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Sunday Confusion #12

Sunday Confusion is a weekly series where I present some examples of the term “pedophile” used wrongly in the media. This includes using the term for someone who is attracted to a physically mature minor or as a synonym for “child molester”. 950 more words

Journalism

the paradox of justice: A (not so theological) thought on criminal justice

Friday night my car window was shattered and my briefcase stolen. The theif(s) got away will all my books for the coming semester and others I was using for supplemental research! 209 more words

Misc

Sunday Confusion #11

Sunday Confusion is a weekly series where I present some examples of the term “pedophile” used wrongly in the media. This includes using the term for someone who is attracted to a physically mature minor or as a synonym for “child molester”. 693 more words

Journalism

Miguel Leyva Sentenced to 38 Years in Prison for Murdering Adrian Villarreal; Judge Called Crime, 'Vigilantism'

Chicago Tribune —A Lake County judge on Tuesday sentenced a Waukegan man to 38 years in prison, saying the defendant’s role in a 2014 killing amounted to an act of ‘vigilantism.’ 75 more words

Crime

Sunday Confusion #9

Sunday Confusion is a weekly series where I present some examples of the term “pedophile” used wrongly in the media. This includes using the term for someone who is attracted to a physically mature minor or as a synonym for “child molester”. 1,006 more words

Journalism

10 Controversial Cases Of Vigilantism


Some of the most popular characters in fiction are individuals who take the law into their own hands. When the legal system isn’t working, it’s easy to identify with a heroic vigilante who decides to fight crime on their own and seek justice on those who have done wrong. 118 more words

Media freedom

Early last year, Delhi High Court passed an order barring the newspapers and the TV channels (all media organisations) from reporting on a law intern’s complaint of sexual harassment against a former Supreme Court judge, (Justice Swatanter Kumar). 1,628 more words

Democracy