I have not done a “Sum it up!” in a while so it is time! During my newspaper rounds I found some interesting articles. The BBC reports about the 15 year old UK rape case against John Molt. Molt is accused of rape of a minor. “The court heard the father of accused Jon Molt [...]Tags: Sum it Up!
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The first Sum it up! for 2012 and I got a lot to share with you. First of all, another police department has decided to place all their cold cases online with information for the public. The Syracuse Police Department and the Criminal Investigations Division have established the Cold Case Unit with an email address and a telephone [...]Tags: Arson Detection, Cameron Todd Willingham, Capital Punishment, Crime Labs, Evidence, Forensics, Han Tak Lee, Sum it Up!, Unsolved Homicide
November 24, 2011 is Thanksgiving in the USA and there is a lot to be thankful for. It seems fitting that today of all days, my blog “Defrosting Cold Cases” is two years old. A lot has changed since the beginning. The publishing of posts has slowed down considerably because I have become more selective. [...]Tags: Blog Tour de Troops, cclivechat, DCC, Dominic d'Souza, guest bloggers, Hina Family Murders, Sum it Up!, Vidocq presents ...!
Sum it Up #35 I finally understand my webmaster better. When I started this blog, I complained constantly about things that were not working. It irritated me when plugins had an updated version but they were not integrated in WordPress or the other way around. One day things worked, the other day a server somewhere [...]Tags: Sum it Up!
Finally, Vidster had some time to make a round around the blawgs! It is always a pleasure to see what my friends are blogging about and I frequently end up laughing till the coffee comes out of my nose. Someone who police stories always manages to do that is the one and only Suzie Ivy [...]Tags: Sum it Up!
Lots of cold cases are being reviewed. The Crewe Murders are going under the loop again but this time by a film crew. Kerry Porter hopes that the results of tests run on carpet fiber will help prove his innocence. He got new hope due to police informant Francois Cunningham’s statement made to Louisville Metro [...]Tags: Sum it Up!
There is a lot going on this week. So much in fact, that I spent more time reading than digging into cold cases! But there is a time for everything so more posts about cold cases can be expected soon. I am checking for updates in the cold cases already published on DCC. As you [...]Tags: Sum it Up!
Steve Mariotti has part two out from his series “How and Why I Teach in Prisons.” The link is here. A small quote: “A sad fact of prison life is that within three years of entry a majority of prisoners have no contact with the outside world; they lose all connection with their families. Joe’s [...]Tags: Sum it Up!
Vidster is having a fantastic morning drinking coffee and making my round around the blogs. It is great to see people active! But before we get to the blogs, we must first pause. The mother of Suzie Lamplugh has passed away. She fought hard after Suzie disappeared to find her daughter and to get answers [...]Tags: Sum it Up!
A mixed week, folks! Mixed because I did a lot and also, nothing at all. Caught some typos on the blog posts, rewrote the FAQ homepage, but did not add much blogging. Why? Good questions! I had no clue until I opened the file with bookmarks. Then it was clear what had been on my [...]Tags: Sum it Up!