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A 7-year-old child allegedly shot a Nerf-style toy gun in his Hammonton, N.J., school Jan. 18. No one was hurt, but the pint-size softshooter now faces misdemeanor criminal charges. Hammonton Police began an investigation into the “suspicious acti

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A Bulgarian man was sentenced Thursday to two years and a day in prison for stealing the identity of an Ohio boy who was kidnapped and killed at age 3. Doitchin Krastev, who used the name for more than a decade while living as an American citizen,

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AFP

US appeals judges have begun considering whether a 13-year-old boy accused of murder could be tried as an adult. Jordan Brown, who was 11 at the time of his alleged crime, might be imprisoned as an adult and never be released.

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AP

In 2002, Mohamad Hammoud was found guilty of raising money for the militant group Hezbollah under a law prohibiting aid to designated terrorist groups. But he has been awaiting a new judgment since the 2005 Supreme Court ruling that determined that f

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NBC News

The former Calumet County district attorney who resigned after a sexting scandal says he's immune from a civil lawsuit filed by a crime victim who claims he sexually harassed her. Ken Kratz says he was a public official at the time of the alleged har

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by Martin Luther King, Jr.

MY DEAR FELLOW CLERGYMEN: While confined here in the Birmingham City Jail, I came across your recent statement calling my present activities "unwise and untimely." Seldom do I pause to answer criticism of my work and ideas. If I sought to answer a

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[from someone who know THIS is HARD TIME] ED PFC Manning is currently being held in maximum custody. Since arriving at the Quantico Confinement Facility in July of 2010, he has been held under Prevention of Injury (POI) watch. His cell is approxim

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As we approached the courthouse, our bud William said to our group “Hurry up guys. Time for justice!” trying to get us through the doors. A bailiff, stationed outside, responded laughed and said, “You’ve came to the wrong place.” He was right. Below

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AP

A Texas man declared innocent after 30 years in prison had at least two chances to make parole and be set free -- if only he would [lie] admit he was a sex offender. But Cornelius Dupree Jr. refused to do so, doggedly maintaining his innocence in

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