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Osben Laparra murder 5/31/2009 (approximately) Miami, FL *A year later, murder still remains a mystery*

Osben LaParra

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The First 48: Body of Evidence
Episode 146: Body of Evidence


9 Responses

  1. I don’t believe I have ever seen the first 48 hours episode of this one, my husband may have. How sad. Whoever did this crime, truly didn’t want to be caught. I truly hope they find the person or person responsable. This family deserves closure as well. What an awful crime. R.I.P. young man. My heart goes out to family. God Bless you all.

  2. Ah ok, I read this under it.
    The First 48: Body of Evidence
    Episode 146: Body of Evidence

    So I thought it went with it. BUT Body of Evidence is different. I am still truly sorry for what has happened to this young man. I hope the family get’s justice and SOON.

  3. P.s. Am I stuck with this pic next to my name? Or Can I change it? I know its off the subject but just wondering.

  4. no problem, at least mine is purple 🙂

  5. A year or two or three, it’s still unsolved and it’s still an awful crime. A damn shame. No leads at all? NOTHING? I could never imagine being one of these families. It’s so awful. My heart goes out to them. I know it may not be enough, if I could do more, I would gladly do so.

  6. so sad that they have not found who is responsible for this young mans demise.

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