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» Charles Ramsey Memoir: Cleveland Hero Who Helped Free 3 Kidnapped Women Signs Book Deal
23/12/13 12:52 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
CLEVELAND (AP) — The Ohio man who famously put aside his Big Mac to help rescue three women held captive in a Cleveland house for more than a decade has signed a contract to publish his memoirs. Charles Ramsey has signed with Cleveland p...
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» THE ROLE OF NEIGHBORHOOD CONTEXT IN YOUTH CO-OFFENDING
23/12/13 08:40 from Criminology
Despite co-offending being a core criminological fact, locating suitable peers has many challenges. Chief among these, given the risky nature of co-offending, is finding trustworthy accomplices. We propose that neighborhoods serve as you...
» united nations office on 
23/12/13 06:07 from International Drug Trafficking Organizations - Google 検索
united nations office on drugs and crime. Quick Links · Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking (UN.GIFT) · Conference of ... On Migrants Day, UNODC chief says more should be done to stem the tide of tragedy · International   ... Th...
» Philly Finally Makes Good On a Promise to Record Interrogations and Confessions
23/12/13 05:45 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
This week's announcement by Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey that the Philadelphia Police Department will start to electronically record the interrogations of suspects in police custody is music to my ears. As a Philly-boy...
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» A Small Step Toward More Mercy
23/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
President Obama’s sentence commutations are welcome, but they are too few.
» Deracinating the Evidence, in the Language of the Courts
23/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
The author tries to make sense of the enigmatic phrases Indian judges have used in their rulings.
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» Glasses May Have Saved Seattle Teenager's Life
23/12/13 00:57 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
SEATTLE (AP) — A Seattle teenager's glasses may have saved her life in a drive-by shooting. The Seattle Police Department said Sunday that a 16-year-old girl was lying on a couch inside her southeast Seattle residence when gunfire erupte...
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約 65,100,000 件 UNODC Executive Director Yury Fedotov, among others, deliver key statements on drug trafficking in West Africa and Sahel.[Read More]. ***. On Migrants Day, UNODC chief says more should be done to stem the tide of tragedy. ...
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約 22,100,000 件 Use of by Seattle police strikes a nerve | Local News | The seattletimes.com/html/localnews/2019607687_05m.html 4 Nov 2012 For years, law-enforcement agencies, including several in the Seattle area, have used helicopters a...
» Man, Child Die After Fall From New York City Building (VIDEO)
22/12/13 19:21 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
A man and a child died on Sunday after they both fell from the roof of a building in New York City, WABC7 reported. WPIX11 reported that the man may have been holding the child when he jumped. According to CBS, the 52-story building was ...
» Assisted Living Resident Fires Gun At Facility, Officers
22/12/13 17:27 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
ORANGEBURG, S.C. (AP) — A South Carolina assisted living center resident is in jail after authorities say he fired a gun at the facility and then shot at arriving officers. The State Law Enforcement Division has been asked to investigate...
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22/12/13 16:54 from NewsBlur
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» Doh! Robbery Suspect Keith Howell Forgets Number One Rule Of Criminals, Leaves Wallet At Scene
22/12/13 16:27 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Wait guys, I think we need to go back... Police in Florida (where else?) got a bit of unexpected help during an armed robbery investigation in Ocala, Fla., when they discovered a wallet left at the scene of the latest crime. Following a ...
» Jeremiah Oliver, Missing Boy, Was Supposed To Get Regular Social Worker Visits
22/12/13 16:07 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
A social worker skipped regularly planned visits to a Massachusetts boy who authorities recently learned has been missing for months. Jeremiah Oliver , of Fitchburg, was last seen in September and police fear that he's been murdered. His...
» Megan Michelle Snipes, School Psychologist, Charged With Sexual Battery Of Student
22/12/13 15:53 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
A high school psychologist is accused of engaging in sexual acts with a 16-year-old pupil. Authorities in South Carolina charged Megan Michelle Snipes , 29, with sexual battery of a student, according to WCBD. Police say that Snipes, who...
» Jerrod Metsker Indicted For Alleged Rape And Murder Of 9-Year-Old Neighbor
22/12/13 14:11 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
WOOSTER, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio man who authorities say raped and strangled a 9-year-old girl before dumping her body in a trash bin at the trailer park where they were neighbors has been indicted by a grand jury. The grand jury in Wayne Co...
» California Police Search For Teens Who Allegedly Shot Teacher In Attempted Robbery
22/12/13 13:57 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — Police are searching for four teenage boys they say shot and injured a teacher who fought back during an attempted robbery at a central California high school. The Fresno Bee reports (http://bit.ly/18F2f3i) that Ste...
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» Arnold Darby Is Legendary Inmate Cobbler Whose Boots Were Popular With Cops
22/12/13 12:00 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
By Jon Herskovitz HUNTSVILLE, Texas, Dec 22 (Reuters) - Lawmen would come from across Texas just to walk a few miles in the boots made by inmate Arnold Darby. Darby, 64, soft-spoken, bespectacled and tattooed, was once one of the most pr...
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» Pardoned Russian Tycoon Is Free to Start Planning His Future
22/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
Mikhail B. Khodorkovsky spent his first full day of freedom reconnecting with his family and meeting with German officials in Berlin amid speculation about what he might do next.
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» The UNODC-WCO Container ...
22/12/13 01:02 from International Drug Trafficking Organizations - Google 検索
The UNODC-WCO Container ... UNODC Executive Director Yury Fedotov, among others, deliver key statements on drug trafficking in West Africa and Sahel.[Read More]. ***. On Migrants Day, UNODC chief says more should be done to stem the tide...
» Arapahoe High School Shooting: Claire Davis Dies More Than Week After Being Shot By Classmate
22/12/13 00:52 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
LITTLETON, Colo. (AP) — A suburban Denver high school student who was shot in the head by a classmate died Saturday afternoon, hospital officials and her family said. Claire Davis, 17, was in critical condition after being shot at point-...
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» Karim Meskine Dead: Man In New Westminster Attack Dies
21/12/13 21:47 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. - A 19-year-old man who was beaten during an attempted robbery near a station along the Vancouver-area's light-rail transit system has died. Police say Karim Meskine was beaten with a baseball bat by a 16-year-old b...
» Italian Mafia's Toxic Waste Dumping Poisons Farmlands
21/12/13 21:05 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
CAIVANO, Italy (AP) — On Ciro Fusco's farm in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius, police swooped down one recent day and planted a warning sign in his broccoli fields, prohibiting any one from harvesting or even setting foot on the plot. Dozen...
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» Overseas Subsidiary Of Illinois-Based Archer Daniels Midland Admits To Bribing Ukranian Officials
21/12/13 19:19 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — The U.S. Department of Justice says an overseas subsidiary of agribusiness giant Archer Daniels Midland Company has agreed to pay $17.8 million in fines after pleading guilty to bribing Ukrainian officials. The a...
» Florida restricts use of 
21/12/13 19:12 from drones in police work - Google 検索
Florida restricts use of by law enforcement officials www.computerworld.com/.../Florida_restricts_use_of_ drones _by_ law_ enforcement _officials 6 May 2013 A new Florida law restricts the use of unmanned aerial vehicles, or , by state l...
» Leonys Martin, Rangers Outfielder, Alleged Victim In Kidnap, Ransom Plot: Court Documents
21/12/13 18:41 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
MIAMI (AP) — Like many Cuban baseball stars, outfielder Leonys Martin dreamed of leaving the communist island for the bright lights and big money of Major League Baseball. Martin accomplished his goal in 2011 when he signed with the Texa...
» Cuauhtemoc Estrada, Off-Duty Sheriff's Deputy, Shot And Killed While Coming To Family's Aid
21/12/13 18:02 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
A Cook County Sheriff's Deputy was shot and killed Friday night trying to stop an armed robbery in suburban Chicago. Police and family say Cuauhtemoc Estrada was at a family holiday party at a Bellwood, Ill. VFW when he reportedly saw tw...
» Kathlyn Regina Huff Arrested After 36 Years On The Run (VIDEO)
21/12/13 17:51 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Better late than never. U.S. Marshalls nabbed a 58-year-old fugitive outside of her Michigan home last Wednesday night, 36 years after she was indicted on attempted murder charges in Texas, the Detroit Free Press reports. Kathlyn Regina ...
» Navy Seeks More Sexual Assault Survey Responses
21/12/13 17:30 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — Participation in an anonymous survey aimed at determining how big a problem sexual assault is in the Navy and Marines is lagging this year compared to past years, the Navy says. The online survey opened Oct. 15 and cl...
» 'Obamacare' Heroin Is Apparently A Thing Now (PHOTO)
21/12/13 16:23 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Getting Americans hooked up with Obamacare has been a big problem, but in the case of "Obamacare" heroin, that's a good thing. Massachusetts state police seized hundreds of bags of heroin stamped with the with bizarre name "Obamacare" on...
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約 25,000,000 件 director confirms limited drone use in U.S. - Constitution Daily blog.constitutioncenter.org/.../-director-confirms-limited- drone -use-in-u-s/ 19 Jun 2013 Director Robert Mueller testified on Wednesday that his agency has...
» Police Use Tear Gas To Quell Vigil For Latino Teen
21/12/13 15:42 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
A vigil for a teenage boy who died mysteriously in police custody erupted on Thursday night in Durham, NC. Police in riot gear fired tear gas into a crowd filled with friends and family of 17-year-old Jesus Huerta, who was killed by a gu...
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» Drug Court Judge Gisele Pollack Enters Rehab After Erratic Behavior At Work
21/12/13 15:29 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
A judge who presides over a drug court in Florida is entering rehab after unprofessional acts on the job. Broward County Judge Gisele Pollack , who has been open about her past troubles with alcohol, admits she suffered a relapse, the So...
» Botched Vasectomy Might Have Prompted Shooting In Nevada Urologist's Office
21/12/13 14:25 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
RENO, Nev. (AP) — Authorities on Friday were trying to determine whether a Northern California man's anger over complications he suffered from a 2010 surgery prompted him to go on a shooting rampage at a Nevada urologist's office, killin...
» James Holmes Sanity Hearing Will Be Closed To The Public, Media
21/12/13 14:12 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
DENVER (AP) — The public and the news media will be barred from a pretrial hearing in the Colorado theater shooting case that will include testimony from a psychiatrist who evaluated whether defendant James Holmes was insane, the judge r...
» Four Arrested In Deadly New Jersey Mall Carjacking
21/12/13 13:55 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Four people have been arrested in connection with death of a man shot in front of his wife outside an upscale mall in northern New Jersey earlier this week, authorities said Saturday. Katherine Carter, a spokeswoman f...
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» Use of 
21/12/13 10:50 from drones in police work - Google 検索
Use of by Seattle police strikes a nerve | Local News | The seattletimes.com/html/localnews/2019607687_05m.html 4 Nov 2012 For years, law-enforcement agencies, including several in the Seattle area, have used helicopters and airplanes fo...
» Freed Abruptly by Putin, Khodorkovsky Arrives in Germany
21/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
Mikhail Khodorkovsky, once Russia’s richest man, flew to Berlin on a private jet after President Vladimir V. Putin signed a decree pardoning him early Friday.
» Secure in Power, Putin Frees Rival, a Jailed Oil Tycoon
21/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
President Vladimir V. Putin’s pardoning of Russia’s most famous prisoner, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, signaled the confidence of a leader who commands singular political authority.
» Freed Abruptly by Putin, Tycoon Arrives in Germany
21/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
Mikhail Khodorkovsky, once Russia’s richest man, flew to Berlin on a private jet after President Vladimir V. Putin signed a decree pardoning him early Friday.
» Putin Signs Decree Pardoning Jailed Oil Tycoon
21/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia on Friday signed a decree pardoning jailed tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky, the Kremlin said.
» James Holmes, Accused Aurora Theater Shooter, Is Competent For Trial
21/12/13 04:28 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
By Keith Coffman DENVER, Dec 20 (Reuters) - The former graduate student accused of gunning down scores of patrons in a Colorado movie theater last year was found competent to stand trial by court-appointed sanity evaluators, a judge said...
» Rape Victim Was Kicked Off UConn Hockey Team For Not Being 'Stable Enough': Lawsuit
21/12/13 03:25 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A former UConn hockey player who said that she was kicked off the team after reporting that she was raped has joined a federal civil rights lawsuit that alleges the school mishandled allegations of sexual assaults ...
» UNODC Executive Director Yury Fedotov, among others, deliver key
21/12/13 03:11 from International Drug Trafficking Organizations - Google 検索
UNODC Executive Director Yury Fedotov, among others, deliver key statements on drug trafficking in West Africa and Sahel.[Read More]. ***. On Migrants Day, UNODC chief says more should be done to stem the tide of tragedy. This post has b...
» Robert Deckard Dies; Officer Shot In Head During High-speed Chase
21/12/13 00:56 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — A San Antonio police officer shot in the head while chasing robbery suspects has died of his injuries. Authorities announced Friday that 31-year-old Robert Deckard died at a San Antonio hospital, 12 days after being sh...
» Richard Chrisman, Ex-officer Convicted In 2010 Fatal Shooting, Gets 7 Years
21/12/13 00:37 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
PHOENIX (AP) — A former Phoenix police officer was sentenced Friday to seven years in prison on assault and manslaughter charges after the fatal 2010 shooting of man during a domestic violence call, concluding a 3-year-old case that boil...
» Buford Rogers, Alleged Bomb-maker, Told FBI He Wasn't Violent
21/12/13 00:15 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minnesota militia member charged in what the FBI once called a "terror plot" to blow up the Montevideo police station allegedly told authorities in May that even though he had bombs, he was not a violent person and w...
» Carnegie Mellon University Failed To Stop Ex-Girlfriend's Harassment, Complaint Says
20/12/13 23:42 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Carnegie Mellon University failed to remove from campus a student it found responsible for sexual assault and did little to prevent the offender's continued harassment of the victim, according to a complaint filed with federal authoritie...
» Here's The Email Eldo Kim Allegedly Sent Claiming There Were Bombs On Harvard's Campus
20/12/13 23:27 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
The email that prompted a temporary lockdown on what turned out to be a fake bomb threat at Harvard University was a short one. Eldo Kim, 20, was arrested and accused of making the threats against Harvard this week as a way for him to av...
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» Newtown Tragedy: The Bell Not Tolled
20/12/13 22:37 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Almost one year ago, I started a piece about the Newtown tragedy by saying, "Last Friday in Newtown, Connecticut, the bells at Trinity Episcopal Church chimed 26 times. At 9:30am, people across the country, even at the White House, obser...
» Rise of 
20/12/13 22:07 from drones in police work - Google 検索
Rise of Drones in U.S. Drives Efforts to Limit Police Use www.nytimes.com/.../rise-of--in-us-spurs-efforts-to-limit-uses.html 15 Feb 2013 Drones are becoming a darling of officials across the country. But they have prompted fears of gove...
» Interview With Nationally Recognized Criminal Justice Attorney
20/12/13 21:45 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Dwane Cates is the founding partner of the Cates & Sargeant Law Group, PLLC in Phoenix, AZ. Mr. Cates is a nationally recognized criminal defense attorney who has handled numerous high profile national defense cases. He makes regular gue...
» Prostitute's Lawsuit Against Modesto Ex-Cop Dismissed
20/12/13 21:42 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
A federal civil case against a California ex-cop who had been accused of handcuffing and sexually assaulting a prostitute last year has been dismissed , according to the Modesto Bee. Sheri Newton told investigators that Lee Freddie Gaine...
» Gary Lee Sampson Update: Feds Again Seek Death Penalty For Mass. Killer
20/12/13 21:26 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
BOSTON (AP) — Federal prosecutors will seek the death penalty for a second time against a man who admitted killing three people in Massachusetts and New Hampshire during a weeklong crime spree. Gary Lee Sampson, a drifter from eastern Ma...
» Can We Wait 88 Years to End Mass Incarceration?
20/12/13 20:40 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
This post was co-authored with Dr. Nazgol Ghandnoosh, a research analyst at The Sentencing Project . By many measures, there is growing momentum for criminal justice reform. Changes in federal drug-sentencing policy, passed by Congress i...
» Dumbest Christmas Carol Lyrics
20/12/13 20:35 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Don’t be fooled by the festive cheer in all the Christmas songs you grew up loving. If you heard them sung in April, you’d realize just how dumb some of those lines can be. Dumb As A Blog has attempted to isolate some of the dumbest lyri...
» Joel Dummann Allegedly Texts Child Porn To Wrong Number
20/12/13 20:25 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
A Michigan father was arrested this week after officials say he texted pornographic images of children to the wrong number. Joel Dummann, 44, is facing six charges of possessing child pornography , WXYZ reported. Police in Canton say a m...
» Religious Camp Counselor Allegedly Abused Teen Girl For Years
20/12/13 20:19 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
An eyewitness is speaking out to support a woman's allegations of sexual abuse against her former counselor at a Christian summer camp in the mid-1990s. The woman, identified only as Jane Doe, was 16 years old when she attended the relig...
» Obama Hints NSA Phone Records Collection Program May Change
20/12/13 20:10 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama suggests he may be ready to rein in some of the bulk collection of Americans' phone records to allay the public's privacy concerns. At an end-of-year news conference, Obama said he has not yet mad...
» 5 Texas Teens Who Got Way More Time For Driving Drunk Than The 'Affluenza' Kid
20/12/13 18:42 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
After Texas defense attorneys argued that Ethan Couch -- the 16-year-old who killed four people and injured two others in a drunken-driving wreck in June -- should be shown leniency because he suffers from "affluenza," a juvenile court j...
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» Comfortably Numb
20/12/13 18:15 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
The sentence of probation received by Texas 16-year-old Ethan Couch for killing four people in an impaired driving crash (alcohol and Valium) drew immediate -- and scathing -- criticism from across the land. And now new calls have come f...
» Basil Mohandie Charged In Rogers Park Stabbing Attack That Left Chicago Woman Blind
20/12/13 18:10 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
A man is facing an attempted first-degree murder charge in connection to a vicious stabbing attack on Chicago's Far North Side that left a woman blind. Basil Mohandie was charged with attempted first degree murder and aggravated battery ...
» George Zimmerman Gets Guns Back From Sheriff's Office
20/12/13 18:08 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
George Zimmerman, reclaimed five weapons on Wednesday that police confiscated from him last month when his girlfriend accused him of domestic abuse, TMZ reported. The 30-year-old Floridian made a second trip to the Seminole County Sherif...
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» Man In Santa Costume Unintentionally Terrorizes New Hampshire School
20/12/13 18:04 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
HOLLIS, N.H. (AP) — Police in southern New Hampshire say a man dressed as Santa Claus was only trying to spread some cheer but ended up panicking officials when he knocked on school windows and entered the building. The Nashua Telegraph ...
» Snowden NSA Leaks Show Agency Targeted Israeli Prime Minister, EU Officials: Reports
20/12/13 17:59 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
LONDON (AP) — Newspaper reports say the latest documents leaked by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden show that British and American intelligence agencies monitored the communications of an Israeli prime minister a...
» Woman's Body Cavities Searched Illegally In New Mexico: Federal Lawsuit
20/12/13 17:57 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
What started as a random screening by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents quickly became an invasive, illegal body cavity search on a New Mexico woman, a federal lawsuit charges. Papers filed Wednesday in the U.S. District Court in...
» 13 Reasons Marijuana Just Had The Best Year Ever
20/12/13 17:57 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Move over Pope Francis , because marijuana just had the Best. Year. Ever. From popular support nationwide to the federal government's decision not to oppose Colorado and Washington state's marijuana laws, to Uruguay's marijuana trade leg...
» 'Teen Mom' Amber Portwood Admits To Being High For The Entire MTV Show
20/12/13 17:47 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Following her release from jail, "Teen Mom" star Amber Portwood spoke exclusively with Dr. Phil about her excessive drug use. "This is actually my first time on stage sober, so I'm really nervous," Portwood confessed on Dr. Phil's show, ...
» Eric 'Guitar' Davis, Chicago Blues Musician, Among 5 Men Killed In Thursday Shootings Citywide
20/12/13 17:41 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
A familiar face to those who follow Chicago's blues scene has been identified as one of the latest victims of gun violence in the city. Eric "Guitar" Davis, 41, was found fatally shot with multiple gunshot wounds inside a vehicle in the ...
» Rick Scott Blasted For Deaths Of 40 Children
20/12/13 17:15 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
South Florida Democrats fired a stinging rebuke at Gov. Rick Scott (R) Thursday, holding him responsible for the deaths of 40 children who were known to state child welfare workers when they died during the first half of 2013. "Clearly, ...
» The Next Big National Policy Shift in One Chart
20/12/13 16:48 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
The partisan divide is as deep today as it perhaps has ever been. Even so, as demonstrated by the imminent passage of the first budget deal in almost five years, the landscape can change rapidly. The next big sea change seems relatively ...
» Driving While Black
20/12/13 16:44 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
“Stop and frisk” isn’t just a reality in New York City. New data shows how police target African Americans on highways across America.
» Derrick Maynard Arrested 4th Time For Domestic Abuse Charges
20/12/13 16:38 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
An Oklahoma man found himself in jail Monday after being accused of violently beating and threatening to kill his wife. This marks 32-year-old Derrick Maynard's fourth time in jail over domestic abuse charges, KJRH reports. His wife, Ang...
» Sasha Fleischman, Attacked Agender Teen, Honored By Oakland High Basketball Team
20/12/13 16:24 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
EDITOR'S NOTE: The subject of this story identifies as agender, so we are using "they, their, them," although male pronouns were used in many of the on-camera interviews and other reports. The California-based agender teen who had their ...
» Baruch College Institute A Lifetime Ban For Pi Delta Psi After Hazing Death
20/12/13 16:07 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
NEW YORK (AP) -- A college in New York City has banned a fraternity after a student's death in an alleged initiation ritual in Pennsylvania. Baruch (bah-REWK') College says it has instituted a lifetime ban of Pi Delta Psi. College Presid...
» Elytte Barbour And Miranda Barbour, Newlyweds Accused In Craigslist Murder, Head To Hearings
20/12/13 15:10 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
SUNBURY, Pa. (AP) — Newlyweds who police say lured a stranger through a Craigslist ad, stabbed him to death and dumped his body in an alley face preliminary hearings Friday. Separate hearings are scheduled in the central Pennsylvania cit...
» Secret Service Report Reveals No Evidence Of Widespread Problems
20/12/13 15:08 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
WASHINGTON (AP) — A Homeland Security Department's inspector general's report says there is no evidence of widespread misconduct within the Secret Service. The 145-page report was issued Friday. That's more than 18 months after the agenc...
» Bogus Court Documents Help 2 Murderers Escape Prison In Florida; 4 Arrested
20/12/13 13:22 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — A Florida man was charged with helping his brother's killer and another murderer escape from prison with bogus court documents, authorities said Thursday in announcing more charges in the scheme. Willie Slater Jr...
» NSA Spy Panel Wants Duplicate Oversight Board Replaced
20/12/13 12:53 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
WASHINGTON (AP) — For months, two review panels given nearly identical assignments by President Barack Obama have been studying how the White House should change or limit the National Security Agency's surveillance programs. They have fu...
» Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Law Punishes Gays With Life Imprisonment
20/12/13 10:59 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — A spokeswoman for Uganda's parliament says lawmakers have passed a long-shelved law that punishes "aggravated homosexuality" with life imprisonment. Helen Kawesa said the anti-homosexuality bill was passed Friday. ...
» Long-Awaited Report Finds No Evidence Of Widespread Misconduct In Secret Service
20/12/13 10:53 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
A long-awaited report analyzing the male-dominated culture of the U.S. Secret Service has concluded that the elite law enforcement agency does not have a widespread problem with its employees engaging in sexual misconduct while on offici...
» Vladimir Putin Pardons Mikhail Khodorkovsky (VIDEO)
20/12/13 08:15 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
MOSCOW, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on Friday pardoning jailed tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky, the Kremlin said. Putin announced unexpectedly on Thursday that he would pardon Khodorkovsky, who was onc...
» Philippines Airport Shooting: Mayor Ukol Talumpa, Wife Among 4 Shot And Killed
20/12/13 05:56 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A mayor from the southern Philippines, his wife and two others have been fatally shot in a daring attack at a Manila airport terminal that also wounded four other people. Manila airport General Manager Jose Ang...
» Putin, Secure in Power, Says He May Free Jailed Rival
20/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
President Vladimir V. Putin said that Mikhail B. Khodorkovsky, the former oil tycoon, could soon be freed from prison, a reversal many saw as an attempt to quiet critics before the Winter Olympics.
» Additional Four Charged in Florida Prison Escape Scheme
20/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
Florida officials said Thursday that they had charged current and former inmates in a scandal involving forged release orders.
» Obama Commutes Sentences for 8 in Crack Cocaine Cases
20/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
President Obama commutes the sentences of a group of inmates, all of whom have spent at least 15 years in prison, he says would have received much shorter terms under current drug laws.
» Reno Shooting Suspect Left Suicide Note, Police Report
20/12/13 03:23 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
RENO, Nev. (AP) — A gunman who complained he had a botched 2010 surgery left a suicide note outlining plans for his attack before targeting physicians in a deadly rampage at a medical office that left one doctor dead and another critical...
» Ali Salim, Doctor Who Drugged And Killed Pregnant Mom, Seeks Leniency
20/12/13 00:19 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
DELAWARE, Ohio (AP) — Attorneys for a former Ohio doctor who pleaded guilty to killing a pregnant mother acknowledge he recorded himself having sex with the incapacitated woman and later moved her body but say she caused her own accident...
» Trey Radel Not Resigning From Congress Following Rehab Stint
19/12/13 23:17 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Rep. Trey Radel (R-Fla.), who last month pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine, announced Thursday that he will not resign from Congress. Radel, speaking at a press conference shortly after leaving a rehab facility in Naples, Fla., sai...
» Justin Harrel Proposes To Girlfriend While Being Arrested
19/12/13 23:09 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
ELK CITY, Okla. (AP) — Talk about a marriage proposal to remember. An Oklahoma man proposed to his girlfriend last week while an officer tried to arrest him on two outstanding warrants. An officer spotted Justin Harrel of Elk City in a l...
» Army Cadet Accused Of Emailing Child Porn
19/12/13 23:05 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) — A West Point cadet was arrested on campus Thursday and charged with distributing child pornography via email. Papers filed in federal court allege the cadet, Ricky Patrick Hester, sent videos up to 15 minutes lo...
» President Obama Takes My Advice and Utilizes His Pardon Power
19/12/13 22:21 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Today President Obama commuted the sentences of eight federal inmates convicted for non-violent drug offenses involving crack cocaine. He also granted pardons to 13 others . This brings the total amount of individuals granted relief to 5...
» Verdict Is In: California Courts Hellish
19/12/13 22:20 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Isn't it funny when you totally agree with somebody, but for totally different reasons? The Washington D.C. based American Tort Reform Association , known as ATRA, released a report on Tuesday designating California as the nation's leadi...
» This How Marijuana Consumers Want To Buy Their Legal Weed
19/12/13 22:15 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Were they able to, most Americans would want to buy their legal weed at a pharmacy or at its own store. And they really want to, with 80 percent thinking that marijuana should be regulated like alcohol. That's according to a new survey f...
» This Is How Marijuana Consumers Want To Buy Their Legal Weed
19/12/13 22:15 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Were they able to, most Americans would want to buy their legal weed at a pharmacy or at its own store. And they really want to, with 80 percent thinking that marijuana should be regulated like alcohol. That's according to a new survey f...
» Boys Kidnapped In Massachusetts, One's Throat Slashed
19/12/13 22:08 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A man lured two brothers, ages 5 and 8, from their yard in south Mississippi and took them to his camper trailer, where he sexually abused them and slashed the older boy's throat, authorities said Thursday. The 8-ye...
» Boys Kidnapped In Mississippi, One's Throat Slashed
19/12/13 22:08 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A man lured two brothers, ages 5 and 8, from their yard in south Mississippi and took them to his camper trailer, where he sexually abused them and slashed the older boy's throat, authorities said Thursday. The 8-ye...
» James H. Smith Arrested For Kidnapping 2 Kids, Slashing Throat Of 1
19/12/13 22:06 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A man lured two brothers, ages 5 and 8, from their yard in south Mississippi and took them to his camper trailer, where he sexually abused them and slashed the older boy's throat, authorities said Thursday. he 8-yea...
» Chicago Shootings: 5 People Die Of Gunshot Wounds In Chicago Over 18 Hours
19/12/13 21:52 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Three men killed overnight Thursday in shootings in Chicago joined two others who died of wounds from previous shootings over the same 18-hour period. In the most recent shooting, 74-year-old Willy Cooper, a deacon at St. Phillip Neri Ch...
» 'Ebenezer Scrooge' Bandit Robs Bank, Uses Holiday Choir As Distraction
19/12/13 21:31 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
There's a bank robber on the loose in Texas, and his name is "Ebenezer Scrooge." Investigators in the FBI Houston division dubbed an unidentified man the "Ebenezer Scrooge" bandit after he used a holiday choir performance as a distractio...
» Miles Slack, Ex-W.Va. Sheriff, Gets Probation For Hacking Ex-Wife's Computer
19/12/13 21:26 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A former West Virginia sheriff has been sentenced to probation for hacking his now ex-wife's work computer. Miles Slack pleaded guilty to a federal wiretapping charge. He had faced up to five years in prison but ...
» Tre'viance Markese Walker Killed Baby Who Was Crying During Football Game: Cops
19/12/13 21:22 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
An Oklahoma man allegedly killed a 5-month-old baby because the boy wouldn't stop crying at a football game. Tre'viance Markese Walker, 22, is charged with first-degree murder in the death of his girlfriend's son, who has been identified...
» Fired Air Force General Engaged In 'Inappropriate' Drunken Behavior In Russia: Report
19/12/13 21:21 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
BY ROBERT BURNS, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON (AP) — Investigators say the Air Force general fired in October as commander of the U.S. land-based nuclear missile force engaged in "inappropriate behavior" while in Russia, including hea...
» Ex-Microsoft Employee Charged With Insider Trading
19/12/13 21:06 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
SEATTLE (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission both charged two Seattle men on Thursday with 35 counts of insider trading relating to Microsoft Corp options. One of the men, Brian Jorgenson,...
» Trey Radel Leaves Rehab Center
19/12/13 21:02 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Rep. Trey Radel (R-Fla.) has left a Naples rehabilitation center he entered after an arrest for cocaine possession in October, NBC2 and Wink News reports. Radel pleaded guilty to cocaine possession in November and was sentenced to one-ye...
» Jeffrey Sinclair Trial Delayed For Third Time
19/12/13 21:02 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A court-martial for a U.S. Army general facing sexual assault charges has been postponed for a third time. The trial for Brig. Gen. Jeffrey A. Sinclair had been scheduled to begin at Fort Bragg, N.C., on Jan. 7. In a...
» Marv Hoyt, Idaho Environmental Leader, Pleads Guilty To Poaching Elk
19/12/13 20:56 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
POCATELLO, Idaho (AP) — An outspoken critic of Idaho's phosphate industry and its deadly impact on some animals has pleaded guilty to poaching two elk. Marv Hoyt, Idaho director of the Greater Yellowstone Coalition, will leave his job af...
» WVU Student Arrested, Frat Suspended For Hazing Incident
19/12/13 20:16 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
A West Virginia University fraternity was kicked off campus and a student arrested due to a violation of the school's hazing policy. A pledge to Phi Kappa Psi at WVU was injured in a hazing incident on Nov. 15, according to WBOY . The vi...
» Sex Worker's Outreach Project Rallies For Victims Of Violence
19/12/13 20:04 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
On Dec. 17, individuals around the world came together to remember and honor the lives of those in the sex work industry who have lost their lives to violence. Known as the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers , the annu...
» Obama Commutes Sentences Of 8 Inmates Convicted Of Crack Offenses
19/12/13 19:53 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
President Barack Obama on Thursday commuted the sentences of eight federal inmates who were convicted of crack cocaine offenses, greatly expanding his use of the presidential clemency power to help those incarcerated because of harsh dru...
» The Economist Recognizes How Great Weed-Legalizing Uruguay Is
19/12/13 19:40 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Uruguay may have been criticized by the U.N. agency charged with overseeing illegal drugs, but the South American country is earning praise from The Economist. The liberal British publication chose “modest yet bold, liberal and fun-lovin...
» 26 Senators Defy Obama, Back Iran Sanctions Bill
19/12/13 19:14 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
WASHINGTON (AP) — More than a quarter of the Senate is defying President Barack Obama by promoting legislation that could raise sanctions on Iran. The bill introduced Thursday sets sanctions that go into effect if Iran violates a nuclear...
» Topless Snapchat Photo Of Mother And Daughter Leads To Charges
19/12/13 19:02 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
A topless photograph of a mother and her teenaged daughter in their Missouri hot tub landed the mom in hot water with authorities. The revealing picture of the 50-year-old mom and her 14-year-old daughter circulated among two high school...
» Bus Passengers Wrestle Armed Robber To The Ground In Striking Surveillance Footage (VIDEO)
19/12/13 18:51 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Commuters in Washington were recently interrupted from their normal evening commute when an armed man boarded a Metro bus to West Seattle and tried to rob passengers at gunpoint. But it was what happened next that makes the situation all...
» Barbara Boxer, Carl Levin Warn Iran Sanctions May Derail Nuke Talks
19/12/13 06:04 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Sens. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) and Carl Levin (D-Mich.) warned members of Congress Wednesday that new sanctions against Iran could derail nuclear negotiations. In a column published in Politico Magazine, the leading Democrats lauded Pres...
» The Impact of DSM-5's Alternative Model for Personality Disorders on Criminal Defendants
19/12/13 05:48 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) workgroup on personality disorders initially proposed several revisions to diagnostic criteria and disorder labels, some of which could have had a direct impact on the per...
» Inmates Helping Inmates
19/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
Just because people are in prison doesn’t mean they can’t do good.
» In Our Pages: December 20
19/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
From The International Herald Tribune.
» Amnesty Bill in Russia Could Free Activists
19/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
The State Duma passed a bill that seemed to promise freedom for the two jailed members of the punk protest group and 30 demonstrators arrested at an Arctic oil rig.
» In Death Penalty’s Steady Decline, Some Experts See a Societal Shift
19/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
Capital punishment is still on the books in 32 states, but for the second straight year, only nine of them put prisoners to death.
» Bob McDonnell Decision Delayed By Justice Department Officials, Report Says
19/12/13 03:11 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Federal prosecutors told Virginia Gov. Robert F. McDonnell last week that he and his wife would be charged in connection with a gift scandal, but senior Justice Department officials delayed the decision after the McDonnells’ attorneys ma...
» U.S. Prosecutor Defends Treatment Of Indian Diplomat
19/12/13 02:54 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
(Adds background on charges, paragraphs 8, 22-23) By Joseph Ax NEW YORK, Dec 18 (Reuters) - The U.S. attorney in Manhattan defended on Wednesday the treatment of an Indian diplomat who was strip-searched after her arrest last week on cha...
» The European Union, the United States and the Death Penalty
19/12/13 02:36 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
I gave the following remarks to the Delegation of the European Union to the United States and diplomats from the EU28 member embassies on Dec. 12, 2013: I would like to thank the EU delegation for inviting us here today and for supportin...
» Deval Patrick Keeps Rage In Check On Missing-Boy Case
19/12/13 02:17 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
BOSTON (AP) — Gov. Deval Patrick said Wednesday he's trying to "keep my own rage in check" as he presses the commissioner of his child protection agency about the case of a 5-year-old boy who has been missing for months and is feared dea...
» 'Men's Rights' Trolls Spam Occidental College Online Rape Report Form
19/12/13 00:47 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Internet trolls are sending hundreds of false rape reports to an Occidental College online form that allows students to anonymously report sexual assaults, an official at the Los Angeles school said Wednesday. The liberal arts college wa...
» Former Firefighter Charged With Murder For Allegedly Starting Deadly Clover Fire
19/12/13 00:24 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Former firefighter Zane Wallace Peterson, 29, was arrested on Tuesday and charged with arson and murder linked to the Clover Fire that burned through Shasta County, Calif. in September. According to state fire captain Scott McLean, Peter...
» Terry Lee Loewen Indicted For Suicide Bomb Plot In Kansas Airport Man Accused In Kansas Bomb Plot
19/12/13 00:00 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A grand jury has indicted the man accused of plotting a suicide bomb attack at a Kansas airport where he worked as an avionics technician. A three-count indictment returned Wednesday charges Terry Lee Loewen (LOH'-wi...
» Once-Stolen Stradivarius Violin Sells For $2.3 Million
18/12/13 23:42 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
LONDON (AP) — An antique Stradivarius violin that was stolen from its owner at a London railway station in 2010 has fetched almost 1.4 million pounds ($2.3 million) at auction. The instrument was snatched outside Euston Station in Novemb...
» Closet Full Of Meth (And Walter White Toy) Found At Florida Home
18/12/13 23:41 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Ever wonder what $1 million in meth looks like? Well, it's enough to fill a closet. Investigators in central Florida recently uncovered 80 pounds of methamphetamine in an upscale Orange County neighborhood, following a tip last week. Off...
» The Technology Balancing Act: Producing Native Files for a 'Non-Tech' Audience
18/12/13 23:34 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
In a recent decision by the court in Keaton v. Hannum (S.D. Ind. Apr. 29, 2013) , the court determined that it was unreasonable for the defendant to refuse to produce Gmail emails in native format, because she had previously produced ema...
» Renisha McBride, Slain Detroit Teen, Just 'Wanted To Go Home' On Night Of Her Death
18/12/13 23:30 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
The night 19-year-old Renisha McBride was shot to death on a homeowner's porch last month, she was just trying to get home, according to court testimony. A preliminary hearing in the 20th District Court of Dearborn Heights, Mich. was hel...
» Noel Delgado Arrested For Climbing Christmas Tree In Conn. Park
18/12/13 23:28 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut man named Noel who climbed a tree decorated with Christmas lights has been arrested. The electricity for the lights was cut as police and firefighters responded around noon Wednesday after Noel Delga...
» Venice Boardwalk Suspect Smelled Like Alcohol, Said Police
18/12/13 23:17 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Witnesses told a Los Angeles judge that a man charged with murder in a Venice Beach boardwalk automobile rampage smelled of alcohol when he surrendered later at a police station. A police officer testified at a prelimi...
» Eldo Kim Made Harvard Bomb Threat Because He Was Under Pressure: Lawyer
18/12/13 23:10 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
BOSTON (AP) -- A Harvard student accused of making a bomb threat to get out of a final exam was under a great deal of pressure and seems remorseful, his lawyer said Wednesday after his client was freed on bail. Eldo Kim, 20, was released...
» This Year We Drove A Tank, Drank Cat Poo, And Dated A Porn Star
18/12/13 21:12 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
"You'll never make it in the Weird News business until you twerk on camera, get knives thrown at you and hold the world's smallest woman in your arms." We're paraphrasing something our fearless boss, Buck Wolf, probably said at some poin...
» Cop's Alleged Anti-Obama Facebook Rant: 'Go Die In A Shallow Grave'
18/12/13 21:06 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
That's Officer Coon Trapper to you! New York state policeman Peter Burns found himself in hot water -- and temporarily out of a job -- after allegedly posting an anti-Obama Facebook rant under a pseudonym. "The fact that he (Obama) is st...
» Texas Law Allows Convicts To Challenge Forensic Evidence That Put Them Behind Bars
18/12/13 21:06 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
The state that executes the most people in the United States by far is also leading a charge to give wrongly convicted inmates a chance to clear their names. A law passed in September allows inmates to challenge outdated and often discre...
» Brutal Beating Of Transient Captured On Video (GRAPHIC)
18/12/13 20:51 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
A brutal beating of a transient in Venice Beach, Calif. was captured on video, and police are hoping that footage of the incident will help them arrest the attackers. The incident occurred along the Venice Beach boardwalk at about 4 a.m....
» Detective Armando Saldate Won't Testify Again In Debra Milke Retrial
18/12/13 20:43 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
PHOENIX (AP) — The case against a woman who spent more than two decades on Arizona's death row in the murder of her 4-year-old son was dealt a crushing blow Wednesday when a judge ruled that a discredited detective won't be forced to tes...
» Brian Schwanke, Tea Party Patriot, Charged With Child Porn Distribution
18/12/13 20:34 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
A self-proclaimed tea party patriot is in hot water after being charged with distributing and receiving child pornography. According to a federal complaint filed Tuesday, Brian Schwanke, 46, allegedly used the e-mail account hornypastor@...
» Kayden Webb Allegedly Murdered By Teen Babysitter
18/12/13 20:31 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
A toddler in Bakersfield, Calif. was murdered by her 17-year-old babysitter, police believe. Deputies were called to the home of Kayden Webb , 2, at about 3:15 a.m. Monday, Bakersfield Now reported. They found the child not breathing and...
» John Beale, Ex-EPA Official Who Pretended To Be CIA Agent, Sentenced To 32 Months In Prison
18/12/13 20:05 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
WASHINGTON (AP) — A judge has sentenced a former high-ranking official with the Environmental Protection Agency to 32 months in prison for stealing from the agency by failing to show up for work — while falsely claiming to be working for...
» Renisha McBride Was Scared And Confused In Car Accident Hours Before Fatal Shoting
18/12/13 19:25 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
DEARBORN HEIGHTS, Mich. (AP) — A young, drunk woman fatally shot on a man's porch in suburban Detroit was hurt, scared and confused a few hours earlier when she crashed her car into a parked car, a witness testified Wednesday. Carmen Bea...
» Reflections on the Best Year Ever in Drug Policy Reform
18/12/13 19:24 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
I'm just reflecting on what may be the best year I've had in all my years working to end the drug war. The big news last week was out of Uruguay, where the Senate approved a bill championed by President José Mujica to legalize marijuana....
» Charles Gholdoian, Doctor, Killed In Reno Hospital Shooting
18/12/13 18:57 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
RENO, Nev. (AP) — Reno police on Wednesday identified a doctor killed and one of the two women wounded in the hospital shooting a day earlier. Dr. Charles G. Gholdoian was killed, and Shawntae Spears was wounded when a suicidal gunman en...
» Deportations To Drop For First Time In A Decade: Report
18/12/13 18:46 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
After rising to record levels under the Barack Obama administration, deportations will likely drop for the first time in a decade this year , Bloomberg reports. The decreasing figure, which Blooomberg says is on track to fall by more tha...
» Lostprophets Singer Ian Watkins Sentenced To 35 Years For Child Sex Offenses
18/12/13 18:35 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins has been sentenced to 35 years in jail for multiple child sex offenses, including the attempted rape of a baby. Watkins, 36, was sentenced to 35 years on Wednesday, Dec. 18, after pleading guilty to 13 chi...
» Bernie Goetz, NYC Subway Vigilante, Fighting Low-Level Pot Charges
18/12/13 18:09 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
NEW YORK (AP) — A vigilante who shot four panhandling youths on a New York City subway in 1984 is fighting low-level drug charges. Bernie Goetz was arrested in November on misdemeanor drug charges. Police say he was nabbed in a sting sel...
» Colorado Shootings: Something in the Water? No, Just an Invitation to Reflect
18/12/13 17:37 from Crime on HuffingtonPost.com
Do you remember what you were doing 15 years ago? Fast forward a few months and I was a 17-year-old junior, sitting in Columbine High School's library, leafing through Time Magazine . My padded armchair presented a stunning view of the s...
» Conflicting Tales on How a Brooklyn Businessman Evaded Bolivian Custody
18/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
Two different stories have emerged about how Jacob Ostreicher, who was jailed in Bolivia, managed to make his way to the United States.
» Judge Orders Freedom or Retrial for Connecticut Man Jailed Since ’95
18/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
Scott T. Lewis was given 120 years in prison after he was convicted of a double homicide, but a federal judge ruled that evidence about a key witness had been withheld.
» SOCIAL CONCERN AND CRIME: MOVING BEYOND THE ASSUMPTION OF SIMPLE SELF-INTEREST
18/12/13 01:25 from Criminology
Most leading crime theories and crime-control policies are based on the assumption that people are self-interested. But recent work in a variety of fields has challenged this assumption, suggesting that people are both self-interested an...
» SELF-CONTROL AND VICTIMIZATION: A META-ANALYSIS
18/12/13 01:25 from Criminology
A consequential development in victimization theory and research was the idea that individuals with low self-control self-select into the various risky behaviors that may ultimately result in their victimization. To establish the empiric...
» Bolivian Jail, an Actor’s Help and Now a Return to New York
17/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
Jacob Ostreicher, a Brooklyn flooring contractor who went to Bolivia to seek his fortune in rice farming but ended up being accused of laundering drug money, has been spirited out of the country, an assemblyman said.
» Prison for Rhode Island Lawyer in Tale of Insurance and Death
17/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
A lawyer who called himself a philanthropist was sentenced to six years in a fraud case in which he cost insurance companies and bond insurers $46 million, a judge said.
» India: Ex-Official Released on Bail
17/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
Lalu Prasad, a once-powerful political leader from northern India, emerged from jail on Monday after spending more than two months behind bars on corruption charges.
» Developmental trajectories of marijuana use from adolescence to adulthood: Relationship with using weapons including guns
16/12/13 10:02 from Aggressive Behavior
This is the first study to assess the associations between the trajectories of marijuana use and other predictors of violent behavior with the use of guns or other weapons as well as stealing without the use of weapons among inner-city A...
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15/12/13 23:55 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
» Arrests Challenge Los Angeles County Sheriff’s 4-Term Tenure
15/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
With the County Sheriff’s Office enmeshed in new allegations of civil rights violations and falsified reports, its leader, Lee Baca, faces renewed calls for his resignation.
» Random House Acquires 1800s Prison Memoir
15/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
The work, believed to be the first prison memoir by an African-American, was recently authenticated by scholars at Yale University.
» Arrests Challenge Los Angeles County Sheriff’s 4-Term Tenure
15/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
With the County Sheriff’s Department enmeshed in new allegations of civil rights violations and falsified reports, its leader, Lee Baca, faces renewed calls for his resignation.
» Calls Mount to Free 2 Iranian Opposition Leaders
15/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
The calls for the men’s release are posing a major domestic test for President Hassan Rouhani, who must placate his reformist supporters without antagonizing hard-liners.
» 25 Prisoners Flee Baghdad Jail
14/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
Authorities questioned whether guards had helped the prisoners, who were facing terrorism charges, escape.
» As Prisoner, the Artist in Skakel Came Out
13/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
Michael C. Skakel. who has been let out on bail in the 1975 killing of his 15-year-old neighbor, began painting shortly after he was convicted in 2002.
» If the Sun Salutation Has to Fit Into a Cell
13/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
Jim Freeman, the founder of Conviction Yoga, now leads yoga classes at four rural prisons in Texas and hopes to expand the program to all 109 prison units in the state.
» In Prison, the Artist in Skakel Came Out
13/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
Michael C. Skakel, who has been let out on bail in the 1975 killing of his 15-year-old neighbor, began painting in the years after he was convicted in 2002.
» Texas Plan to Execute Mexican May Harm U.S. Ties Abroad, Kerry Says
12/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
Edgar Arias Tamayo, 46, was convicted of shooting and killing a Houston police officer who was taking him to jail after a robbery in 1994.
» China Spins Mandela to Fit Its Political Narrative
12/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
In lionizing the former South African president, China’s propaganda authorities have hopscotched over much of Mr. Mandela’s life as they try to write him into a political narrative that burnishes the Communist Party’s legitimacy.
» Prison Memoir of a Black Man in the 1850s
12/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
Yale University has acquired what it believes to be the earliest known memoir written in prison by an African-American, dated 1858.
» Reducing aggressive intergroup action tendencies: Effects of intergroup contact via perceived intergroup threat
11/12/13 12:20 from Aggressive Behavior
Two studies tested the prediction that more positive intergroup contact would be associated with reduced aggressive intergroup action tendencies, an effect predicted to occur indirectly via reduced intergroup threat perceptions, and over...
» Aggressive effects of prioritizing popularity in early adolescence
11/12/13 12:18 from Aggressive Behavior
This study examined the moderating effects of prioritizing popularity on the association between early adolescents' popularity and their aggressive, leadership, and prosocial behaviors with peers. Participants were 288 14-year-olds from ...
» 18 Charged in Inquiry Into Los Angeles Sheriff’s Office
10/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
The 18 were accused of excessive use of force and obstruction of justice as part of a sprawling, yearslong investigation into allegations of misconduct and abuse of inmates in county jails.
» U.S. Charges 18 Sheriff’s Officers in Inquiry Into Misconduct at Los Angeles Jails
10/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
The 18 were accused of excessive use of force and obstruction of justice as part of a sprawling investigation into allegations of misconduct and abuse of inmates in county jails.
» U.S. Charges 18 Sheriff’s Officers in Inquiry Into Misconduct at Los Angeles Jails
10/12/13 05:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
The 18 were accused of excessive use of force and obstruction of justice as part of a sprawling investigation into allegations of misconduct and abuse of inmates in county jails.
» Adaptive, maladaptive, mediational, and bidirectional processes of relational and physical aggression, relational and physical victimization, and peer liking
07/12/13 11:32 from Aggressive Behavior
A three-wave longitudinal study among ethnically diverse preadolescents (N = 597 at Time 1, ages 9–11) was conducted to examine adaptive, maladaptive, mediational, and bidirectional processes of relational and physical aggression, victim...
» Physiological reactivity in a community sample of sexually aggressive young men: A test of competing hypotheses
05/12/13 13:18 from Aggressive Behavior
Men's sexually aggressive behavior potentially could relate to either physiological hyporeactivity or hyperreactivity, and these two different physiological profiles could be associated with different underlying causes of sexual aggressi...
» Testing the direct, indirect, and moderated effects of childhood animal cruelty on future aggressive and non-aggressive offending
02/12/13 16:43 from Aggressive Behavior
The relationship between childhood cruelty toward animals and subsequent aggressive offending was explored in 1,336 (1,154 male, 182 female) participants from the 11-wave Pathways to Desistance study (Mulvey, 2013). Aggressive and income...
» The role of cortisol and psychopathic traits in aggression among at-risk girls: Tests of mediating hypotheses
02/12/13 16:43 from Aggressive Behavior
Multiple etiological factors (e.g., biological and personality predispositions) have been linked to the development of aggression. The purpose of the present study was to examine the relation between proactive/reactive aggression and bio...
» Hot Pants at the Border
28/11/13 15:44 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
The role of borders in managing sex work is a valuable site for analysing the relationship between criminal justice and migration administration functions. For the purposes of this article, we are concerned with how generalized concerns ...
» ‘In Exile Imprisonment’ in Russia
28/11/13 15:44 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
This article considers the geographical dispersal of prisoners in Russia. The concept of ‘in exile imprisonment’ is developed to delineate an exceptional penal terrain. The authors examine the historical ‘traces’ of exile in Russian pena...
» Criminality in Spaces of Death
28/11/13 15:44 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
This study examines how Palestinian dead bodies and spaces of death in occupied East Jerusalem are ‘hot spots’ of criminality. The arguments raised challenge traditional hot-spot theories of crime that build their definition of criminali...
» Revisiting the Gun Ownership and Violence Link
28/11/13 15:44 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
The link between gun ownership victimization by violent crime remains one of the most contested issues in criminology. Some authors claim that high gun availability facilitates serious violence. Others claim that gun ownership prevents c...
» Explaining and Controlling Illegal Commercial Fishing
28/11/13 15:44 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
The study explores why certain fish are at risk of being taken illegally by commercial fishers. Fifty-eight illegally caught species were individually matched with 58 controls using a standard classification of fish. Consistently with th...
» The Imagination of Desistance
28/11/13 15:44 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
This essay investigates the discrepancy between the negative impact incarceration has on life outcomes and offenders’ subjective perception of incarceration as a positive turning point. Building on three years of fieldwork with 23 juveni...
» Agreements in Restorative Justice Conferences
28/11/13 15:44 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Agreements are key outcomes in restorative justice conferences. However, there is debate over the effectiveness of such agreements to reduce post-conference offending. Research suggests that many young offenders are satisfied with their ...
» Is the Effect of Perceived Deterrence on Juvenile Offending Contingent on the Level of Self-Control? Results from Three Countries
28/11/13 15:44 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
The aim of this paper is to study the interplay of perceived deterrence and level of self-control in explaining individual differences in self-reported offending. Different theories of crime come to different conclusions in this regard. ...
» Timeliness of second opinion appointed doctors' assessments of treatment plans for patients detained in medium security hospitals in London, UK
28/11/13 10:51 from Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health
Background Mental health legislation in England & Wales requires assessment by a second opinion appointed doctor (SOAD) to safeguard the rights of patients detained in a hospital under this law if they are either refusing certain treatme...
» UNPACKING THE BLACK BOX OF PEER SIMILARITY IN DEVIANCE: UNDERSTANDING THE MECHANISMS LINKING PERSONAL BEHAVIOR, PEER BEHAVIOR, AND PERCEPTIONS
26/11/13 08:46 from Criminology
The strong correlation between measures of personal and peer deviance occurs with near “law-like” regularity. Yet, as with other manifestations of peer similarity (often referred to as homophily), the mechanisms generating this relations...
» The bright side of positive perceptual bias: Children's estimations of network centrality and aggression
22/11/13 23:12 from Aggressive Behavior
This study explores whether findings linking positive perceptual bias to childhood aggression extend to perceptual bias in network centrality. We present data from nested regression models that examine associations between perceptual bia...
» THE SOCIAL ECOLOGY OF PUBLIC SPACE: ACTIVE STREETS AND VIOLENT CRIME IN URBAN NEIGHBORHOODS
22/11/13 09:36 from Criminology
Drawing on one element of the discussion by Jacobs () of the social control benefits of “eyes on the street,” this article explores the link between the prevalence of active streets and violence in urban neighborhoods. Three distinct dat...
» Homicide offenders 32 years later – A Swedish population-based study on recidivism
22/11/13 08:20 from Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health
Background The literature on recidivism by homicide offenders is scarce despite its importance for individuals and for society. Aims To establish the rate of seriously violent re-offending among homicide offenders and identify risk facto...
» Longitudinal HCR-20 scores in a high-secure psychiatric hospital
22/11/13 07:57 from Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health
Background The HCR-20 is a widely used 20 item structured professional judgement aid to risk assessment and management, but longitudinal studies of its value are rare, particularly with people at high risk of reoffending. Aims To investi...
» RESTRICTIVE DETERRENT EFFECTS OF A WARNING BANNER IN AN ATTACKED COMPUTER SYSTEM
20/11/13 08:55 from Criminology
System trespassing by computer intruders is a growing concern among millions of Internet users. However, little research has employed criminological insights to explore the effectiveness of security means to deter unauthorized access to ...
» Community and Campus Crime: A Geospatial Examination of the Clery Act
12/11/13 18:23 from Crime & Delinquency current issue
Despite the provisions of the Clery Act, which requires institutional reporting of crime on college campuses, patterns of campus crime have received surprisingly little research attention to date. Furthermore, few studies have described ...
» Assessing the Mediation of a Fuller Social Learning Model on Low Self-Control's Influence on Software Piracy
12/11/13 18:23 from Crime & Delinquency current issue
Researchers have explored the empirical validity of linking key concepts from Gottfredson and Hirschi’s general theory of crime and Akers’ social learning theory. Much of this research, however, has neither included measures ...
» Offender Perceptions of Graduated Sanctions
12/11/13 18:23 from Crime & Delinquency current issue
Finding credible alternatives to revocation for offenders who violate the conditions of their community supervision has emerged as a salient issue in the corrections field. A number of jurisdictions have turned to graduated sanctions as ...
» The Impact of Security Placement on Female Offenders' Institutional Behavior
12/11/13 18:23 from Crime & Delinquency current issue
It has been argued that institutional misconduct is promulgated by the correctional environments associated with different security levels. In this article, the authors summarize the results of a study examining whether such an associati...
» Implications of Different Outcome Measures for an Understanding of Inmate Misconduct
12/11/13 18:23 from Crime & Delinquency current issue
Quantitative studies geared toward understanding differences among prison inmates in their odds of committing rule infractions have grown over the last decade but with little consistency in the models examined, especially regarding the t...
» Criminal Offending and Learning Disabilities in New Zealand Youth: Does Reading Comprehension Predict Recidivism?
12/11/13 18:23 from Crime & Delinquency current issue
Sixty youth (16-19 years) from two youth prison sites participate in a prospective study examining criminal offending and learning disabilities (LD), completing measures of estimated IQ, attention, reading, and mathematical and oral lang...
» An examination of the relationship between personality and aggression using the general aggression and five factor models
05/11/13 14:06 from Aggressive Behavior
This study examined the relationships between personality and aggression using the general aggression (GAM, Anderson and Bushman [2002] Annual Review of Psychology, 53, 27–51) and five factor models (FFMs) (Costa and McCrae [1992] Revise...
» School bullying and the mechanisms of moral disengagement
30/10/13 13:20 from Aggressive Behavior
The aim of the present study was to examine to what degree different mechanisms of moral disengagement were related to age, gender, bullying, and defending among school children. Three hundred and seventy-two Swedish children ranging in ...
» Motivational dimensions of inpatient aggression
30/10/13 09:46 from Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health
Background Recent studies have suggested that functional classifications of aggression should be used to improve the understanding of the heterogeneity of aggression and its management, among inpatients in psychiatric hospitals. Aims Our...
» Community DSPD pilot services in South London: Rates of reconviction and impact of supported housing on reducing recidivism
21/10/13 08:14 from Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health
Background The effectiveness of community services in reducing recidivism by men in the ‘dangerous and severe personality disorder’ framework – with personality disorder and at high risk of recidivism – is unknown. Aims To conduct a prel...
» Brain Trauma, PET Scans and Forensic Complexity
16/10/13 14:05 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Positron Emission Tomography (PET) is a medical imaging technique that can be used to show brain function. Courts have admitted PET scan evidence in cases involving brain damage, injury, toxic exposure, or illness (“brain trauma”) and to...
» Concussive Brain Injury in the Military: September 2001 to the Present
15/10/13 15:51 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, 1,348,405 citizens have been deployed to combat in Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF), Operation New Dawn in Iraq, and Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan (OEF). During this same period...
» TRANSITORY MOBILITY, CULTURAL HETEROGENEITY, AND VICTIMIZATION RISK AMONG YOUNG MEN OF COLOR: INSIGHTS FROM AN ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY IN CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA
07/10/13 02:27 from Criminology
The coupling of racial and economic stratification has been found to result in a range of adverse outcomes for youth of color, including disproportionate exposure to violence and victimization. Primary explanations of these patterns, par...
» THE UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF BEING STOPPED OR ARRESTED: AN EXPLORATION OF THE LABELING MECHANISMS THROUGH WHICH POLICE CONTACT LEADS TO SUBSEQUENT DELINQUENCY
07/10/13 02:27 from Criminology
Much debate has taken place regarding the merits of aggressive policing strategies such as “stop, question, and frisk.” Labeling theory suggests that police contact may actually increase delinquency because youth who are stopped or arres...
» Can Serial Rapists be Distinguished from One-off Rapists?
05/10/13 00:12 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
There are investigative advantages to being able to determine early in a police investigation whether a rape has been committed by a serial or a one-off rapist. Previous research has found some differences in the crime-scene behaviors of...
» The Neuroethics and Neurolaw of Brain Injury
04/10/13 06:09 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Neuroethics and neurolaw are fields of study that involve the interface of neuroscience with clinical and legal decision-making. The past two decades have seen increasing attention being paid to both fields, in large part because of the ...
» The brief aggression questionnaire: Psychometric and behavioral evidence for an efficient measure of trait aggression
01/10/13 14:13 from Aggressive Behavior
A key problem facing aggression research is how to measure individual differences in aggression accurately and efficiently without sacrificing reliability or validity. Researchers are increasingly demanding brief measures of aggression f...
» It's Not All in Your Head (or at Least Your Brain): Association of Traumatic Brain Lesion Presence and Location with Performance on Measures of Response Bias in Forensic Evaluation
01/10/13 00:44 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
This study examined the relationship between lesion presence and localization and performance on measures of cognitive response bias, specifically in individuals purporting to have a traumatic brain injury. Ninety-two participants, all o...
» A Comparison of Insufficient Effort Rates, Neuropsychological Functioning, and Neuropsychiatric Symptom Reporting in Military Veterans and Civilians with Chronic Traumatic Brain Injury
01/10/13 00:42 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Neuropsychological evaluation of persons with chronic traumatic brain injury (TBI) symptoms is complicated by multiple factors. The authors explored the impact of mechanism of injury, effort testing performance, and neuropsychiatric stat...

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