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Posted: October 6, 2011 - Updated: October 7, 2011 10:55 AM PDT
GARDNER, Mass. — A Gardner man who spent 14 years as a city police officer has resigned from the force. Larry Landry was placed on paid leave when he was arrested last month on charges of statutory rape of a child, indecent assault and battery on a child under age 14 and assault to rape a child. He sent his resignation letter to the mayor on Wednesday, effective Thursday. Prosecutors say the 35-year-old Landry assaulted the boy starting in kindergarten until the sixth-grade. The alleged incidents took place in Winchendon. Landry has pleaded not guilty and his lawyer said he has served honorably. Landry (pictured far right) and another man were charged earlier this week with indecent assault and battery on a 20-year-old woman.
September 23, 2011
WESTMINSTER, Calif. -- A California woman has pleaded not guilty to cutting off her estranged husband's penis and running it through a garbage disposal.
Catherine Kieu entered the plea in Orange County Superior Court Friday to charges of torture and aggravated mayhem with sentencing enhancements for great bodily injury and use of a knife.
If convicted of all counts, she could face life in prison without parole. She's being held on $1 million bail.
Authorities say Kieu spiked her 60-year-old husband's tofu dinner on July 11, then tied his hands and feet to the bed after he went to lie down. Authorities say Kieu cut off his penis as he woke.
Kieu's husband had filed for divorce in May after 16 months of marriage.
July 12, 2011
GARDEN GROVE, Calif. -- A woman was arrested in Garden Grove for allegedly tying her husband up and cutting off his penis, police said on Tuesday.
Authorities responded to the 14000 block of Flower Street at about 9 p.m. Monday after the woman, identified as Catherine Kieu Becker, reported a medical emergency. When officers arrived, they found a 51-year-old man tied to a bed and bleeding from his groin area.
Police said the woman drugged the victim during dinner to make him sleepy and tied him to a bed. The victim woke up as the suspect was cutting off his penis with a knife.
The woman allegedly tossed the penis into the garbage disposal, and then turned the garbage disposal on.
The victim was rushed to UCI Medical Center in serious condition.
Authorities said the suspect was the one who called police, and she told officers on scene that he "deserved it." Police say the two are married but going through a divorce.
The woman was arrested for aggravated mayhem, false imprisonment, assault with a deadly weapon, administering a drug with intent to commit felony, poisoning and spousal abuse. She is being held at the Orange County Jail.
The incident remains under investigation.
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July 15, 2011
Marc Gilbert pled guilty to federal charges of sexual exploitation of a child in 2009 and he's currently in a Washington prison awaiting trial on state charges.
When can pedophiles watch child porn in prison? Never? Wrong.
Weldon Marc Gilbert pled guilty to federal charges of sexual exploitation of a child in 2009. Currently he's in a Washington state prison awaiting trial on state charges – and he's watching videos he made of his victims while he waits.
Gilbert is allowed to do this because he is acting as his own defense attorney. In Washington, prosecutors have to give defense lawyers copies of the evidence in child pornography cases, though there are restrictions. The evidence can only be reviewed by the defendant if their lawyers are present.
In Gilbert's case, the judge allows him to watch the material in jail but he has to angle his computer away from doors and windows so other inmates can't see. He's also not allowed to view the evidence alone. Gilbert hired a private investigator and views the porn in a private interview room.
Even more problematic, Gilbert could be allowed to question his victims in court as the defense counsel. If the prosecution calls victims to testify, Gilbert would be allowed to cross examine them. However, the judge has already decided that Gilbert can't directly question the victims and in general judges can limit the questions the defense is allowed to ask.
Even with the limitations, the loophole in the law allows Gilbert access to the pornography he made as well as the victims. As unjust as this may seem, it's all within the letter of the law, so be on the lookout.
September 30, 2010
Isaac H. Stoltzfus, 58, a district judge in Lancaster County in Intercourse, Pennsylvania, has been charged with disorderly conduct after two people complained that he handed out condoms hidden inside acorn nuts, according to a report by LancasterOnline.com dated September 29, 2010.
Though it was not clear how the judge was able to stuff the condoms inside the acorns, he told Pennsylvania Capitol police that what he did was just a joke. Police gave him a citation for disorderly conduct after two women who received the acorns complained to the police, the same report stated.
A summary charge of disorderly conduct was filed Tuesday against Isaac H. Stoltzfus, who presides over low-level cases as a district judge in Lancaster County.
The citation from Capitol Police said the 58-year-old jurist gave the acorns to unsuspecting women, who were offended when they discovered the contents.
Stoltzfus' office referred questions to a defense attorney, who didn't immediately return a phone message Wednesday.
September 23, 2010
Atlanta, Georgia (CNN) -- In a statement read on a syndicated radio show Thursday, Atlanta-based megachurch pastor Eddie Long denied he had coerced young male church members into sex, as alleged in three lawsuits filed against him.
Orange County (California) Superior Court Judge Ronald C. Kline's was arrested on child pornography and child molestation charges in 2001. The state courts were kind to the judge: The child molestation charges were dropped because of a statue of limitations ruling, and the child pornography charges were suppressed because of an "illegal search" ruling based on the role of the computer hacker informant in the case. In July 2003, Kline avoided prosecution in state court on five felony charges that he molested a 14-year-old boy in 1979, following a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that invalidated prosecution of older sex-abuse cases. Kline, who had pleaded not guilty in that case, had faced five years and eight months in prison if convicted. (Chronology of the State Case) The Federal Case On November 28, 2001, a federal grand jury in Santa Ana returned an indictment charging Orange County Superior Court Judge Ronald C. Kline with six counts of possession of child pornography. Kline, 61, of Irvine, is accused of possessing more than 100 images of child pornography on a computer hard drive, computer disks and a commercial videotape. According to the indictment, the sexually explicit conduct depicted in these images consists of actual or simulated sexual intercourse between minor males. Law enforcement authorities seized the child pornography at the center of this case pursuant to a search warrant executed at Kline's home on November 5, 2001. See: Press Release From John S. Gordon, United States Attorney, Central District of California. November 28, 2001. "The last criminal case against embattled former Orange County Judge Ronald Kline collapsed when a federal judge ruled that child-pornography evidence gathered from his courtroom computer was inadmissible. U.S. District Court Judge Consuelo Marshall ruled that police never would have obtained digital photos of naked boys and links to child-pornography Web sites, found on Kline’s courtroom computer, had it not been for the unlawful hacking by a Canadian man deemed a government agent. The decision means that—barring a reversal—Kline, 63, cannot be prosecuted in federal court on seven counts of possession of child pornography, which carried a maximum penalty of 35 years in prison. It was the third major legal victory for Kline, an Irvine resident. About 1,500 pictures of naked boys and a diary gleaned from Kline’s home computer were tossed out of the federal case in June 2003 because Marshall ruled that their seizure traced back to the Canadian hacker, Brad Willman. In October 2004, the case was resurrected by a three-judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. In an unpublished opinion, the justices ruled that the Canadian hacker was not working for the police when he accessed the judge’s hard drives and therefore did not violate Kline’s privacy rights. They found that even though there was ample evidence to support the contention that Willman was acting with the intent to assist law enforcement, there was no evidence that any police agency knew of his search beforehand. Sentencing Hearing in Federal Court In December 2005, months after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear Kline’s appeal, he pleaded guilty to four counts of possessing child pornography on his home computer and computer disks. A former Orange County judge (Kline) collapsed in a Los Angeles federal courtroom Tuesday moments after being sentenced to 27 months in prison (two (2) years and three (3) months for decades of sexual abuse against children) for possessing child pornography, bringing a dramatic end to a case that tested privacy rights and nearly fell apart because of a computer hacker’s role in the investigation. Marshall said she based her ruling on a variety of factors, including a recommendation by probation officers that Kline serve from 27 to 33 months, the seriousness of the offense, Kline’s lack of prior criminal history and his acceptance of responsibility. The prosecutors spent a good deal of the hearing chronicling Kline’s pursuit of an 18-year-old man he met while both were enrolled last year at a treatment center for sexual disorders. Kline had been ordered by the facility’s staff to stay at least 10 feet away from the teen, who is described in court records as emotionally and developmentally disabled. Instead, Kline wrote him letters and asked him to move in. Other comments: “This is a tragic case,” said Paul S. Meyer, one of his (Kline's) attorneys. “Our client (Judge Kline) has obviously suffered throughout this entire ordeal.” Archive of articles relating to Orange County (California) Superior Court Judge Ronald C. Kline's arrest on child pornography and child molestation charges. The courts were kind to the judge: The child molestation charges were dropped because of a statue of limitations ruling, and the child pornography charges were suppressed because of an "illegal search" ruling based on the role of the computer hacker informant in the case. The California State Commission on Judicial Performance: Imposition of (no) discipline and report!