Crime & Justice
Roughly 216,000 Children Sexually Abused by French Clergy From 1950s as Catholic Church Turned a Blind Eye, Report Finds
A French report found that roughly 216,000 children were victims of sexual abuse by the Catholic Church who continued to turn a blind eye for 70 years. The number of victims increased to 330,000 when including those who were targeted by non-Church members but affiliated with them.
Brian Laundrie's Sister Urges Parents To Talk To Police and "Come Clean," Reveals Family Rift While Speaking To Protestors Outside Her Home
Brian Laundrie's sister disclosed a deep family rift and urges parents to "come clean" if they helped her brother following the death of his fiancee Gabby Petito.
Leaked Pandora Papers Claim That Global Elites, Politicians Hid Trillions of Dollars in Offshore Accounts
Hundreds of wealthy global elites and politicians have been called out after leaked documents called the Pandora Papers detailed trillions of dollars worth of money hidden in offshore accounts. The 12 million documents have stirred up the global economy and caused widespread criticism to involve individuals.
Facebook Whistleblower's Claims Cause Social Media Platform's Stock To Drop Nearly 5% Amid Global Service Blackout
Stocks for Facebook dropped by more than 5% on Monday amid the social media's worst global service outage in the last 13 years. The incident comes as a whistleblower claims that the company prioritized its own benefits over public good.
Brian Laundrie' Parents May Face Obstruction and Accessory Charges; Fugitive Sighted in Tennessee, North Carolina Border
Brian Laundrie's parents may face obstruction and accessory charges if they gave law police false information, a former federal prosecutor said.
Brooklyn Federal Jail Guard Begs For No-Prison Sentence After Repeatedly Raping An Inmate
A former Brooklyn jail guard is asking the judge for a no-prison sentence after he repeatedly raped an inmate throughout the span of five years.
Hiker Claims He Saw Brian Laundrie Near Tennessee Border; Dog The Bounty Hunter Receives 20% Leads But Not Sharing Them With Cops
A hiker claims to have spotted Gabby Petito's boyfriend Brian Laundrie on a road near the Appalachian Trail in North Carolina, near the Tennessee border.
Brian Laundrie Still Missing; Experts Say One Mistake Could Finally Put Gabby Petito’s Fiance in Custody
Brian Laundrie is still missing, but a new witness claimed to have seen him on a trail in North Carolina.
Ecuador Plans To Pardon Inmates Following Prison Riot To Free Up Space; Terminally Ill, Women, And Persons WIth Disabilities Prioritized
An Ecuador prison is planning on giving 2,000 inmates a pardon following a gang-related riot that killed 118 inmates and injured over 40 others due to lack of space.
Former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili Arrested on Corruption Charges After Coming Back From Exile
Mikheil Saakashvili, the former president of Georgia, arrived in the country mysteriously and was arrested by police quickly after. The former leader had a warrant for his arrest for years for alleged corruption charges during his presidency.
Brian Laundrie's Parents Might Go Missing Next; Family Attorney Denies Any Knowledge on Client's Old Cellphone
Brian Laundrie's parents might go missing next as Dog the Bounty Hunter continues to look for Gabby Petito's fiancé.
96-Year-Old Nazi Suspect Arrested After Attempting To Avoid Court Appearances
German authorities reported the arrest of a 96-year-old woman who worked as a secretary to the commander of a concentration camp during the Nazi era. The suspect, identified as Irmgard Furchner, avoided appearing in court.
At Least 100 Dead in Horrific Ecuador Prison Massacre Where 5 Prisoners Got Beheaded
Prison chaos in Ecuador has led to the death of at least 100 people, with five getting beheaded, that has forced authorities to declare a state of emergency. The recent incident follows several others this year that has caused human rights groups to criticize the government's response.
Brian Laundrie Reportedly Bought A New Burner Phone On The Day His Family Last Saw Him Alive
Brian Laundrie purchased a burner phone from AT&T on Sept. 14, which is three days after he reportedly went hiking. He was declared missing on Sept. 17.
British Police Officer Issued Fake Arrest To Kidnap, Rape, and Murder Female Victim
Authorities reported that a British police officer issued a fake arrest to kidnap, rape, and murder a female victim under the guise of lockdown regulations. The suspect, identified as Wayne Couzens, arrested the suspect, Sarah Everard on March 3, where he proceeded to sexually abuse her before killing her.