Crime

Pharma Douche Exits Prison Early For Halfway House

CNBC reports: Notorious “Pharma bro” fraudster Martin Shkreli was released from a federal prison in Pennsylvania on Wednesday and into a U.S. Bureau of Prisons halfway house at an undisclosed location in New York to complete the rest of his criminal sentence, his lawyer said. In a throwback to the days when Shkreli was one of the most prominent trolls …

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NM Archdiocese To Pay $121M In Abuse Settlement

ABC News reports: One of the oldest Catholic dioceses in the United States announced a settlement agreement Tuesday to resolve a bankruptcy case in New Mexico that resulted from a clergy sex abuse scandal. The tentative deal totals $121.5 million and would involve about 375 claimants. “The church takes very seriously its responsibility to see the survivors of sexual abuse …

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20 Victims Settle Rape Coverup Suit Against Liberty U

Lynchburg’s ABC News affiliate reports: After a year in national headlines for allegations of covering up rape, punishing victims, and using the “Liberty Way” to silence accusers, a settlement has been reached in a lawsuit against Liberty University. All but two of the 22 women — known as the Jane Does — settled their lawsuit against Liberty. “The case is …

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Subway Shooter Pleads Not Guilty To Terror Charges

The New York Daily News reports: The man accused of spraying 33 shots on a crowded N train last month pleaded not guilty Friday to federal terrorism charges. Frank James, 62, appeared in Brooklyn Federal Court Friday in a khaki jail jumpsuit, telling a judge he was doing “pretty good.” After asking James questions about his educational background, Brooklyn Federal …

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Rioter Busted By Belly Tattoo Pleads Guilty To Felony

The Times Of San Diego reports: A Carlsbad man pleaded guilty Friday to assaulting multiple police officers during the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. James Burton McGrew, 40, admitted to joining in a mob of people who overtook police officers guarding the Capitol, then later attacking officers during a series of altercations. He is set to be …

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Blinded Victim In Brutal FL Gay-Bashing Speaks Out

Miami’s ABC News affiliate reports: For the first time, the man who cops say was brutally beaten by an entire family because of his sexual orientation is speaking about what happened. “Because I’m gay, yes,” the victim told Local 10 News’ Rosh Lowe. “Because I’m gay, they think I turned his son gay.” As a result of that beating, the …

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FL Man Pleads Guilty In Capitol Riot, Faces Five Years

From the Justice Department: Florida man pleaded guilty today to a felony charge for his actions during the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, which disrupted a joint session of the U.S. Congress that was in the process of ascertaining and counting the electoral votes related to the presidential election. Robert Flynt Fairchild, Jr., 40, of Orlando, …

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Prosecutors Seek 20-Year Sentence For Josh Duggar: Has “Deep-Seated Violent Sexual Interest In Children”

Little Rock’s Fox affiliate reports: On May 11, the prosecution submitted a sentencing memorandum in Joshua Duggar’s child pornography case in the Western District of Arkansas Federal Court. The detailed, 30-page document concludes with the government asking the court for a “Guidelines-compliant sentence” of 20 years in prison for Duggar, 34, the former reality TV star who was found guilty …

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CA Toddler Killed In Pentecostal Exorcism Ceremony

The San Jose Mercury News reports: Faith leaders at a tiny church in San Jose where a three-year-old girl perished last fall have confirmed that they performed a ceremony on the child to “liberate her of her evil spirits” but say what happened was “the will of God,” not the consequence of an exorcism. “If you read the Bible, you’ll …

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Christian School Pastor Busted Again For Child Cruelty

The Lafayette Daily Advertiser reports: A Louisiana pastor and headmaster of a Christian school who is also a member of the sate Republican Party governing board has been arrested for a second time on juvenile cruelty charges. John Raymond, 60, pastor of New Horizon Church in Slidell and founder of Lakeside Christian Academy, is an elected member of the Louisiana …

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SC Man Drops Dead While Burying Murder Victim

ABC News reports: The Edgefield County Sheriff says evidence shows Joseph McKinnon strangled Patricia Dent inside the home and was burying her in the backyard, when he died of a heart attack. They say they discovered Joseph McKinnon’s body first, before finding Dent’s body in a backyard pit. Evidence gathered at the scene, along with statements from witnesses aided investigators …

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Prison Guard In Inmate Escape Dies In Hospital [Video]

CNN reports: Former Alabama corrections officer Vicky White has died from injuries after she and escaped inmate Casey White were arrested in Indiana earlier Monday, Sheriff Dave Wedding of Vanderburgh County told CNN. She was hospitalized earlier with self-inflicted gunshot wounds after being taken into custody following a car chase in Evansville, Indiana, US Marshals previously told CNN. Her wounds …

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Pedophile Ex-Priest Charged With DUI Manslaughter

The San Jose Mercury News reports: Stephen Kiesle, the ex-Oakland priest and sex offender, allegedly admitted to drinking two beers before rolling his car over a curb and fatally striking a man who was walking home with his wife, court records show. Kiesle, 75, told an officer he drank “a homemade ale and a Pacifico” beer before driving his 2012 …

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Office Of Wisconsin Hate Group Destroyed by Arson

The Associated Press reports: Vandals struck an anti-abortion group office, where a fire broke out and a Molotov cocktail was found, authorities said Sunday. Madison police spokeswoman Stephanie Fryer told the Wisconsin State Journal that the fire reported shortly after 6 a.m. Sunday at the Wisconsin Family Action office in Madison was suspicious in nature. He said someone also spray-painted …

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Cosplaying “Captain Moroni” Gets 45 Days In DC Riot

Law & Crime reports: The Arizona man who donned an ensemble he claimed represented a figure from the Book of Mormon will spend 45 days in jail for joining the violent mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol. James Wayne Entrekin, 49, wore what prosecutors described as a “Roman Gladiator Costume” as he made his way through parts of the Capitol …

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NYC Subway Shooter Indicted On Federal Terror Charge

ABC News reports: A federal grand jury in Brooklyn has returned a two-count indictment against alleged subway shooter Frank James. The indictment expands the charges James is facing for allegedly shooting 10 people on a Manhattan-bound N train on April 12. No one was killed. James is now charged with carrying out a terror attack against a mass transit system …

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October Court Date Set For Cawthorn In Gun Incident

Asheville’s ABC News affiliate reports: A court date has been set for Congressman Madison Cawthorn where TSA found a loaded handgun in his bag at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport. The incident occurred April 26. TSA agents alerted police about the gun. Cawthorn was issued a citation for possession of a dangerous weapon on city property, which is a misdemeanor. …

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NC Pastor Hit With Ten Counts Of Child Sex Abuse

Raleigh’s NBC News affiliate reports: Authorities have arrested a pastor on several sex crime charges stemming from a joint investigation. The Pitt County Sheriff’s Office reports their detectives, along with police from  Winterville joined forces to investigate suspected child abuse involving John William Lovelace earlier this year. The pastor at Faith Baptist Church in Ayden was charged by Winterville police …

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Catholic Bishops Petition Supreme Court To Review Case Challenging CA’s Statute Of Limitations On Molestations

Religion News Service reports: Catholic bishops in California have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review a case challenging a state law that expands the time survivors of childhood sexual assault have to file their claims. The petition was filed by nine California Catholic archdioceses after the California Supreme Court refused to consider the case. In 2002, California enacted a …

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Incel Sought For Attacks On California Women [VIDEO]

Los Angeles’s Fox affiliate reports: Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a man accused of harassing women outside Costa Mesa bars. According to the Costa Mesa Police Department, Johnny Young is a “self-described incel” and is wanted for attacking several people after he allegedly confronted a group of women using vulgar and explicit language. Costa Mesa PD …

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