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Grand jury decision expected in case of murdered pregnant Marine

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JACKSONVILLE (AP) -- A grand jury in Jacksonville is expected to decide today whether to indict a Marine corporal suspected of killing a 20-year-old pregnant colleague who once accused him of rape. Onslow County District Attorney Dewey Hudson says the grand jury is expected to consider formally charging Cesar Laurean in the disappearance and death of Lance Corporal Maria Lautherbach. Investigators found Lauterbach's burned remains and those of her child in a fire pit in Laurean's back yard earlier this month. She had been missing since mid-December. Lauterbach was eight months pregnant when she disappeared. Authorities think Laurean has fled to Mexico. A man identified as his cousin says he saw Laurean there earlier this week. An autopsy shows Lauterbach died from a blow to the head. (Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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duuuuhhhhh , yeah if you

duuuuhhhhh , yeah if you find a half burnt body in someones backyard and yes you have proof they were at home at the time of death yeah they probably no something about it unless some relatives came over and cooked a surprise barbecue and droped a extra body off you no it was kinda taking up space ceasears would be a good place to drop it off get it off there hands for a while, maybe ceasear want notice us burying it , cmon people that boy is guilty and he has friends that no about that girls murder whom are just as guilty as he is and they could have done something earlier to help the police find her body