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Pamela Causey-Fregia Louisiana

ALLEN PARISH, LA  I guess you could call this one of those fetal kidnapping cases gone awry. I guess.

Pamela Causey-Fregia
 In 2011, Pamela Causey-Fregia's husband left her. Like so, so, so so many women she decided the only way to get him back was to say she was pregnant. So she did. Except she'd had a hysterectomy. But she also had a pregnant friend, Victoria Perez. Pamela lured Victoria to her home on the ruse of free baby clothes and killed her using blunt force. She did this in front of one of her three children. Then took the body to a remote area and burned it in the presence of another one of her children.
Perez

She did not remove the baby. It is unclear, at this point, why. She was arrest in late January 2015 for the murder of Perez and her unborn child after one of her children 10, 8, and 6, finally came forward and tipped off law enforcement.

They confronted Pamela, who finally confessed and led them to what remained of Perez and her baby. She is facing charges of first-degree murder, first-degree feticide, obstruction of justice, accessory after the fact to aggravated battery and aggravated battery. Allen Parish District Attorney Todd Nesom said bond for Pamela Causey-Fregia was set at $780,000 on Monday.

I would really like to know why she killed her and then didnt take the baby, if that was the objective from the start. I'd also like to know how she explained never giving birth if she had told everyone she was pregnant. I'll be watching this one unfold. Stay tuned, folks.

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  1. She sould get death she's a monster planned it out knew what she was doing

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  2. And it's my home town very scary I knew her personally.... Had no idea

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