Manhunt Continues In Search Of Suspect In Rape Murder Of 13 Month Old Northern Ohio Infant

police photo of Joshua Gurto, subject of national manhunt in the murder of 13 month old Sereniti Sutley in Conneaut, Ohio

by Richard Cameron CONNEAUT, OHIO Law enforcement in the state of Ohio and nationally, are on the hunt for the suspect in the murder of a 13 month old infant in Conneaut, Ohio. The suspect (pictured in the featured image), is being sought for having raped Sereniti Jazzlynn-Sky Blankenship-Sutley and mortally inflicting blunt force trauma to the child’s head and body. Police went to a Clark Street apartment about 5 a.m. on a report of an unresponsive child. Sereniti was found in her mother’s arms who screamed, “Help my baby.”…

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Sifting Through Conspiracies in the Las Vegas Tragedy

By Janice Barlow Sadly, a mass, deadly attack has once again occurred inside our own borders. We can no longer assume that it is safe to be in the United States compared to say, Europe, Australia or South America. The desensitized nature we had grown accustomed to regarding our surroundings no longer applies. We must be wary and on guard at all times, and even that vigilance won’t always guarantee complete safety. Rather than focusing on the argument of owning assault weapons, I am currently concerned with the impulsive need of…

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Gunman At Mandalay Bay Kills 58, Wounds 515 In Deadliest Mass Shooting In U.S. History

Las Vegas PD Officer taking cover behind patrol vehicle during response to mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival at the Mandalay Bay Hotel

by Richard Cameron LAS VEGAS, NV Shortly after 10:00 PM PST, Sunday evening, a single shooter commenced a shooting spree at a country music festival in Las Vegas, Nevada, killing, at last count 58 concert goers, in what is now regarded as the deadliest mass shooting event in American history. 515 victims of the shooter were injured in the attack. The gunman was positioned on a 32nd floor balcony of the Mandalay Bay Hotel and unleashed a continuous barrage of fire on attendees of the Route 91 Harvest Festival –…

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Safety And Security On Facebook – What You Need To Know To Protect Your Account

man in Facebook T-Shirt holding White Hat debit card

by Richard Cameron   Ever since Facebook arrived on the scene in Cambridge, Mass in 2004 (yes, that far back), it has been surrounded with controversy and detractors.  Anything that has such a wide reach throughout the fabric of society is bound to. Much of the criticism is valid. Facebook has provided not only a platform for social interaction, but also for government surveillance of citizens and for opportunists looking to exploit or steal your personal data. I have also written about the phenomenon of “Facebook Jail” – a place…

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Prison Fellowship and Angel Tree – Breaking the Chains

J. Lee Prison Fellowship and Angel Tree – Breaking the Chains “I was in prison and you visited me” — Matthew 25:36 PRISON FELLOWSHIP Before the inception of the Prison Fellowship, incarceration was a revolving door. With no direction, many released prisoners fell into recidivism and became repeat offenders. Prisoners were housed and fed, but spiritually they were lacking hope. Many returned to their criminal behavior. Prison Fellowship: Five Stages of Incerceration: Understand typical changes prisoners experience as they process their new life as prisoners – Understanding a prisoner‘s thinking and emotional…

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Beware Of “Locky” – Ransomware That Takes Your Files And Folders Hostage

image depicting a hand passing several $100 bills in exchange for a key - representing a de-encryption key used to gain back data and computer files held hostage by ransomware

by Richard Cameron Locky is not Lucky What is “Locky” and why should you take steps to avoid getting hit with it?  Well, for one thing, it’s a lot worse than being in Facebook Jail.  Instead of being suspended from posting on the social media giant, if your computer gets infected by Locky, all of your saved files will be taken into custody by hackers and not released back to you until you pay a hefty price to effect their release. Locky is but one prominent example of “ransomware” –…

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Laws Targeting Drug Dealers Have Bipartisan Support, But Will They Work?

photo of a narcotics team with SWAT gear conducting a morning raid on a suspected drug ring's home

by Tony Wyman A new law proposed by Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker to charge drug dealers with manslaughter when the drugs they sell kill the user has strong support from many who see the state’s opiod crisis as one of the biggest threats facing the Commonwealth. But the bill has some skeptics who think increased jail time has little or no impact on drug abuse. If the law goes into effect, drug dealers responsible for the deaths of users would face a minimum sentence of five years in a state…

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Trump’s Pardon Of Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio – Ethical Or Raw Political Corruption?

Arpaio speaking to crowd at a Trump campaign rally in Prescott, AZ

by Richard Cameron   Former Sheriff of Maricopa Country Arizona – Joe Arpaio, is – depending upon who you speak to in Arizona, either loved or hated.  He’s seen as either “America’s Toughest Sheriff”, a racist – or a public official who came to believe the office was less about protect and serve than about serving his ego. Then there are those who are of the belief that the Judge’s order that he disregarded and disobeyed, was unreasonable and improper and that Joe was in his rights to decide not…

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Two South African Farmers Found Guilty in “Coffin Case”

Victor Mlotshwa, victim of attempted murder by two South African farmers, speaks to reporters after the trial

By Dena Leichnitz The South Africa attempted murder, “coffin case”. While America seems to be reeling with its own racial divisions as of late, there seems to be real racial tensions taking place around the world. South Africa  is not unfamiliar with such racial tensions as they dealt with apartheid for many years that resulted in the imprisonment and eventual release of their President, Nelson Mandela. So it should not come as a shock that once again racism has reared its ugly head in South Africa. Willem Oosthuizen  and Theo Martins Jackson, according…

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Human Trafficking – Crimes Against Humanity

J. Lee Human Trafficking – Modern Day Slavery This story exposes the international shame of human, sex and labor trafficking. Human trafficking is prevalent in the United States and throughout the world. The idea in most people’s minds is it happens elsewhere, but America has its own dirty secrets. No nation is innocent in crimes against humanity. It is estimated that 1/3 of those trafficked are children. Wikipedia – Human trafficking is the trade of humans, most commonly for the purpose of forced labour, sexual slavery, or commercial sexual exploitation for the trafficker…

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