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Murder in the Mountains: The Muriel Baldridge Story revisits the slaying of Muriel Baldridge, the 17-year old high school cheerleader who was found beaten to death on the morning of June 28, 1949 in Prestonsburg, Kentucky. After a decades-long investigation that featured an amazing array of twists and turns, including a sensational trial and a controversial verdict, the case remains unsolved. To this day Muriel's murder is considered "the most bizarre and confusing case in the annuals of Eastern Kentucky crime." MURDER IN THE MOUNTAINS-Michael Crisp
On August 16, 1982, an unidentified attacker brutalized and strangled Maggie Hume at her apartment in Battle Creek, Michigan. The daughter of a beloved local football coach, her seemingly senseless murder sparked intense scrutiny that lingers today. Award-winning author Blaine Pardoe and his daughter, Victoria Hester, crack open three decades of material on this mysterious tragedy, exposing dark secrets and political in-fighting that tore at the Battle Creek legal system for years. Compiled from documents, videos and interviews, this book presents the facts and clues of the case to the public for the first time. THE MURDER OF MAGGIE HUME-Cold Case in Battle Creek-Victoria Hester and Blaine Pardoe
Murder in Suburbia features the stories of more than 20 murder cases that have happened in the quiet streets of Australia’s suburbs and small towns.
These stories show that the most brutal and harrowing events can happen in any street or neighbourhood.
Featuring contemporary cases as well as some shocking historical murders, Murder in Suburbia proves you should never say ‘it could never happen here’. MURDER IN SUBURBIA-Disturbing Stories From Australia's Dark Heart-Emily Webb
Abortion used to be a big issue where I was "ideologically" pro-life; but "pragmatic". But what I'm learning now is that, to say the least, many times, my "pragmatism" is gutless weakness. A perfect example has been my politics on Israel prior for months prior to the kidnapping of the Yeshiva students, which struck a raw nerve in me. But leaving that aside, abortion has been another example. I used to admire Israel's [too liberal] abortion laws, even though millions of Jewish babies get murdered while murderous Arab terrorists get free education in prisons, resulting in kidnappings of Israelis in order to demand for the "freedom" of these mass murderers. I remember years ago when I used to be against abortion even in cases of rape and incest. I was seen as reactionary and backward for it. I was ridiculed for holding that position. Basically my position was that though rape wa sa horrible crime, the baby in the womb should not be the one punished for it. Then to be more "reasonable", I started getting mixed feelings. And most recently, at most, it was mixed feelings for the first 40 days. But now I am against allowing abortion even in cases of rape and incest, thanks to the compelling arguments by Rebecca Kiessling, a pro-life activist who herself was concieved from rape. And also the fact is that there is no death penalty for the rapists themselves [though, in my view, there should be]. But put simply, abortion when it's not the only choice to save the mother's life, is murder, period. And it's also ableist genocide, as a disproportionate amount of those targetted are targetted for being disabled. I will discuss abortion on demand as a phenomenon of the anti-Torah madness, for the principle that all human life [both Jewish and non-Jewish alike] was created b'tzelem Elokim [in G-d's image] gets discarded.
Human Rights for Prisoners March, hosted by Mary Neal. Call (347)857-3293 to comment or ask questions.
George Mallinckrodt is a psychotherapist who formerly worked in Florida prisons counseling mentally ill inmates. He observed an alarming pattern of abuse by corrections officers and complained. He lost his job. Months later, he learned about the death by scalding of Darren Rainey, a 50-year-old black mentally ill inmate who guards scalded to death in a small shower. Rainey was tortured under a strong spray of 180°F water (water boils at 212°F). Rainey's skin had to be scraped from the shower after his body was removed. No charges were filed after Rainey's homicide, and no autopsy report was released to date. Disgusted by the lack of accountability. Mallinckrodt then published a book about abused mentally ill inmates, murderous corrections officers, and the Florida Department of Corrections called "Getting Away with Murder."
"The Florida Department of Corrections is riddled with amoral, sadistic sociopaths and the people who support, enable, and cover-up their crimes." ~ @GeoMallinckrodt (at Twitter)
"If what is done to mentally ill Florida inmates was done in the military, these would be considered war crimes." ~George Mallinckrodt?
Order the book: "Getting Away with Murder".
Power concedes nothing without a demand; it never has, and it never will. ~Frederick Douglass
This episode will discuss the murder of New York's Finest, Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenji Liu; we will honor their commitment to protect, serve and respect New York and their badge and discuss how in the wake of the murder of Eric Garner how outrage has set the stage for fatal police citizen encounters. We will discuss how citizens in New York and throughout the country must examine police citizen encounters to avoid unjustifiable homicide of both police officers and citizens.
On this broadcast, SONSHINE USA Bible teacher Warren Landis talks about how we as Christians need to respect all government leaders and authorities. We must obey ALL laws except those that would require us to disobey God's Law. The Bible says that it is God that has allowed these leaders to come into power. We also need as Christians to limit our liberties in Christ as needed for the benefit of a younger brother or sister in Christ. We need to nip LEGALISM in the bud------quit making mountains out of ant hills and quit harshly judging Christians that we may disagree with. We must remember that we as Christians will face God for all of our actions and teachings.
Come spend the night with me and my guest Janet who had to survive the horror and fear of knowing that her dad murdered her mom and how she made it through. This is the first time ever that she had agreed to doing this interview and it may be the last. so tune in and call in at 347-945-6003 and ask your questions because this opportunity may never come around again.
In 1999, the body of Hae Min Lee was found in a shallow grave in Baltimore's Leakin Park. Six weeks later, her ex-boyfriend, Adnan Syed, was arrested and charged with her murder. The state's case against Syed hinged entirely on the testimony of Jay Wilds, who said that he had been with Syed on the day of the murder, and that he had assisted with the burial in Leakin Park. At trial, the prosecutor argued that although Wilds had repeatedly given false and inconsistent statements concerning the crime, his story was corroborated by Adnan's cell phone records. Syed was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison; Wilds pleaded guilty to accessory after the fact, and was released without serving a day in prison.
Last year, the creators of This American Life covered Syed's story in the popular podcast Serial. In order to better visualize the events that were being described on the show, Attorney Susan Simpson put together a series of maps comparing the location data from the cell records with the various witness statements concerning the location of the phone throughout the day on which Hae Lee was murdered. The result showed just how fragmented and incoherent the prosecution's case was, as none of Wilds' multiple stories can be reconciled with the cell phone data. It also highlighted many of the gaps in the prosecution's evidence, and showed how numerous witnesses who could potentially have confirmed or denied Jay's stories were never contacted by investigators. SERIAL-The On-Going Story-Susan Simpson
From the cornfields of Nebraska to the top rung as a rising star of the adult industry, Timothy John Boham had everything a young man could ask for; including a beautiful young daughter. The fall from the top of the ladder to the depths of prison was short and steep as in one rash moment with one wrong decision, Boham lost it all.
Seasoned true crime writer Donna Thomas spent countless hours with the subject Timothy John Boham. Thomas also worked for a period of time for the deceased victim John Paul Kelso. As only a gifted author such as Thomas can, she takes the readers on this sometimes very perilous-but fascinating and entertaining-journey of adult film star Timothy J. Boham AKA Marcus Allen as his thirst and hunger for fame and adulation explodes into chaos, love, loss and murder! INTENDED FOR MATURE AUDIENCES-The Rise and Deadly Spiral of Adult Star Timothy J. Boham-Donna Thomas