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  • Ex-Swimmer Expected Out of Jail 3 Months Early in Stanford Rape Case

    06/09/2016 1:05:35 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 81 replies
    Brock Turner was convicted of attacking the woman he met at a fraternity party in January 2015A former Stanford University swimmer whose six-month sentence for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman ignited widespread outrage will leave jail three months early. Online inmate records show 20-year-old Brock Turner is expected to be released from the Santa Clara County jail on Sept. 2. He was booked June 2. County jail inmates serve 50 percent of their sentences if they keep a clean disciplinary record. Calls to the county Department of Correction weren't immediately returned Thursday. Turner was convicted of attacking the woman he...
  • Protesters unveil demands for stricter US policing laws as political reach grows (#blm)

    08/22/2015 7:10:59 AM PDT · by rktman · 7 replies ^ | 8/21/2015 | Jon Swaine, Lauren Gambino
    Leaders of influential civil rights movement release most comprehensive set of policy proposals yet calling for federal and state laws to combat police killings.
  • Hillary wears prison jump suit during questioning by Ed Henry over Email server. (Video)

    Watch this video of the exchange between Ed Henry and Hillary. She looks like she is wearing a prison jump suit. Wonder if her subconscious influenced her choice of clothing? CLICK HERE
  • Oregon woman persuades judge to give her more jail time

    12/17/2014 4:15:20 PM PST · by presidio9 · 24 replies
    NEW YORK DAILY NEWS / ^ | Wednesday, December 17, 2014 | Rachelle Blidner /
    An Oregon woman who called in fake bomb threats to elementary schools asked for a higher prison sentence so she could take advantage of programs behind bars Tuesday. Jenelle Robyn Pinkston, 47, persuaded a Eugene judge to tack an extra year onto the two-year sentence prosecutors had recommended, according to the Register-Guard. She said she wanted more time for treatment in prison medical and mental health programs. "My biggest concern is that I get better," she said, referring to her post-traumatic stress disorder from childhood incidents. U.S. District Judge Ann Aiken complied with Pinkston's request, calling her "unheard of" demand...
  • Elderly man, 90, and two clergymen face jail time for feeding the homeless

    11/04/2014 11:49:37 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 90 replies
    New York Daily News ^ | 11/4/2014 | BY MARC WEINREICH
    A senior citizen and a couple of clergymen in Florida face up to two months in jail for feeding the homeless. A group of volunteers with the non-profit charity Love Thy Neighbor in Broward County face up to a $500 fine and 60 days in jail because they were feeding the homeless last Sunday in Fort Lauderdale, the New Times reports. World War II veteran Arnold Abbott, founder of the interfaith organization, and members of a local church were confronted by Fort Lauderdale police officers because they had reportedly been in violation of the new laws against food sharing —...
  • Lawmakers’ lawyers suggest fines, jail time for Eric Holder for contempt

    10/03/2014 9:38:50 AM PDT · by jazusamo · 26 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | October 3, 2014 | Cheryl K. Chumley
    Attorney General Eric Holder should be held in contempt of court for refusing to release “Fast and Furious” documents in line with a judge’s order — and even given jail time if necessary, lawmakers said. Members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee requested U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson to fine Mr. Holder if he doesn’t comply with her own order issued back in August — the one where she said he couldn’t claim executive privilege to keep private certain documents related to the federal gun-running program, “Operation Fast and Furious,” Politico reported. Mr. Holder was supposed...
  • The Democrats’ Precedent for Jailing Lois Lerner

    05/08/2014 2:17:13 PM PDT · by QT3.14 · 14 replies
    Powerline ^ | May 8, 2014 | Steven Hayward
    I consider Ken Starr’s finest achievement was getting so many Democrats on board to abolish the independent counsel, an unaccountable and therefore unconstitutional office that the Supreme Court mistakenly upheld way back in the 1980s in Morrison v. Olson. Starr’s genius was in revealing to Democrats that independent counsel investigations could target and harass Democratic presidents just as much as Republicans. And that was no fun. Likewise I’m enjoying the Democrats sputtering now against Darrell Issa’s determination to hold Lois Lerner accountable for her clearly political targeting of conservative groups while she was at the IRS, because as with the...
  • Pregnant mom in dead baby case gets to leave jail

    09/23/2013 4:17:23 PM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 9 replies
    South Florida Sun-Sentinel ^ | September 23, 2013 | Rafael Olmeda,
    The mother of a baby whose body was found buried in their Hallandale Beach backyard in January was cleared for release from a Broward jail Monday, days away from the imminent birth of her fourth child. Brittney Sierra, 22, who is nine months pregnant, had her $100,000 bail eliminated after prosecutors announced they were downgrading charges against her stemming from the July 2011 disappearance of her 5-month-old son, Dontrell Melvin, whose buried remains were discovered in the backyard of the home where he lived with his parents.
  • Man caught on video making fun of girl with cerebral palsy sentenced to jail

    11/29/2012 4:21:09 AM PST · by Morgana · 68 replies
    RTV6 ^ | 11.29.2012 | RTV6
    CANTON, Ohio - A northeast Ohio man caught on video apparently making fun of a young girl with cerebral palsy has been sentenced to a month in jail. William Bailey, 43, was sentenced to the maximum sentence after pleading no contest Tuesday to reduced misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct and aggravated menacing, court officials said. Bailey was caught on cellphone video at a school bus stop making fun of how the 10-year-old disabled girl walks. The video was then widely disseminated on the Internet and local TV news, the (Canton) Repository reported
  • Michelle Obama's Hospital Colleague Who Offered Rev.Wright Bribe Gets HHS Grant

    05/15/2012 6:12:21 AM PDT · by opentalk · 8 replies
    The Lid ^ | May 14, 2012 | The Lid
    Before she became first Lady Michelle Obama was had a $317,000 job as Vice President of the University of Chicago Medical Center. At her job she helped to create a program where the uninsured get sent to a different hospital. Imagine that, while her husband was pushing universal healthcare Michelle was doing her utmost to make sure the poor didn't come to her hospital. It seems as if the FLOTUS got more than a salary for her work denying health care to the poor. According to The Amateur” author Edward Klein, Dr. Eric Whitaker vice president of the University of...
  • Obama 44%, Cain 38%

    10/25/2011 9:51:03 PM PDT · by Steelfish · 89 replies
    The Weekly Standard ^ | October 25, 2011 | EFFREY H. ANDERSON
    Obama 44%, Cain 38% OCT 25, 2011 • BY JEFFREY H. ANDERSON The latest Rasmussen poll of likely voters shows that, over the past week, the gap between President Obama and Herman Cain has swung 8 points in Obama’s favor. In a poll released shortly before the last Republican presidential debate, Rasmussen showed Cain leading Obama by 2 percentage points in a head-to-head matchup (43 to 41 percent). This week’s poll, taken after that debate and after Cain’s abortion comments late last week, shows Obama now leading by 6 points (44 to 38 percent). Among independents, Cain was ahead by...
  • Jail Time Proposed for Parents Who Miss Parent-Teacher Conferences

    06/21/2010 4:27:56 PM PDT · by swampfoxniner · 20 replies · 1+ views
    A Detroit, Mich. prosecutor is threatening parents with jail time if they do not make it to at least one parent-teacher conference annually. Meanwhile, the Detroit Public Schools system is [ ]bribing parents with $25 gift cards to Target for providing up-to-date student information upon enrollment. Treating parents like children with a punishment and reward method of discipline should be seen as an “incentive to encourage those responsible to take and active interest in their children’s education,” explained Wayne County Prosecutor Kym L. Worth in a June 14 [ ]press release. “We should not have to legislate this, but what we...
  • I'll be more than happy to go to prison to fight for my freedom ( obamacare )

    04/11/2010 2:55:28 PM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 94 replies · 2,170+ views
    Tom Ashbrook - On Point Radio ^ | March 22nd | random caller
    Caller: I'm very frustrated about what happened they didn't listen to the people at all. I don't know if you happened to hear what Michelle Bachmann said about peacefully not complying with obamacare? I think that's going to be me. I have read the bill and I know about the provisions that will throw me in prison and really I don't care. I'll be more than happy to go to prison to fight for my freedom. Host: How do you see your freedom on the line here? Caller: They are taking our money by fiat. They are taking our money...
  • Ex-deputy spared jail in NV 'Girls Gone Wild' case

    12/11/2009 8:14:57 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 3 replies · 602+ views
    ap on Sacbee ^ | 12/11/09 | Scott Sonner - ap
    RENO, Nev. -- A former sheriff's deputy who admitted accepting bribes to give preferential treatment to "Girls Gone Wild" founder Joe Francis while jailed in Reno avoided prison time after U.S. prosecutors argued for leniency due to his cooperation in the case. Ex-Washoe County deputy Ralph Hawkins was sentenced Friday to three years probation and fined $4,000 for accepting $3,200 in cash and tickets to Oakland Raiders football games from a Francis associate.
  • Inhofe Begins Hadley Center "Climategate" Investigation (Has links for letters, etc.)

    11/24/2009 9:35:46 PM PST · by FromLori · 37 replies · 1,383+ views
    Economic Policy Journal ^ | 11/24/09 | Robert Wenzel
    Sen. James M. Inhofe (R-OK), Ranking Member of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, today sent letters to several scientists, some of whom allegedly manipulated data to prove the scientific "consensus" of global warming, as well as to the inspectors general of several federal agencies, notifying them to retain documents related to the release of emails from the Hadley Center's Climate Research Unit. He also stated in a press release: The stakes in this controversy are significant, as it appears that the basis of federal programs, pending EPA rulemakings, and cap-and-trade legislation was contrived and fabricated. Moreover, it...
  • Pa. Amish farmer gets jailtime in outhouse dispute (school, outhouses ordered padlocked by Judge)

    03/17/2009 3:06:28 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 42 replies · 1,587+ views
    AP on ^ | 3/17/09 | Genaro C. Armas - ap
    Ebensburg, Pa. (AP) -- A western Pennsylvania Amish farmer was sentenced Tuesday to 90 days in jail after refusing to bring a pair of outhouses into compliance with state sewage laws. Andy Swartzentruber, of Ebensburg, cited his conservative religious beliefs in refusing to abide by a court order to make the privies used by schoolchildren compliant and pay a $500 fine. Cambria County Judge Norman Krumenacker said he respected the Amish's religious beliefs but had no choice but to sentence Swartzentruber to jail and fine him $1,000 for being in contempt of court. "Quite frankly, this is not a religious...
  • A Question for A.I.G.: Where Did the Cash Go?

    10/30/2008 7:17:43 AM PDT · by marshmallow · 18 replies · 927+ views
    New York Times ^ | 10/29/08 | Mary Willliams Walsh
    The American International Group is rapidly running through $123 billion in emergency lending provided by the Federal Reserve, raising questions about how a company claiming to be solvent in September could have developed such a big hole by October. Some analysts say at least part of the shortfall must have been there all along, hidden by irregular accounting. “You don’t just suddenly lose $120 billion overnight,” said Donn Vickrey of Gradient Analytics, an independent securities research firm in Scottsdale, Ariz. Mr. Vickrey says he believes A.I.G. must have already accumulated tens of billions of dollars worth of losses by mid-September,...
  • ACORN Calls Raids 'A Stunt'

    10/09/2008 6:05:07 PM PDT · by Red Steel · 15 replies · 821+ views
    ktnv ^ | Oct 9, 2008
    There is new information on the accusations against ACORN, a group that tries to get low income people to vote. Now, more ACORN offices around the U.S. are under investigation after police raided their Las Vegas office. ACORN representatives will tell you this is all politically motivated, because they register people who would tend to vote for democrats. Election officials say they are also registering lots of people, who do not even exist. Since investigators cleaned out their offices during a Tuesday morning raid, ACORN has been working to clean up its image and saying they were identifying registration fraud...
  • NYC judge sentences Remy Ma to 8 years in prison [female rapper shoots another woman]

    05/13/2008 1:15:51 PM PDT · by DemforBush · 44 replies · 99+ views
    Yahoo ^ | 5/13.08 | SAMUEL MAULL
    NEW YORK - A weeping Remy Ma was sentenced to eight years in prison Tuesday for shooting a woman outside a Manhattan nightclub...
  • Disgraced Sandy Berger joins Hillary Clinton campaign

    10/08/2007 5:12:57 AM PDT · by Anti-Bubba182 · 343 replies · 10,120+ views
    The Hillary Project ^ | 10-7-07 | Staff
    Sandy Berger, who stole highly classified terrorism documents from the National Archives, destroyed them and lied to investigators, is now an adviser to presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton. Berger, who was fired from John Kerry´s presidential campaign when the scandal broke in 2004, has assumed a similar role in Clinton´s campaign, even though his security clearance has been suspended until September 2008. This is raising eyebrows even among Clinton´s admirers. “It shows poor judgment and a lack of regard for Berger´s serious misdeeds,” said law professor Jonathan Adler of Case Western Reserve University, who nonetheless called Clinton “by far the...
  • Arizona Jail Sentencing ?

    01/28/2007 2:39:23 AM PST · by hsmomx3 · 2 replies · 223+ views
    When someone is found guilty of a misdemeanor and the sentencing is to occur, does this mean that person would be sentenced to jail immediately after the sentencing phase or do they schedule a date for you to report to jail?
  • Report Says Berger Hid Archive Documents (under a construction trailer)

    12/20/2006 2:12:49 PM PST · by Mr. Mojo · 374 replies · 13,760+ views
    Associated Press ^ | Dec 20, 2006 | LARRY MARGASAK
    Former national security adviser Sandy Berger removed classified documents from the National Archives in 2003 and hid them under a construction trailer, the Archives inspector general reported Wednesday. The report was issued more than a year after Berger pleaded guilty and received a criminal sentence for removal of the documents. Inspector General Paul Brachfeld reported that when Berger was confronted by Archives officials about the missing documents, he said it was possible he threw them in his office trash. The report said that when Archives employees first suspected that Berger _ who had been President Clinton's national security adviser _...
  • Cindy Sheehan Writes of Wanting to Kill President Bush in New Book

    09/07/2006 7:44:49 AM PDT · by kristinn · 331 replies · 12,973+ views
    Thursday, September 7, 2006 | Kristinn
    In her new book due out Sept. 19, "Peace Mom," Cindy Sheehan writes of her fantasies of killing President Bush.Sheehan, whose son Army Spc. Casey Sheehan was killed in Iraq in April, 2004, couches her desire for the murder of the President by saying she wishes she could go back in time and kill George Bush as an infant in order to prevent the Iraq war.Sheehan has been trying for over a year to meet with President Bush, but to no avail. She met with the President once in 2004 shortly after her son gave his life in Iraq. Since...
  • First football, then jail time(with no decoys)

    08/17/2006 1:52:38 AM PDT · by freepatriot32 · 12 replies · 821+ views ^ | 8 17 06 | associated press
    Judge lets teens finish season before serving sentence for fake deer prank KENTON, Ohio - A judge decided two high school athletes can complete the football season this fall before they serve 60-day jail sentences for a car crash caused by a decoy deer placed in a country road. Two teens were injured. “I shouldn’t be doing this, but I’m going to. I see positive things about participating in football,” Judge Gary McKinley said Tuesday. Dailyn Campbell, a 16-year-old quarterback for Kenton High, and 17-year-old teammate Jesse Howard will serve their time in a juvenile detention center. They were also...
  • What Happened at Chappaquiddick [Happy Anniversary

    07/18/2006 9:54:03 AM PDT · by ncountylee · 158 replies · 6,433+ views
    American Heritage ^ | July 18, 2006 | Alexander Burns
    Late on the night of July 18, 1969, a car went off a bridge on Martha’s Vineyard. With a young senator from Massachusetts, Edward Kennedy, at the wheel, the Oldsmobile sank into the water beneath the Dike Bridge. In a sequence of events that instantly became famous, Senator Kennedy escaped from the submerged vehicle and swam to shore. By 2:30 a.m. he had made his way back to his hotel in Edgartown, where he was sighted in the lobby. He made 17 phone calls to family members and associates. But not until 10 hours after the accident did he call...
  • San Carlos mayor sentenced to jail time in fraud case

    07/07/2006 6:44:25 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 1 replies · 678+ views
    The former mayor of San Carlos was sentenced Friday to 45 days in prison for fraudulent billing. Mike King, 64, also a former councilman, must also serve three years of probation following an April felony conviction for submitting a false claim with intent to defraud and conspiracy to defraud. San Mateo County Superior Court Judge Barbara Mallach denied requests for a new trial. "I know how deeply people feel about you Mr. King, and how highly they regard you, so it's a very sad day of course," Mallach said. "On the other hand, this was an incredibly bad error of...
  • **Debating The Attack On The Times (Melanie Morgan and Al Sharpton on Hardball)**

    06/29/2006 11:35:17 AM PDT · by Syncro · 19 replies · 2,344+ views
    MSNBC Hardball ^ | June 26, 2006 | Chris Matthews
    Melanie Morgan on MSNBC's Hardball Calls Media Leaks on Anti-Terrorism Programs "TREASON" WATCH MELANIE MORGAN ON HARDBALL - CLICK HERE
  • It’s Fish or Cut Bait Time, Mr. Attorney General

    06/24/2006 3:30:12 PM PDT · by oldtimer2 · 17 replies · 834+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | June 24, 2005 | Clarise Feldman
    It’s Fish or Cut Bait Time, Mr. Attorney General June 24th, 2006 In March, Gabriel Schoenfeld wrote a brilliant piece in Commentary in which he argued that the New York Times revelations about the NSA program warranted prosecution under Section 798 of Title 18, the so-called Comint statute. In the article he details the history and language of the Act and its 1950 amendment and argues that the language is unambiguous and certainly covers the paper’s disclosures of the NSA program, which substantially harmed our counter terrorism activities. Here are the critical provisions of the Act: §798. Disclosure of Classified...
  • Students say church arsons meant as ‘a joke’

    03/08/2006 11:03:17 AM PST · by presidio9 · 163 replies · 4,514+ views
    NBC News ^ | March 8, 2006
    Two college students arrested Wednesday in a string of nine rural Alabama church arsons told authorities that the first fires were set as “a joke” and later blazes were intended as a diversion, federal agents said. A third college student was arrested later Wednesday in the serial arsons, according to WVTM-TV of Birmingham. Benjamin Nathan Moseley and Russell Lee Debusk Jr., both students at Birmingham-Southern College, appeared in federal court Wednesday and were ordered held on church arson charges pending a hearing Friday. Matthew Lee Cloyd, reportedly a student at the University of Alabama in Birmingham, was arrested midday, the...
  • My pal the psychopath

    01/25/2006 9:04:23 PM PST · by george76 · 22 replies · 1,401+ views
    The Sun ^ | January 25, 2006 | JAMES CLENCH
    CELEB Big Brother prat George Galloway is today exposed in his revolting true colours — fawning before Saddam Hussein’s murderous son Uday. An astonishing video shown in part on the Sun TV Bulletin depicts Galloway, 51, laughing and joking with the evil psychopath during a 20-minute meeting in an Iraqi palace. The Respect party MP, who Sun readers can boot off the Channel 4 show tonight, has sickened viewers with his antics in the BB house. Galloway’s crawling around the tyrannical old Iraqi regime was even more disgusting. He famously met dictator Saddam in 1994 and told him: “Sir, allow...
  • Galloway evicted from Big Brother house

    01/25/2006 7:56:55 PM PST · by george76 · 17 replies · 850+ views
    Guardian Newspapers ^ | January 25, 2006 | Hélčne Mulholland
    George Galloway tonight became the fourth person to be evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother house as he admitted he had failed in his aims during almost two weeks of reality TV. The Respect MP attracted 64.7% of the public vote after being nominated alongside fake celebrity Chantelle Houghton and US basketball star Dennis Rodman. As he emerged from the house, a smiling Mr Galloway was met with boos and cheers from the crowd who gathered for tonight's double eviction.
  • (NYT)Buzzard Watch

    12/19/2005 10:05:50 PM PST · by ForGod'sSake · 28 replies · 857+ views
    misfiring synapses | 12/19/2005 | FGS
  • Sandy Berger Violates Probation

    10/06/2005 5:51:14 AM PDT · by Young Werther · 19 replies · 441+ views
    Fox and Friends ^ | October 6, 2005 | E.D. Hill
    E.D. Hill reported that Sandy Berger had been stopped for Reckless Driving in Virginia. This violation is more than simple speeding. He was clocked 88 in a 55mph zone. He will stand before the judge who sentenced him for his "pants-gate" plundering and the charge is such that he could do jail time for violating his probation.
  • Ex-teacher accused of sex with student agrees to 9 months in jail (Pamela Rogers Turner)

    08/12/2005 8:02:45 AM PDT · by Moose4 · 186 replies · 8,474+ views
    Associated Press via ^ | 12 August 2005 | Unattributed
    MCMINNVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A former physical education teacher charged with having sex with a 13-year-old boy who attended the school where she worked agreed to a nine-month jail sentence in a plea deal Thursday and was immediately locked up. Pamela Rogers Turner, 28, entered a no contest plea that allowed her to avoid a scheduled November trial on multiple charges of having sexual intercourse and oral sex with the teenager during a three-month relationship that started in November. A court clerk said the nine months in jail is part of an eight-year sentence for the former homecoming queen previously...
  • The Plame game - CIA LEAK (writer says, "Just shut up, wouldja?")

    07/18/2005 10:18:17 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 30 replies · 976+ views
    TOWNHALL.COM ^ | JULY 19, 2005 | Bill Murchison
    From here in heartland America, I'm winging a message eastward. It's addressed to my brothers and sisters of the mass media as they scrunch up their brows and artfully work their jaws, seeking to understand and explain what Karl Rove knew about Valerie Plame and when he knew it, assuming he knew much of anything, and whom he told, if he told anybody, and who heard, and who else knew it and why. And my message? A terse one: Just shut up, wouldja? Unfortunately, I already know the answer to such an excellent and timely question. The answer is a...
  • DAVID ROSEN (the man who will turn on Hillary)

    04/22/2005 8:34:16 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 89 replies · 3,049+ views
    Chicago Business dot com ^ | 4-2005 | Paul Merrion
    David Rosen President and CEO Competence Group Inc. AGE: 35 The 10 summers David Rosen spent ringing doorbells to sell books turned out to be good preparation for raising tens of millions of dollars for the Gore-Lieberman ticket, Hillary Clinton's Senate race and other prominent Democratic candidates. At Southwestern Co., a Nashville, Tenn.-based direct sales firm that has trained thousands of college students during its 132-year history, Mr. Rosen got to the point where he made sales at five of every six households he called on. He still holds the record for first-year sales, according to Dan Moore, Southwestern's marketing...
  • DFU SONG: Everything's Coming Up Roses (for Hillary, everything's coming up Rosen)

    04/22/2005 1:51:53 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 3 replies · 660+ views
    DFU SONGS | 4-2005 | Lyrics, Doug from Upland
    This has been quite a deal. Here is the third song about Hillary and Rosen. The third of today's triple play. MIDI - EVERYTHING'S COMING UP ROSEN It soon will end...the nightmare of Hillary The evil of Hillary Oh, yes, dreaded Hillary She is through...yes, it's true...this time, really, I'm not fooling you Hillary...felony This time everything's coming up Rosen He will talk, he will that deal he had better not balk Hillary...felony This time everything's coming up Rosen Peter told us...Aaron then got on board Reggie's wired...Hillary really is flo-oored She is through...yes, it's true...this time, really, I'm...
  • Court Martial Recommended for Kevin Benderman

    02/26/2005 10:57:55 AM PST · by Chickenhawk Warmonger · 2 replies · 616+ views
    The Washington Post ^ | 2/23/05 | News In Brief
    FORT STEWART, Ga. -- An Army hearing officer has recommended a court-martial for a soldier charged with desertion after he refused to deploy to Iraq. In a Feb. 16 report, Lt. Col. Linda Taylor recommended that Sgt. Kevin Benderman face a general court-martial, the most serious type. The procedure requires approval from Fort Stewart's general court-martial convening authority. Benderman, 40, said he became opposed to war after serving in the 2003 invasion of Iraq. If convicted, he would face as many as seven years in prison, reduction in rank to private and a dishonorable discharge.
  • N.J. Teacher Charged with Sexaul Assault (Here we go again)

    02/21/2005 8:05:45 PM PST · by wjersey · 170 replies · 7,283+ views
    WPVI (ABC Philadelphia) ^ | 2/21/2005 | NORA MUCHANIC
    Riverside, N.J., Feb. 21, 2005 — Sources say the 14-year-old boy having an affair with a teacher is cooperating with police, but is reluctant to divulge details for fear of getting her in more trouble. Action News has been told the boy is in love with the teacher, who is ten years older, and that the two even talked of marriage. Gail Nottie/STORE OWNER: "I can't understand it, I can't see what a women would see in a child." People are still in shock about the arrest Friday of a substitute teacher at Riverside High School for allegedly having an...
  • Warren Co. teacher charged with statutory rape (more blonde babe pederast teachers)

    02/07/2005 8:17:20 PM PST · by wardaddy · 318 replies · 21,648+ views
    wkrn nashville ^ | 2-7-05 | frazier
    A Warren County elementary teacher faces a maximum 100 years in prison if she's convicted of having a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old boy. Only news two was in Fentress County as 27-year-old Pamela Rogers Turner was arrested and charged with 15 counts of sexual battery by an authority figure and 13 counts of statutory rape. District Attorney General Dale Potter said that Turner, a physical education teacher and coach at Centertown Elementary, had an ongoing sexual relationship with a male student. Potter said that some of the incidents even took place at school and at the boy's home, where...
  • More trouble for Microsoft

    01/10/2005 3:24:45 PM PST · by Peelod · 40 replies · 1,459+ views
    Carrying over from last year, I predict that will beat Microsoft in their current lawsuit. But to avoid having to eat crow again over timing, let me put this in greater context. IF a trial actually takes place, as it is now scheduled to do this summer, Burst will easily win. Microsoft is at a disadvantage already as a bully. Burst will probably get Judge Motz to tell the jury that Microsoft deliberately destroyed evidence, and it doesn't hurt, either, that Burst is just plain right on all counts -- Microsoft DID violate their patents, DID violate Burst's non-disclosure...
  • P. Diddy takes `Vote or Die' drive to swing states

    10/23/2004 7:06:13 PM PDT · by SmithL · 33 replies · 962+ views
    AP ^ | 10/23/4 | CHAKA FERGUSON
    NEW YORK -- Hip-hop mogul Sean "P. Diddy" Combs is following the lead of President Bush and Sen. John Kerry by taking his get-out-the-vote campaign to the swing states. "If you are going to play the game, you need to play it all the way," Combs said in a telephone interview Saturday. "And if you talking about flexing your power, and you ain't flexing in the swing states, then you ain't flexing your power." Combs' Citizen Change initiative will launch a three-day get-out-the-vote drive starting Tuesday in Milwaukee and Detroit, followed by rallies in Cleveland, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Miami. Combs...
  • Cheerleading Coach/Teacher accused of affair with male student

    10/13/2004 8:06:25 AM PDT · by esryle · 169 replies · 11,358+ views
    DOUGLASVILLE, Ga. (AP) -- An English teacher and cheerleading coach in Douglas County has been suspended without pay after being accused of having a sexual relationship with a teenage male student. Authorities say they suspended the teacher identified as 27-year-old Kari McCarley at Alexander High School last week after another teacher overheard the boy talking about a relationship with McCarley. McCarley was released from jail on bond.
  • Texans for Truth in Hot Water

    09/25/2004 8:32:24 PM PDT · by Stonedog · 25 replies · 1,755+ views
    Houston Chronicle ^ | 9/25/2004 | John Frank
    Texans for Truth in hot water Watchdog groups claim organization violated campaign fund-raising laws By JOHN FRANK Copyright 2004 Houston Chronicle Washington Bureau WASHINGTON - A group of watchdog organizations charged Friday that Texans for Truth, whose TV ads question President Bush's service in the Air National Guard during the Vietnam War, has violated campaign fund-raising laws.
  • S.F. activists facing jail time, fines for disruptions, violence

    03/25/2003 8:48:34 AM PST · by NormsRevenge · 13 replies · 216+ views
    SJ Mercury News ^ | 3/25/03 | Sean Webby
    <p>With about 2,300 arrests after days of civil unrest, San Francisco prosecutors plan to charge about 18 anti-war protesters with felonies and force about 1,800 others to each pay $96 fines.</p> <p>Most of the protesters arrested for blocking traffic or ignoring police -- including about 120 at demonstrations Monday -- will have their charges dropped from misdemeanors to infractions and end up in the city's traffic court or a community court.</p>
  • Diner raided pub to find HP sauce (HOLD MUH LAGER ALERT)

    10/25/2002 12:20:45 AM PDT · by MadIvan · 17 replies · 245+ views
    The Daily Telegraph ^ | October 25, 2002 | Peter Foster
    An irate diner who accused a chef of serving bottled chilli sauce as "home-made" appeared in court yesterday after he broke into the pub's kitchen at night to check his suspicions. Maxwell James, who is a also a chef, was so determined to prove his palate had not deceived him that he dressed in army fatigues and a black balaclava and set off in search of the bottle. Earlier that night, James told Weymouth magistrates, he and his wife had gone for dinner at their local pub, the Ilchester Arms in Abbotsbury, Dorset. "My wife ordered fish cakes in a...
  • Bush Readies Crackdown on Corporate Misconduct

    07/08/2002 3:56:16 PM PDT · by Sungirl · 42 replies · 665+ views
    Rueters ^ | 7/8/02 | By Adam Entous
    Responding to a wave of corporate scandals that have turned his pro-business reputation into a potential liability, President Bush ( news - web sites) put the final touches on Monday on new policies to crack down on boardroom misconduct, with criminal penalties for the worst offenders. Photos Reuters Photo Bush will present his plan on Tuesday in a Wall Street speech aimed at restoring investor confidence shaken by accounting scandals at telecoms giant WorldCom Inc. and other once high-flying firms, which have laid off thousands of workers and seen their stock values plummet. The speech will come amid new revelations...
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton - What Every American Should Know: Chapter 3 (re: cattle futures)

    06/28/2002 11:22:16 AM PDT · by doug from upland · 8 replies · 633+ views
    American Conservative Union ^ | date unknown | American Conservative Union staff
            Home           Join the ACU   Order The Book Introduction     Chapter 1      Chapter 2   Chapter 3    Chapter 4         Chapter 5             Chapter 6           Chapter 7     Chapter 8    Chapter 9       Chapter 10         Chapter 11     Notes Hillary Rodham Clinton What Every American Should Know Chapter 3 Cattlegate In 1978—as her husband was on the verge of election as governor of Arkansas—Hillary was dabbling in cattle futures. At the time, the combined income of the Clintons was around $60,000; so Hillary couldn’t risk a lot—a mere $1,000 to dip her toe into an uncertain stream. However, it turned out she was enormously lucky—so lucky, in fact, that a lot of cynics in Arkansas and elsewhere came...