The Trench Reynolds Report

Without truth there is no justice

Case delayed for teen accused of making threats against Detroit-area school: Judge Linda Davis denied a motion by defense lawyer Brian Legghio to remove herself from the Andrew Osantowski case following a claim by Legghio that Judge Davis is being swayed by a community outcry. Legghio is going to appeal the decision which could take …

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2 teenagers indicted in Marshfield school plot: Both Tobin Kerns and Joseph Nee have been indicted by a grand jury. What’s surprising here is that the 16-year-old Kerns is being charged as an adult. Usually in these cases, if no one was hurt and no weapons were found the kids are tried as juveniles. Locally …

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Still blind to swastikas in school: I’m going to commit an act of lazy blogging here because I really don’t have anything else to add. Anyway, this is from an op-ed piece from The Boston Globe… As happy as everyone should be that the plot at Marshfield was stopped, the Globe’s profile of one of …

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Cops detail Marshfield school plot at hearing: This is real responsible journalism by the Boston Herald, isn’t it? I can imagine that editorial meeting. “Hey, I got an idea. Let’s print their plans to blow up and shoot up the school in great detail so someone else can come along and improve on their plans.” …

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Second arrest was warranted: Just a couple of more items out of Marshfield… During Monday’s arraignment prosecutor John McLaughlin said Nee and Kerns developed a fascination about the incident at Columbine High School and Nee even did a school report on the tragedy. The two formed the group known as NBK – natural born killers …

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Second Teen Arrested In H.S. Massacre Case: After receiving comments and e-mails from people close to the Kerns family I asked the other day why aren’t police looking at Tobin Kerns’ friend who is the son of the president of the Boston police union. I told my readers to draw their own collusion…I mean conclusions. …

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You know since I’ve reconsidered my stance on the Tobin Kerns incident I’ve been wondering why the police have yet to move on the friend that lived with the Kerns. Well, a commenter tipped me off to the fact that the friend in question is the son of the president of the Boston police union, …

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