This is Patrick Dell, 41 of Riviera Beach, FL and sadly on September 27th, 2010 as a result of his rage, there has been yet again another fatal case of domestic violence along with neighbors that, “didn’t want to get involved.”
In this case there was no question as to the evil that lurked in this home. It harbored a well documented and often publically witnessed history of violent domestic violence, willful and blatant acts of intimidation, control and threats of bodily harm up to and including death against his wife, Natasha Whyte-Dell, 36.
Still, despite the history of abuse and these often public threats against both his wife and children, Patrick Dell was able to follow through with his years of abuse and threats. in spite of the commotion waking several neighbors, and startling some still out in their back yards, not one soul called 911.
Perhaps someone will be able to explain why children are so often considered as disposable.
This cute little guy is Aiyden Davis. His infectious smile and giggles were his trademarks, the first thing you’d noticed about him. He would have turned three years old this month if he had been as loved as his surviving relatives claim he was. Sometimes love means doing what is hard and difficult, not what is convenient and easy. It means taking a stand because no one else will. You do what you must because you love someone.
Susana Puente De Jesus was a 37-year-old widower from Pearland, TX. Ms. De Jesus was known for being a caring, sweet woman whom was loved by many, enjoyed cooking for her family and taking care of her 2 chihuahuas. I’m sure as she began her day on Feb. 2, 2009 it never crossed her mind that her life would take a drastic turn for the worse.
Susana Puente De Jesus was the assistant manager at Catherine’s Plus Size clothing in Pearland. Her co-workers said she seemed a bit nervous and shaken all day but did not give a reason. Susana and her co-worker locked up the shop at the end of the night like they had many other nights.
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A little girl is one of the most precious gifts a person could be blessed with. After having two boys, I was ecstatic to have a baby girl of my own, and although I love all of my children, my daughter holds a special place in my heart.
Most mothers would die to protect their children. Most mothers (and many women in general) would die to protect the life of a child who isn’t even their own. Latasha Pulliam is not one of these mothers and if there is a hell, I know the devil won’t hesitate to snatch her up and take her there.
JURY REJECTS INSANITY CLAIM, SENTENCE SISOUVANH SYNHAVONG TO LIFE WITHOUT PAROLE
from the article by Paul Horton – TriCity Herald
Phiengchai Sisouvanh Synhavong showed no reaction Tuesday as she stood before a jury that decided she should be sent to prison for the gruesome slaying of a pregnant Pasco mother two years ago.
Defense claims that the 25-year-old Kennewick woman was insane when she repeatedly stabbed Araceli Camacho Gomez and cut Gomez’s baby from her womb in June 2008, weren’t enough to sway Benton County Superior Court jurors.
After 11 days of testimony, it took less than seven hours of deliberating before they found Sisouvanh Synhavong guilty of aggravated first-degree murder.
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, is an island on the East coast of Canada. It is about the size of Japan, but with a population of fewer than 100,000 covering the whole area. People travel from around the world to visit, as we are famous for stunning natural beauty and scenery, having some of the friendliest people you’ll ever encounter, having a rich history of coal mining, and being home to The Alexander Graham Bell Museum and the historic Fortress of Louisbourg.
Outside of the scenic beauty of the highlands and the trails and beaches, we of course have our “city”, the booming metropolis (population a staggering 24,000) of Sydney.
It’s not often when I get to give you folks this kind of feel-good story. Well, maybe feel-good story isn’t the appropriate term to use here, but after reading about the final outcome of Laura Ashley Hall’s recent re-sentencing hearing for felony tampering with evidence in the 2005 murder of Jennifer Cave, I know I felt really, really good.
In order to experience the same feeling I did, you need to know some background information. Hall was originally sentenced to five years in 2007 for her role in Jennifer’s murder, but filed an appeal with Texas’ Third District Court Of Appeals, claiming the prosecution withheld crucial evidence. The court agreed (View The Court’s Decision Here), and Laura Ashley Hall was given a new sentencing hearing.
WILLIAMS’ TEARFUL PLEA FOR FORGIVENESS FALLS ON DEAF EARS, SENTENCED TO LIFE IN PRISON
from the article by Chris Cobb – The Ottawa Citizen
In the end, the sight of a tearful Russell Williams asking to be forgiven moved no one.
Minutes before being driven to Kingston Penitentiary in Ontario where he will likely spend the rest of his days, Williams surprised the packed courtroom by accepting Justice Robert Scott’s invitation to speak — a pre-sentencing formality convicted criminals regularly decline.
The serial killer spent had most of his previous three days in court sitting with his head bowed. When he stood Thursday, lawyers, police, news reporters and the public fell silent and were transfixed.