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Man charged in son’s beating death
East Baton Rouge Parish District Attorney Hillar Moore III ... a ruptured bowel from blunt-force trauma to his abdomen. An autopsy revealed 60 external signs of recent and past trauma, including a hum... read more
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Famed defense attorney, Mark Geragos. Marc Klaas, the father of young kidnap and murder victim, Polly Klaas. Forensic expert and author of "Dead Reckoning: The New Science ... sentenced to death, are ... read more
Cowboy Bob, Black Magic, And The Courtroom Of Death
Sneed cut a deal with prosecutors to testify that Glossip, his manager, pressured him to beat the hotel owner to death. In exchange for his testimony ... righteous” and said that his office used “junk ... read more
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Penguins news & notes
Marc-Andre Fleury is now unbeaten in regulation in his last eight games (7-0-1), dating back to Oct. 20. Fleury stopped 24 of 27 shots. - The Penguins scorched Semyon Varalamov for six goals on 33 sho... read more
Sister of Xzayvion Riley testifies his father beat her brother
Xzayvion Riley’s oldest sister calmly testified Friday that she saw the Baton Rouge boy’s father, Michael Anthony Robertson, discipline her brother by punching, but never saw them play together over t... read more
Vaccines do not cause autism!
the attorneys for the two boys, William Mead and Jordan King, will have to show that it’s more likely than not that the vaccine actually caused the injury. This makes me very unhappy. A judge is not n... read more
Bush claims right to open mail without a warrant
Just when you thought Bush could not possibly come up with any more new and innovative ways to wipe his ass with the Constitution -- VOILA! Just before Christmas Bush slipped a little present to himse... read more
State debt to pension funds 'much better'
The 2012 fiscal year was supposed to be when the state finally made timely and full payments to the five state-funded pension systems that provide retirement benefits to teachers, university employees ... read more
Press freedom sidelined in pursuit of security
Pity the country that gives up the freedom of its press as lightly as we are about to do. Michael Bradley is the managing partner of Marque Lawyers, a boutique Sydney law firm. View his full profile h... read more
EW's reviews of the Oscar nominees
The boys enjoy a surrogate father ... Rouge. How I wish that Schumacher, in his adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 1986 smash-hit horror operetta, had earned a place among their company. I long, in o... read more
Charged With a Crime? Better Check Your Facebook Pictures
technology, prosecutors are reportedly searching Facebook and MySpace for photos of defendants to use as character evidence in sentencing hearings ... But the image of him sticking his tongue out at a ... read more
Why is the country so sharply divided when it comes to President Obama?
And the trend is not his friend. Obama's ratings have become more ... Here’s my question to you: Why is the country so sharply divided when it comes to President Obama? Tune in to the Situation Room a... read more