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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Amanda Knox declared innocent, finally. September 2015

Amanda Knox decision explained by Italian court

It's been eight years since the body of 21-year-old British student Meredith Kercher was found half-dressed on the tile floor of her student apartment in Perugia, Italy, raped and murdered.

During that time, Kercher's American roommate Amanda Knox and Knox's boyfriend at the time, Italian citizen Raffaele Sollecito, were twice convicted and twice acquitted of her murder.

Citing "glaring errors," "investigative amnesia," and "guilty omissions," the five-judge panel said that the prosecutors who won the original murder conviction failed to prove a "whole truth" to back up the scenario that Knox, Sollecito and Ivory Coast native Rudy Guede killed Kercher. 

The perpetrator of these errors and omissions would be Giuliano Mignini, the weirdo and oddly driven prosecutor who has illusions and delusions of devil cults, sexual perversion and conspiracies. An Italian official. Rudy Guede is 8 years through his 16 year sentence sentence for Merediths death, by the way.  Knox and Sollecito are free.

Giuliano Mignini had previously prosecuted the "Monster of Florence" serial killer case and became convinced it was a masonic conspiracy. His case came to nothing. Mignini was later convicted of illegally tapping the phones of various police and reporters connected to the Florence case and was given a 16-month suspended sentence.

Somehow, he was allowed to be in charge of the Kercher murder, and he screwed that up too.

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Stern is a Loser. We knew that. Old story update...

                                             
                                                 
Convictions in the Anna Nicole Smith Case October of 2010:
Psychiatrist, lawyer convicted in Anna Nicole Smith case


LOS ANGELES – 2010 The key people in Anna Nicole Smith’s life, those who she believed had her back--her psychiatrist Khristine Eroshevich, and her companion Howard K. Stern, an attorney, were convicted of conspiracy in connection with obtaining drugs for the reality star and Playboy model before her death in 2007.
“This case illustrates the problem of the overuse of prescription medicine in today’s society,” he added. “Medical professionals have a responsibility to ensure that the strict ethical guidelines of their profession are followed in prescribing medicine as part of the care of their patients.”

The jury convicted Khristine Eroshevich, 62, the psychiatrist, and Howard K. Stern, 41, Smith’s companion, of two counts of conspiracy to commit the crimes of obtaining a controlled substance by false name or address, and issuing a prescription that is false or fictitious. The time period covered by the counts was from June 2004 until February 2007 when Smith died in Florida of a drug overdose. The jury failed to reach a consensus on the other allegations in the conspiracy counts, including prescribing, administering and dispensing controlled substances to an addict; unlawfully prescribing a controlled substance; issuing a prescription that is false or fictitious; and violating the state Business and Professions Code.


Eroshevich also was convicted of one count each of obtaining a prescription of opiates by fraud, deceit or misrepresentation, and obtaining a prescription for opiates by giving a false name or address. The jury was evenly split between guilty and not guilty on two additional counts against Eroshevich – unlawfully prescribing a controlled substance and prescribing, administering or dispensing controlled substances to “Anna Nicole Smith, an addict.”

Stern was found not guilty of a third conspiracy count that also named the acquitted doctor, Sandeep Kapoor, 42. In addition, Stern was found not guilty of six additional counts involving obtaining and furnishing drugs for Smith. Besides the conspiracy count, Kapoor was found not guilty of another conspiracy charge and four additional counts involving furnishing the drugs.

April 24, 2016
Anna Nicole Smith is dead from drugs she was being spoon fed by these two knuckle-heads, and they take no responsibility. Not to mention her son, whom in my humble opinion was poisoned by Howard K Stern in Anna's hospital room via methadone in a go-cup, and that he held her daughter hostage from her biological father, and that he stole all of ANS's estate that he had managed to hide or get in his name. He hovered over Anna so long because he wanted his share of J Howard Marshall's estate for "attorney fees" for Mrs Marshall. As a matter of fact, now it's Stern v. Marshall.  This guy was really hanging his star on this case.

Monday, August 26, 2013

Adoptive Parents pay a fine for fraud. Where is Adam Hermann?

The Prairie Chicken
Saul RelativeJan 7, 2009

The Charley Project

A Timeline: Adam Hermann

The Wichita Eagle
Published Monday, August 1, 2011
Updated March 30, 2012





Adam Herrman, Missing for Ten Years; Parents Doug and Valerie Herrman "Persons of Interest;"

Adoptive Parents Gave Up Looking for Adam Herrman Out of "Exasperation"

Missing boy's parents get maximum sentence for fraud | Wichita Eagle


This is pathetic.  The Herrman's know what happened to this little boy. 
They get reduced restitution of 15K, 5K in court costs each.  They have let this woman get away with disposing of a boy she didn't like. There is no justice for this child.

Thursday, September 06, 2012

Drew Peterson bites the dust!

The Prairie Chicken
September 6, 2012

Everyone in the world knows by now that Drew Peterson was found guilty this afternoon of the 2004 1st degree murder of Kathleen Savio, his ex-wife.  All that's left is the number of years he gets to live in the penitentiary.  I find 60 a nice round number.

The verdict itself was not much of a surprise but you never know for sure, one has to ponder the state of the judicial system and the results of these "sensational" trials, the effect of the media scrutiny on the entire cast from the judge to the victim.  It's all a crap shoot. 

Peterson's team of attorneys will, no doubt, have years of work filing appeals, fighting the inclusion of Kathleen Savio's hearsay statements. 

The Bolingbrook folks can rest assured that Peterson won't be skulking around the neighborhood any time soon, and if he ever gets an opportunity to do so, he won't have a position of authority to back up his bullying.

Hopefully, the families of Kathleen Savio and Stacy Cales Peterson, 4th wife of Peterson who is currently missing, will be able to contact the children of their dear lost one, something that has not happened since shortly after Stacy's disappearance.  The children have had no contact with their mothers families.  Peterson's way of getting rid of them for good. 

Various news web sources have reported that Stephen, Peterson's son from his first marriage has been raising his four younger siblings, apparently with Peterson's police pension of $6,000 monthly, more or less.  That pension should be withdrawn, with Peterson's crime having been committed while he was an active Bolingbrook police officer.  Stephen himself was fired from the same police department several years ago, so he'd have to find a job.  Bar's always need bouncers. 

Then there is Peterson's oldest son Eric.  He has stayed far away from the spotlight and drama of his fathers world.  All I've read about him was a statement that he had no feeling either way about his father.  No love, no hate.  His privacy should definitely be respected, but I still have to wonder why.

So now remains the last piece of this whole ugly puzzle.  Where is Stacy Cales Peterson?  At least when she's found, Drew Peterson will be easy to find.