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Judge Orders Robbery Suspect to Cover Up Nazi Tattoos During Trial

A Las Vegas judge ordered a robbery suspect to cover up his tattoos, which include a swastika and the words “Baby Nazi,” so he could have a fair trial. 188 more words

Man jailed for sexual abuse of daughter

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

She was only 10 when her biological father inflicted the “gravest form of sexual abuse” on her – sodomising her, while the Primary 4 girl was still in her school uniform. 416 more words

Current Affairs

Father Sentenced To Prison For Providing Drugs To Teen Daughter

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ELLIS COUNTY (CBSDFW.COM) – Charles “Trey” Daubitz III, 45, of Midlothian, was sentenced to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to Delivery of a Controlled Substance to a Child. 244 more words


Texas Cemetery Halts 'Whites Only' Policy

A Texas cemetery that drew criticism for allegedly having a “whites only” policy and refusing to bury Latinos has conceded that its policy is discriminatory and unlawful. 164 more words

In a state where graft and corruption abound, honesty and law enforcement have taken a permanent leave of absence

Call it the summer doldrums or whatever you wish. The truth is there hasn’t been much political blog activity—from any of us.

It’s not that there is a dearth of news to report; between killings by cops, killings of cops, terrorist attacks, political accusations, political promises that border on fantasy, e-mail scandals and plagiarized speeches, there’s more than enough to go around. 925 more words

Governor's Office

Man Sentenced In KS For Stealing Grand Prairie Man's Identity

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WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A Grand Prairie man whose life was ruined by a convicted child sex offender who stole his identity, saw his impostor sentenced Monday in Kansas, a final courtroom step as he repairs the havoc the decades-long ordeal. 441 more words


'Upskirting' Doesn't Break the Law, Georgia Appeals Court Finds

(ATLANTA) — A man admitted he surreptitiously took cellphone video up a woman’s skirt while she shopped at a grocery store, but a Georgia court said he didn’t break the law. 503 more words