Monday, January 14, 2008

Bodies of Cpl Maria Lauterbach and Unborn Child Found Burned and Buried

This is an unfolding—and very big—news story from Onslow County, North Carolina. It’s tragic and horrible. The young woman was in her eight month of pregnancy.

Unfortunately, North Carolina is one of 15 states without a fetal homicide law so no crime is likely to be registered against the unborn child.

$25K offered for suspect in Marine death

Cpl. Cesar A. Laurean has been charged in the first-degree murder of Lance Cpl. Maria Lauterbach, who was more than eight months pregnant and had accused her alleged killer of rape.

What are believed to be the burned remains of Lauterbach and her unborn child were taken to the state medical examiner’s office in Chapel Hill, N.C., on Monday morning.

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Canada currently has no fetal homicide laws but has an up-coming vote on the Unborn Victims of Crime Bill (C484).

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At 4:16 PM, Blogger Gallant Shepherds said...

Canadians, Please Note:

Member of Parliament Ken Epp has submitted a Private Members Bill C484 regarding Unborn Victims of Violence

This bill is currently being debated in the House of Commons, Next debate, February 29, 2008. And will be voted on March 5, 2008.

Some MP's have stated that they have received no letters from their constituents.

Although over 80% of Canadians agree with this Bill it is important that they not be apathetic, but step up and write their Member of Parliament, and possibility CC the Minister of Justice, The Prime Minister or Ken Epp.

For more information about this bill go to MP Ken Epp's Website at

For a List of Members of Parliament go to

or Just Search Canadian Members Of Parliament.

Tell your friends and family members. Please Act Today!


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