02-02-2010, 02:36 PM #1
February 2nd, 2010 - FAMILY STATEMENT
Over 4 years and 9 months ago our beloved daughter Janet and her unborn baby were brutally murdered. This was a significant loss to our family and friends that truly loved Janet for all that she was and could be. Janet’s murder left her son Kaiden, just six-months old at the time, without his mother. But our faith allows us the knowledge that we will be reunited one day.
We realize that this case has torn at the hearts of all of those who knew Janet and of those that have come to know her story over the past 4+ years. Throughout the years there have been many kind and generous people who came to our aid and have given their support in countless ways. These individuals have fought and continue to fight to bring about justice for Janet. For this there are no words that can express our gratitude. We are forever thankful to each and every one of you for all you have done.
Throughout the years we have remained confident and held to the faith that one day there would be justice for Janet’s murder. We are especially grateful to tireless efforts of detectives and agents with the Durham Police department, North Carolina State Bureau of Investigations and the FBI.
As far as commenting on Raven’s guilt or innocence, we will leave that to the judicial system. The investigators on this case have been able to systematically and meticulously go through all the evidence and leads to assure that the right person is in custody. We believe that the extensive evidence will speak for itself. The police have consistently said that Janet’s murder was not a “random act.” And while we wholly agree and feel that the arrest of Raven brings that comment full circle, it also causes us great sorrow.
Our primary concern is for the welfare of our grandson – Kaiden Abaroa. While the past four plus years have been tough on all of those who loved Janet it has been especially hard on Kaiden.
It is important to note that North Carolina is one among eight other states that does not prosecute individuals for the murder of an unborn child of the murdered mother. We find this fundamentally illogical to the laws of this land that protect the life and liberties of all. It needs to be understood that in many murder cases that involve an unborn child the motivation of ending that unborn child’s life is the primary driving force to commit the murder of the mother. The state of North Carolina needs to recognize and accept this by passing the fetal homicide law.
If you have any information related to the murder of Janet Marie Christiansen Abaroa please contact Detective Charles E. Sole Jr., Durham Police Department Homicide Unit at 919-560-4440 ex29350 or email@example.com
Last edited by terminatrixator; 02-02-2010 at 02:39 PM."All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." ~ Edmund Burke
"Safety never takes a holiday" ~Britney Romito
"It's easier to KEEP Raven happy, than it is to MAKE Raven happy." ~Janet Christiansen (Abaroa)
"Right now you have the capabilities of being a God" ~Karen Abaroa Bolton
02-02-2010, 03:55 PM #2Registered User
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This is a very classy statement. My prayers go out to the Christiansen family. May they finally have a glimpse of peace after almost five years of distress.
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