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Experts Say Law Enforcement?s Use Of Cellphone Records Can Be Inaccurate - The Washington Post

We are not biased for the prosecution or against the prosecution. Weve used this investigative technique to recover victims of crime, missing children, deceased individuals. Its overwhelming that the analysis conducted by the team assists law enforcement throughout the country. Lisa Roberts poses with her dismissal order after serving nearly 12 years for manslaughter, a crime she claimed she did not commit. Prosecutors said they had cellphone data placing her at the crime and her attorney urged her to make a plea deal.
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Ga. Schools Resist Arming Teachers Despite New Law - ABC News

"They are acting as if the police are just dying to run after people and inject them with drugs. I understand those fears, but you can't demonize a program based on fear." This isn't the first time the activists have let their ideological fervor carry them away.
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Dear far left: The mentally ill need Laura's Law - SFGate

Laura Wilcox was 19 years old when she was murdered by a severely mentally ill man in 2001. Her death spurred the creation of Laura The provisions were similar to a program that drew no interest from South Dakota school districts, and education officials said no districts in Georgia are pursuing it so far either. The new law pulled Georgia education leaders into a Second Amendment discussion they say they never wanted. School officials were quick to express their support for people who legally carry guns. But they were wary at the idea of weapons inside school buildings, despite the recent attack by an Oregon teen who killed a student and then himself at a school and the one-man rampage that left seven people dead in a California college town.
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