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Jeffrey Doucet murder 3/16/1984 Baton Rouge, LA *Shot to death by Gary Plauche, whose son was sexually assaulted by Doucet

Jeffrey Doucet
Jeffrey Doucet

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Gary Plauche
Gary Plauche

Father Shoots and Kills Sons Kidnapper In Airport For Revenge
[It shows the murder]


3 Responses

  1. I cannot bring myself to feel bad for this vile person. As a mother I fully understand what Gary had to do.

  2. I remember when this aired years ago, and the coverage the actual shooting death generated. Then and now, from my readings of the case and background on both men, Gary Plauche rid the world of someone who was most likely molesting other boys under the auspices of his position but had yet to be caught. When I heard Plauche had passed, I took a moment to wish him well. Good parents go to the mat for you. Knowing they failed to be there for you when someone they trusted was hurting you has got to be one of the most terrible feelings ever for a parent. I have never blamed Gary, for the very reason that I, feeling myself to be both non-violent and a level-minded person, can see myself doing the same thing. I believe a lot of people had this same disconnect and that is why this case resonated so deeply with people, and still does.

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