While intoxicated and unconscious at a party, 15-year-old Audrie Pott was sexually assaulted by three of her peers. The three assailants drew on her partly exposed body, took photos of her, and then proceeded to share the photos with others online. After using social media to piece together events she had no memory of, Audrie died by suicide. During the court proceedings … [Read more...] about New Bill: Treatment for Perpetrators of Sexual Assault
Most Americans spent Sunday focused on the Super Bowl, a win or lose game of heroic competition. But there was another competition brewing, a strange and twisted competition between those who believe Woody Allen is guilty of molesting his daughter, Dylan Farrow, and those who believe he is innocent. According to Ms. Farrow, whose open letter was posted on … [Read more...] about Woody Allen: Guilty or Not?
By Katherine Ramsland As I wade through literature on serial killers, sometimes I come across unique motivations. I offer three such cases below: 1) Across a period of 3 weeks back in May 1942, three women were found in Melbourne, Australia, strangled, bruised, and dumped on the streets. Their clothing was disheveled or torn to shreds. A sentry on the U.S. … [Read more...] about A Trio of Serial Killers with Strange Inspirations defies Typical Databases