Category: News

Sex Offenders In California Face New Regulations

The subject of what should be done with registered sex offenders always leads to a myriad of questions. Should sexual offenders be set free and left alone after completing a prison sentence? Could offenders benefit from long-term rehabilitative treatment? Would residency restrictions that ban pedophiles from living within 2,000 feet of any location where children Read More…

Sex Offender News: Phillip Garrido Prepares For Trial

In August, 2009, Phillip Garrido and his wife Nancy were arrested for the abduction of Jaycee Dugard. The abduction occurred in 1991, when Jaycee was only eleven. She was held captive for nearly two decades. During that time, Jaycee was sexually assaulted on a regular basis, and gave birth to two daughters. Phillip Garrido brought Read More…

Pediatrician Earl Bradley – Accused Of Child Molestation

Many young families in Lewes, Delaware trusted an established pediatrician named Earl Bradley. The 56-year-old owned a successful practice in the small town for more than a decade. In December, 2009, an earth-shattering accusation was made against the doctor. A young patient told her mother that Bradley had abused her during a recent appointment. The Read More…

The Austin Plane Crash

Thursday, February 18, 2010 – a tragedy occurred today in Austin, Texas. At approximately 10am, a 53-year-old software engineer named Joseph Stack flew a Piper PA-28 Cherokee plane into the side of an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) building. The building housed nearly 200 Federal employees. Witnesses to the crash noticed the plane was flying unusually Read More…

New Laws For California Sex Offenders

A new ruling by the California Supreme Court may make it very difficult for registered sexual offenders to find housing. The “residency restrictions” ruling states that sexual offenders cannot live within 2,000 feet of parks, schools, or any other location where children regularly assemble. The Court’s decision is based on Jessica’s Law – a law Read More…

Catch Your Own Tiger By The Tail

Tiger Woods has been a celebrated golfer, athlete and even hero, but recently his name is most often followed by the word scandal. In just a few days, Tiger’s fans have gone from discussing his golfing prowess to talking about his personal life. It began with a story in the National Enquirer that claimed Tiger Read More…

A Reunion For Old And New Friends

Their reunion was unlike any other. Graduates from the Macon, Georgia class of 1959 gathered together in 2009, even though many of them never had an opportunity to meet during their high school days. Schools in the 1950’s, like most other public locations, were segregated in Georgia. Kids were forced to attend different schools depending Read More…

The Heartbreaking Story Of Somer Thompson

It’s the worst experience any parent can endure: their child is missing and a frantic search results in the most horrific news possible. The murder of a child is a pain that most people cannot even begin to comprehend. Somer Thompson was a bright 7-year-old who attended elementary school in Orange Park, Florida. On Monday, Read More…

The Balloon Boy Controversy: Was The Falcon Heene Scare Real Or A Hoax?

On Thursday, October 15, a 6-year-old boy named Falcon Heene caught the attention of the entire nation. The boy was missing and thought to be trapped inside a homemade weather balloon that broke free and took flight in Fort Collins, Colorado. The balloon was a Mylar covered contraption that contained a small basket on the Read More…

Jaycee Dugard Today – A Happy Ending

Jaycee Dugard is home, safe and enjoying being back with her family after almost 20 years apart. When Jaycee was only 11 years old she was abducted near her home in South Lake Tahoe and taken to Antioch, California. She spent the next 18 years as a prisoner of a man named Phillip Garrido. Garrido Read More…