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Is Air Force Academy recruit Jack Warmlots, a Brock Turner, Brandon Vandenburg in the making?

Two, separate themes featuring ending denial A. The denial of the right of raped women to seek criminal prosecution; no matter how the raped occurred.  No matter how also includes when the rapist is a college or professional athlete; and B. … Continue reading

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Brandon Vandenburg Vanderbilt Retrial – The victim testifies

Update:  Totally Guilty Also, the Reading of the Verdict.  (Personally, I think the jury was disgusted Brandon painted himself as a victim.) The Victim testifies.  The Victim soon learns her protector – is post-crime, conducting himself as a victim.  The … Continue reading

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Brandon Vandenburg – Vanderbilt’s sports-bro gang rape trial: Take Two

Timing is everything Brandon Vandenburg’s second trial is barely out of the gate and am already getting the feeling a lot of money is being wasted with a IT company called Logic Force Consulting, to refute what has to be … Continue reading

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Brandon Vandenburg – Fletcher Long: When criminals find each other.

Surprise!  Would you believe a second mistrial was quietly in the works last week? No kidding; and…what up, Tennessee?! After decades of working in the legal-media business, have noticed it’s not particularly unusual when really bad guys like Brandon Vandenburg, … Continue reading

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Breaking: Judge Monte Watkins grants “Mistrial” in Brandon Vandenburg, Corey Batey, Vanderbilt rape trial

Todd Easter got a little more fame than he bargained for today after Nashville Criminal Court Judge Monte Watkins granted a mistrial for Vanderbilt University foottball players, Brandon Vandenburg, and Corey Batey who were earlier convicted of multiple sex crimes. … Continue reading

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Brandon Vandenburg sentencing – here’s why he could get a new trial

Refresh for updates: In the Brandon Vandenburg, Corey Batey sex crime sentencing hearing today, the disputed juror, Todd Easter, who first appeared both well-meaning, and not terriby smart, is on the hot seat. I mean, witness stand.  Currently testifying about … Continue reading

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Brandon Vandenburg declared “indigent” – Parents throw a Hail Mary

Recognizing Indio’s former football star and Christian school (Xavier Prep) graduate Brandon Vandenburg’s future is more likely to be spent in a prison ministry in tight quarters, than national fame as a tight end; Brandon’s religiously right, conservative parents, Rod … Continue reading

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Brandon Vandenburg, Corey Batey, sentencing postponed

Sentencing for the multiple rape count convictions of Brandon Vandenburg and Corey Batey, has been postponed to April 24, 2015, so attorneys for both can begin new trials for a new round of clients.  (Vandenburg was also convicted for unlawful … Continue reading

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Brandon Vandenburg and the Fairness Doctrine

Quick post peeps. The problem with justice in America is…people are unaware the news has been jacked.   People who work too hard, come home, attend to family needs, then relax. They relax by watching a game on TV,  or … Continue reading

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