Charlene Spierer says that despite the setback in efforts to gather information on Lauren’s disappearance, the family will continue to pursue legal action.
“We will continue to search for any information which will lead us to answers in Lauren’s disappearance,” says Charlene Spierer.Read more
More information about the morning the IU student disappeared could come to light after a judge advances her parents’ lawsuit against two of the last men known to have seen her before she went missing.
The case will now enter the next phase of litigation, which involves full discovery, attorney Jason Barclay tells IM. “One aspect of that is taking depositions under oath,” says Barclay.Read more
The complaint, initiated by the missing IU student’s parents, alleges new facts in the case and contradicts some previously reported information.
The Spierers’ lawsuit contradicts some information included in IM’s report from June 2011, printed one year after Lauren went missing.Read more
Lauren Spierer’s parents, Robert and Charlene, recently spoke with People magazine to reveal the stark, harsh reality of living without their daughter. What seems like minutiae to some, small things, will bring back the pain of losing their daughter—so much so that, according to People, Spierer’s boxes from her time at college remain unpacked. Today, January 17, 2013, is significant for them: It marks the day on which Spierer either hopefully celebrates her 22nd birthday—somewhere, somehow—or would have celebrated the occasion.Read more