I am not a Amy Schumer fan by any stretch of the imagination especially after she sold herself out to the ‘feminists’ of today. She caved to the political pressure of the ‘women’s movement’ and lost my respect big time. Unfortunately, the movement has become one of all that matters is women and we don’t … More What Happens When a Rape is Reported in the Military?
I am still reeling from the impact this potentially dangerous situation had on both my husband and I upon our return to the closest airport to our home. I haven’t been right since. Let me begin with the fact that this Portland JetPort baggage claim protest isn’t about me and the impact this situation had … More Portland JetPort Baggage Claim Protest Made Dangerous Situation More Dangerous in Public Space Known to Have Existing Security Flaws
Every year 9/11 rolls around and I think it’s gonna be just like any other day. And every year it is not. Every year I am reminded of where I was when the towers in New York became targets and I am left with the same raw feeling I felt that day. This day changed … More A 9/11 Tribute to Our Soldiers
“Your house should be a place where we feel most comfortable, but to someone who wants to pose a threat, there’s no better way to get inside your life than to get inside your home. Let the wrong person in and it could be the last mistake you ever make.” ~A Stranger in My Home … More Investigation Reveals Retired Marine Daniel Vandecar Not Involved in Schutzler Homicide
Sociopath: a person with antisocial personality disorder. Probably the most widely recognized personality disorder. A sociopath is often well liked because of their charm and high charisma, but they do not usually care about other people. They think mainly of themselves and often blame others for the things that they do. They have a complete … More Prosecutor: Navy Petty Officer Rebecca Braswell Considered a Pure Sociopath
Vanity Fair Confidential featured an episode called Don’t Ask Don’t Kill on Investigation Discovery highlighting the case of Army Pfc Barry Winchell at Fort Campbell, Kentucky in 1999. Winchell was bludgeoned to death by a fellow soldier while he lay asleep in his cot on July 5 in the barracks. Winchell was described by his friends as someone … More The Barry Winchell Case Helped End the Don’t Ask Don’t Tell Policy in the Military
Lt Joe Kenda once again displayed phenomenal investigation skills in the episode Death Grip on Homicide Hunter. This particular episode focused on a 1979 report of a car accident in a parking lot that led police on the scene to deduce that this was no accident. A pick up truck hit the side of a residential building … More The Fastest Discharge in Military History