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BREAKING NEWS: Report states Kelly Soo Park beat, killed Juliana Redding

-post updated at 6:04pm PST ANALYSIS So today…we learned that 44-year-old Kelly Soo Park *is* charged in the death of Juliana Redding.  And that Ronnie Wayne Case, 34, is *not* charged.  If you’ve been following the case here in recent days, you’ll recall that the news release issued by the Santa Monica Police Department (dated […]

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Judge sets Wayne Bent’s bond at $150,000 (VIDEO & PODCAST)

https://www.https://https://www.beyond90seconds.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/07/beyond90seconds_9.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadUpdate:  (July 23): Attorney:  Don’t fringe on religeous freedom (The Raton Range) The Raton Range delivers excellent coverage of Wayne Bent’s July 18 arraignment.  The newspaper launches into the story with this lead paragraph: The attorney for the leader of what many people refer to as a cult that […]

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Bent court date Friday; no confirmation that State returned “Healed” to parents

Update: (July 18 ) Judge sets Wayne Bent’s bond at $150,000 (July 17)  If you’ve spent time following any criminal or civil case, you know it’s not uncommon for court dates to change.  But a a check with New Mexico’s Union County District Court Clerk this morning confirmed that controversial church leader Wayne Bent (aka […]

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IMPORTANT UPDATE: Arraignment date set for Wayne Bent

Update: (July 18 ) Judge sets Wayne Bent’s bond at $150,000 (At about 12:30pm PST on July 10, Beyond90Seconds.com first reported that an arraignment date had just been set for the Wayne Bent case.  Less than an hour later, the arraignment date had been rescheduled.  This story has been updated to include the new arraignment […]

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Pedro Espinoza mug shot and booking sheet

*updates Los Angeles Times, LAPD chief vows to clarify policy on immigrants, April 17 Los Angeles Police Chief William J. Bratton said Wednesday that the department’s controversial policy on dealing with illegal immigrants was widely misunderstood by the public and some of his own officers, and he would clarify the rule in the next couple […]

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