Sunday, April 13, 2008

Cesar Laurean – Did He E-mail the Sheriff?

Apparently Cesar communicated not just with Christina. It appears he supposedly contacted Sheriff Ed Brown on March 30. provided the following: (The spelling of Laurean's name in the Sheriff's reply is in response to the way the sender spelled the name.)

From: Cesar Lauren Lauren
Sent: Sunday, March 30, 2008 12:56 AM
To: Sheriff of Onslow County, NC
Subject: Sir , Can I ask you?

Can you assure immunity from a military court martial if I come back? , I know they will convict me with no evidence, I cant risk Leavenworth or a chain gang, what can you do for me?
FROM: Sheriff Ed Brown, Onslow County, North Carolina
SENT: Thursday, April 3, 2008 (11:00 A.M.)
TO: Cesar Lauren Lauren
SUBJECT: Mr. Lauren, Response to e-mail dated Sunday, March 30, 2008 (12:56AM)

Mr. Lauren, Sir:
First assuming the e-mail I received on Sunday, March 30, 2008, 12:56 AM) purported to be from you is authentic (real), I believe it is both honorable and professional to you that I personally respond to your questions.

Mr. Lauren, turning yourself in would be a very positive step, the wisest thing you could do. My opinion is based on experiences observed through my nearly forty years of law enforcement.

Mr. Lauren, you and I have never met so therefore it is not likely you would know how committed I am to being honest and straight up with people, even persons in your situation. I will not lie to you or mislead you relative to your questions in the e-mail I received and you know what those questions are.

My answer, after consulting with District Attorney Dewey Hudson, I cannot assure you immunity from the military court; however, at this time it is the civilian authorities who have charged you and I understand the military is leaving everything up to the civilian authorities. If in fact the e-mail I received is from you and you desire to have a verbal dialogue with me, this is my cell phone number and you may contact me any time: (910)xxx-xxxx) Thank You.

A Caring and Serving Sheriff,
Ed Brown

Ok, I know that LE hasn’t confirmed that Laurean actually sent the e-mail. It is however consistent with other e-mails sent by Laurean. And, it appears to have been sent from Mexico which is why Sheriff Brown responded.

Now, when did Laurean forget how to spell his own name?

If Laurean didn’t send it, who did?

Somebody – Laurean or a family member – realizes that once the civilian case is concluded, JAG will have a whack at him!


Ms.KaylisGrammy said...

Great entry donchais! Now, I am thinking if maybe Christina wrote the eMail for him and forwarded it to him, and then Cesar sent it to the Sheriff? Is that possible? Who forgets how to spell their own name? Seriously?