Monday, July 13, 2020
Hope Zeferjohn

How Kansas Made Sex Trafficking Victim Hope Zeferjohn Into A Criminal

Hope Zeferjohn waits to see if Governor Laura Kelly will grant clemency after being denied by Governor Sam Brownback's successor Jeff Colyer.
The Palace

The Palace Has Offered A Safe Haven For Sex Offenders For Over A Decade

The Palace Mobile Home Park located in St. Petersburg, Florida houses over 100 convicted sex offenders at any given point of time.
Public Invited To Funeral For Veteran Edward K. Pearson With No Family

Public Invited To Funeral For Veteran Edward K Pearson With No Family

The public has been invited to a funeral for Sarasota, Florida veteran Edward K Pearson after the cemetery was not able to find family.

Parents Sue Illinois Hospitals, DCFS Over Vitamin K Shots For Newborns

In 2015 the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services made a policy that deemed vitamin K shots in newborns "medically necessary."
Texas DFPS Faces Backlash For Removal Of 4-Year-Old Drake Pardo

Texas DFPS Faces Backlash For Removal Of 4-Year-Old Drake Pardo

According to the video, a friend of Ashley and Daniel has witnessed the horrifying removal of the Pardo's 4-year-old son, Drake Pardo.

Activist’s Attempted Suicide Leads To Domestic Terrorism Charges

Ryan thought he finally had a way to plan his own death and do so in a way that would hopefully inspire people into activism.
Pictures Show Galveston Police Walking Donald Neely With A Leash

Pictures Show Galveston Police Walking Donald Neely With A Leash

Family of Donald Neely were shocked to see pictures of him handcuffed being walked through the streets of Galveston by two officers on horses.

Wyoming Valley West School District Threatens CPS For Unpaid Lunch Bill

Parents in Pennsylvania are outraged after the Wyoming Valley West School District threatened their children could end up in foster care if parents do not pay their overdue school lunch bills.
Philippines war on drugs

Human Rights Council Creates Resolution For Philippine War On Drugs

U.N.'s Human Rights Council voted to approve a resolution that calls for scrutiny in regards to the Philippine government's war on drugs.

Asylum-Seeking Migrants Keep Their Right To A Bond Hearing

A federal judge in Seattle ruled on Tuesday that asylum-seeking migrants detained for entering the U.S. illegally have the right to a bond hearing instead of being detained indefinitely until their case is completed.