Amanda’s Story of Injustice

by Kimberly Mullens One year ago today, I had to make the agonizing decision to discontinue life support for my beautiful sister Amanda Pierce after she suffered anoxic brain death six days before. The pain today, as I recall that moment, is still raw and excruciating. Saying goodbye as they took her to the operating

Steve Torno Defies Army Corps of Engineers

by Cameron Langford A Texas developer defied the federal government by clearing 22 acres of public land to create a waterfront view of a lake, after the Army Corps of Engineers told him not to, Uncle Sam claims in court. The United States of America sued Steven Torno dba Circle T. Realty of Centerville Texas,

by C.L. Cadenhead When a business is involved in illegal activity, operating on a cash basis is smart. It’s not easy for law enforcement to track dollars like it is for them to access and monitor checking accounts or online business transactions.   Maybe you’ve heard the stories of Pablo Escobar having so much cash

See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil

by M. Douget Everyone has seen the three little monkeys, each covering his eyes, ears, and mouth.  It has been seen for decades on television, newspapers, advertisements, and even t-shirts.  See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil is a pictorial maxim that has been long debated as to it’s true meaning.  Some feel

A Writer Steps Out of the Shadows

  Melonie Magruder is a Journalist and Writer, known for articles with the L.A. Times Community News Group, the Santa Monica Daily Press, The Malibu Times as well as  screenplays associated with several Films.     I am a journalist in California and a writer. I never wrote an article on the suspicious deaths in

On April 11, 2011, Leon County Judge Byron Ryder signed off on Gerald Willhelm’s application to probate the will of his late wife, Janice Lee Willhelm (Robeson). This is what Judge Ryder had to say on the occasion: “The Court, after having heard and considered the evidence, finds that legal notices of the filing of

Holy Perjury, Batman! The Dynamic Duo of Lies

  Perjury is a criminal offense, right? Not for some folks in Leon County, Texas.  Diedre Kyle and Ben Partlou are apparently among the elite few who may perjure themselves without any repercussions. These two are “witnesses” to the forged will of Janice Lee Robeson Willhelm.     On December 8, 2010, Janice Willhelm, Jan

Leon County Hand Off

Happy Holidays! A happy, loving mother suddenly commits suicide, shocking her family and loved ones. The circumstances are suspicious, and her children know that their mother would never kill herself. Her husband, who had already stolen money from his first wife before divorcing her, then produces a will her children knew nothing about and secretly

Texas Has a Corruption Problem

Texas is a fantastic place to do business: Taxes are low, the trial lawyers are on a short leash, regulation is light, and the state government is an energetic advocate of business growth.   Also: Texas is an insanely terrible place to do business: It has corrupt public officials — law-enforcement officers on the cartel

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