Military blows up mortar left for jud...

Military blows up mortar left for judge as a gift

There are 6 comments on the WHDH story from Aug 12, 2011, titled Military blows up mortar left for judge as a gift. In it, WHDH reports that:

It was the gift that came with a bang. The wife of Mississippi Judge Charlie Vess found an 80-mm mortar shell on the couple's patio in Natchez this week.

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Since: Jan 08


#1 Aug 12, 2011
now you know why some records are sealed..

United States

#2 Aug 12, 2011

Since: Aug 09

Silver Spring, MD

#3 Aug 12, 2011
Not even a bullet proof Vess would have been safe.
Paris Hilton

Huntington, NY

#4 Aug 12, 2011
I sure hope the judge wasn't around when the military blew it up.

United States

#5 Aug 12, 2011
Mississippi. Former Hinds County Circuit Court Judge Bobby DeLaughter, 55, has resigned his job and pled guilty to misleading authorities. His plea means he'll be spending a little over a year--18 months--in a federal prison, and he will lose his law license. He'll not have to answer for what he did to Cedric Willis. DeLaughter sent an innocent man to prison for the rest of his natural life, even though evidence was available to the contrary. DeLaughter is no victim.

Mississippi: The exonerations of Kennedy Brewer and Levon Brooks exposed the corrupt underbelly of rural and sparsely populated Noxubee County. But the corruption isn't limited to small towns with little outside oversight. Take a look at Jackson, where judges take money from prosecutors to guarantee "justice" and consider exonerations bad publicity. The Mississippi system.

Mississippi: Kennedy Brewer of Macon, Mississippi, a mildly retarded, Black defendant, was convicted of raping and killing a 3-year-old girl and sentenced to death in 1992. In 2002, he was cleared by DNA, but he wasn't released. He has spent the past 5 years in the local jail, awaiting retrial. Because you can bet, the local authorities plan to get another conviction and another death sentence. The Sheriff says he can't look for a DNA match because Mississippi doesn't have a DNA database -- which is news to the state's crime lab director. The prosecutor will bring back his star witness, dentist Dr. Michael West, whose bite mark testimony has been disproven by DNA in other cases, and who resigned from professional forensic dentistry groups to avoid expulsion. Prosecutors are so sure they're right about Kennedy's guilt that they're Willing to Bet His Life on It.

just the tip of the iceberg
short trus micro bus

Howe, TX

#6 Aug 13, 2011
thier is also evidence that exists some red fertilizer is burried in stock piles thru out the midwesters farming regions - how ever no confirmation is reported

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