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This seems like a story right out of Breaking Bad (great show). Last month, the Monsignor Kevin Wallin, 61, was arrested for dealing crystal meth, and his colleagues are trying to explain it away by saying he was on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Sure, that makes sense; You’re competent enough to run a meth dealing business that earns you over a very large income, but you’re a Catholic Priest, so you must have something psychologically wrong which makes you act in such a sinful way.
Wallin, a now suspended Roman Catholic Priest, was arrested on Federal drug charges for “allegedly” having methamphetamine mailed to him from co-conspirators in California and making more than $300,000 in drugs sales from his apartment in Waterbury during the second half of last year. This man of God also bought a small adult video and sex toy shop in North Haven. The shop was called ‘Land of Oz & Dorothy’s Place,’ and was apparently purchased to launder all the money he was making.
One of his friends discussed Wallin’s own drug use and stated he looked like ’a refugee from a concentration camp’.
This man was previously the pastor at St. Augustine Parish in Bridgeport, CT for nine years until he resigned in June 2011, citing health and personal problems. According to some, he began questioning his faith and they feel that’s what led to his current situation. One of the church workers had said that ‘(h)e had become disillusioned with the bureaucracy of the church.’ This worker and many others had mentioned that the priest had also been having sex with men for quite awhile.
Five men were arrested and are charged with one count of conspiracy to distribute 500 grams or more of a substance containing methamphetamine and 50 grams of actual methamphetamine. This crime could get them 10 years to life in prison.
Also charged in the case were Kenneth Devries, 52, of Waterbury; Michael Nelson, 40, of Manchester; Chad McCluskey, 43, of San Clemente, California; and Kristen Laschober, 47, of Laguna Niguel, California. Authorities say McCluskey and Laschober were involved in the shipping of methamphetamine to Wallin.
Dailymail - Shackled and in wheelchairs, the infamous Dougherty siblings were led by authorities to a waiting police vehicle hours after they were finally captured in a high-speed police chase and shoot-out on a Colorado highway.
Bank-robbing stripper Lee Grace Dougherty was shot in the leg during the dramatic final shoot-out while her two brothers Dylan and Ryan were injured in the 20-mile, 100mph crash.
The injured trio was then taken to Spanish Peak’s Medical Center to be treated before being transferred in the hospital outfits to prison.
During the earlier chase, Lee-Grace, 29, got out of the gang’s high-powered Subaru Impreza and started shooting at police with a handgun. Officers returned fire, hitting her in the leg.
Her brothers Ryan, 21, and Dylan, 26, fled in a different directions and were arrested a short time later. One brother was apprehended with the help of construction workers who tackled and subdued him.
All three were arrested after the pursuit and gunfight south of the town of Pueblo.
Police recovered two AK-47 assault rifles and a MAC-11 pistol at the crash site. At least one of the AK-47s were used in the rolling gun battle with police.
Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco said about the gang’s capture: ‘I’m proud to say we won. We continuously said that if these three fugitives wanted a battle with law enforcement, we would win that battle. And that’s what happened today.’
By: Kelli Knight
The feds put an end to an online child porn forum that was rewarding members with status, provided they add more images (that they produced themselves) or providing images that hadn’t been seen before. Obviously, this implies that they are given a higher status based on how often they molested children and shared the images with the forum. This is sickening and I’m glad that it was brought to the fed’s attention. Here is a bit from the press release:
Dreamboard members were divided into groups based on status and ranking. The highest level of membership was “Super VIP.”. Individuals who obtained that title had created new images of child pornography by molesting children and shared those images with the board administrators. The next level of membership was “Super VIP,” which was comprised of trusted members of the website. The next level after Super VIP was the VIP rank. Individuals in the lowest level of membership were called Members. Those in the lower ranks could only access a limited quantity of child pornography on the bulletin board. The higher the rank, the more material was available to the member. Individuals advanced to higher levels of membership by providing child abuse images that the individual had produced, providing a large number of images, or providing images that had never been seen before.
As far as how many people were involved, there are more than a hundred, but about 72 individuals that were charged, and 52, arrested.
Thirteen of the 52 individuals arrested have pleaded guilty. To date, 20 of the 72 charged individuals remain at large and are known only by their online identities. Efforts to identify and apprehend these individuals continue.
Full Press Release HERE
A MAN HAS appeared before Limerick District Court charged with ordering his Alsatian dog to have sex with a 43-year-old mother of four, who died from an adverse allergic reaction to the intercourse.
reports that Sean McDonnell, 57, is charged with buggery contrary to Section 61 of the Offences against the Person Act of 1861 – and is believed to be the first person in Ireland to be charged under the legislation.
The Irish Daily Star adds that McDonnell and the deceased woman had discussed the arrangement on a bestiality internet chat room, and that Gardaí are satisfied that the intercourse was consensual.
The Alsatian dog has been kept in quarantine ever since the incident of 7 October, 2008, Patrick O’Connell wrote.
The woman fell ill at around 7:30pm that evening and was rushed to Mid-Western Regional Hospital where she died at around 8pm. Tests showed she had died of anaphylaxis, a severe allergic reaction similar to that prompted by peanut allergies.
The Sun’s Barry Moran said McDonnell could face a life sentence in prison if found guilty.
If you have an allergic reaction to something, you probably shouldn’t fuck it. I mean, especially when it’s already rather disgusting to participate in. When I read that she was a mother of four, I got a little sick because I couldn’t imagine what her children must be going through: in all aspects. Luckily they were able to determine that she was a willing participant and this man won’t be getting in trouble for murder. Still, I’m confused as to why there are chat rooms and places to set these kinds of things up? I know it’s a fetish, but it just seems a little too far out there for me.