Jonathan Drew, Associated Press Updated 12:12 pm CDT, Tuesday, March 19, 2019 This undated booking photo shows Brady Lorenzo Shackelford, whose conviction for stalking was overturned on March 19, 2019 when a North Carolina appeals court ruled that the social media posts underpinning his charges were protected by free-speech rights. Court documents say Shackelford repeatedly called a woman he met at a North Carolina church in 2015 his "soul mate" and future wife in Google Plus posts. (Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office via AP) less This undated booking photo shows Brady Lorenzo Shackelford, whose conviction for stalking was overturned on March 19, 2019 when a North Carolina appeals court ruled that the social media posts underpinning his ... more Photo: Drew, Jonathan, AP Photo: Drew, Jonathan, … [Read more...] about Court: Online free speech rights trump stalking conviction
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By Brent Zwerneman, Houston Chronicle and Brooke A. Lewis Updated 3:45 pm CST, Friday, January 11, 2019 Robin Chiswell, 60, was arrested in November on a felony stalking charge, accused of sending a woman several threatening messages and following her for at least nine months in 2018, court records show. Robin Chiswell, 60, was arrested in November on a felony stalking charge, accused of sending a woman several threatening messages and following her for at least nine months in 2018, court records show. Photo: Houston Police Department Photo: Houston Police Department Image 1 of / 10 Caption Close Image 1 of 10 Robin Chiswell, 60, was arrested in November on a felony stalking charge, accused of sending a woman several threatening messages and following her for at least nine … [Read more...] about Philanthropist Carolyn Farb ‘alarmed, embarrassed, tormented’ by stalker’s threats, police say
A SCHOOLGIRL was tormented by bullies before she was discovered in a critical condition at her home and later died. Darian Rouse, 16, was rushed to hospital over the weekend but tragically died on Monday morning. Family and friends have flooded her Facebook wall with tributes, most expressing how shocked and devastated they were. In a display of solidarity, her loved ones have changed their profile pictures on social media to feature the slogan "I stand against bullying". One well-wisher wrote on Facebook: "Heartfelt sympathies to Mark, Donna, Keela, Mark and extended families and friends. "Words cannot describe the pain and sorrow your family is enduring. "Whatever happened to 'if you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all? "Some people going on about schools need to do more about bullying, this is such a hard one as there’s only so much they can do and bullying is a strong word. "Personally I think as parents should be taking more … [Read more...] about Schoolgirl, 16, ‘tormented by bullies’ before she was found unwell at home and died
GRIEF is deeply etched in the face of the mother of murdered toddler James Bulger. Denise Fergus has been through the torments of hell and her agony never goes away. Jon Venables was so haunted by James Bulger killing during the murder trail he thought he had ‘baby smell’ on his clothes Just this week, this brave woman, forced herself to watch a documentary about her son’s killers. She wasn’t told in advance what it contained and sat in tears throughout. At one point, when details of her son’s violent murder were revealed, she had to leave the room. James Bulger: The New Revelations claimed fresh information about the case, and for the first time aired audio of Jon Venables, confessing to killing the two-year-old in 1993. James Bulger: The New Revelations doc reveals statements made by Robert Thompson, the accomplice to Jon Venables in two-year-old's murder It was utterly chilling and I don’t know how Denise coped with hearing those words. Her pain … [Read more...] about Murdered toddler James Bulger’s mum Denise still can’t mourn for her son in peace after being ‘tormented by his sick killers’
Q: MY 15-YEAR-OLD son never reads fiction, although he does read plenty of online text. Is his refusal to read novels likely to affect his reading ability and performance in GCSE English? He argues th[...] You have reached your limit of free articles Registered users get 5 regular articles and 1 free Premium article per week. … [Read more...] about Ask the Expert: My son only reads online text – could this affect his reading skills?