This is 35-year-old Steven R. Johnson.
In 1996, when he was 18, Steven Johnson was convicted for aiding and abetting criminal sexual conduct. Specifically, he and a friend of his handcuffed a girl in a car, then raped her.
During his trial, psychological testing indicated that Mr. Johnson was:
…particularly defective in his capacity for empathy.
He also indicated that he had:
…a pathological sexual adjustment that is not likely to be improved very much by the time he leaves prison.
You don’t say?
Steven R. Johnson was given a sentence of 17 years and two months for that, back in 1996. Of course, thanks to good time, he was released in February of 2008.
We’ve talked about Rodney Alcala before.
He’s a wonderful human being and was one of the more interesting Dating Game contestants.
There are photos that Huntington Beach Police would like to get out into the general public so people who may be able to identify the people who are featured on these photos, will be able to do so.
Take a look. If you know anything about these, contact Huntington Beach, California Police Detective Patrick Ellis at 714-375-5066 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
More pictures can be found in this extremely inconvenient slideshow here.
Written by Homer
Throughout the history of mankind, admirable deeds and tragic sacrifices have been made in the name of patriotism. We know there’s a reason why Russians call their country Mother Russia, why the 4th of July is a national holiday in the United States, and why Inter Milan and AS Roma soccer fans forget their differences for ninety minutes every time Italy is playing. For some, patriotism is a very clearly defined concept, and is symbolized by a uniform. For others, it’s more than that, and the definition stretches beyond just defending your land. But we all know homesickness when we feel it, and that sense of home, of belonging, is at the root of all patriotism, and the desire to defend what we hold close to our hearts.
NEELY DINKINS, DRUNK DRIVER WHO FATALLY DRAGGED BABY GIRL ONE MILE TO HIS LONG BEACH HOME, GETS 36 YEARS
By Dennis Romero – LA Weekly (The Informer)
In one of the more heinous crimes we’ve ever come across, a drunk driver hit and dragged a baby girl in her toy wagon all the way to his home. She died.
Now the man, 35-year-old Neely Lejon Dinkins, will be dragged through the state prison system, but maybe for not as long as you’d like.
He was sentenced today to nearly 37 years behind bars, the District Attorney’s office announced.
Dinkins had a strike on his record — a 1994 robbery conviction — prosecutors say.
JORDAN BROWN SENTENCED, DEFENSE PLANS APPEAL
from the article by Mark E. Crepp – The Beaver County (PA) Times
Jordan Brown will be in a secured juvenile treatment facility until his 21st birthday, a Lawrence County judge ruled Friday morning in a closed-door hearing.
But one of his defense attorneys, Dennis Elisco, said he plans to file an appeal of the adjudication, which found Brown delinquent of first-degree murder and criminal homicide of an unborn child — the juvenile court equivalent of a guilty verdict.
The appeals process has to start within 30 days. The appeal will be forwarded to the state Superior Court to set a date for oral arguments, which will be about two months. Elisco said he also plans to ask for a new trial for Brown.
In spite of my best attempts to eat, smoke and otherwise put myself six feet under, I find myself still alive and well, even though, as the song goes, “Every now and then, you know it’s kind of hard to tell.”
To keep it short, back on Labor Day of last year I found myself with a bad case of pneumonia. I ended up passing out, and on the ambulance ride to the hospital, my heart stopped (Again? This is getting very old). Fortunately, the Docs managed to get it going again, but I was out for long enough to cause some brain damage.
Written By ANONYMOUS
Have you ever met someone and within the first few moments of getting to know them you knew you would eventually read about them doing something heinous and disgusting? Some vibe about the person gave you the total impression that they have the capability of committing an evil act?
Pop quiz time. If your child steals from his sibling, what do you do?
a) Deprive him of television.
b) Deprive him of video games.
c) Deprive him of toys.
d) Deprive him of the necessities of life.
Unhappily for 10-year-old Jonathan James, his f*cktard father Michael Ray James and his hellbeast stepmother Tina Maria Alberson chose option (d).
After accusing this loving, good-natured boy of taking guitar strings from a sibling, this pair of murderous morons decided to punish him by making him stand at the window of a room that lacked air conditioning. What’s bad about that? They made him stand there for five days. In the full sunshine. With degrees reaching 106°F. Without water. For five days. No water.
Jonathan’s twin brother Joseph knew he was getting sick. He knew Jonathan needed water, and he was only 10. How could Michael James and Tina Alberson not know? They knew. Living in Dallas, Texas they knew about heat, yet they deprived this young boy of water to the point of death and beyond.
Damn them to hell.