Archives for September 2011

Bernard Jackson sentenced today

Bernard Jackson was sentenced today to 18 consecutive life sentences today for rapes he committed in the Waldo and Armour Hills neighborhoods almost 30 years ago. No trial date has yet been set for Jackson’s unresolved criminal case, in which prosecutors accused him of two more recent sexual assaults in the Waldo area. Read more here.

Adam identified

Adam identified: not sure why I did not post this before but yes, “Adam” has been identified! “The five-year-old’s identity has remained a mystery after he was smuggled into Britain and murdered in a voodoo-style ritual killing. He was drugged with a ‘black-magic’ potion and sacrificed before being thrown into the Thames, where his torso washed […]

Guest post: Corruption?

Please welcome guest blogger David Russell! David is a corrections officer for a state correctional facility. He has been working for the state for many years and has fairly recently started to blog. “The purpose of this blog is to give an idea of what prison life is like on a day to day basis. […]

One word about the Davis Execution

Last night, I was watching the news too and following on CNN and Twitter whether Troy Davis would get executed or not. The case has been discussed online on various places and blogs. So why this post? Because something irritated me. Folks forgot that we have a separation of powers here. People asked some to do […]

No more Zeigler posts?

Some of you have been emailing me asking why I have stopped posting about the William Thomas Zeigler case. Am I now convinced that he is guilty? Am I bored with the case? Am I in a clinch with the defense team?   NO to all of the above!   I have been trying to […]

Recap #cclivechat Sept 16, 2011

A fascinating chat with Detective Ken Lang! No matter what technical difficulty presented itself, the chatters have proven to be one heck of a team! We made sure all our tweets could be read on Twitter, TweetChat, TweetDeck and beyond even if those programs did not cooperate with us! So let me thank here: Miriam […]