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11:33 am on Thursday, May 23, 2013
Yes. I double-checked.
1:20 pm on Friday, May 17, 2013
OK, now that's scary.
10:07 am on Friday, May 17, 2013
Agreed Kenneth. Someone is always willing to help out. I forgot to put Bridgeway's number in this story originally (it's there now), but there many places to go, and many places to help women get out of these situations. Women being abused should know they're never alone -- that's just a lie they want you to believe.
Agreed Kenneth. Someone is always willing to help out. I forgot to put Bridgeway's number in this story originally (it's there now), but there many places to go, and many places to help women get out of these situations.
9:41 am on Monday, May 13, 2013
Mia - I hope everything works out for the best for the three children and your family. It's true that drugs take a lot more than lives of those who overdose. They also take away the person a drug addict used to be and could have been, and that has a dreadful impact on those around them.
10:19 pm on Tuesday, May 7, 2013
I wondered the same thing Mehl '94. I wonder how much of the evidence might be admissable under the circumstances of the search. I'm not saying more charges won't be brought, but if not, that could be the reason.
9:00 am on Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Obviously, we walk a fine line between reporting that a person has been charged with a crime when they are innocent until proven guilty. Nicole's reasoning is a big part of why we proceed in this manner.
But we also have police investigators and the prosecuting attorney's office saying, yes, a crime occurred here and we believe the evidence says this is the person who did it. And that's exactly what we report: what police and prosecutors are saying. Being human, they are wrong from time to time.
There has been one case where, because I wasn't even sure the incident was technically a crime (although it was a horrible thing to do), I am withholding the person's name. I'll report the name if and when the court says, yes, there's enough evidence to determine a crime has been committed and it begins moving through the system.
8:33 pm on Sunday, May 5, 2013
Several comments have been removed. Let's stick to the terms of service, watch the language and no accusations of criminal activity unless there have been charges brought.
6:26 pm on Saturday, May 4, 2013
First, I did not call Ms. Knight "a girl." I was responding to a commenter whose name tag reads "a girl." Second, if you read "a girl's" comments, you'll see nobody is excusing the alleged actions of Ms. Knight, which I pointed out again in my comment.
3:29 pm on Friday, May 3, 2013
Interesting point, a girl. I understand you're not excusing Ms. Knight's actions -- and I agree there are life events that make it impossible or inadvisable to attend class. I know a friend who had a professor (at another university) with a similar policy, and he was knocked down a letter grade for attending his father's funeral. Seems as though it would encourage sick students to attend classes, too.
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