Discussion in '2000's Missing' started by FrenchFryDog, Dec 17, 2004.
It's amazing they found the rug, and even more amazing they found evidence still in the rug.
I would withhold judgement on this. The chain of evidence is kind of shaky. I'm not buying this just yet
Holy Cow, I used to live about a block away from where the lady found that rug. Creepy.
Maybe before the Peterson case, the prosecutors wouldn't even have attempted to try this person for murder. I think that its good that they're at least giving it a try! Too many times, they have a suspect that they let go because the DA won't attempt to prosecute them.
Updated: 07/25/2010 09:06:15 PM PDT
Case affidavit naming Maurice Nasmeh
From first link:
Prayers for Jeanine's family, they still think of her day and night and long for her return.
ETA: Private member (Parking Lot) thread with 5 or so posts discussing Jeanine's case.
Maurice Nasmeh, suspect in the disappearance of Jeanine Harms in 2001, was killed by Harms' brother on Saturday. The brother, Wayne Sanchez, also took his own life.
Suspect in Jeanine Harms' murder killed by Harms' brother
This is so sad. Now these parents have lost TWO children to violence.
New article with good summary of the case to date:
Mystery deepens over what happened to Jeanine Harms
Woman's Clothes, Hair Found in Maurice Nasmeh's Home
The family found the items while cleaning out house following his death.
By LORI PREUITT
Updated 9:26 PM PST, Thu, Feb 24, 2011
There is a new and bizarre twist in the Jeanine Harms' missing person case out of the South Bay.
Although presumed dead, Harms' body has never been found since her disappearance nearly a decade ago. The prime suspect was shot and killed earlier this year by Harms' brother who turned the gun on himself minutes later.
The San Jose Mercury News is reporting that the family of now deceased Maurice Nasmeh has turned over several items to Los Gatos police that may be connected to the case. The items included female clothes and shoes, and a lock of human hair found in the suspect home.
By Lori Preuitt | Wednesday, Aug 24, 2011 | Updated 5:27 PM PDT
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