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Headline: Manhunt For Suspect in Marine Murder

Police are hunting for Cpl. Cesar Armando Laurean, 21, the Marine Maria Lauterbach accused of rape. Laurean, the suspect, is from Nevada, and was last seen on the Marine base around 4 a.m. Friday. He's said to be driving a black Dodge pickup with North Carolina license plate TRR1522.

Lauterbach's disappearance occurred before she was able to testify about the sexual assault. Upon investigation, Laurean's house showed signs of both blood spatter and cleanup, including fresh paint over stains. He'd also written a note to his wife saying that Lauterbach had come to his residence, cut her own throat, and that he had buried the body. The suspect is still at large.

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silver-sun silver-sun 8 years
Even if the young lady did kill herself, why in the hell would he burn her body and bury her in his yard; with a shovel he had to borrow from his neighbor ? The whole thing makes no sense. It's frightening that none of the neighbors or his wife noticed any of this going on.
pequeña pequeña 8 years
As flutterpie said, I just hope this leads to a serious investigation.
foxie foxie 8 years
Wow. You're obviously more invested in my inferior, unworthy self than you claim to be. You're being way more defensive and demeaning than what's necessary. I was just trying to point out that this is a media case now, so I think you're wrong that it won't be dealt with harshly.
wackdoodle wackdoodle 8 years
Once again Foxie careful reading and perhaps investing in a dictionary would be wise. I was not offended by your post. I never have been. For me to be offended I believe that we must be on the same level and we are not. Additionally, to take offense I must find some value or truth in your statements and I do not take offense your statements in the slightest. I cannot really say why I am responding to your "baiting" other than to say I'm bored and you're entertaining and I'm long-winded.Anyway, in observing your movements around the board, you have a tendency to make rash, highly judgmental, some would say inflammatory statements. I'll click on a post intending on making a comment and see your post there and see that you are already "tilting at windmills" with some other posters who finally just decide to ignore you all together. It appears that you try to start fights with other posters because their viewpoints differ from yours - then you become juvenile in your arguments which it seems just leads posters to not want to engage in debate you with because you always crumble under the weight of the lack of evidence and experience to back up your statements. But to each his/her own, except from your perspective. I see this too in my 21 year old nephew everything in the world is black & white - cut & dried when in fact the world is far more hazy and uncertain. You're excessively defensive Foxie for no reason. Sometimes it's just better to not start a fight than to try to win every pointless battle, no matter how fun. I would suspect Foxie that you like I like being autodidact however formal education adds to your knowledge and strength.But again this thread isn't about Foxie or wackdoodle it's about Maria Lauterbach and Cpl. Cesar Armando Laurean and whether Maria's killer will be found and why he was allowed to simply roam free on the in the first place.
wackdoodle wackdoodle 8 years
Once again Foxie careful reading and perhaps investing in a dictionary would be wise. I was not offended by your post. I never have been. For me to be offended I believe that we must be on the same level and we are not. Additionally, to take offense I must find some value or truth in your statements and I do not take offense your statements in the slightest. I cannot really say why I am responding to your "baiting" other than to say I'm bored and you're entertaining and I'm long-winded. Anyway, in observing your movements around the board, you have a tendency to make rash, highly judgmental, some would say inflammatory statements. I'll click on a post intending on making a comment and see your post there and see that you are already "tilting at windmills" with some other posters who finally just decide to ignore you all together. It appears that you try to start fights with other posters because their viewpoints differ from yours - then you become juvenile in your arguments which it seems just leads posters to not want to engage in debate you with because you always crumble under the weight of the lack of evidence and experience to back up your statements. But to each his/her own, except from your perspective. I see this too in my 21 year old nephew everything in the world is black & white - cut & dried when in fact the world is far more hazy and uncertain. You're excessively defensive Foxie for no reason. Sometimes it's just better to not start a fight than to try to win every pointless battle, no matter how fun. I would suspect Foxie that you like I like being autodidact however formal education adds to your knowledge and strength. But again this thread isn't about Foxie or wackdoodle it's about Maria Lauterbach and Cpl. Cesar Armando Laurean and whether Maria's killer will be found and why he was allowed to simply roam free on the in the first place.
foxie foxie 8 years
Overreaction much? I don't see what I said that offended you like that.
wackdoodle wackdoodle 8 years
Foxie the greatest and most consistent thing about you is that you seem think that anyone who doesn't completely agree with you is against you and therefore wrong and not knowledgeable and also that anyone who isn't with you is against you. As usually it been a pleasure to debate someone so sophomoric a viewpoint.
wackdoodle wackdoodle 8 years
Foxie the greatest and most consistent thing about you is that you seem think that anyone who doesn't completely agree with you is against you and therefore wrong and not knowledgeable and also that anyone who isn't with you is against you. As usually it been a pleasure to debate someone so sophomoric a viewpoint.
JennaV JennaV 8 years
That poor, poor woman :( The last I heard this dude was in Louisiana...I bet money his ass is in Mexico by now. What a horrible excuse for a human being.
JennaV JennaV 8 years
That poor, poor woman :( The last I heard this dude was in Louisiana...I bet money his ass is in Mexico by now. What a horrible excuse for a human being.
foxie foxie 8 years
This is already a media case, though. He doesn't stand a chance, no one will believe she killed herself. The military won't have a choice in the matter, the media says he's guilty so he's guilty. And it just so happens, wack, that you're not the only one with a military family. And there's a big difference from having your dad in the military and serving yourself. I'm not saying you're completely wrong, just not to think that you're the only one "above the delusion that the military is perfect." Being in the military, I definitely already know that.
kia kia 8 years
I agree with flutter, I hope some good can come of this case. The military has a less than stellar history of handling cases to protect women caught in domestic issues and rape. I mean come on, why was the comrade who she accused not looked at more closely... say closer to the 19th when she went missing. Nope, instead twenty-some days after her disappearance he takes off because that is when he starts being investigated after a witness steps in.
wackdoodle wackdoodle 8 years
Past military tribunal & criminal cases on this matter, have shown that he will not receive a penalty equal to or exceeding a civilian penalty. He'll get at most a slap on the wrist and a court martial. As I've explained to you before Foxie the military-all branches-have exceedingly poor track records at handling rape cases both of men and women. They have also not handled murder/homicide cases well - let's simply look at the case of Captain Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald which is being re-examined by attorneys and investigators outside the military because the case bought against him by the US Army and Dept of Defense was poor to weak at best and would not have flown in civilian court. The military has been your life from what the age of 18 til now 21 - I was born into a military family and there is a difference. I lived it all my life-eyes wide open as they say no delusions that the military is perfection-far from it. My dad was a Navy Officer joined at 17 left and went to the DOD at 40. My uncles on both sides (all 8 of them are career military all branches) plus one aunt. Not to mention the numerous school friends who enlisted or went ROTC or one even Anapolis. My oldest brother went Navy like my dad, he went first wave to Desert Storm (SeaBees have to build the runways and barracks for everyone else). And my nephews are draftable age at this time (though we discourage them from enlisting)- I make it my business to keep up what and how the military conducts its business and cares and treats its own. Cause I consider myself part of its own. Born and breed on a base.
wackdoodle wackdoodle 8 years
Past military tribunal & criminal cases on this matter, have shown that he will not receive a penalty equal to or exceeding a civilian penalty. He'll get at most a slap on the wrist and a court martial.As I've explained to you before Foxie the military-all branches-have exceedingly poor track records at handling rape cases both of men and women. They have also not handled murder/homicide cases well - let's simply look at the case of Captain Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald which is being re-examined by attorneys and investigators outside the military because the case bought against him by the US Army and Dept of Defense was poor to weak at best and would not have flown in civilian court.The military has been your life from what the age of 18 til now 21 - I was born into a military family and there is a difference. I lived it all my life-eyes wide open as they say no delusions that the military is perfection-far from it. My dad was a Navy Officer joined at 17 left and went to the DOD at 40. My uncles on both sides (all 8 of them are career military all branches) plus one aunt. Not to mention the numerous school friends who enlisted or went ROTC or one even Anapolis. My oldest brother went Navy like my dad, he went first wave to Desert Storm (SeaBees have to build the runways and barracks for everyone else). And my nephews are draftable age at this time (though we discourage them from enlisting)- I make it my business to keep up what and how the military conducts its business and cares and treats its own. Cause I consider myself part of its own. Born and breed on a base.
flutterpie flutterpie 8 years
he wont be punished harshly because he is going to say she commited suicide and if she did it also lets the marines off the hook. he has a good defense seeing as her own mother called her bipolar and a compulsive liar.
foxie foxie 8 years
Wack- What makes you think he won't be punished as harshly? He's completely done for.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 8 years
What a tragedy. She was a lovely girl.Laureen's note seems very questionable. It may be a desperate attempt to cover-up.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 8 years
What a tragedy. She was a lovely girl. Laureen's note seems very questionable. It may be a desperate attempt to cover-up.
flutterpie flutterpie 8 years
i really hope this leads to an investigation on how the marines handle sexual assault cases, maybe something good can come out of it
wackdoodle wackdoodle 8 years
This "man" is sick. Yeah the woman I raped, who file charges against me, willing came to my friend's house where she knew I be alone and decided to commit suicide because... He's a liar and demented that's why. But if this goes through military court he won't be penalized as harshly as if it goes through civilian courts. This took malice and forethought on his part - ie first-degree murder. Not to mention that he may have done this deed to cover up his first crime.
wackdoodle wackdoodle 8 years
This "man" is sick. Yeah the woman I raped, who file charges against me, willing came to my friend's house where she knew I be alone and decided to commit suicide because...He's a liar and demented that's why. But if this goes through military court he won't be penalized as harshly as if it goes through civilian courts. This took malice and forethought on his part - ie first-degree murder. Not to mention that he may have done this deed to cover up his first crime.
msshellokitty msshellokitty 8 years
That's awful.
msshellokitty msshellokitty 8 years
That's awful.
Princesskitty22 Princesskitty22 8 years
Wow, really? I didn't know that. How terrible.
Princesskitty22 Princesskitty22 8 years
Wow, really? I didn't know that. How terrible.
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