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San Diego women in custody cases: You’re screwed. Loaded guns, penis pics – no problem.

Here’s the video of the sexting Deputy DA Michael MacNeil San Diego media refused to identify. Update:  One day later. We received word MacNeil resigned from the DA’s office. (In exchange for no charges?) However, his State Bar record hasn’t changed as … Continue reading

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The latest on Kelly Rutherford’s disappearing custody case, and some mighty poor reportng

Journalism 101: Who, what, when, where, how and, why. Often, it’s the “whys” that convinces juries.   Medill might be the only journalism school in the country that requires journalism students to attend two years of law school, in order … Continue reading

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Murder: When journalism contributes to ongoing murders

Recently, New York Post reporter Kathryn Cusma wrote of Miguel Mejia-Ramos, after his apprehension in Texas following arraignment of his family’s, triple homicide knifing of wife Deisy, 21, and their two small daughters, Daniela, 3, and Yoselin, 1. Ramos said … Continue reading

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PA Judge Ronald Doleac protects child DHS workers put at risk by siding with sex offender

December 12, 2012 Sanity prevailed in the form of a 131 page decision in Lamar County, Mississippi with Chancery Judge Ronald Doleac, at the helm.  Judge Doleac essentially rescued a minor from her sex offender father and mentally impaired mother, … Continue reading

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