“Mr. Rosenbaum provided cooperation as soon as requested by the authorities and continues to do so,” a statement from the law firm Voyles, Zahn, Paul, Hogan and Merriman said.
Rosenbaum’s attorneys said that he has provided full statements to the police and has passed a polygraph test that was then given to the police.
“Mr. Rosenbaum hopes for nothing less than Lauren to be found and to be safe,” Rosenbaum’s laywers said in emailed statement.
The statement indicated that neither Rosenbaum nor his lawyers would provide additional information for the press.
Rosenbaum is represented by James Voyle and Jennifer Lukemyer. Voyle is most famous for once representing Mike Tyson.
The following is the full statement that was sent to the Indiana Daily Student:
“Counsels for Mr. Jason Rosenbaum stress that Mr. Rosenbaum has fully cooperated with the investigation of the disappearance of Lauren Spierer and will continue to do so. He has provided full statements to the police and passed a polygraph that has also been provided to the authorities. Mr. Rosenbaum hopes for nothing less than Lauren to be found and to be safe. Again, Mr. Rosenbaum provided cooperation as soon as requested by the authorities and continues to do so. In the interest of protecting the investigation, he desires to not provide any additional statement or comment to the press, directly or through counsel.”
Anyone who has information regarding Lauren Spierer’s disappearance should call the Bloomington Police Department at 812-339-447. Tips may be given anonymously.
Volunteer searches are continuing on a daily basis from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Those who are interested in volunteering to search for Lauren or donating money for the search efforts should visit the Find Lauren website for more details.
— Zach Ammerman
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