Teen Wanted to Die so He Could Go To Heaven and Kill Jesus

April 30, 2008

The South Carolina teen accused of plotting to blow up his high school told the police that he wanted to die, go to heaven and kill Jesus, federal authorities said Tuesday. The 18-year old, Ryan Schallenberger, is cooperating with the bomb plot investigation, according to officials.

Argued in a federal courtroom that the statements by Schallenerger were an indication that he needs a psychological evaluation.

The perfect student of Chesterfield High School almost ready to graduate was arrested on April 19th and faces several state and federal charge like attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction. A life sentence if he is convicted most is likely.

One witness said, “He told the sheriff he wanted to die and go to heaven and once he got there, he wanted to kill Jesus.”

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Dying Kidnapper Confesses to Murder 22 Years Ago

April 30, 2008

What happened to Iris L. Brown after she was kidnapped in 1976 was a complete mystery to her parents until recently, according to the police. The kidnapper, now seriously ill in a prison medical facility, has finally confessed to strangling her and dumping her remains along Interstate 89. 61-year old Willam J. Posey told Burlington Police Cold Case Investigators that he killed the victiim, then 27. He explained that he had coaxed her into his car, then he tried talking her into selling cocaine with, at which point an argument began, and he strangled her. He dumped herbody along the Interstate. Police plan to take some official steps in finding her remains, but little detail from the murderer only makes this harder for law enforcement.

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Teen Kills Family Then Goes to Get A Steak For Dinner

April 29, 2008

Nathan Dickson, who is accused of shooting his father, stepmother, stepsister and brother on Saturday morning, was arrested that evening outside friend’s, Brantley Creel, home. He had spent the day riding four-wheelers and hanging out wiht his friend after allegedly killing his family

When authorities arrived on the doorstep, the teens had just returned from getting the steaks for the cookout. They told Creel’s grandmother and her husband that four members of Dickson’s family had been killed, and Dickson didn’t know police were looking for him. In order to get the teens to return at the request of the police, Creel’s grandfather called his cell phone to say the four-wheelers needed to be returned and cleaned before it starts raining. Upon their return, Dickson was arrested.

“We were just cutting up and having fun all day,” Dickson’s 19-year old friend, Creel, told the Independent-Mail of Anderson.

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Child of the FLDS Cult Give Birth While Guards Standby

April 29, 2008

One of the girls (ages ranging from 14 to 17) taken during the raid on the Yearning For Zion (YFZ) ranch Eldorado, Texas, went into labor under guard of the state. The teenager was one of 463 children taken from the ranch and one of the 53 teenage girls that has either already given birth or had was pregnant. Now, obviously, she is a mother as a teenager. Due to the DNA testing and the large number of children involved, this case will be a very long and dragged out process.

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DNA Frees Man After 27 Years in Prison

April 29, 2008

After 27 years locked up in prison for a crime he did not commit, James Lee Woodard was cleared of the 1980 murder of his girlfriend, becoming the 18th person in Dallas County to have his conviction over-turned. That is more than any other county nationally, according to the Innocence Project, a New York-based legal nonprofit that specializes in overturning wrongful convictions, particularly using DNA.

Keep up the good work, Innocence Project.

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Another Tool For Detectives and Forensics

April 29, 2008

A company in Georgia s trying to replace DNA testsing with a means of finding out much of the same information. It would be a great tool for detectives, forensic experts and the military. No one expects it to replace DNA analysis, and representatives of the company suggest it is not meant to.

The new method analyzes antibodies. Each person has a unique antibody bar code that can be taken from blood, saliva or other bodily fluids. Antibodies are proteins used by the body to fend off viruses or otherwise clean the system.

The scientists say an antibody profile can yield results faster and more cost-affectively and be performed in the field with minimal training. National lab administrators have licensed the technology exclusively to Identity Sciences LLC in Alpharetta, Georgia.

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CSI Star Busted For Heroin, Coke, and Ecstacy

April 29, 2008

CSI’s Gary Dourdan was busted in Palm Springs yesterday on suspicion of possessing heroin, cocaine, ecstasy and prescription drugs. Sources have said the actor was found sleeping in his car at 5:21 AM as police approached the vehicle and made the bust.

Apparently, Dourdan then spent time in Palm Springs jail and eventually posted $5,000 and bailed out.

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