The Trench Reynolds Report

All Crime Is Personal

Next on the ‘Back in March’ series… 18-year-old Zachary Cruz is the brother of Nikolas Cruz, the mass-murdering assclown responsible for the 17 deaths at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Apparently, Zachary Cruz was so into what his brother did he thought it would be a great idea to go visit the …

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Hey, look at me. I’m working on a story from late March. I’m making progress. Anyway, as what happens with most school shootings, some have claimed the Parkland shooter, Nikolas Cruz, was bullied. In my opinion, this is the effect of what I call the bullying myth. Not that I think bullying is a myth. …

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And we’re back to the ‘Back in March’ series… On Tuesday March 20th, 17-year-old Austin Wyatt Rollins opened fire in the hallways of Great Mills High School in Great Mills, Maryland. The school resource officer confronted Rollins and fired a round at the gunman. Rollins fired a round at the same time. It was initially …

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I guess before I delve back into last month’s stories I’m behind on, I should talk about the school shooting that happened in Ocala, Florida, yesterday. When I first heard a shooting took place my heart initially filled with dread. Before I read any news about it, my mind immediately went to the fact that …

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Just because craigslist removed its personals section doesn’t mean it’s any safer. Last weekend, two men, 21-year-olds Alize Smith and Jarron Moreland, went missing in Moore, Oklahoma, after witnesses saw them being taken into a van. Moreland’s family claimed that he was meeting someone to sell something through craigslist. Sadly, the bodies of Moreland and …

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In a previous post, I wondered what Backpage CEO Carl Ferrer’s role was in the Federal seizure of Backpage since his name did not appear on the 93-count indictment against other Backpage heads and employees. Now we know as it has been announced that prior to the seizure of Backpage, Ferrer pleaded guilty to charges …

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In my previous post, I discussed how craigslist shuttered its personal section in anticipation of the FOSTA law. Many in tech circles have lamented the loss of craigslist personals as if it was some place where wholesome couples would meet so they could attend church and ice cream socials together. What they’re conveniently forgetting is …

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Back in March, which is going to be a recurring theme for a while, before FOSTA was signed into law, and before Backpage was taken down, craigslist took it upon themselves to remove the personal ads section from their website including the casual encounters section. Anyone clicking on any of the personal ad links on …

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(4/9/2018) Summit High student accused of violent threats handed out sticky notes to students he would spare, sheriff says Locking classrooms becomes latest safety measure in Spokane schools Franklin teen arrested for terrorizing after alleged threats on Snapchat (Might be a repeat, but does it matter?) Teachers Acquire A New Skill: How To Stop The …

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Monday, the 93-count indictment against seven Backpage employees was finally made public. As previously noted, Backpage co-founder Michael Lacey was already known to have been named in the indictment. What we know now is the remaining six people being indicted for various charges related to the Federal seizure of Backpage. One of the expected names …

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