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All persons of interest have come forward, however with little detail, stating some kind of information from the night Lauren Spierer disappeared; Whether that information being the POI had amnesia, or where they last saw Lauren Spierer.. We want those POIs to take police-administered polygraph tests to CONFIRM what they've already said to police. This petition was only created to find Lauren Spierer, we're not worried about having someone prosecuted quite yet. Finding a missing person is far more important right now, we'll get to that step later!

“We want POIs to take a polygraph and confirm the information they had already given to police. They’re not saying nothing they hadn’t already said,” Faith said. “If they’re innocent, then they shouldn’t have anything to worry about.” - Indiana Daily Student.

Lauren Spierer whom is originally from New York vanished from her college town (Bloomington, Indiana) on June 3rd, 2011 in the early morning hours after a night out with friends. 

 

Description of Lauren Spierer:
- 4'11
- 95 lbs
- Blonde hair
- Blue eyes 

She was last seen wearing black pants, and a white tank top with a white top. (image showing what she was wearing the night she disappeared

Since Lauren's disappearance, thousands of tips have poured in, yet few new details have emerged in the case because four of the persons of interest who were last with Lauren that night refuse to come forward with information. Instead, they remain silent, and there is not much else the police can do to advance the case." We believe that by requiring all Persons of Interest (POIs) take a police administered polygraph test will help important details emerge sooner in the investigation, therefore reducing the number of investigators and cutting down on time exerted in solving cases. If the persons of interest are eliminated, investigators are able to better focus their efforts and consider other options more aggressively. Your signature represents hope, and by signing this petition, you are telling legislators that it's time to listen to the pleas of the families of those who have vanished and to put more consideration on the nightmare they face every day as they wait anxiously for answers. 

 Thank you for your time!

Links related to Lauren Spierer:
Official Website
Official Twitter
Official Facebook
Tweets4Lauren

Do you want to tweet for Lauren? Be sure to use these hashtags!
#findLauren | #Tweets4Lauren | #LaurenSpierer

Do you need to contact the petition creator?
You can contact Jalen Faith by using the messaging system on change.org. At this time we are not accepting media requests. We are answering questions and taking suggestions. Thank you!

 

Letter to
Indiana State Rep. District 62 Matt Ubelhor
U.S. Senator Richard Lugar
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick
and 10 others
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder
Assembly District 88 (Scarsdale) Amy Paulin
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo
U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow
U.S. Congressman Scott Brown
U.S. Senator Carl Levin
United States Secretary of State John Kerry
U.S. Congressman John Conyers, Jr.
Secretary of State John Kerry
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Indiana Legislation.

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Pass Lauren's Law

In the early hours of June 3, 2011, 20-year-old Lauren Spierer vanished after a night out with friends at Indiana University. After months of searching and thousands of tips, here we are today, still missing our dear Lauren. While dozens of Lauren's friends and other IU students have spoken with investigators, four of the Persons of Interest (POIs) who were last known to be with Lauren remain silent, and refuse to take police-administered polygraph tests.

When a person is reported missing, time is of the essence and every detail is crucial. Even the smallest tip can turn into something big. While it is of one's legal right to hire and be advised by an attorney, in missing persons cases, one should not have the right to deny a police-administered polygraph test. In order to be fully cleared and dismissed from a missing persons case, all Persons of Interest (POIs) should be required to take a police-administered polygraph test. It is these unique missing persons cases that are time intensive and typically require additional resources within law enforcement departments. Requiring that all Persons of Interest (POIs) take a police administered polygraph test will help important details emerge sooner in the investigation, therefore reducing the number of investigators and cutting down on time exerted in solving cases. If the persons of interest are eliminated, investigators are able to better focus their efforts and consider other options more aggressively.

For the families and friends a missing person, every day that goes by without answers is another day of pain, heartbreak and sadness.

Your signature represents hope, and by signing this petition, you are telling legislators that it's time to listen to the pleas of the families of those who have vanished and to put more consideration on the nightmare they face every day as they wait anxiously for answers.

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Sincerely,