I'm Trench Reynolds.
I blog about crime.
This is the DBKP Week in Crime for May 11th-17th, 2008
At craigscrimelist I received an e-mail from a reader who said that there was a possible predator in Tampa using craigslist to find his victims. craigslist is a scary place if you're not educated or have the right guide.
My favorite blurb from CrimeNe.ws this week was about another injustice of New Jersey eliminating its death penalty.
The most enraging story for the week at News of Doom was a story about a 12-year-old girl from Missouri who was trained to be a dominatrix and child prostitute. The child's 'mother' allowed a man and woman to do this.
In News of Doom scoring news the unholy triumvirate of Florida, Texas, and New York sit atop the standings. Click here to see where your state stands.
At MyCrimeSpace the story of the week was undoubtedly the federal indictment of Lori Drew. However a new video of the Victoria Lindsay beating was also released this past week.
At Psycho for Love a close friend of mine asked me to do him a favor by posting a story about a Texas woman who was beaten to death with a baseball bat by her ex-husband. The cowardly scumbag left three kids parentless. There's information for donations at the post.
Vice Tube was back on track this past week with posts about the alleged teenage rape victim her took to YouTube for telling her story. However it may not be about justice.
And lastly at TheTrenchcoat Chronicles I'd like to point out two posts I made this past week. The first one asks why do we need video to be outraged about crimes in this country? The other one is about a policeman's son who served 50 days out of a nine month sentence for plotting an attack against his school, while an innocent kid, in my opinion, served all of his sentence for the same plot. Preferential treatment? You tell me.
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That's it for this week. Until next time I'm Trench Reynolds for DBKP.
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