Monthly Archives: September 2008

Judges’ unaccountability for judicial and non-judicial acts

Judicial-Discipline-Reform.org 2nd Newsrelease Judges’ unaccountability for judicial and non-judicial acts will be fostered at the behind-closed-doors Judicial Conference, September 15-17 The Judicial Conference of the U.S. is the highest court administration policy-making body of the Federal Judiciary. It will hold its secret annual meeting next September 16-17: First Chief Justice John Roberts will preside over its plenary session at the Supreme Court, (202)479-3011 and -3211. Then the 12 representative district judges and the 14 chief circuit and national court judges will hold separate meetings at the Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building, One Columbus Circle NE, in Washington, D.C. There the committees of the Conference meet on Monday at its secretariat, … Continue reading

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Gay pride. by the numbers

Gay pride. by the numbers — Statistics Canada informs that no more than 1.7 percent of Canadians aged 18 to 59 are either gay or bi-sexual (1% and 0.7% respectively).  A few comments (inserted between the lines of and after the article from Statistics Canada that is quoted in the following) are in order. Gay pride. by the numbers By Statistics Canada http://www42.statcan.ca/smr08/smr08_118-eng.htm (2018 05 01: The preceding link no longer functions, and it cannot be found in the Internet Archive. That appears to be true of most of StatCan’s links identified in the remainder of this blog posting.  Whether or not StatCan changed the URLs for those links or deleted … Continue reading

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Evicted from the home he had built

Updated 2019 01 26: Added links to related articles. To be evicted from the home he had built, destroyed and eventually killed him. By Charles E. Correy, Ph.D. Epitaph for a charter member of the Equal Justice Foundation — It was with great sorrow that I learned of the death of charter member Steven Bandusky on August 27, 2008, from liver and kidney failure. When we first heard from Steve on August 10, 2000, he was a successful engineer with Boeing in Mesa, Arizona. He had built what his boys called the “big house” for his family, wife, her two daughters, and two boys of his and his wife. With … Continue reading

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The consequences of cooking a child

Updated 2019 01 26: Added links to related articles. By The Associated Press 2008 09 08 DAYTON, Ohio – A woman in Dayton, Ohio, has been sentenced to life in prison without a chance of parole for killing her baby daughter in a microwave oven. Twenty-eight-year-old China Arnold chose not to be in the courtroom for today’s sentencing. Arnold was convicted of aggravated murder in the 2005 death of month-old daughter Paris Talley. She was spared the death penalty because jurors could not reach a consensus on the punishment. It was Arnold’s second trial; the first ended in a mistrial when new witnesses surfaced. Defence lawyer Jon Paul Rion has … Continue reading

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A Horrific Night

Updated 2019 01 26: Added links to related articles. Thanks to Dave E. http://www.ephotozine.com/topic/t-63615 newy17 (e2 Member) 2008 09 03 Hi Guys, Not feeling to good today Guys after a Major Incident in my cab last night. I’m not wanting to get into the cab anymore but needs must and all that, i’ve got to clean the cab which is going to take some doing ‘cos there’s blood everywhere: on the roof, windows, floor, seats, and i found a couple of teeth for good measure.  Two women where trying to Kill each other and don’t get me wrong, i’ve been doing this job for 26 years and i’ve seen it … Continue reading

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Bat Yam: Mother suspected of drowning son in sea

Update 2019 01 26: Added links to related articles. Ynetnews.com Woman in her 40s arrested on beach south of Tel Aviv after allegedly throwing her four-year-old child into water. Suicide note found in her purse Avi CohenLatest Update:     08.29.08, 13:35 / Israel News Tragedy on Bat Yam beach: A 42-year-old woman from Rishon Lezion is suspected of throwing her four-year-old son into the sea and drowning him. A Magen David Adom doctor dispatched to the area Thursday night proclaimed the child dead. The police said that the woman’s husband, who said she suffers from mental problems, reported that she went missing in the evening hours. In her interrogation, the … Continue reading

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