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Steubenville Pastor Everett Mitchell INDICTED

Pastor Everett C. Mitchell, 40, of 1644 Roosevelt Ave. was indicted on two counts each of sexual battery and attempted sexual battery, single counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor and attempted unlawful sexual conduct with a minor and sexual imposition. Mitchell is the pastor at Tower of Power Ministries, Steubenville, Ohio. I would also like to mention that the ONLY local media to report his indictment is the newspaper. Once again, local news…
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Bullying Killed Denise Fernatt (Part I)

Yesterday I wrote about the Denise Fernatt case in Fayette County, West Virginia. As information comes in, I will continue to add to this case. It is becoming clear that individuals in the community who consider themselves the “elite” are involved and not one of them has been charged criminally for their actions and complicity in Denise’s death because West Virginia’s laws are antiquated and haven’t caught up with the internet. It is also looking…
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Fire & Iron MC Members Accused of Causing Suicide of Denise Fernatt

On August 5, 2017 Denise Fernatt jumped to her death from the New River Gorge Bridge. The bridge stands 876 feet above the New River. Six days prior her “friends” began posting personal photos that they retrieved from her laptop without permission. The photos were boudoir photographs meant to be shared between a husband and a wife. Instead, these ghouls stole them and for six days, they tormented and harassed Denise so much that she…
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RIP Wilson

It has taken me 2 weeks to even be able to sit down and write this post. Mostly I’m writing as a way to help myself through the grieving process of losing my best friend. My heart is broken. I got his ashes back on Tuesday and it was like ripping the scab off and I grieved all over again. I know that some people won’t understand the bond that we have with our furkids…
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Steubenville Case: Where Are They Now?

FINALLY! Everyone was able to see the documentary Roll Red Roll on POV/PBS last night and since then I’ve had a lot of people asking where are they now? So…I am going to provide some information. I hadn’t kept up with any of the kids involved over the years until about a month ago when I figured I should take a look in case people were asking, and of course, to satisfy my own curious…
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This Is NOT How You Treat Kids

I came across this post on Facebook last night and after reading through all of the comments, the more I think about some of them, the more angry I get. This is the video that was posted during the 8th grade class trip to Washington DC. As you can clearly see in the beginning of the video, the teacher/coach was punching the child and then started hitting him in the face with a magazine. The…
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Clarisa Figueroa: Murdering Monster

THIS thing. There aren’t any decent descriptive words that come to mind to describe the woman I am about to tell you about. What happened to Marlen Ochoa-Lopez is beyond human comprehension and only monsters would do to her what Clarisa Figueroa and three people in her home have been accused of doing. She has been accused of luring the young expectant mother to her home before Marlen was strangled and her baby was cut…
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Missing: Kenneth Howard, 22 months old

UPDATE: I am perfectly okay with eating as much crow as necessary when I can say FINALLY a happy ending with a missing child. Kenneth was found a short distance away from his home on a 50 foot incline. He is doing well and has been reunited with his family. Here we go again. I really hate hearing about missing kids lately because as it usually turns out, the child is murdered by his caretakers….
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Anonymous Comes to Steubenville

It took “outsiders” to help raise voices and awareness to how the subject of rape was perceived in Steubenville, and around the world. It was GLORIOUS to watch the streets fill with people who were in attendance at the Steubenville rallies to support Jane Doe. It was even more amazing to witness the many who then took to the courthouse steps and use the platform to talk about their own stories and truths. I wish…
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