Wednesday, November 09, 2011
Volunteers Replace Vandalized Lauren Spierer Posters After They Searched Every Inch Of Bloomington, Did Local Sex Offenders Remove Posters, Where is Lauren?
BLOOMINGTON - Volunteers spent Saturday, November 5th, replacing posters of a missing Indiana University student that had been torn down. Thousands of people have helped with the search for Lauren Spierer, putting up posters and searching nearly every inch of Bloomington. Recently, an anonymous letter was sent to Spierer's parents, criticizing the poster of their daughter as littering up the town.
"It is kind of hard to understand how a person could tear down posters of a missing person when, you know, this person has a family that is searching for them. How can you be heartless enough to tear down those posters?" said volunteer Joe Bailey.
During the past five months, thousands of posters with Spierer's picture, detailed information on where she was last seen and a police phone number have been placed all over Bloomington. Recently, hundreds of the posters have been taken down, followed by the letter to the missing IU junior's parents, critical of the search effort and the posters. "That is what I said one time. For every poster they take down, there is 5-10 more that will put it back up. Take 'em down and we will put them right back up," said volunteer Maryanne Ryan.
Did one of the dozens of registered sex offenders living and working near the apartment of Lauren Spierer tear down her missing person posters, has all the publicity gotten to these creeps.
As per the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department Sex Offender Database, on Friday morning June 3rd 2011, the morning Lauren Spierer was abducted, Sex Offenders Jeremiah Adams, 28, and John Chitwood, 49, were employed by the Waffle House at 530 North College Avenue across the street from Smallwood Apartments where Lauren Spierer was last seen on Friday morning June 3rd 2011.
As per the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department Sex Offender Database, on Friday morning June 3rd 2011, Sex Offender Mark Upchurch, 53, was employed at Taco Bell 309 North Walnut Street which is right next door to Kilroy’s Sports Bar at 319 North Walnut Street, Lauren Spierer had been at Kilroy’s Sports Bar in the early morning hours of Friday morning June 3rd 2011.
See Monroe County Sheriff’s Department Sex Offender Database at this link http://www.icrimewatch.net/index.php?AgencyID=54855
There are no coincidences in criminal abduction cases, it is what it is, kidnappers, especially sex offenders WHO RE-OFFEND, plan out their abductions, they do surveillance on their victims, they know their habits, they know where the victim lives, eats and drinks and when the time is right they strike.
“The only place open at 4:30 am on Friday June 3rd, 2011 along the path that Lauren Spierer took up and then back down N. College Ave near her apartment at Smallwood Plaza was the Waffle House at 530 N. College Ave. The Waffle House is open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, there are cars in the parking lot that faces N. College Ave at all times, it has been determined that two male registered sex offenders work at this Waffle House.”
It has also been determined that there was a lot of street construction on N. College Ave on the day Lauren Spierer was abducted, at 4:30 am on Friday June 3rd, 2011, did some out of town short haul trucker delivering materials, (with a history of violence towards women) show up at the Waffle House for an early morn breakfast and spot Lauren?
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com