On December 16th, 2018, Jimmy Lauder was arrested after setting his own house on fire while his wife and little children slept upstairs.
Tessie and Darren Fraysur, parents of victim Lindsay Yanchak, appeared before TV cameras to demand justice for their family.
“The District Attorney wants to keep the public from seeing the body camera video of the aftermath of the fire and statements of Mr. Lauder, even from the family of the victims,” says Wayne Dolcefino, President of Dolcefino Consulting. “When you try to kill your own children, you shouldn’t get a second chance. The family believes the District Attorney is forgetting who the victims are.”
Kim Ogg campaigned on a platform that promised to protect crime victims. This is Ogg’s chance to keep that promise.
Watch the press conference here.