly got into a car she thought was her Uber ride, pleaded with the judge to put suspect Nathaniel David Rowland away for life.

Police have charged the 24-year-old man with Josephson’s kidnapping and murder.

At a court hearing for the 24-year-old Rowland on Sunday, Marci Josephson was emotional as she read a statement, in which she said, “I cannot fathom how someone could randomly select a person, a beautiful girl, and steal her life away … There are no words to describe the immense pain his actions have caused our family and friends. He’s taken away a piece of our heart, soul and life.

“It sickens us to think that his face was the last thing that my baby girl saw on this Earth. Does he even know her name?

“He should never be given the right to walk free again for what he did to my daughter, or given the opportunity to hurt anybody else … My daughter’s name is Samantha Josephson. Don’t ever forget her name. Samantha Josephson.

“Shame on him.”

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