Sidney Moorer Loses Appeal Case in South Carolina Supreme Court

The man who was convicted in the disappearance of Heather Elvis has lost another appeal. South Carolina Supreme Court judges denied Sidney Moorer’s appeal and stated it should’ve never accepted the case. Arguments were heard on May 17th and during the hearing, Moorer’s attorney asked to remove the obstruction of justice charge stating that Moorer did nothing to hinder the investigation. He was found guilty of obstruction of justice in September 2017 in connection with Elvis’ disappearance and was found guilty in a re-trial in 2019 on the kidnapping charge. Moorer’s wife Tammy is also serving a 30-year sentence after being convicted of kidnapping in October, 2018.