Monday, May 26, 2008

Trench Reynolds: DBKP This Week in Crime, May 18-24

May 18th-24th, 2008

Trench Reynolds
I'm Trench Reynolds.

I blog about crime.

This is the DBKP Week in Crime for May 18th-24th, 2008

At craigscrimelist I posted about the reality of child prostitution on craigslist. No matter how much the deniers protest it is happening.

Over at I've been keeping an eye on the Philly police beating and how the victims, who are also shooting suspects, are being supported by a pro-cop killing group and a lawyer who can't stay out of jail.

At News of Doom Florida widened its lead with a story about a woman who kept her adopted kids in cages. Stories like this always amaze me considering how hard it is for families to adopt in this country.

The story of the week at MyCrimeSpace was the one about the 17-year-old who posted nude pics of his 16-year-old ex on MySpace. He was warned by police to take them down and had a less than eloquent response.

At Psycho for Love I posted a story about the Nevada State Representative that stabbed her husband of 7 weeks because he embarrassed her in front of friends. I'm sure there's a 'slash the state budget' joke in there somewhere.

At Vice Tube I posed the question to Google on how can they censor the internet for a country of a billion people but can't prevent snuff videos from being posted to YouTube.

And lastly at TheTrenchcoat Chronicles I posted about a 33-year-old who conspired with a 16-year-old to commit mass murder and how there was child porn on the 33-year-old's computer. Was he really interested in school shootings or grooming his intended victim?

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That's it for this week. Until next time I'm Trench Reynolds for DBKP. And even though Memorial Day is for military it wouldn't hurt to thank a member of law enforcement either. They keep the peace at home while our troops are fighting overseas.

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