THE BRUTAL MURDERS OF SGT. JAN PAWEL & QUIANA JENKINS-PIETRZAK

I am late on posting this story, but, the brutality of it sickens and angers me. The article was reported on back in November, 2008, but, I still wanted to put it up for my readers. 

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REPORT: SLAIN MARINE, WIFE TORTURED
  
  

Updated 9:55 AM PST, Thu, Nov 6, 2008

  
A Camp Pendleton-based Marine sergeant and his wife were tortured before they were shot execution-style, according to a published report.
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A Camp Pendleton-based Marine sergeant and his wife were tortured before they were shot execution-style, according to a published report.

 

A Camp Pendleton-based Marine sergeant and his wife were tortured before they were shot execution-style, according to a published report.

 

Sgt. Jan Pawal and Quiana Pietrzak were bound, gagged and fatally shot in the head, the New York Daily News reported Wednesday. The couple lived off-base in Winchester in a five-bedroom home they recently purchased that had been foreclosed, according to the paper.

 

Pvt. Kevin Darnell Cox, 20, of Tennessee; Pvt. Embrys John, 18, of Maryland; Lance Cpl. Tyrone Miller, 20, of North Carolina; and Pvt. Kesuan Sykes, 21, of California face murder charges in connection with the case.

 

The couple married in August.

 

Read the New York Daily News story “Brooklyn Marine Sergeant & Wife Tortured” story for more details. 

 
 
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BROOKLYN MARINE SERGEANT & WIFE TORTURED, SLAIN IN CALIFORNIA; 4 OF HIS MEN ARE ARRESTED

  

  

 

Updated Thursday, November 6th 2008, 12:30 PM

 

 

 

 

 

A Brooklyn-raised Marine sergeant and his new bride were tortured and killed execution-style in their California home – allegedly by four other Marines under his command.
 
Sgt. Jan Pawel Pietrzak, who was raised in Bensonhurst, and his wife, Quiana, were found bound and gagged in the ransacked house, each shot in the head.
 
Pietrzak was the suspects’ sergeant at Camp Pendleton, Quiana’s mother said Wednesday.
 
“They’re monsters,” Faye Jenkins told the Daily News. “They’re monsters.”
 
Pietrzak’s mother, Henryka Pietrzak-Varga, said she had prepared herself “for the possibility that my son could die in Iraq.”
 
“But to die like this, in their own home?” she told The News. “They were good kids. They didn’t deserve to die like this.”
 
Investigators said the motive for murder was “financial gain.” Neither mother believes that.
“When I found out what they did to them, it was like they killed me, too,” Pietrzak-Varga said.
 
A spokesman for the Riverside County district attorney’s office would not comment on reports that Pietrzak was killed by his own men.
 
Detectives also did not divulge what the accused Marines were looking for, but the suspects were tied to the crime by items found in their homes and on the military base.
 
Born in Poland, Pietrzak was 10 when he moved to the U.S. and enlisted after the 9/11 attacks. He was named Jan Pawel, which means John Paul, after the Polish pontiff.
 
A mechanic who worked on helicopters, Pietrzak, 24, met his wife three years ago at a party for Marines being deployed to Iraq.
 
Quiana Jenkins-Pietrzak, 26, who worked for the county’s Black Infant Care Center, was reluctant to date a Marine. But Pietrzak wooed her, and they were married in August.
 
“They were in love,” her mother-in-law said. “It didn’t matter to them that they had different skin colors.”
 
The bride wore her favorite white Converse sneakers, and she was still in the process of writing thank-you cards when she was killed.
 
“She was our only child and my best friend,” Faye Jenkins said. “He was like my son. He was so proud to be a Marine. But when he was off the base, he was my son.”
 
The Pietrzaks were not rich and purchased their five-bedroom home in May through a foreclosure, said Waldemar Piasecki, a New York-based Polish journalist and family friend.
 
 He used his reenlistment bonus to replace the hardwood floor and carpet.
 
“They were hardworking young people,” Piasecki said.
 
On Oct. 15, deputies were dispatched to the Pietrzak home in Winchester, an exurb of San Diego, when the Marine did not show up for work.
 
When they arrived, the deputies found the Pietrzaks in the living room and evidence that the robbers had tried to cover their tracks by torching the house.
 
Charged with murder and other crimes are Pvt. Emrys John, 18, of Maryland; Lance Cpl. Tyrone Miller, 20, of North Carolina; Pvt. Kevin Darnell Cox, 20, of Tennessee, and Pvt. Kesuan Sykes, 21, of California.
 
Lawyers for the men could not be reached for comment.
 
Pietrzak’s mother said she can’t understand how Marines could have committed such a crime.
 
“Don’t the Marines screen out people like this?” she said. “Didn’t they know they had murderers under their roof?”
 
 
 
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4 MARINES CHARGED IN MURDER OF SERGEANT, WIFE
 
 

Updated 11:16 AM PST, Fri, Nov 7, 2008

 
 
 

Four Marines acknowledged they had roles in the robbery, sexual assault and murder of an Iraq veteran and his wife last month in Riverside County, court records indicated.

 

Court records indicate four Marines acknowledged they had roles in the robbery, sexual assault and murder of a Camp Pendleton-based Iraq veteran and his wife last month in Riverside County.
 
Pvt. Kevin Darnell Cox, 20, of Tennessee; Pvt. Emrys John, 18, of Maryland; Lance Cpl. Tyrone Miller, 20, of North Carolina; and Pvt. Kesuan Sykes, 21, of California face murder charges in connection with the case.

 
 
Marines Charged in Murder of Marine, Wife

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The four were charged Tuesday with the execution-style slayings of Marine Sgt. Jan Pawek Pietrzak and Quiana Faye Jenkins-Pietrzak. The couple, who were originally from New York, were found gagged, tied and shot in the head on Oct. 15 in the living room of their home in Winchester. Sheriff’s deputies were called after the sergeant failed to show up for work.
 
The couple’s home was ransacked and jewelry and other items were taken. A fire was set, apparently in an effort to destroy evidence. The Camp Pendleton-based Marine sergeant and his wife were tortured before they were shot execution-style, according to a published report.

 

Investigators said they believe the motive was financial in nature.
 
Pietrzak’s mother, Henryka Pietrzak-Varga, prepared herself the possibility that her son could die in Iraq, but, in her words, “to die like this, in their own home? They were good kids. They didn’t deserve to die like this.”

 

The couple married in August and had been living off-base in Winchester in a five-bedroom home they recently purchased that had been foreclosed, according to the paper.

Read the New York Daily News story “Brooklyn Marine Sergeant & Wife Tortured” story for more details. 

 
 
 
 
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SLAIN MARINE, WIFE HAD STRONG SAN DIEGO TIES
 
 
4 Marines held in slaying

Updated 7:50 AM PST, Fri, Nov 7, 2008

 
 
 
Marines Charged in Murder of Marine, Wife

Court records indicate four Marines acknowledged they had roles in the robbery, sexual assault and murder of an Camp Pendleton-based Iraq veteran and his wife last month in Riverside County.

 

New details are revealed about a Marine Sergeant and his wife who police say were allegedly tortured and murdered by four Camp Pendleton Marines.

Pvt. Kevin Darnell Cox, 20, of Tennessee; Pvt. Emrys John, 18, of Maryland; Lance Cpl. Tyrone Miller, 20, of North Carolina; and Pvt. Kesuan Sykes, 21, from Fallbrook face murder charges in connection with the case.  The four were charged Tuesday with the execution-style slayings of Marine Sgt. Jan Pawek Pietrzak  and Quiana Faye Jenkins-Pietrzak.

 

The couple were found gagged, tied and shot in the head on Oct. 15 in the living room of their home in Winchester. Sheriff’s deputies were called after the sergeant failed to show up for work at Miramar Marine Corps Air Station.

Relatives of the victims said the wife was from San Bernardino and a 2005 graduate of San Diego State University.  The couple met in San Diego through a mutual friend who also attended SDSU.  She was studying to become a doctor.  Pietrzak served in Iraq and returned to San Diego in 2006 and was from Brooklyn.  He was born in Poland.

The couple married on Aug. 8, 2008.

Court records indicated the four Marines acknowledged they had roles in the robbery, sexual assault and murder last month.  After their arrests, Miller told a sheriff’s investigator that he forced his way into the home by pointing a shotgun at Pietrzak, according to an affidavit from a sheriff’s investigator.

 

Miller said he and the others went to Pietrzak’s home to rob him, said he tied up the couple and discussed with John whether to kill them, according to the court document.  The other two Marines acknowledged they went to the home to rob Pietrzak. All four said his wife was sexually assaulted, although each said it was the other three who committed the attack, the affidavit said.

 

The document also said shoes found at the barracks where Cox and John lived matched prints left at the crime scene, and property believed stolen from the house was found at Sykes’s home.

 

The men were each charged with two counts of first-degree murder and special-circumstance allegations of committing multiple murders, committing the crime during a robbery, and rape by instrument, district attorney’s spokesman Ryan Hightower said Thursday.
 
Investigators said they believe the motive was financial in nature.
 
Pietrzak’s mother, Henryka Pietrzak-Varga, prepared herself the possibility that her son could die in Iraq, but, in her words, “to die like this, in their own home? They were good kids. They didn’t deserve to die like this.”

Copyright Associated Press / NBC San Diego
 
 
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Friday, November 7th 2008, 1:31 AM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Emrys John (l.) and Kesuan Sykes Tim Marman

Emrys John (l.) and Kesuan Sykes

Kevin Cox (l.) and Tyrone Miller Tim Marman

Kevin Cox (l.) and Tyrone Miller

 

 

 

 

They did it for the money.
 
The four Marines charged with murdering their Brooklyn-raised sergeant and his bride confessed they were looking for an easy score when they burst into the couple’s California home with guns drawn, court papers revealed Thursday.
 
Three of them ratted out Pvt. Emrys John as the triggerman who ended the torture of Sgt. Jan Pawel Pietrzak and his wife, Quiana, by shooting them in the back of their heads.
 
All of the suspects say that Quiana Jenkins-Pietrzak was sexually assaulted, but each says it was the other three who did it, the papers say.
 
Shackled and dressed in prison orange, the Marines avoided looking at each other during their court appearance Thursday. They did not enter pleas.
 
“John is the shooter,” Riverside County prosecutor Daniel Delimon said. He said all four are “eligible for the most severe punishment.”

EARLIER: BROOKLYN MARINE & WIFE TORTURED AND SLAIN

John’s site on MySpace offered a window into the sick mind of the 18-year-old private from Baltimore.
 
“Chillin waitin 4 da killin,” was the caption under a photo he posted before the newlyweds were executed on Oct. 15.
 
Elsewhere on the site, John – an admitted collector of knives and swords – wrote that “shooting s—” and “blowin s— up” was a great “stress reliever.”
 
Lance Cpl. Tyrone Miller, 20, of North Carolina, told cops he threatened Pietrzak with a shotgun to get into the house. He said he bound and gagged the couple and then debated with John whether to kill them.
 
On his MySpace page, Miller referred to himself as a “Cripgeneral.” Investigators are now checking whether he had ties to the violent Crips street gang.
 
Pvt. Kesuan Sykes, 21, of California, is nicknamed “Psycho” and admitted that he “cut” off Quiana Jenkins-Pietrzak’s clothes, the court papers state.
 
The fourth Marine was identified as Pvt. Kevin  Cox, 20, of Tennessee.
John and Miller worked for Pietrzak, who was a helicopter airframe mechanic at Miramar Marine Corps Air Station in San Diego. Sykes lives near the base. The other Marines lived at Camp Pendleton.
 
Detectives found stolen items like Pietrzak’s digital camera and his wife’s engagement ring in the barracks, sources said.
 
Pietrzak, 24, was born in Poland, raised in Bensonhurst, and joined the Marines in 2003. Quiana Jenkins-Pietrzak, 26, was black and from the San Diego area. They met at a party before Pietrzak was deployed to Iraq in July 2005.
 
“When he came back, she was there,” his mother, Henryka Pietrzak-Varga said. “I accepted her like my daughter and her family accepted him like their son.”
 
The grieving mother insisted again that robbery could not possibly be the motive. “I can’t believe it’s about money,” she said.                  

With Kerry Burke and Veronika Belenkaya

 

 

SOURCE:   http://www.nydailynews.com/news/us_world/2008/11/06/2008-11-06_confession_in_torture_slay_of_brooklynra-2.html

 

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On the websites that have this story, many commentors have stated that this is a hate crime, because the couple were an interracial couple. Some commentors have stated that Quiana, a young  Black woman, had the audacity to marry Jan, a White man, and that this rubbed the accused Black suspects the wrong way. There is a possibility that this may be so, as Black women, in the so-called Black community, are not allowed nor considered as having the right to marry out of their race, as well as the double standard that women face when they do marry a man of another race. It is very highly that the accused had a beef with Quiana’s choice in a husband.  Then again, hate crimes are not worth the toilet paper most of them are printed on, so I would not put much stock in the courts attaching a hate crime to ths incident. There may be a case for prosecuting them for a hate crime, but, I am seeing something else in this crime.

The articles state that the four accused came to Sgt. Jan Pawel and Mrs. Quiana Jenkins-Pietrzak’s  home to rob them, but, that does not compute with the heinous viciousness of this crime.

Anyone who knows anything about robbers, even shoplifters, is that they seek secrecy during their crimes. My understanding of thieves/robbers who break-and-enter a home are not looking to confront the people who reside there. Thieves/robbers want as much privacy as they can muster. Thieves/robbers want as little confrontation as possible with anyone who may be in the home. Thieves /robbers often case a home/place of business before they enter, and are counting on not having anyone give them any trouble. Most thieves/robbers do not want anyone to be at home when they break-and-enter the domicile. Most thieves/robbers want only possessions——not the screams, cries, pleas of mercy from defenseless victims whom they have taken pleasure in tying up and torturing. Most thieves/robbers do not rape and brutalize a man’s wife in front of him, while he is bound and cannot defend her——-unless they have some personnel vendetta against that particular man.  Some pent-up rage at whatever perceived slight he may have done to them, in their mind.

“Miller said he and the others went to Pietrzak’s home to rob him, said he tied up the couple and discussed with John whether to kill them, according to the court document.”

Sounds premeditated, to me.

“Investigators said they believe the motive was financial in nature.”

I’m not buying it. That these accused humans thought about whether or not to murder the Pietrzaks indicates, to me, that they went there with murder with malice aforethought in mind. What the hell, this was a young man who was in the military, and the men and women in the military are not known for being Donald Trump/Bill Gates millionaires. Many military people live paycheck-to-paycheck, and lots of them are a paycheck away from living under a bridge. Some are even on welfare, because of this illustrious country’s way of paying them petty wages for their putting their lives on the line in defense of this country. So, the “financial gain” line is bogus.

“They did it for the money.”

Bullshit.

Nothing in anyway points this crime towards robbery.

If anything, the brutality of it points in another direction:

-Sgt. Pietrzak and his wife were bound, gagged, tortured, beaten.  Quiana was raped with an object. Both were shot in the back of the head.

-Sgt. Pietrzak was the commanding officer of the accused, and there may have been some protracted animosity between him and these men, some adverse conflict that enraged them against him so much to come to his home, and not only attack him but, to brutally torture  his wife.

The so-called crime of robbery smacks at a cover-up of their true motives for breaking in on the Pietrzaks. These four accused forced their way in, one with a shotgun to hold off Sgt. Pietrzak. This does not jibe with the usual actions of robbers/thieves. I mean, how many thieves/robbers just can’t wait to meet the people whose abode they are going to rob? How many thieves/robbers just can’t wait to tie up, torture, then murder, the people they are robbing? Some do, but, most law enforcement officers/detectives will tell you that thieves/robbers only want the material possessions—-not the lives of occupiers of a dwelling. Unless they had an ulterior motive for going there to commit more than a crime of robbery.

As far as I am concerned, the “did it for money” that the accused are spouting is a coverup for some more hateful and pernicious motive.

Maybe Sgt Pietrzak instructed them to do some commands that rub them the wrong way; maybe Sgt. Pietrzak wrote them up for some military infraction, and they were out to destroy him. We do not know that, but, in no way can this crime just be robbery and not premeditated motive.

This does not come off as a robbery.

The sadistic cruelty of this crime of the accused towards the Pietrzaks speaks of something more than just robbery.

This crime smacks of being  personal.

Seems like they had fragging in mind for their commander.

That Quiana was there was even more impetus to ratchet up the savagery of this crime of atrocities. That her husband was helpless to save her from the hell she was suffering through, that he had to witness her suffering and degradation was obvious in the brutality shown her by these. . . . .men:

 

“The couple were found gagged, tied and shot in the head on Oct. 15 in the living room of their home in Winchester. Sheriff’s deputies were called after the sergeant failed to show up for work at Miramar Marine Corps Air Station.”

“Chillin waitin 4 da killin,” was the caption under a photo he posted before the newlyweds were executed on Oct. 15.”

Doesn’t sound like someone who had robbery on his mind.

Many people who commented on this article also stated that the military has lowered its standards on whom they let into the military, that because of the protracted wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, that many people do not want to sign up for a war that has been about nothing but blood-for-oil. Therefore the military has to take what it can get.

Lowering standards of any kind never has helped anyone, and that these so-called men were able to enlist and somehow get past psych evals by the Marines shows a weak chink in the armour of ferreting out sadistic people who will stop at nothing to commit monstrous crimes such as these. Then again, the military’s standards have changed drastically over the decades. Back in the day, you had to have graduated from high school before the military would have given you the time of day. Even more icing on the cake was if you were a college graduate. You could not have had any arrest record of any kind, especially one with any felonies. Nor could you have been a member of any gang:  Crips, Bloods, KKK, Aryan Nation White Brotherhood, MS-13, FS-13——any gang or hate group.

But, then that was the military that I knew of as a child/young person. Today’s military is a whole different thing.

“Prosecutor Daniel Delimon said. . . . all four are “eligible for the most severe punishment.”

They all deserve the most harshest punishment to the max with any and all evidence that can  convict them for this vile double-murder.

Sergeant Jan & Mrs. Quiana Jenkins-Pietrzak.

Two young people who had a promising life together ahead of them are now no longer among the living.

A young sergeant. His beautiful wife. Both horrifically murdered only weeks after they were married.

Two young people who will never be able to accomplish the dreams and desires that so many couples have starting out with a life so full of promise.

 

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19 responses to “THE BRUTAL MURDERS OF SGT. JAN PAWEL & QUIANA JENKINS-PIETRZAK

  1. Chris

    I can’t think of words strong enough to say how terrible this is.

    No, I don’t think they did it for the money.

    This is very, very sad….

    God help us.

  2. shunda

    No it’s not a hate crime cant you people look at Kevin Cox and tell that he is mixed(DAMN) would they be up for the gas if the shoe was on the other foot??????????????????

  3. Michael M.

    Yes Shunda, they would be up for the gas if the shoe was on the other foot. You have multiple murders; burglary and rape. All of which when coupled with murder are considered special circumstances which make anyone eligible for the death penalty. I don’t believe this crime was done for financial gain because I was once an E-5 with a mortgage and even when combined with his wife’s income does not equal this big score. I am a black man and I do believe that this was a hate crime. If the motivation was purely financial; why did they enter the home at a time when they knew that the couple would be home? The items that were stolen could have been taken without the victim’s presence. Because of the fact that the victims knew the suspect; the moment that they entered the residence armed knowing that they could be identified meant that murder was for gone conclusion which was determined before the crime was committed. The distance that they traveled to this specific residence with the intent of committing this crime; the fact that the victim were in a mixed marriage notably a white male with a black woman and last but not least the rape to me are indicators that the victims were targeted because of race. The fact that you might suspect that one of the defendants is of mixed race; he could just as easily identify with himself as being black. As was stated if the shoe was on the other foot; well let’s reverse that scenario to the race of the victims and suspects. If this would have been a black man with a wife of any nationality and four white men entered their residence then raped and executed them, no one would question whether this was a hate crime even if one of the suspects was mixed. I bet you that we would have had an Al Sharpton citing. Where is his condemnation and rage for this despicable act? It would have also garnered national publicity which is an indictment of the media as being bias. I live a few miles away in Murrieta and I did not even know about this crime. I found out about it by chance when searching for an article on another crime. Hate crime or not; these men deserve the death penalty. If this is not a death penalty case, then the death penalty should be abolished unless the decision not to seek the death penalty is in accordance with the wishes of the family. My heart goes out to both families. I know the empty painful feeling of losing a child. The feeling never goes away. There will never be enough anger, frustration or tears to fill the void. I do know from experience (Although you won’t believe it now) that time will enable you to look beyond this horrible crime and focus on the wonderful moments that you shared with your children.

  4. George

    I’ve found the info about this terrible event, this evening. I’m shocked? Hell, no! I wish to ask only, why? Where from have come these animals? From what corner of the hell? This, what these bastards did, is unimaginable! To hell with “political correctness”. I wish to ask only, where the hell the America is? “The Land of Brotherhood”, shit! Black soldiers and white soldiers coming to poland for fields manouwers, working separately, eating separately, sliping separately. “I have the dream”? No! “I had the dream!” No ilusion. There’s no people like this who “had the dream”, he also payed dearly for his dream. Where’s the America, where’s the Marines? The brotherhood of “Few good man, walking in a harm way”. Where are the men going to battle in the cover of “mantle of heroism”? In Iraq? In Afghanistan? Or rotting in Nam’s jungles? Sands of Iwo? Forrests of Bataan? Where are the American dream, this “Endangered Dream” of “Liberty and justice for all”. Wake up people, there nothing but the colors, not “United Colors of Benetton” but the colors of the gangs, rapists and murderers, from KKK, but this time the black, not the white one. There’s no liberty, and no justice, there’s only superstitions, and the low of gangstas, higher than the “code”, sprayed gangs-tags, not the “colors of the Corps”. There’s no dreams about the Union, and republic of hearts In God Trusting. There’s no Republic “For the People, by the people, and in the people”. There are only…..and anyone who do you want to see, everybody but not the Americans. People stop lying yourself, you are not even started to be united, and you already started to divide yourself. There was the Marine once, born in 9/11. There was beautiful young woman once. There was the dream. Duty, honour, code, family. I was born, and still living in Poland, I had the dream, about the country, about the Marines, and about the President who cares. Pity. The awakening was brutal like their death. I wish you all the best people, you need it. “Good luck, and good night”.

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  5. Ronald

    Tragic is too kind of a word to use here. One feeling that I have right now is anger towards these people who committed this devil like act. It’s a very sad sad story indeed. May the couple rest in peace…

  6. Tony G.

    This was no robbery, this was a hate crime and we all know it. Americans need to stop making excuses for garbage and trash like these four pieces of shit. Exterminate them! Yes that is the answer my friends! Extermination! Let’s not be so weak anymore on this kind of crime. Let’s grow up, let’s care and let’s eliminate the vermin that commits these crimes.

  7. Patrick Spicer

    Crazy blood-thirsty animals!!

  8. Julie

    One can barely call creatures capable of such an abominable act humans. The worst fact is that they are so young, the youngest I think is only 18 years old. Torturing and killing a sister (or any woman) and her Sgt. husband is just sick. If any criminal deserves the death penalty then these four “men” definitely do.

    By the way: where are Al and Jesse?

  9. Crystal

    I agree, where is Sharpton and Jackson on this one? If it were four white men who committed this crime…they would be all over it. HYPOCRITES.

    And on the same token..why didn’t mainstream media cover this one like they cover whenever a white women get’s kidnapped or murdered?

    I feel so bad for EVERYONE involved. Those men who committed this crime have no ideal the judgement that is stored up for them by God because of what they have done.

    It also makes me sad because I married a white man and I’m black. I thought we only had to deal with hate from whites….now I see clearly that we have to deal with it from blacks also. Sad.

  10. We need to ask “What created this kind of hate and malice in human beings?”
    This is why we need to take care America’s people and especialy children and teach them to become healthy citizens and mentaly balanced adults.
    As one of the many problems with over population, in a sea of humanity, people feal lost, alone, insignificant, frustrated and overwhelmed.

    Every person deserves a healthy start in life with nuturing, love, encouragement, menturing and guidance because an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

  11. Pandora

    I can say if this crime doesn’t merit execution let’s just drop capital punishment and save the taxpayers the expense of prosecuting capital crimes. Would I be politically incorrect if I said I don’t really care what the motive is, although I don’t believe robbery was.

    As an aside, I’m not the biggest fan of capital punishment.

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  12. Dave T

    Awesome they caught these guys as quick as they did, awful crime, what morons, this idiot put it on his Myspace, not only do I detest murderers and rapists, I really hate dumb Myspace Statuses.

    Have some wit like me:

    From Emrys John’s cell, his cellmate asks:

    Yo Johns what you up to homes?

    “Reflectin, waitin for the injection”

    haha get it? Burn in hell dawg burn in hell.

  13. Emily

    Anyone know if the house is still standing?

  14. DPatter

    What, if anything has happened to these horrible creatures?
    Why are some crimes tried and resolved in short periods of time?
    Trying to remain humane and understanding of such horrors in our
    country is growing very old!
    I knew and worked with Quiana Jenkins, a wonderful, kind, loving
    person. Why should she have such a terrible end to her promising young life?

  15. What has become of the Marines? This is a disgrace and has forever ruined the honor of every American MARINE. Semper fi, you satanic monsters. America is lost.

  16. Jennifer

    I was serving in the Marines when I first heard this story and I ‘did not once’ ever hear about it at work… I heard it from the person that I was with who was a civilian & told me what kind of Marines do you have where they go and rob their sergeant and rape his wife. I was like what are you talking about?! And he told me to go look it up on the internet & it was on the news websites. So I did go and look it up and was very disgusted and saddened by it. It is also very sad that this story did not gain media attention or any public out-cry like it did with the ‘caucasian female marine’ who was pregnant and murdered by another male marine that was possibly the father of the unborn fetus. I do believe there is a double standard in our society & especially with the Media on what deserves to gain national headlines/attention. I’m not a black woman but I am mixed Woman of White, Asian & Native American descent and I felt so much disgust and sadness because as a woman… I can never fathom or understand what makes a Man rape a woman especially when it’s more than one & also kill her. That is not a human. That is someone with no human emotion or heart. It made it hard for me to read some of these articles because I could visualize in my head just how horrific the whole things was. I don’t in any way believe it was for financial gain— the Military is always trying to cover things up. I don’t know this Sergeant but I do know what it’s like to be under one and most of them are not nice & they do sometimes treat you like shit but that is their job. They are not supposed to be your friend.. they are supposed to treat you like a marine which is tough & disciplined. But some are very over the top in the way they do it. But there are nice NCO’s but very few in the marine corps because it’s seen as a weakness & to be timid. I feel that possibly they didn’t like their Sergeant at work & him being married to a Black women added more hatred to whatever it is they had against him. But I don’t understand why the two other marines that weren’t even in the same unit as these guys… went with them & went along with this crime? It’s very sad & heart-breaking story and I really feel it didn’t get the Media attention it should have and should have definitely been mentioned with the units on Camp pendleton– but never was which I don’t really understand. I had to search the internet to find out about this in 2008 and I heard it from a Civilian?! May God Rest their Souls & So sad and heart-breaking what happened to his wife and also this Sergeant for really no good reason at all. They had a promising future and did not deserve to die like that. R.I.P. Jan Pawel & Quiana Jenkins-Pietrzak.

    (But one thing I would like to add which is not SMART at all on the Marine Corps part… they have re-call roosters which every person in a section of a unit gets which has each person’s name, rank, address and cell phone #.. that is not safe & also possibly how they found of where the Sergeant lived. I used to be stationed at Camp pendleton and temecula is a VERY VERY far drive. It’s about a hour and a half drive. Why would mostly broke pvt’s, pfc’s, and lance coolie’s drive that far & spend that much on Gas to rob someone & add to that someone they KNEW & who would be able to indentify them?! So bad job on all these investigators & detectives…this was racially motivated I just don’t understand why.)

    • Lucy Ray

      I think they should have been cremated or buried months ago. It was a racial motivated crime, I was once married to a white guy and when we would go out. I always got mean looks and when my husband would open car door for me I would be told by a black man. you think you doing fine sister but, He was with a white or asian woman at the time and being rude
      to me because of whom I was with. It is like a dog with a bone he wants his left for him in case. but he wants some one else’s bone. Why should they sit in jail, or on death row and tax payers have to take care of them. So
      castrate them.

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