Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Jeffrey Epstein dead in apparent suicide

NEW YORK - Jeffrey Epstein, the financier who was long dogged by accusations of sexual abuse of girls and who was able to cultivate a stream of high-profile friends despite his lurid lifestyle, killed himself in his Manhattan jail cell, two law enforcement officials said on Saturday. (New York Times)

Netflix indicted by Texas Grand Jury over controversial film ‘Cuties’

Netflix has been indicted on a criminal charge that alleges the streaming giant promotes “lewd visual material” of a child. A Tyler County, Texas grand jury moved to return an indictment against Netflix on Sept. 23, Fox News confirmed on Tuesday via court documents. (Fox News)

Vatican treasurer guilty of abusing 13-yr-old boys

MELBOURNE - Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell has been found guilty on five charges of child sexual abuse committed more than two decades ago against 13-year-old boys in Australia - the most senior Catholic cleric to be convicted of child sex offences. (Daily Star)
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  • Jeffrey Epstein Indictments unsealed

    News of billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Esptein‘s arrest Saturday on child sex trafficking charges sparked more than a day’s worth of speculation as to what the indictment brought by the Southern District of New York might say. There’s no longer a reason to speculate because the indictment was unsealed on Monday morning. (Law and Crime.com)
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  • Order of Canada member Peter Dalglish jailed 16 years in Nepal for child sexual abuse

    A prominent Canadian aid worker convicted of sexually assaulting children in Nepal has been jailed for 16 years, one of his lawyers said on Monday. In addition to the prison term, the court ordered Peter Dalglish to pay his victims the equivalent of $5,000 US each, Nader Hasan said. (CBC)

    California ‘house of horror’ parents sentenced to life in prison

    RIVERSIDE - The California “house of horrors” parents who abused and tortured 12 of their 13 children were sentenced to life in prison Friday with the possibility of parole after 25 years. (Fox News)
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  • Police identify 16 new potential victims after arrest of ex-Montreal police officer, hockey coach

    Longueuil police have identified 16 potential new victims in connection with François Lamarre, a former hockey coach and retired Montreal police officer who is facing charges related to the alleged sexual assault of four minors. (Global News)

    R Kelly charged with sexually abusing 4 victims, at least 3 minors

    CHICAGO - More than a decade after surviving a high-profile child pornography trial, R. Kelly on Friday was back in police custody — this time accused of sexual misconduct with underage girls. (Chicago Sun Times)

    Bait diaper leads to arrest of sex offender

    PRINCE GEORGE - A convicted sex offender was sentenced Wednesday to a further two years less a day in jail, plus three years’ probation, after he was caught in a police sting violating the terms of his long-term supervision order and showing signs of turning back to his old ways. (The Province)

    U.S. Marshalls found 39 missing children during two week operation in Georgia

    The U.S. Marshals Service found 39 missing children in Georgia over two weeks in a mission known as "Operation Not Forgotten," the agency announced in a press release Thursday. The operation led to the rescue of 26 children and the safe location of 13 others. (CBS News)

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