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Winkface
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re: Missing TX woman's license found at Brandon Scott Lavergne's home


He can claim that she willingly got in a car with him, drove to LA and then murdered her. Therefore, keeping the case in LA.





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LSUTygerFan
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re: Missing TX woman's license found at Brandon Scott Lavergne's home


Texas has the death penalty and we use it! That's right. You kill somebody in Texas, we will kill you right back! That's our policy! ...Ron White





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LSU316
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That would be the cheapest most efficient way unfortunately in our world where inmates, even ones on death row, have just as many or more civil rights than they do on the outside cheap and efficient isn't how we do things.





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yurintroubl
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The Advocate reports (http://bit.ly/ROGhxD ) detectives found the wallet and driver's license of Madeline Aumiller in a search of Lavergne's home on July 5.

Detectives tracked down the woman's brother, who said that she had been living with him but that he had asked her to move out "due to too many problems he could not deal with," according to the case file.


More details in the WWL story HERE






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Count Chocula
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re: Missing TX woman's license found at Brandon Scott Lavergne's home


His plea deal of life in prison without parole covers these 2 murders ONLY.

Anything else he may be convicted of in the future would stand on its own and not be subject to this plea agreement, no matter what state it happened in.






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Tiger in NY
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Anything else he may be convicted of in the future would stand on its own and not be subject to this plea agreement, no matter what state it happened in.


And now that he is guaranteed Life w/o parole, he will be tried, IMO. The only way out would seem to be him agreeing to tell them where other bodies are in exchange for no DP.






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arrakis
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There won't be much "burden of proof" necessary in Texas. That you can be sure of.



That's a fact. When there's a high profile type crime trial the news reports the jury deliberated an hour before reaching a verdict....and people wonder why it took so long. I've heard, on the news, verdicts taking less than 1/2 an hour to reach.







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UnclaimedPants
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BSL sounds like he was a pretty scary guy. It's too bad he didn't have somebody teach him Harry's code.





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yurintroubl
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I've heard, on the news, verdicts taking less than 1/2 an hour to reach.


Jury convenes at 5pm start of the newscast... Verdict is in before Sports.






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The Sad Banana
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On an unrelated note, did you happen to notice some of the "related article" links...."Man gets cooked to death at tuna plant"??!!
"I guess the fish doesn't taste so fishy this time. That's it for Channel 4 news. Stay classy, San Diego."






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Tiger Ryno
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re: Missing TX woman's license found at Brandon Scott Lavergne's home


F this POS. someway somehow he needs to be killed in the most violent possible way. no tellling how many others he has killed.





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Tiger in NY
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re: Missing TX woman's license found at Brandon Scott Lavergne's home


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F this POS. someway somehow he needs to be killed in the most violent possible way


No he doesn't. He just needs to be killed. Anything more is just vengeance.






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JordonfortheJ
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re: Missing TX woman's license found at Brandon Scott Lavergne's home


I'm sure they could if they go with a capital murder charge.





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ThePoo
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re: Missing TX woman's license found at Brandon Scott Lavergne's home


Doesn't quite work like that





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foshizzle
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It was my understanding that the sentencing was for the state of Louisiana. If Texas tries him and finds him guilty, they can fry his ass. Correct me if I'm wrong


I have no idea.

All I can say is that I'm glad his former gf (your relative) is okay, and hope she has learned something from a close call.






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idlewatcher
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re: Missing TX woman's license found at Brandon Scott Lavergne's home


About freaking time they release some info on this. Enjoy the needle you f***

Wasn't Madeline Aumiller the young girl that worked at one of the fast food joints and BSL's truck was on scene talking to her?



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idlewatcher
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Correction - KATC reports this:

More unanswered questions are surfacing in connection to Brandon Scott Lavergne, despite the release of all court documents in the Mickey Shunick case. One of the latest mysteries is a Texas woman's ID and wallet found at Lavergne's home during a police search.

The ID is that of Madeline Aumiller, a woman in her 50's from Texas, specifically believed to be from the Beaumont area. But aside from her wallet and ID found at Lavergne's home, along with the wallet and ID of her deceased father, police cannot tell us what connection the two have to Lavergne, or even who she is.

Madeline Aumiller hasn't been seen or heard from for several months, this according to court documents and a conversation police had with Aumiller's brother. Police said they were unable to find Aumiller, but did speak to her brother, who said she had been living with him until he asked her to move out.

He gave her a car and was depositng money into her bank account. But he told police after several attempts, he was never able to contact his sister. The brother told police he noticed in April that she had not accessed her bank account for six to eight weeks. And as of July he still had not heard from her.

Police are not sure how her ID, or her father's, Frank Aumiller, ended up in Lavergne's possession. Police say Frank died of natural causes in 2009, according to an obituary.

Court documents also reveal another story from a woman in Austin, Texas, claiming to be pregnant with Lavergne's child. The woman told police that Lavergne told her about a woman he picked up hitch-hiking in Beaumont who ran from his truck in Round Rock, Texas. Police said the description of the woman in the story matches Aumiller.

But no one seems to know what happened to her. Beaumont Police, the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office and Round Rock Police all said they have no records or reports about a Madeline Aumiller, or any Aumillers for that matter.

At this time, Police cannot even say if Aumiller is a missing person. But one thing is clear -- she has some sort of connection to Lavergne, it's just unclear what that could be.






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Tiger Ryno
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re: Missing TX woman's license found at Brandon Scott Lavergne's home


I think its pretty clear what happened to her.





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Kracka
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I think its pretty clear what happened to her.


If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, then BSL likely killed the duck.






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spslayto
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Hopefully there is enough evidence for the DA to prosecute and a jury to convict in Texas.





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