Lauren Spierer seen on surveillance video
as she left her apartment the night of
Thursday, June 2.
(Bloomington, Ind.) - Lawyers say the last person to see Indiana University student Lauren Spierer before she vanished in Bloomington on June 3 has passed a lie detector test.
Attorneys James Voyles and Jennifer Lukemeyer are representing student Jay Rosenbaum, who is the last person to tell police he saw the 20-year-old as she walked home to her apartment after a night of partying.
A statement from the lawyers did not say who administered the lie detector test or what questions it included.
The attorneys issued a statement Monday saying their client wants Spierer, his friend, to be found safe, adding he has cooperated fully with police.
The statement went on to say Rosenbaum will not talk to reporters, and neither will his attorneys.
Voyles was part of Mike Tyson's defense team in 1992 when he was on trial in Indianapolis for rape.