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Mom and Apple Pie Isn't Nostalgic When Mom's A Perpetrator

Having a family history involving a maternal perpetrator has its awkward social moments. It’s not unusual from time to time for acquaintances and workmates to chew the fat over nostalgic reminiscences of mom and apple pie. 290 more words

Personal Experience

Some thoughts about race relations in America

Ever since Michael Brown’s death in Ferguson, MO., maybe even during and after the concerns regarding the stand your ground law swirling around the death of Trayvon Martin, there has been a pall hanging over our nation.   721 more words

Emails From A Private Detective On The Mcstay Case, Border Crossing Videos

There was so much going on during March, 2010. The collective thought was that the Mcstay family was in Mexico, especially after the San Diego Sheriff’s Department uploaded a video of what they thought was the family crossing the Mexican border at San Ysidro. 434 more words

Chase Merritt

Chase Merritt Tells ABC 10 News He Expects To Be, 'Fully Acquitted'

Published in February, 2015, this is the first time Chase spoke out about the Mcstay murders. He denies any involvement and says that there’s nothing to connect him to the crimes. 41 more words

Chase Merritt

Please Read: Some Notes And Rules About Commenting

We are all personally responsible for what we write here. I am legally responsible for what I write here, and I am responsible for your comments. 400 more words

Chase Merritt

To Kill A Mockingbird

To Kill a Mockingbird (Kindle Edition) by Harper Lee

Published in 2014 by HarperCollins Publishers

ASIN: B00K0O142W

Genre – Drama

Sub genre – Mystery

Reading Level/Interest – 956 more words


“Letter to Bill O’Reilly” ~ a non-pithy response to a question Bill posed to his audience re: why the jury acquitted Casey Anthony

Dear Bill,

I’m writing in humble response to the questions you posed to your television audience, questions to the tune of  …  “Why did the jury vote as it did in the Casey Anthony trial?”  …  and  …  “Why was Casey Anthony acquitted?” 3,036 more words