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A Family Tragedy: Murder of Addison Weaver By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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Emile Weaver, an intelligent and pretty 20 year old student who got where she was going in life due to talent, not wealth, “found herself in the family way” as they used to say in... More > whispered undertones during the 1950’s. For Emile, the coming unwanted baby spelled the end to all her dreams at Muskingum University where she resided in prestigious style in the Delta Gamma Theta sorority house. Ohio has a Safe Haven law allowing mothers to leave their babies with on-duty representatives at a hospital, police station or fire station within 30 days of birth. At the time of Emile Weaver’s crime, she was an eight-minute walk from a police station. Yet, inexplicably, this young woman who held promise for the future is behind bars, serving a life sentence for the murder of her baby daughter, Addison Grace Weaver, born on 22nd April, 2015. The forensic numerological criminal profile of the case, focusing on both the mother and her deceased and heartlessly murdered baby daughter. Truly, a tragic family story.< Less
A Family Tragedy: Murder of Addison Weaver By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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In May, 2016, a tragic family story was featured on the USA news. A Muskingum University student Emile Weaver, dumped her living newborn baby girl in a plastic bag and put her outside to be collected... More > with the rubbish. The intelligent 20 year old sophomore who got where she was going in life due to talent, not wealth, “found herself in the family way” as they used to say in whispered undertones during the 50’s. For Emile, the coming unwanted baby spelled the end to all her dreams at Muskingum University where she resided in prestigious style in the Delta Gamma Theta sorority house on Lakeside Drive. Ohio has a Safe Haven law allowing mothers to leave their babies with on-duty representatives at a hospital, police station or fire station within 30 days of birth. At the time of Emile Weaver’s crime, she was an eight-minute walk from a police station. Why did she not avail herself of this opportunity to surrender her child? The forensic numerological criminal analysis of both the mother and her hapless infant.< Less
The Intelligent Two - Murder on the Mothership By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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Ustean Cong wasn’t the smartest kid on the block, he was the juvenile male genius on the block. In that particular attribute, he was closely rivaled by Albertyne Lisbon, who lived next door.... More > As a result of winning the POTE Prize (People of the Earth) for Youth Scientific Advancement, both the Lisbon and Cong families had been invited to bring their gifted children to the nation’s capital to be trained in mind control and scientific mind development. They were part of the SMCAD scheme, (Scientific Mind Control And Development). Ustean and Albertyne had been lucky enough to be among those chosen to represent their country at the Annual Vitrolite Scientific Quantum Leap Convention, held in Bandosia, which city was considered outstanding to the Vitroleans, since it was rainbow coloured at the surface, quite unique on the planet. But what untoward event aboard the Mothership Gasguzzler Galactic bound for Bandosia, Capital City of the planet Vitrolite, threatened to halt the convention?< Less
Mormon Sons: Brian Draper and Torey Adamcik By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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Who would have ever thought, they mused in wonder, that three days out of their lives would have such an enormous effect on them for the rest of their lives? They didn’t mention specifically... More > the culmination of that short interval of time, the date of September 22nd, nor the vitally significant event that erupted with volcanic force that day. Something they did that would cause them to spend the rest of their lives in prison. They engaged in a little light-hearted banter with the driver. “We are just stupid kids. Can’t you let us go?” they suggested. The flippant mood in the back waned somewhat when they saw the sign that caused their driver to turn off the freeway: Idaho Correctional Center. Soon the visually forbiddingly collection of drab brick buildings surrounded by high gun towers and reinforced steel compound wire, hove into view. Draper and Adamcik were convicted of first-degree murder in the slaying of Cassie Jo Stoddart. All three were just 16 years old.< Less