Monthly Archives: November, 2015

Michelle Carter trial moved to January 21, 2016

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Michelle Carter,18, the Massachusetts teen charged with murder for encouraging her friend to commit suicide via text, appeared in court today.  Her lawyer. Joseph P. Cataldo, wants all charges thrown out but the judge rescheduled the trial to January 21, 2016.

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Jeanne Dotts-Brykalski discusses her parents murder+killers 12/8 parole hearing


Jeanne Dotts Brykalski discusses her parents murder and the killer who has a surprise early parole hearing (10 years early) on Dec 8, 2015.

Jeanne is he only child of Les and Carol Dotts who lived in Knoxville, Tennessee. Les was a WWII veteran and business owner and Carol, a gentle volunteer who rescued animals.

Jeanne’s world was turned upside down on February 3, 1995 when her parents were brutally murdered in their home by three perpetrators: Harley Watts, David Leon Scarbrough, and Thomas Paul Gagne.

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Podcast: Judith A. Yates Criminologist, Journalist, and Crime Writer


Judith Yates is an Award-winning true crime author and criminologist. She has been employed in law enforcement for over 35 years.  She discusses her books and why she thinks former prison seamstress Joyce Mitchell helped two convicts escape a NY state prison last June causing an international manhunt.

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Oklahoma parade crash was intentional


It is being reported on November 21, 2015 that the woman responsible for driving into a parade in Oklahoma last month killing four people, was not under the influence of alcohol.  It is believed that she deliberately drove her car into the sea of spectators at the homecoming parade.

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War on Terrorism in the Dark Web


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“ISIS, we will hunt you and take down your sites, accounts, emails and expose you. From now on, there is no safe place for you online. You will be treated like a virus and we are the cure.”   This is the message from hacker group Anonymous reported on November 21, 2015.

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Podcast: Naseer Ahmad (Ergon) – Eerie Similarities between #AmandaKnox + #McCann cases


Naseer Ahmad, holistic physician, writer, volunteer editor on Meredith Kercher justice websites. He also had a keen interest in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, the 3 year old girl from the UK who disappeared while on holiday in Portugal on May 3, 2007 with her parents. The McCann case attracted the same worldwide attention as Meredith Kercher murder case. Meredith Kercher was from the UK and was murdered on Nov 1, 2007.

Here today to discuss the eerie similarities between the two cases.

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Rutgers professor files motion against conviction of sexually assaulting a disabled man

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It is being reported on November 8, 2015 that the former head of the philosophy department at Rutgers-Newark University, Anna Stubblefield, has requested an acquittal or new trial after her conviction on October 2, 2015 for sexual assault.  “Stubblefield was convicted  . . . of two counts of first-degree aggravated sexual assault. The sexual acts occurred in her Newark office in 2011.”

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Joyce Mitchell ordered to pay $80,000 for NY Prison Break

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It is being reported on November 6, 2015 that Joyce Mitchell, the former prison seamstress who helped two convicted murderers escape a New York State prison last June has been ordered to pay $80,000 in damages.

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Michelle Carter facing manslaughter charges for pushing friend to commit suicide

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The teenage girl who texted her boyfriend, insisting that he follow through with killing himself in July 2014 is due back in court at the end of the month.  “Carter, 18, is facing involuntary manslaughter charges in a Massachusetts juvenile court over the suicide of her boyfriend.”

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‘The FBI? They’re bulls***’: Heather Mack talks smack

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It is being reported on November 2, 2015 that Heather Mack’s lawyer will not be receiving the $200,000 requested from Mack’s trust fund.

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