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  • Dropped Gosnell Charge Was of Newborn Tossed in Shoe Box, Still Breathing

    04/23/2013 1:58:02 PM PDT · by Morgana · 12 replies
    Life News ^ | Steven Ertelt
    As LifeNews reported today, the judge in the Kermit Gosnell murder trial dropped three murder charges related to babies he killed in his horrific abortion-infanticide process. One of the three charges the judge dropped includes a 28-week unborn baby who was killed in an abortion-infanticide and eventually discovered in a freezer at Gosnell’s clinic. LifeNews has identified that another charge involved “Baby B,” about whom a Gosnell staffer testified was a newborn child who survived a failed abortion and was still breathing into a shoe box. Kareema Cross told the jury she saw at least 10 children who were breathing...
  • ( Muslim ) Convicted felon speaks about city council run (Colorado Springs)

    01/27/2013 8:38:19 AM PST · by george76 · 22 replies
    KRDO. ^ | Jan 03, 2013 | Lindsay Watts
    Gary Flakes, a man convicted in the murders of two teenagers, formally announced Wednesday that he's running for Colorado Springs City Council. ... In 1997, Flakes was convicted of accessory to murder and negligent homicide in the killings of 13-year-old Andy Westbay and 15-year-old Scott Hawrysiak. The boys were gunned down as they were walking in the Cheyenne Meadows area on Valentine's Day. Flakes and his friend Jeron Grant accused each other of pulling the trigger of the shotgun, and neither was convicted of murder, sparking outrage. After spending 12 years in prison, Flakes was released in 2011. ... Scott...
  • Chappaquiddick prosecutor dies in Mass. at 85

    03/16/2010 10:05:39 AM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 37 replies · 921+ views
    Associated Press ^ | March 16, 2010
    DARTMOUTH, Mass. (AP) -- Edmund Dinis (duh-NEEZ'), the former district attorney who oversaw the investigation into the late Sen. Edward Kennedy's involvement in the Chappaquiddick case, has died at age 85. Henry Arruda, general manager of the radio station Dinis owned, says the former prosecutor died Sunday at an assisted-living center in Dartmouth, Mass. Dinis was voted out of office in 1970, the year after Kennedy's car went off a Martha's Vineyard bridge into a pond with campaign worker Mary Jo Kopechne inside.
  • Michael Schiavo's side of the story [sicko' barf-ola ALERT]

    03/27/2006 6:46:17 PM PST · by XR7 · 295 replies · 3,763+ views
    MSNBC ^ | 3/27/06 | Matt Lauer
    CLEARWATER, FLA. - Michael Schiavo...has decided to tell his side of the story... Schiavo invited us to his home in Clearwater, Florida to talk...It’s all in his new book “Terri the Truth.” Matt Lauer: I guess you could’ve written a book to honor Terri. After reading it, it’s not really the book you wrote. This is a book that in some ways settles some scores, doesn’t it?Michael Schiavo: Oh yes, it does.Lauer: You did think about writing that honoring Terri book?Michael Schiavo: Oh yes, many times. This book does honor Terri in a way. It sets her free. It...
  • Terri Schiavo's Brother, Pro-Life Priest Respond to Michael Schiavo Interview

    03/27/2006 3:39:32 AM PST · by rhema · 147 replies · 3,125+ views
    LifeNews.com ^ | March 26, 2006 | Steven Ertelt
    Terri Schiavo's brother and a pro-life priest who helped her parents and siblings in the days leading up to her euthanasia death responded to comments her former husband made in an appearance on NBC's "Dateline" on Sunday. Schiavo admitted his book he wrote about Terri and the controversy surrounding her was meant to "settle a score" with her family. He also said he had nothing to do with Terri's collapse in 1990 that put her in an incapacitated state. Responding to allegations that he may have physically abused Terri, leading to her collapse, Michael told NBC News, "They're wrong. I...
  • Student under fire for shout: 'Remember Chappaquiddick!'

    02/23/2006 12:13:15 AM PST · by CrawDaddyCA · 307 replies · 11,998+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | February 22, 2006 | Ron Strom
    A community college student in Massachusetts faces possible disciplinary action for shouting "Remember Chappaquiddick!" during an on-campus speech by Democrat Sen. Edward Kennedy. Paul Trost, 20, a student at Massasoit Community College in Brockton, Mass., says he was upset by an introduction of Kennedy given by Rep. Stephen Lynch, D-Mass., in which the congressman noted how the long-time senator overcame hardship in life on his way to success. "Lynch said Kennedy had overcome such adversity to get to the place he was, and that's a bunch of bull," Trost said of the introduction, which occurred in the school's student center...