Friday Aug 29
Man must get new sentence in N.H. killings, court rules
Robert W. Tulloch, who admitted murdering Dartmouth University professors Half and Susanne Zantop in their Etna, N.H., home must have his life imprisonment without parole sentence vacated because he was a juvenile when he committed the killings, the New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled today.
Quick Lit: Reviewing The Hour of Parade
The Hour of Parade , by Etna, N.H., author Alan Bray , is a psychological novel on par with Irvin D. Yalom's When Nietzsche Wept .
New York Daily News
Teens murder Dartmouth professors for cash to start their life of crime together
In need of cash to live their dream adventure of Australia and a life of crime, James Parker, 16, and Robert Tulloch, 17, posed as environmental students doing research in order to gain access into homes.
Jim Rubens outside his Etna home, with Mount Croydon in the distance.
The issues are the economy and jobs, the nation's deficit and debt, and protecting privacy in an age of intrusive government.