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Category Archives: Crime & Courts

Is ISIL involved with criminal ring stealing cars from Americans and shipping them to Africa?

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It is being reported on January 29, 2017 that a man who was part of a criminal ring that stole luxury automobiles from Americans and then shipped them to West Africa was sentenced.  29-year-old New Jersey resident, Donell Carroll, was given 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to racketeering.

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Amanda Knox hater troll list – STDs blatant attempt to intimidate justice seekers

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I’d like to take a moment to address a wordpress website which has me as one of the featured people.  It is a site called ‘Knox hater troll site’ and it lists individuals who understand the facts surrounding the murder of Meredith Kercher and who have exercised their right to express their opinion that Amanda Knox, Raffaele Sollecito and Rudy Guede are all guilty.

The real title on that blog should be ‘Justice Seekers’ as that is what they are.  The Italian supreme court may have acquitted Amanda and Raffaele for ‘insufficient evidence’ but the murder suspects have NOT been found innocent of the crime. (Indeed Amanda Knox’s conviction for criminal slander or calunnia was upheld by ISC.)  Also in the court of public opinion, they are far from innocent.  This is shown in a recent article about Amanda’s accusation against an innocent black man for the crime.

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New information released in Jessica Heeringa disappearance

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New information has come to light in the missing person case of Jessica Heeringa.  In May 2016 Michigan State Police wrote that they believe a man named Jeffrey Willis may have murdered her but her body has not been found.

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Slenderman stabbers to be tried as adults

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It is being reported on July 27, 2016 that the two 12-year-old girls who stabbed their classmate 19 times will stand trial as adults.  An appeals court in Madison, Wisconsin decided that they should be tried as adults, facing up to 65 years in prison.  If they were tried as juveniles, they would only be incarcerated up to the age of 18.

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Arrests made in case of burnt body in upstate NY

 

It is being reported on July 7, 2016 that police have arrested two people, a man and woman, in connection with a burnt corpse discovered in Caledonia, NY.  The couple is being charged with murder and tampering with evidence.   At the current time, few details are being released.

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Two black men shot by police in two days

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It is being reported on July 7, 2016 that a shocking video showing a 32-year-old black man, Philando Castile, bleeding to death after being shot by a police officer, has been published on Facebook.  This comes just one day after an earlier video was released of another black man, 37-year-old Alton Sterling, being shot by the police.

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Examiner.com is shutting down

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It is being reported that news website examiner.com is shutting down soon.  “Michael Roth, a Los Angeles-based spokesman for Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG) . . . notes that “we did not put out a statement” announcing Examiner.com’s demise.”  In an email to examiner.com writers it was announced that the website would “close down on or around July 10, 2016.”

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Paul Bernardo, Canada’s most notorious murderer/rapist applies for day parole

It is being reported on July 3, 2016 that the most notorious Canadian rapist and murderer, Paul Bernardo, has applied for day parole.  Legal experts say it is very unlikely that he will be allowed parole.  “Criminal lawyer Daniel Brown says Bernardo’s chances of release from jail, now or in the future however, are virtually nil.”  Bernardo’s victims have been contacted and they are directed to send impact statement by July 14, 2016.

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Court orders Michelle Carter to stand trial

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VERDICT NOT IN YET:Michelle Carter pushed Conrad Roy to suicide.

It is being reported on July 2, 2016 that Michelle Carter, the Massachusetts teenager charged with influencing her friend to commit suicide via text messages, will have to stand trial for involuntary manslaughter.

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FBI and Amanda Knox advocate fail to win support to weaken cell phone privacy

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When the story broke about Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook’s refusal to give the FBI full access to their cell phone security software last month, it caused an uproar. The iPhones in question belonged to the San Bernardino terrorists. The FBI made a court ordered request,“the bureau’s first and most urgent demand is that Apple disable the iPhone’s ‘auto-erase; security feature. This feature (which is not enabled by default on most iPhones) protects user data on a device from would-be snoops by wiping the phone after 10 failed passcode attempts.” Ardent Amanda Knox supporter and former FBI agent, Steve Moore, wrote animpassioned post supporting these demands.

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