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    The day they were killed was a dark day for the Marine Corps. I hope the murderers are prosecuted to the full extent of military law as a warning to other Marines with bad intentions.
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    4 Marines plead not guilty to murdering colleague
    Fri Nov 21, 4:23 am ET

    MURRIETA, Calif. Four Camp Pendleton-based Marines, including one known as "Psycho," have pleaded not guilty in the execution-style slayings of a fellow Marine and his wife.

    Sgt. Jan Pietrzak, 24, and his wife, Quiana Jenkins-Pietrzak, 26, were found gagged, tied and shot in the head in the living room of their Winchester home on Oct. 15. Investigators said the house had been ransacked and a fire had been set, an apparent effort to destroy evidence.

    The not guilty pleas were entered Thursday at Superior Court by Lance Cpl. Emrys John, 18, of Maryland; Lance Cpl. Tyrone Miller, 20, of North Carolina; Pvt. Kevin Cox, 20, of Tennessee, and Lance Cpl. Kesaun Sykes, 21, of California.

    John and Miller worked for Pietrzak, who was a helicopter airframe mechanic.

    Miller, Cox and Sykes, known as "Psycho," told police they went to the home to rob Pietrzak. All four said his wife was sexually assaulted, according to an investigator's affidavit.

    The Marines are 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.

    John, whom prosecutors believe shot the couple, is also charged with a special-circumstance allegation of using a firearm to inflict great bodily injury or death.

    Prosecutors have not decided whether to seek the death penalty.
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    John, whom prosecutors believe shot the couple, is also charged with a special-circumstance allegation of using a firearm to inflict great bodily injury or death.

    Thanks, that last bit makes me feel soooo much better!
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    REGION: More details emerge in slayings of local Marine,

    Four servicemen are being held in connection with the deaths of French Valley couple

    By JOHN HALL - Staff Writer | Tuesday, November 4, 2008 9:57 PM PST ∞

    The Californian

    FRENCH VALLEY ---- More details are emerging about the execution-style slaying of a Marine sergeant and his wife inside their French Valley home last month, allegedly by four Camp Pendleton-based Marines.

    Jan Pawek Pietrzak, 24, and his 26-year-old wife, Quiana Faye Jenkins-Pietrzak, were found shot to death in the family room of their home in the 31000 block of Bermuda Street on the morning of Oct. 15.

    "This was a very heinous act," Riverside County sheriff's homicide Lt. John Schultz said Tuesday.

    Investigators believe the four Marines ---- two of whom worked for Sgt. Jan Pietrzak ---- targeted the couple to rob them.

    Parts of the two-story home had been ransacked and belongings were stolen from the Pietrzaks, authorities said.

    "We know that numerous items of jewelry, for example, were taken," Schultz said.

    Investigators have recovered what they believe to be stolen merchandise from the four detained Marines, including jewelry, he said.

    "Now, it is just a matter of determining where those items came from," the lieutenant said.

    Investigators also are looking into whether the four detained Marines are connected to several burglaries and at least one home-invasion robbery in North San Diego County, Schultz said.

    The Pietrzaks, who had just married in August, were each bound, gagged and shot at least twice in the head by their killers, Schultz said.

    The Pietrzaks were an interracial couple and Schultz said investigators first looked at the possibility this may have been a race-related hate crime. But, he said Tuesday, that motive was quickly put aside.

    "There doesn't appear to be any overtones of race being involved in this," Schultz said. "It appears the intent was to go there and rob them."

    All four men detained in connection with the deaths are black, authorities said.

    Homicide investigators are not saying specifically what weapon was used to kill the Pietrzaks, but several weapons were found during searches related to the four men who are being held in connection with the slayings.

    "We presume we have the weapon that was used but are awaiting ballistics tests," Schultz said.

    Investigators also are not yet saying who among the four fired the fatal shots.

    "But we've got a pretty good idea who it was," the lieutenant said, adding that both victims appear to have been killed with the same gun.

    The robbery and slayings happened sometime between 1 and 2 a.m. Oct. 15, Schultz said, and there was no damage to the home to indicate any doors or windows had been forced open.

    "It's possible that someone (who Jan Pietzrak) knew came to the door and he opened it," Schultz said, which could explain how the men would have been able to get inside.

    All four men were assigned to the I Marine Expeditionary Force, military officials said.

    Two of the detained Marines, Lance Cpl. Emrys John, 18, and Tyrone Miller, 20, worked directly for Jan Pietrzak, Schultz said. According to the Marine Corps, John and Miller worked as airframe mechanics.

    John, Miller and a third Marine, Pvt. Kevin Cox, 20, an aircraft electrical systems technician, are being held in the brig at Camp Pendleton.

    Those three lived on the base and are being detained there, awaiting release into the custody of Riverside County authorities, Schultz said.

    The transfer to Riverside County, at which time they will be booked at a county jail, could happen sometime Wednesday, a Marine Corps spokesman said Tuesday afternoon.

    The fourth man, Lance Cpl. Kesaun Sykes, 21, who worked as an administrative clerk, lived in the Fallbrook area and was arrested and booked at Southwest Detention Center in French Valley, authorities said.

    Sykes is scheduled to be arraigned today at Southwest Justice Center.

    Sykes was booked on suspicion of two counts of murder, use of a firearm during a felony, home-invasion robbery and sexual penetration with a foreign object, jail records state.

    Schultz said that once the other three men are in custody in Riverside County, they will be booked on the same charges.

    The sexual assault allegation stems from evidence found at the slaying scene.

    "There was evidence that (Jenkins-Pietrzak) may have been sexually abused ...," Schultz said.

    Investigators have said numerous items of evidence were found at the crime scene, much of which has been or is being tested for fingerprints and DNA.

    Schultz said investigators believe all four men wore gloves and masks during the crime, adding that some masks were recovered during searches.

    Homicide detectives worked closely with Naval Criminal Investigative Service investigators while trying to find who killed the Pietrzaks, the lieutenant said.

    "Most of the interviews were done on base and they were of great assistance," Schultz said.

    It was a series of interviews that ultimately led homicide investigators to the four Marines, he said.

    "That got us to the first two," Schultz said, those being Miller and John, "and then to the final two suspects."

    Jan Pietrzak was assigned to the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing at Miramar Marine Corps Air Station, military officials said last month.

    Pietrzak was a helicopter airframe mechanic who enlisted in March 2003, according to Marine Corps officials. He was a native of Brooklyn, N.Y., and was deployed in Iraq from July 2005 to February 2006, officials said.

    Jenkins-Pietrzak worked for the last year and a half as a health education assistant, the deputy director of the Riverside County Department of Public Health said last month. She worked in the department's black infant health program, an outreach to pregnant and parenting black women, officials said.

    According to military records, none of the four detained men have been deployed since joining the Marine Corps.

    Cox, originally from Tennessee, has the most time of the four, having joined the Marines in December 2005, according to military records.

    Sykes, from California, joined in April 2006; Miller, from North Carolina, joined in December 2006; and John, from Maryland, joined in August 2007.

    Contact staff writer John Hall at (951) 676-4315, Ext. 2628, or jhall@californian.com.

    Damn, another warm fuzzy feeling! I can't believe I knew on e of these creeps!!!
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    Public executions and firing squads for stuff like this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chalkieusa
    No, one of the murders was!!!!
    What was your student like back then? I'm thinking personality traits.
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    How sad and sick. If they are found guilty I agree with Gezere's suggestion.
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    I knew someone who commited a serious crime that resulted in cold blooded murder. None of the people that knew this person believed it was possible for this to have happened. The family that this person was from was as shocked and devastated as everyone else was. People still wonder if there was any kind of clue of personality trait that would have indicated that this could happen. The only thing that was for certain is that people are capable of the worst behavior imaginable. Of course the inverse is also true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gezere
    Public executions and firing squads for stuff like this.
    Too quick.

    I vote we put them in solitary confinement, possibly with no light, and every day they are escorted to a screening room where they will be strapped to a chair and forced to watch every video ever taken of the couple, look at every photo, and watch interviews with members of their friends and family. To end the day, they are sent back into solitary confinement after watching clips of their own relatives and friends talking about how horrible their crime was. Five times a day a volunteer from a long, long list will be allowed to punch them in the mouth. Once to wake them up, once before each meal, and once just after they've fallen asleep. Three days a year, once on the couple's anniversary, once on the anniversary of the crime, and once on the their own birthday, they will be waterboarded instead of the daily video review, and shot with a shotgun beanbag or rock salt before being placed back into solitary confinement. They will receive the best medical care available to ensure they live long, healthy lives.

    Edited for massive clarity issues.
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