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Jasper Schuringa is the hero who helped stop a terrorist attack

December 26, 2009

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A man identified as Jasper Schuringa, heroically risked his life to save his fellow passengers from the plans of suspected terrorist Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab on Northwest Airlines Flight 253. Are you paying attention Oliver Stone?

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Rihanna Photo Investigation Places Two Cops on Suspension

September 12, 2009

rihanna1(3).gifTwo LAPD officers have been placed on a forced leave due to an internal investigation into how a photograph of then beaten and battered pop singer Rihanna was leaked to the TMZ Web site.

The photos of Rihanna are from her February 8th incident with former boyfriend Chris Brown.

The two officers, nine-year veteran Rebecca Reyes and rookie Blanca Lopez, have not had any charges filed against them.

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Critical time gap may be key to Michael Jackson homicide case

August 28, 2009

A critical 81 minute gap between when police indicate that Michael Jackson’s personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, found the singer not breathing and when the doctor called 911 may be a key part of a criminal prosecution for the singer’s death.

According to the LAPD, Murray found Jackson totally unconscious, but then called his office and remained on the phone call for a half-hour.

The timeline in a police affadavit does not bode well for the physician.

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A Futile Motive Emerges for the Brutal Billings Murder

July 17, 2009

by James Hirsen

A pathetically sad motive is emerging for the brutal murder of Byrd and Melanie Billings in their Florida home on July 9.

Police and prosecutors said images captured on the Billings’ home’s security cameras led investigators to the suspects. The videos showed masked men dressed as ninjas coming through the front and back doors.

The suspects, who had trained for 30 days ranged in age from 16 to 56. They were in the house only four minutes.

The murdered couple had become well known for adopting children with special needs.
Nine of the couple’s 13 adopted children were home during the break-in and three of them saw the intruders.

The suspects were apparently after a safe – – which, in the end, contained only children’s medication, family documents and some jewelry.

The safe was found buried in the backyard of a home owned by a wealthy 47 year-old real estate mogul Pamela Wiggins.

Wiggins was the eighth person arrested in connection with the deadly home invasion. Seven others were charged with murder and Pensacola police are looking for one more person who they believe disabled the Billings security system.

Wiggins is the only suspect not charged with murder. She is accused of knowing about the fatal shootings after the fact.

Wiggins also owns the red van that was used to transport both the safe and the weapons used during the deadly crime according to the police report. She was riding in the van while the guns were being transported following the robbery and “had knowledge” they had been used in the murders, a cooperating suspect said in the report.

She was found on her yacht, the Classy Lady, in Alabama on Wednesday. She also owns a dozen properties in three states and a Rolls Royce.

Wiggins’ previous husband, Malden, said his former wife seemed to have a lot of cash that couldn’t be easily explained and that she had boasted about her wealth and “her position in society.”

Several weapons were recovered including the probable “murder weapon or weapons.”

Wiggins was released on $10,000 bail. If convicted, she faces a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison.

So this deadly crime that was allegedly executed by this large group of suspects appears to be a robbery done military style. Why?

The Billings appeared to have money. At the time of their death, they were living in a $700,000 home – luxurious by Pensacola standards – they employed several people to care for the children. But the safe the suspects allegedly killed for appears to contain very little in the way of value. Nothing it would hold could be more valuable than a human life.

Is the Church of Satan a Genuine Religion?

July 11, 2008

The Chicago Tribune reports:

The T in Satan’s name inked on Jamie Meyer’s left leg is drawn to look like an upside-down cross. The crucifix suspended above his bed hangs upside down too.

Meyer’s ex-wives say he also has turned their children’s lives upside down since he joined the Church of Satan—an organization that eschews spirituality and celebrates man’s selfish desires.

One of Meyer’s ex-wives is citing his religious affiliation as the main reason an Indiana judge should restrict his visitation time to allow his three youngest daughters to attend Christian church.

Man Sues Church for Worship Injury

July 11, 2008

Producer of ‘Girls Gone Wild’ Opines on Judge ‘Gone Wild’

April 12, 2007

It seems as though late night infomercial mogul and creator of the infamous “Girl Gone Wild” DVD is playing with fire.

Joe Francis recently told the Associated Press that U.S. District Judge Richard Smoak “had lost his mind.” He also referred to his current situation as “a case of a judge gone wild.”

What prompted the outburst was the fact that Judge Smoak had ordered Francis to be put in the slammer for contempt of court after he failed to appear at a mediation hearing.

Francis has been sued by seven women who, when Francis’ company filmed them on Panama City Beach, happened to be minors.

Lawyers for the women claim that Francis threatened them during negotiations.

Attorneys for Francis filed an appeal in an attempt to set aside the contempt order that could send their client to jail.

Despite his angry statements, in an appearance on “Geraldo at Large” Francis told Laurie Dhue that he would turn himself in to the authorities.