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Red Lake County prosecutor served by U.S. Marshals

Michael LaCoursiere, prosecutor, Red Lake County, has been named as defendant in a federal civil rights lawsuit filed in United States District Court.

LaCoursiere was served with a copy of the formal complaint by the U.S. 365 more words

Always Two Sides to a Story

This week I would like to talk about the idea of framing. No, not the pretty antique frame you just bought at a yard sale for only five bucks, I’m talking about the framing used in media, text, and pretty much everywhere today. 636 more words

Federal lawsuit: Florida Governor Charlie Crist and Scott Rothstein tied to embattled Minnesota government officials - - - $231 Million biofuel deal

by Timothy Charles Holmseth

The Minnesota city of East Grand Forks, which is under investigation after an audit revealed disaster relief money was being laundered through well placed public officials in a scandal known as ‘Boardwalk Enterprises’, has been connected to the infamous Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein, and a biofuels company that was supposed to bring in a $231 Million back-door government contract through connections to former Florida governor Charlie Crist. 1,472 more words

Casey Anthony: Objective Media Coverage

In July 2008 the disappearance and murder of Caylee Anthony was the most high profile case in America. After Casey, Caylee’s mother, admitted she hadn’t seen the child in a month, she was reported missing by her grandmother, Cindy Anthony. 820 more words

The Casey Anthony Trial

Casey Anthony has become a household name in the United States. The disappearance of her two-year old daughter, Caylee Anthony, gained nationwide attention in July 2008 when it was reported that she had last been seen on June 15. 548 more words

Notice of Claim issued to Putnam County Sheriff's Office

“The PCSO must publicly state HaLeigh Ann-Marie Cummings was alive on April 26-27, 2009”

Timothy Charles Holmseth, journalist/author, has issued a formal Notice of Claim to Putnam County Sheriff Jeff Hardy and the Putnam County Board of Commissioners. 241 more words