On Australian Soil: Man Haron Monis and Farhad Jabar
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It is beyond the comprehension of most Australians, I think, to understand why a young boy, given safe harbour in Australia as an alleged refugee, having claimed to be escaping and under threat from... More > extremist Islamic ideology and persecution, would then turn around and commit a terrorist attack on Australian soil, in the name of those persecutors he and his family have decried. This 15 year old boy, born in Iran, was a naturalized Australian. He immigrated into Australia with his family 15 years ago, as a baby. He had passed through the process of swearing allegiance to the Australian government and its people. He was one of us; ostensibly, at least. Now, after having been shot dead while committing an act of treason, his family announced his body would be flown "home to Kurdistan" for burial. A forensic numerological profile of Australian terrorists, Man Haron Monis and Farhad Khalil Mohammad Jabar.< Less
Mormon Sons: Brian Draper and Torey Adamcik
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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
Mcguyver Starrs Amphicar
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Delightful story in poem form written for children, which documents the history and technical specifications of the legendary German-built Amphicar, designed by Hans Trippel. Set on Sydney Harbour,... More > the golden sands, sparkling blue waters and white tipped crashing waves upon the shore of Australia's glorious Manly Beach, surrounded by the Opera House, and the internationally famous Taronga Park Zoo. Characters kids can relate to: McGuyver Starr, a bored Sydney taxi driver who has a raging surfie streak trapped inside of him, Neil Wran of surfboard riding fame, who has just won the World Longboard Title at Malibu, and Sunny, his tabby cat. Kids will love this book.< Less
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One little nine year old girl, gone now for more than twenty years, her murderer still unknown and unfound, has been remembered better than most. Her name was Amber Rene Hagerman. Her memory stays... More > uppermost in the minds of Americans, because her abduction and murder generated a revolution in the mode of police and media response to child abductions for the future. Amber was snatched from her bicycle while riding around and up and down a ramp located in the vicinity of the abandoned Winn-Dixie store on East Abram Street in Arlington, a suburb of Dallas Texas on January 13, 1996. Located nearby at 2525 East Abram Street, Arlington, is a huge General Motors Plant which at the time employed a large number of workers. The area is home to a large Hispanic population, some of whom were illegal immigrants in 1996. Quite a few of these illegal immigrants were in the Laundromat near to the site of the kidnapping, but none of these people have ever come forward as witnesses, though offered immunity if they do so.< Less
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