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Posted on Christy Mirack’s Facebook page.

      Yes, justice was served and it is wonderful for her family and those who knew her. 
      But there are  a lot of other families in Lancaster County who need justice to be served. That will come tomorrow.



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      Is Raymond Rowe going to plead guilty to killing Christy Mirack in 1992 this morning?  WGAL thinks so. From the above story there is this:
      Family members tell WGAL that Rowe, also known as DJ Freez, is considering entering a guilty plea.
      The hearing is scheduled to take place this morning before President Judge Dennis Reinaker in Courtroom #8 from 10 am to noon.
Please check back later today.


  1. Anonymous says:

    I’m just concerned about privacy issues here, didn’t they need warrant to go on 23&me? All this time they were saying they used gedmatch to catch killers, but here they claim they used 23&me. Confused.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Did they say 23&me? I thouth it was gedmatch?

  3. huh? says:

    Just watched coverage on Good Morning America. I always love it when they pronounce Lancaster “incorrectly.” Which they did on GMA
    That will bother the proletariat more than the murder methinks.

  4. Lang Kisster says:

    I don’t know there really l is such thing as closure. Especially here. Rowe was never on anyone’s radar when it came to suspects. He was apprehended due to someone stumbling upon his DNA from a discover your ancestry service. It says more about the ineptitude of the investigation than anything else.

  5. huh? says:

    Oh, I thought that the daughter was his as well. I know there was a gofundme set up for the wife and child… a former friend of mine lives across the street from them and I saw that they had made a donation to the fund.

    He doesn’t impress me as the kind of person who would encourage his wife and her child to seek citizenship. Needing something to hold over them. I just hope that I’m wrong about that and that indeed they are citizens. I saw the video of her walking to the hearing.

  6. huh? says:

    Interesting that his wife went to the proceedings. Especially since he was planning to plead guilty.

    For her sake I hope she has her citizenship here. For the sake of the child mostly since the child is a natural born citizen.

  7. huh? says:

    I hope that this family finally gets​ an explanation about all of this. That is of course if he speaks and tells the truth at sentencing other than just admitting guilt.