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Kayleah Wilson video tribute -- with music by Slaughter

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400 people said goodbye


Kayleah Wilson at a memorial service

in Greeley yesterday -- the same day eighteen-year-old

Robert Laurencio Montoya

, who reportedly had a sexual relationship with the late twelve-year old, was in court on a sexual assault charge. In the meantime, tributes to the girl continue to pop up on the

Prayers for Kayleah Wilson's Safe Return

Facebook page and sites like YouTube, where the video above can be found. The clip's soundtrack is "Fly to the Angels," by a band with an all-too-appropriate name: Slaughter. Watch the salute above.

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