The Trench Reynolds Report

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MySpace friendship leads to charges: Another short and vague article… STURGIS — A 21-year-old Sturgis man who befriended a teen through an online social networking Web site faces multiple criminal sexual conduct charges, the Sturgis Police Department reported. Authorities arrested Lee Alexander Webb on Tuesday as part of an ongoing investigating an allegation that a …

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Prostitutes Using Craigslist To Solicit For Sex: This is just another local news article about prostitutes using craigslist to advertise. Once again Craig himself deflects the blame. CBS13 went straight to the source in San Francisco to find out why you can find sex for sale, right next to an easy bake oven in Sacramento. …

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Arrest made in school shooting, explosives plot: We have a slew of new details in the alleged plot to bomb Newington High School in Connecticut. The suspect is one 16-year-old Frank Fechteler of Newington. People who know him describe him as quiet and reserved but scatterbrained. He is being charged with two counts of manufacturing …

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Police: School Attack Foiled: Police have thwarted a plot to attack Newington High School in Connecticut after parents tipped off police about a video on YouTube that showed several students shooting firearms and setting off explosives. Police interviewed the teens in the video and they said that one of them was plotting an attack against …

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Suit against Myspace dismissed by judge in Texas: Hallelujah. For once common sense has prevailed. The $30M lawsuit filed against MySpace by the parents of children who were molested by MySpace users has been dismissed. U.S. district judge Sam Sparks ruled that MySpace, owned by media giant News Corp., should not be held responsible for …

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Archives wants Columbine records here: The National Archives has suggested holding the depositions of the Columbine Killers’ parents for 20 years but after the 20 years, they would unseal the records. The agency said that any materials from Columbine given to it would be of significant historical value and would never be destroyed. Archives officials …

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Student with Asperger Syndrome Charged in Murder: This is a piece from NPR about how much a part Asperger’s Syndrome is playing in the murder of James Alenson by Asperger’s patient John Odgren. What I found interesting about this piece is that some parents of Asperger’s kids are horrified that Odgren’s defense attorney is using …

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Judges seek info in Kerns case: The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court has requested a transcript of the trial of Tobin Kerns before ruling on the matter of whether or not Juvenile Court Judge Louis Coffin can rule his verdict based on a general threats statute rather than a statue regarding threatening to use deadly weapons …

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Attorney General Pushes For Internet Safeguards: I thought that my state of residence would have a little more sense but that’s what I get for thinking. Add North Carolina to the list of states who are jumping on the blame MySpace Boogeyman bandwagon. Attorney General Roy Cooper has called on sites like MySpace to install …

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