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Billy the Kid’s Pardon

New Mexico governor, Bill Richardson, has mere hours left to decide whether or not to pardon “Billy the Kid” in the killing of a sheriff.  The case dates back to 1881…so why the New Year’s Eve deadline you may ask?…

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Honest to a Fault

When high school drop-out  James  Palmer was stopped by police for behaving suspiciously in front of a local high school Palmer tried talking his way out of trouble.  This became increasingly difficult when police found an ounce of marijuana divided…

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Sherlock Holmes and Forensics

Sherlock Holmes and forensics had a connection. Sherlock Holmes was a fictitious detective who is thought to have been born in the mid to late 19th century though his true birth year can be attributed to 1887 when Scottish author Sir Arthur…

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Schizophrenia and Personality Disorder

Many people get schizophrenia and personality disorder confused, especially since movies and television shows tend to use the terms interchangeably. Schizophrenia is what is considered a "thought disorder," which means that disturbances in the thought process drive the illness.  Symptoms…

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That Must Be Some Good Pizza!

Mary Gorsuch entered a small variety store located in Maine demanding money while threatening to shoot the frightened clerk. The threatened clerk did as told and handed over several hundred dollars. Satisfied with her day's work and having worked up…

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