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She’s celebrating Mother’s Day by giving away bags full of care items to women in shelters | #tinder | #pof | #match | #sextrafficking | romancescams | #scams

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_________________________ Her raw empathy has taken her from Pasadena to Skid Row, visiting transitional homes for mothers who’ve suffered homelessness, domestic violence and even sex trafficking. Among […]

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#deepweb | “How hard is the skull?”: Disturbing web searches by Elmira teen accused of mother’s murder

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KITCHENER —
WARNING: Some details in this story may be disturbing to readers.

A police officer took the stand Monday to talk about the disturbing web searches discovered on the computer of an Elmira teen accused of his mother’s murder.

Her body was found in their home on Christmas Day 2017 but a police believe she actually died on November 30.

The teen is on trial for first-degree murder but has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder.

Since he has been charged under the Youth Criminal Justice Act neither he nor his mother can be identified.

Detective Constable Matthew Loschmann testified Monday that the teen googled several questions just hours before the woman’s death.

Around 1 a.m. someone typed “how hard is the skull” into the search engine.

Then for the next seven hours, police testified, the user sporadically looked up video game sites.

At 8 a.m. there was another google search, this time for “how to treat a deep cut.”

All of those were done on a computer that was found in the basement of the home near the teen’s room.

Court has already heard from an expert who testified that there appeared to be a struggle between two people.

On Friday a friend testified that the teen confessed to the murder saying: “He walked upstairs and went to his mom’s bedroom. He saw her. Her back facing towards him. He said she turned around and charged at him with a knife and deflected.”

He also said: “I think he kicked her, he grabbed her hand. He took the knife and jabbed her in the side of the head.”

The crown argued that the internet searches show premeditation and are key to the charge of first-degree murder.

Detective Constable Loschmann will continue his testimony Tuesday.

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Arizona State University student threatens to send suitors’ ‘unsolicited’ pictures to their mothers

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A Mother’s Plea to Secretary Clinton

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Dear Secretary Clinton,

Tomorrow, I will do the unthinkable. Once again, I will pass over a newborn. My heart will break, despite praying that I would not have to experience this pain for the fourth time.

I’m told to toughen up. I’m reminded that I should be thankful I have a job. I get told again and again that I have the easiest job of being a teacher and the best schedule that a working mother could hope for.

Yes, I have toughened up. Yes, I am thankful I have a job.

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The Optimism of Resilient Mothers

Before I became a mother, I had no idea of the challenges and joys that awaited me. Qualities emerged that I hadn’t known I had, like unwavering patience, overwhelming love, and a fierce determination to steer my son around at least some of the pitfalls of my own childhood.

I have seen this determination in mothers from every corner of the globe. Their resilience and optimism fuels hope that if we offer tangible support to the mothers in our midst, we will foster a generation of resourceful, resilient, compassionate young adults.

I recently had a chance to speak with Maria Shriver from Read More

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5 Shocking Things About The Creator Of Mother’s Day

Personally, we’ve always assumed that Mother’s Day was a Hallmark-FTD creation intended to sell greeting cards and flowers. But we would be wrong, of course. The American version of Mother’s Day was created by Anna Jarvis in 1908 — using the second anniversary of her own mother’s death as the day to celebrate. Jarvis would later denounce the holiday’s commercialization and devote the rest of her life trying to get it removed from the calendar. Here are some (other) strange parts of the Mother’s Day story that are maybe not so strange:

1. Her childhood home is haunted.

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I Didn’t Know I Loved — A Mother’s Day Poem

This morning I was notified by Facebook that I have memories to look back on. Breaking typical morning routine protocol, I called my 7-year-old, Ivy, up on the bed with me to watch what turned out to be videos from when my daughter first learned the word “mine” and where her nose was. We watched the videos of a giggling girl with a healthy dose of jokester attitude and it reminded me of how grateful I am to be a mother. Motherhood is one of the scariest roles I have ever taken on, and it was great to take a few minutes this morning to look back all of the thing I loved about being a new mom.

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Israeli Court Recognizes Interfaith Lesbian Couple as Mothers of Each Other’s Children

For the first time in Israel, a court has issued a ruling recognizing an interfaith lesbian couple as the mothers of each other’s children, Haaretz has learned. The ruling came at the request of the two women years after their daughters were born.
They were unable to adopt each other’s children because the law requires that the adoptive parent and the child be of the same religion, which, in this instance, was not the case.
When that effort failed, the women, one of whom is Jewish and the other Christian, sought a court ruling declaring them parents of their partner’s children. The way was paved for such a ruling earlier this year, when, in a precedent-setting opinion, Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein declared that the state was withdrawing its opposition to recognizing women in same-sex relationships as the parents of one another’s biological children without requiring a formal adoption.

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Baltimore police convene committee of mothers to address city violence

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Baltimore police have created a committee of mothers whose sons and daughters have been killed in the city. members of the panel will work with detectives to solve their cases.The department announced the creation of the “Survivors Advisory Board,” a partnership with Mothers of Murdered Sons & Daughters and A Mother’s Cry, two local advocacy groups, in a news conference at police headquarters Thursday. Members of the board will meet regularly with the commissioner to ensure that families continue to have a voice at the highest levels of the department, reflecting the commissioner’s commitment that all life is sacred,” the department said in a news release. Daphne Alston, a creator of Mothers of Murdered Sons & Daughters, said in the release that she wants the group “to address the impact that violence has had on our lives and to see that another parent does not experience the pain of burying a child.”It’s the seventh such committee the department has created to improve relations with city residents; the others are African-American, Latino, LGBT, youth and business boards. Each meets monthly to provide feedback to the department, police said. source: http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-city/bs-md-ci-police-committees-20150227-story.html

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