Guy hits another car while doing twice the speed limit, and kills its driver, a 20-year-old college student. The student’s mother is in the passenger side, and watches her son die. The guy admits he's been drinking, but the police don’t give him
Diane Downs, the sociopath mom who shot all three of her children in 1983, was denied parole today in Oregon. Downs’ loved “being pregnant”. Between 1974 and 1984, Downs was pregnant six times. In the end, Downs either aborted, sold, shot, or gave up
An Ohio man had more than a “six pack to go” when he was busted for DUI in Ohio.
While the judge would later expunge that record, Oklahoma still insists on registering him as a high-risk sex offender — forcing him to live like a pariah and satisfy the various restrictions put in place for recidivist child molesters.
There could be a major criminal case emerging from Lynchburg, Virginia where prosecutors have charged Ronald Wojdyla, 57, with child pornography for superimposing his picture over a picture of an 11-year-old girl.
A video sharing website user who posted a clip of a man apparently swinging a baby around has had his house raided by an armed Australian police anti-pedophile squad.
Alan McEwan was charged, tried and convicted of owning child pornography in his native Australia. But, before you jump to conclusions, the alleged porn he owned was a satirical cartoon of the characters from the Simpsons.
The indictment and surrender of 5 employees of Blackwater for alleged murders committed in Iraq raises a question. Why does the US Justice Dept. have the power to punish Americans for things they do outside of the United States?
"That we allow defense attorneys to obfuscate and eroticize rape trials as a way of distorting the truth to produce an unfair result only adds insult to injury." I guess the accuser's story is always "the truth" and giving con
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE to select MEDIA ONLY 12/10/2008 425,000 Petitions, Faxes and Phone Calls the Centerpieces of Final Push to Free Imprisoned Border Agents
A Minnesota appeals court yesterday rejected Sen. Larry E. Craig's latest effort to withdraw his guilty plea, 18 months after the Idaho Republican was arrested in a Minneapolis airport bathroom during an undercover sex sting.
As Arizona activists celebrate the release of John Stewart on bail, we learn more about abusive conditions in our nation's prisons.
Diane Downs, the subject of Ann Rule’s true crime book, Small Sacrifices, is up for parole. Downs’ crime riveted the nation in 1983: a mother who tried to kill her three children because her ex-lover told her didn’t want kids.
Military prosecutors have withdrawn a government witness in an upcoming Guantanamo war-crimes trial to conceal evidence of "abuse and mistreatment" of the defendant, his Pentagon-appointed lawyer alleged Sunday.
"Cuban is accused of selling his stock in Mamma.com after the CEO told Cuban that the company would be making a new stock offering that Cuban thought was a bad idea."
The European Court has declared it illegal to retain the DNA samples of people who were never charged with a crime. It will now be necessary to remove these samples from the database
The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to decide the most fundamental question yet concerning executive power in the age of terror: Can the president order the indefinite military detention of people living in the United States?
LAS VEGAS — O.J. Simpson, the one-time football great who was acquitted in perhaps the most-watched murder trial of the 20th century, was sentenced Friday to a minimum of nine years in prison.
Texas prison administrators said they were more than doubling their budget request to keep illegal cell phones and other contraband out of state prisons and wanted $30 million of it immediately to combat the problem now.
He has a lot to take care of in the next few days, and his trial starts in February. We are going to give him some personal space right now even though we'd all like to see him and hear his story. He says he'll be at the Breakfast Club Satu
A man accused of making unflattering online comments about his former lover and her attorney on Craigslist has been charged with 2 counts of criminal libel. The 1800s-era state law can put people in jail for the content of their speech or writing.
"An Oklahoma teenager is swept up in laws aimed at protecting kids from child predators. He must register as a sex offender for life, as the worst level offender, after having a sex with his girlfriend, who said she was his age, 16... "[
Another police state conviction of innocent Muslims.
An interview with Jim Hoerricks, LAPD, On Forensic Photography about using Adobe PhotoShop to catch criminals. Photoshop, P.I.?
On their second try, federal prosecutors won sweeping convictions Monday against five leaders of a Muslim charity in a retrial of the largest terrorism-financing case in the United States since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
CAIR had its 14th Annual Dinner and more than the soup course got served: fraud and racketeering charges summons got served while Rep. Keith Ellison was speaking at the gala.
"This is going to be huge," said Tucson lawyer James Nesci, because the current machine is widely used statewide as opposed to the older device, which was used in Tucson and at a smaller agency…
Bail has been denied for a woman accused of killing an FBI agent during a drug raid. Christina Korbe called 911 during the raid and said her house was being robbed and that she had fired at a burglar. She was arrested while still on the phone with an
The news story Why Japan's isolated mothers are killing their children (The Age [Australia], 11/8/08) has so many outrageously revealing quotes about the pro-mother/anti-father bias that it's hard to know where to begin. Quote #1--"[Y
Quick! Name the veteran Department of Justice insider who, shortly after the USA Patriot Act was signed into law and at a point when the Bush administration was proposing to further erode barriers to governmental abuses, argued that dissenters should