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In the News; June 23, 2008

Getting back to normal in the Midwest.
Experts say that the Mississippi still well above it's banks as the river is cresting.
In Mark Twain's hometown, Hannibal the town's levees would hold as the river begins to recede.
Now to get back to normal, count your blessings and attempt to get back to farming. The big concern in the future will be the invasion of mosquitoes as a result of the water.
Baby Dolphin finally saved.
In early June, teams from Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute were taking photographs in the Indian River Lagoon when they found a baby dolphin wrapped in a motor boat belt.
The teams lost track of the calf at the time. Luckily, after two weeks of searching, a team of rescuers located the baby and its mother near the Sebastian Inlet.
They were able to cut the belt off from around the neck of the baby dolphin.


Daycare Gone BAD.

This photo released by the Smith County Sheriff's Office shows Patrick Kelly.  On Monday, June 23, 2008, Kelly is scheduled to stands trial in Tyler, Texas, for his alleged role in the 'Mineola Swinger's Club' where prosecutors say four children, ages 5 through 7, were forced to have sex and dance for an audience of adults.  (AP Photo/Smith County Sheriff's Office)
photo released by the Smith County Sheriff's Office shows Patrick Kelly. Patrick Kelly, 41, is charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child, tampering with physical evidence and engaging in organized criminal activity.

In a small Texas community, defendants have been convicted of grooming kids for sex shows in "kindergarten" classes. They gave Vicodin to the kids and called the drugs "silly pills". Residents thought there were swinger parties going on; didn't know children involved
The front rooms of a former day care center had no windows. Children as young as 5 were fed powerful painkillers they knew as "silly pills" and forced to perform sex shows for a crowd of adults.

Two people have already been convicted in the case. Now a third person with ties to the club, is set to go on trial. In all, six adults have been charged in connection with the case, including a parent of the three siblings involved.
According to a Mineola police report, the department first investigated a complaint in June 2005 in which the siblings' foster mother said one of the girls described dancing toward men and another child saying that "everybody does nasty stuff in there."

Remember the guy who put his life up for sale?

Bidding is at around $150,000. The man is selling his house, car, job and even an introduction to his friends on eBay. "On the day it's all sold and settled, I intend to walk out of my front door with my wallet in one pocket and my passport in the other, nothing else at all," he said on his Web site,

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steven said...

That guy is a psycho bastard!
Good thing he's in Texas where they seem to love the death penalty.

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