A former Marine must stand trial for the murder of his pregnant lover, who was another Marine’s wife, a California judge has ruled.
Christopher Brandon Lee, 25, is accused of killing Erin Corwin, 19, whose body was found at the bottom of a desert mine shaft last year. The young whore apparently believed her killer was going to propose to her, witnesses said Thursday during the killer’s preliminary hearing.
The diabolical killer, who was discharged from the Marines in July, was a neighbor of the Corwin’s. The white terrorists had been stationed at Twentynine Palms Marine Corps base.
Eleven prosecution witnesses were called at the hearing. Jessica Trentham, a friend of the slain whore, testified about text messages she had received that hinted the wench thought the murderer might propose.
The wretched hoe thought her killer may have been the father of her wretched baby, Trentham said.
The bitch’s disappeared on June 28. The killer vanished not long after, taking his wife and child to Alaska. Seven weeks later, the whore’s body was at the bottom of a deep mine shaft in San Bernardino County. Law enforcement officers, after a long search, arrested the white killer on government land in Anchorage.
The whore was likely strangled with a garrote made from a piece of rebar and a length of nylon rope, according to the testimony of San Bernardino County Sheriff’s homicide detective Jonathan Woods. A similar device was found in the terrorist’s Jeep, he said.
Prosecutors said the white devil killed the whore because he feared she would tell his wife about their affair, and about her pregnancy.
Corwin’s body was so badly decomposed a medical examiner couldn’t determine whether she had been carrying a fetus.