There's a Reliable Therapy for Sex Offenders -- But Nobody Wants Them to Get It


In June of 1994, a convicted child molester named Charlie Taylor moved into a small apartment in downtown Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, across the street from a community center. He had no family. He had no parole officer. At the time, sex offenders deemed too dangerous to be let out of prison early were, paradoxically,… »10/01/15 4:48pm10/01/15 4:48pm

Accused 'Voracious' Hollywood Peeper Dismissed From Latest Movie Set

Kevin Thomas Roy, a veteran Hollywood production assistant and assistant director, was fired from the set of the movie Allegiant after news that he’d pleaded no contest to invasion-of-privacy charges related to covert nude picture-taking. Last month, Jezebel reported that Roy had been accused of possessing more than… »8/12/15 4:55pm8/12/15 4:55pm

Auschwitz Guard Convicted on 300,000 Counts of Accessory to Murder

Oskar Groening, a 94-year-old former Auschwitz guard, admitted to feeling “moral guilt” for serving as an SS sergeant at the infamous Nazi death camp. The landmark ruling shows that courts are willing to prosecute those involved in the Holocaust irrespective of their “minor” roles or advanced age. »7/15/15 12:20pm7/15/15 12:20pm

Students Say Doc Forced Them To Drink, Take Ketamine, Examine His Penis

John Hagmann’s misconduct hearing with the Virginia Board of Medicine was today. He didn’t show up. But students he had allegedly abused were there, and testified how Hagmann subjected them to invasive medical procedures, bizarre drug- and alcohol-fueled “cognition” experiments, and sexual assault. »6/19/15 9:14pm6/19/15 9:14pm

New Jersey Game Store Swatting Takes An Uglier Turn

Gamers attending a monthly social gathering at Digital Press Video Games in Clifton, New Jersey Saturday evening had no idea the sudden massive police presence outside the store was pointed their way, until a caller posing as a fire department representative started giving them questionable instructions. »3/29/15 2:46pm3/29/15 2:46pm

Juries Of The Future May View Crime Scenes Via "Forensic Holodecks" 

Is the Oculus Rift headset poised to become a game-changer in the courtroom, offering juries a way to evaluate evidence in greater detail than ever before? According to new research, "forensic holodecks" (yep, that's a Star Trek reference) that reconstruct crime scenes could soon become valuable courtroom tools. »1/12/15 2:28pm1/12/15 2:28pm