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01-20-2008, 08:57 AM
Sunday, January 20, 2008
JACKSONVILLE, N.C. — As far as Wanda and Richard Alander could tell, their next-door neighbors were a "perfectly normal family," a Marine couple in a Marine town with a nice house and an 18-month-old daughter who "just doted on her daddy."
The Alanders attached no significance to the fact that Cesar Laurean had recently borrowed a shovel from Richard. "He borrowed a rake before," he said. Nor did Wanda think much of it when Christina Laurean told her they were repainting the interior of their house.
01-20-2008, 09:03 AM
Thought the mom reported her missing on the 19th.:confused:
Maybe it's just me...
Have to back track threw the posts.
Thanks for the article...
Ok did back track, was the 18th....daaaa
01-20-2008, 12:12 PM
Sunshine, I posted a link to this article early this morning in the media thread. Due to copyright restrictions we're not able to post entire articles. If you reduce the amount you quote to important parts, we can discuss the info in the article in this thread.
Rum Tum Tugger
01-20-2008, 01:36 PM
Sunshine, I posted a link to this article early this morning in the media thread. Due to copyright restrictions we're not able to post entire articles.
If you reduce the amount you quote to important parts, we can discuss the info in the article in this thread.
GolfMom - I was just about to leave the same post for Sunshine as I read the articles online earlier this morning.
Sunshine - At Websleuths, we are permitted to copy & post a small portion of an article and then provide a "sourceable link" to that article which also credits the author & publication for their reporting. As Golfmom said - it's "copyright infringement" to copy another's work and WS does not wish to invite lawsuits. It's obvious you were not aware of this - and we do appreciate your thoughtfulness in sharing the articles with all of us. (Lots of interesting info!)
Below are the appropriate links for referral to the articles.
Marine's rape claim failed to raise red flags
Interviewed: Mary Lauterbach - Maria's Mom
Slain Marine's mom: No one would listen
Articles published today (Jan. 20th) in the Dayton Daily News.
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