Tag Archive: United States

Spitting On Our Judicial System

If you are not a native American, then someone in your family has traveled from far away to make their new life in the United States of America.  Many families have relatives who came through  Ellis Island which welcomed millions of newly arrived immigrants in the 60-years that it was open.  In fact, it has been estimated that close to 40 percent of all current U.S. citizens can trace at least one of their ancestors…
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Name: Unknown

A few years back, I became involved in trying to give an unidentified woman her name back.   She was found off of a service road in Brazoria County, Texas.   There were many murdered women who were dumped in and around this area in Brazoria County.   When a local pulled off of the road to relieve himself, he found the remains which were skeletal.   According to the medical examiner, her remains had…
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Justice Redefined?

Justice…I’ve seen the word bandied about plenty over the past few months, and I am truly trying to figure out how there is ever justice in a child’s murder case.  Will their cries for justice bring back a dead child that had she not been cute and white – they probably wouldn’t give a crap about anyhow.  How does calling for the death of her mother actually provide justice for Caylee?  Are their caws for…
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Fall Has Fallen

Autumn is my MOST favorite season of all time, but sadly the one that follows is not.  Since I have had spinal fusion surgery the cold weather is really a bummer and causes me much grief because of the arthritis and pain.  However, it is just as beautiful as autumn is – just a wee bit colder. This photo was taken at Babcock State Park in West Virginia.  There are so many photo opportunities in…
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