On April 10, 2010, Raquel Nelson lost her 4-year-old son. Nelson was crossing a busy Marietta, Georgia, street with her son and his two siblings when they were struck by a hit-and-run driver. Police were able to track down the driver, Jerry Guy, who
James Warren "Flaming Eagle" Mooney of Native American Church on Gorilla Radio 10:00 am PST July 21, 2011 at http://kpfz.org/kpfz-internet- stream/ The Native American Church is officially recognized by the US government. Supreme court de
So remember how Indiana was launching a big investigation into errors at the state crime lab? Remember how hundreds of convictions could have been called into question? Turns out it would be cheaper to just pretend the whole thing never happened.
The FBI on Tuesday morning arrested a Fairfax, Va., man charged with acting as an unregistered, paid agent of the Pakistani intelligence services for twenty years. Syed Ghulam Nabi Fai, 62, a U.S. citizen, "is accused of a decades-long scheme with
Assertions by the prosecution that Casey Anthony conducted extensive computer searches on the word “chloroform” were based on inaccurate data, a software designer who testified at the trial said Monday.
Just heard that Cory Maye was finally released yesterday from the processing facility in Rankin County. Oddly, no one bothered to notify his attorneys before releasing him. But he’s now home with his family. More to come.
On July 1st, 2010 Todd M. Dodge of the Greenfield, MA Police Department and his colleagues violated the rights of Ademo Freeman (aka Adam Mueller) & Pete Eyre when they illegally arrested them. (Up to the moment VIDEOS)
On Friday, a jury in San Francisco found a man not guilty of possession of psilocybin mushrooms on the grounds that he had forgotten they were in his backpack, and therefore could not knowingly be in possession. The argument was made by Deputy Pub
It's already extremely hard for rape victims to come to court and testify. This alleged rape victim says the only reason she came back was to make sure this doesn't happen to anyone else.
Despite the fact that city authorities have temporarily dropped a case against Oak Park resident Julie Bass for growing a vegetable garden in her front yard after the story received nationwide attention, Bass has now been hit with a new criminal char
U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton called a halt to the perjury trial of Roger Clemens after prosecutors showed jurors evidence that he had ruled out. Prosecutors showed the jury a video showing, Rep. Elijah Cummings (Democrat-MD) referred to Pettitte
A federal judge has thrown out the capital murder conviction and death sentence and lambasted corrupt Prince William Co. prosecutors who withheld or ignored crucial evidence and potential testimony that could have helped Wolfe’s defense.
A Minnesota hacker prosecutors described as a “depraved criminal” was handed an 18-year prison term Tuesday for unleashing a vendetta of cyberterror that turned his neighbors’ lives into a living nightmare.
When the Indiana Supreme Court decided that Brenda Moore had indeed committed the crime of being drunk in public by riding shotgun in a car driven by her sober friend, a thousand public service announcements about designated drivers turned sour.
But when Njoku showed up at the Chase branch near his house intending to cash the check, he was in for a nasty surprise. The check had Njoku’s name and address on it and was issued by JP Morgan Chase. But the Chase Customer Banker who handles larg
Washington State Attorney General and Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob McKenna was speaking to a group of fellow Republicans Wednesday night when he spotted a man with a camera. He stopped speaking to confront the videographer. “Hi, who a
John Kurtz, the Orlando Copwatch founder who was facing six years in prison for battery on a law enforcement officer, was acquitted of that felony charge last week. But he was convicted of resisting arrest without violence – even though the office
June 17 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. prosecutors in New York, the first to identify and charge Osama bin Laden three years before the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, were granted their request to dismiss the case against him, more than a month after he was
When 18-year-old Tyell Morton put a blow-up sex doll in a bathroom stall on the last day of school, he didn't expect school officials to call a bomb squad or that he'd be facing up to eight years in prison and a possible felony record. The senior
The verdict has now been read by the clerk of the Circuit Court of Orange County Orlando, Florida in the trial that shocked the nation.
The Oklevueha Native American Church can use any "Earth-based healing herb for use in ceremony". Any member use it, transport it in their cars, have it in their homes, and use it in their own ceremonies on their property and any federal land. A land
The perjury trial of Roger Clemens begins today with the selection of 12 jurors charged with deciding if the former baseball star lied when he said he never took drugs to boost his pitching as he aged. Clemens, 48, was indicted a year ago on charg
A Florida jury on Tuesday found Casey Anthony not guilty of murder in the June 16, 2008 death of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee. The defense had argued that Caylee died in an accidental drowning.
department has been padlocked and the officers sent home. The city of Alto laid off its entire police force about two weeks ago because the city council completely cut the department's budget.
An appeals court has ordered federal prison officials to temporarily stop forcing anti-psychotic drugs on the suspect in the Tucson shooting rampage. U.S. District Judge Larry Burns ruled that he didn't want to second-guess prison doctors
An Iraqi court handed down a 15-year jail term on Saturday to a man it convicted of taking part in the abduction of a British journalist in 2008, a judiciary spokesman said.
Jesse Kersey, a 17-year-old mentally handicapped boy, was riding his bicycle near his home in Dayton, Ohio last Saturday when officer Willie Hooper pulled him over to talk.
WikiLeaks announced on Friday evening that it and service provider Datacell intend to sue Visa and MasterCard in Europe "for engaging in an unlawful, U.S. influenced, financial blockade."
Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn was released from house arrest on Friday after prosecutors said the hotel maid who accuses him of attempted rape lied to a grand jury and made other false statements. Strauss-Kahn, 62, still faces charges t
A Judge just signed a plea agreement between Cory Maye and the state. Maye plead guilty to a reduced charged of manslaughter, and was resentenced to 10 years in prison, time served. He should be released and home with his family in days.