Robert S. Mueller III served as special counsel for the Justice Department from 2017 to 2019. The work of the special counsel’s office — its report, indictments, guilty pleas and convictions — should speak for itself. But I feel compelled to respond

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Abducted in Plain Sight

I suffered through it and you can too. Following are some links for afterward. https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2019/02/abducted-in-plain-sight-netflix-jan-broberg https://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2019/02/abducted-plain-sight-review-netflix-documentary-robert-berchtold-brobergs/582145/ “Trust, shame, and complicity” are three good descriptions. Asked how Berchtold came up with this extravagant deception plan, Borgman said her only theory is that inspiration

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Oh, George

I do like listening to all sides. I’ll just say I don’t like listening to people like LeBron James all the time. Who would have known? I certainly did not. Pretty much anyone who has ever had any contact with a police

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Jeffco Jeff Shrader

https://www.jeffco.us/678/Contact How does a patrolman who went to a tiny, local, religious college become, and survive at, sheriff of a 583,000-person county? ANSWER: By doing the same old thing and blaming everyone else. That is how to survive at it; the rise

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Dominick Dunne

https://nypost.com/2017/04/16/how-dominick-dunne-went-from-hack-novelist-to-star-reporter/ “There was no greater, cheaper, more compelling content.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_%C3%A0_clef — Before I could express my thoughts on Dominick Dunne I had to look into two other names: Truman Capote and Andy Warhol. Warhol was primarily a commercial artist and he was

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power, privilege, and justice

Detectives spent three years working on the investigation, which ultimately found that Michael Skakel had “in all probability killed” Moxley, according to Dunne’s characterization. The detectives hired the 24-year-old who ultimately met with Dunne to turn the investigation into a narrative. Rushton

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Filthy Rich

Lesson: don’t read Roger Ebert reviews (since he died). I think it just came out. I mean within the last few days. I was able to download it and… I watched in the background without paying attention. The beginning episode flew by.

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The Mormons, part 1 video

https://www.pbs.org/video/frontline-the-mormons-part-one/ This, Part 1, is exceptional. These people know what they are talking about and they are worth listening-to. The scene I remember most is the one of the single mother with two daughters and a son walking from Illinois to Utah.

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