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Judge comes under attack
Wednesday, January 31, 2001, Tracey Tyler, The Toronto Star
Judges inappropriate behaviour sent to Ontario's Judicial Council by the Criminal Lawyers Association. Unfortunately the AG has embraced the bigotted damage of Madam Justice Lesley Baldwin. Know this prejudiced judge, just in case you ever have to appear in front of her. Take this article and insist she recuse herself.

False alarm bells sounded
Wednesday, January 31, 2001, Donna Laframboise, National Post
False allegations in Manitoba -- and a win for justice!!

Sexual horseplay lands girl in custody for year
Wednesday, January 31, 2001, Kirk Makin, The Globe and Mail
The whole thing is ridiculous, but do remember that much younger males receive must stiffer "punishment". When will the adults grow up and stop abusing the children.

Divorce fosters divorce: Study
Wednesday, January 24, 2001, Elaine Carey, The Toronto Star
Social breakdown turning into a chain reaction. No wonder things blow up.

Bitter custody battles: One family's story
Saturday, January 20, 2001, Glenn Bohn, Vancouver Sun
Ironically, Ontario's approach is also that after a number of years of investigation they may back off a bit if everything before is shown to be false -- meaning you might get see your child again.

Man Pardoned for Knocking Off Wife's Glasses
Friday, January 12, 2001, Reuters
Inanity all over from "zero tolerance" by "zero brains." Reuters actually thought this was strange. I guess the getting the pardon is the unusual part. Usually the families and the children are simply destroyed.

Court Finds Virtual Visits Sufficient
Saturday, January 6, 2001, Washington Post
Idiotic court decide that a web site is a great subsistute for a parent or a child. These dysfunctional people get to be judges?

Blame it on the Divorce Act
Thursday, January 25, 2001, Karen Selick, National Post
Great comments on the insanity -- and inanity -- of Alexander v. Alexander.
Woman who shot husband wants spousal support
Wednesday, January 24, 2001, Chris Eby, National Post
What a bunch in idiot judges can do to the law: "he didn't die....so he should pay for it." And guess the murderous ex is out to gut him again.
Victim is sued for support
Tuesday, January 23, 2001, Martin Patriquin, Toronto Star
Not her fault that she tried to murder him, went to jail, and can't find a job....the man should pay for it all say the family law lawyers.

Grandmas fight over baby Sarah
Thursday, January 25, 2001, Nicole Bergot, Edmonton Sun
Poor new-born kid...she seems to be set to lose already.
Jailed crack mom gives birth to girl
Tuesday, January 23, 2001, Nicole Bergot, Edmonton Sun
Poor baby girl...with so many strikes against her.
Pregnant woman pleads for release from jail
Monday, January 22, 2001, The Globe and Mail
Hmm...let me go, I may be an addicted, criminal child abuser....but I'm pregnant.
Mom's the word
Sunday, January 21, 2001, Kim Bradley, Edmonton Sun
Addict, kidnapping, pregnant mother likely will have charged stayed in Alberta. Cry for all the children.
Heather happy to be home
Sunday, January 21, 2001, Kim Bradley, Edmonton Sun
Kidnapped child returned to her father -- and checks that her toys are all OK.
Mom hunt is over
Friday, January 19, 2001, Andrea Wiebe, Edmonton Sun
Another kidnapper is nabbed. This one has even more problems than usual.

Abduction charges await mother of triplets
Saturday, January 27, 2001, Anne Marie Owens and Marina Jiménez, National Post
Mom's on the way back.
Cops hunting accomplices
Wednesday, January 24, 2001, Jonathon Sher, Toronto Sun
She didn't manage all this by herself.
Mother put them in car trunk, rescued triplets say
Wednesday, January 24, 2001, Toronto Star
Some Mom -- in a trunk in Mexico.
Triplets saw story of their abduction on television show
Wednesday, January 24, 2001, Anne Marie Owens and Marina Jiménez, National Post
Must have been a torturous experience. Article has lots of links to relevant sites with more details.
Triplets home again
Tuesday, January 23, 2001, Dick Chapman, Toronto Sun
Ont. triplets spend first day at home
Tuesday, January 23, 2001, Toronto Star
Triplets are home
Tuesday, January 23, 2001, Edmonton Sun
Triplets, 8, return with father after search ends in Acapulco
Tuesday, January 23, 2001, Krista Foss, The Globe and Mail
Father's torture ends. It is unusual to have such a good resolution, but these kids will benefit from it.
Ontario triplets found safe in Mexico
Monday, January 22, 2001, The Globe and Mail
Children Found
Sunday, January 21, 2001, City Pulse 24
Silverman of Toronto's CityTV was instrumental in the return of the missing triplets. Great show City!!!! Silverman rules!!!!
Where are the triplets?
Monday, January 22, 2001, Marnie Ko, Report Newsmagazine
Article is just a little bit late.
Mom on most-wanted list
Saturday, January 6, 2001, Tom Godrety, Toronto Sun
Psycho kidnapper makes the list. God save these poor babies.

Let's listen to children of divorce
Wednesday, January 24, 2001, Kathleen Parker, The Orlando Sentinel
Exactly what Clayton was saying.
Youth breaks off protest with pizza slice
Saturday, January 20, 2001, Rebecca Eckler, National Post
Protesting teen abandons fast
Saturday, January 20, 2001, Ethan Baron, Calgary Sun
Clayton knows he made his point, and finds a better way.
Enlightening look at a hunger strike
Thursday, January 18, 2001, Licia Corbella, Calgary Sun
Gee, a great need to justify herself, it seems. Apparently, she is surprised that a bitter divorce was a bitter divorce....but, of course, it is all the guy's fault and she ignores the two way exchange.
Don't look for lesson in this tale
Wednesday, January 17, 2001, Kathleen Parker, The Orlando Sentinel
I think she missed a lot of this. See the next week.
Father fasted before
Wednesday, January 17, 2001, Nadia Moharib, Calgary Sun
Hmmm....the Calgary Sun attempts to convict the son based on the unrelated actions of the father. I wonder if the reporter ever gone without food for a day or more and is therefore incapable of writing this article or something like that.
Thank heaven for tape recorders
Tuesday, January 16, 2001, Licia Corbella, Calgary Sun
Backing off quickly, using alienating actions to back herself up and having taped it. Wow. Must be all right for her to do, but not anyone else.
Hungry for a better divorce law
Tuesday, January 16, 2001, Donna Laframboise, National Post
Kids need both parents. Questionning the impact on children, and the manipulation by parents -- conscious or otherwise. Article does miss that there are two side -- and neither ends up totally pure in dealing with each other, or in this case, with the children.
Mother to waive custody
Sunday, January 14, 2001, Nadia Moharib, Calgary Sun
Wow....though his websit days it is sometime in the distant future....at least April, not now. This seems to be the start of the factual disinformation from those "feminist" groups who have only a radical political agenda.
Don't back starvation
Saturday, January 13, 2001, Nadia Moharib, Calgary Sun
Yes, Clayton. You have made your point. It is time to eat something. You are a teenage girl that these newspapers publish anexoric "star" pictures for and to inspire them to wreck their health -- ignore the crap they feed you and eat some food!!
Righting a wrong: The other side
Saturday, January 13, 2001, Licia Corbella, Calgary Sun
An intersting letter. With a surprising ignorance or misrepresentation of court procedures and the necessity the courts create, and insist on, when access is denied to go back repeated times, over and over, Licia Corbella decides that Clayton should have no rights. She does this by attacking his father. I wonder how they got to her. It is interesting to note that she goes bcak to tying access to support at one point -- but never figures mothers should have been paying support, and she does not condemn the access denial while support was being paid. These pressures groups still don't have any reason though, as this article clearly shows.
Clayton Giles left his mom a year ago
Saturday, January 13, 2001, Mindelle Jacobs, Edmonton Sun
Another startling ignorant letter from the Edmonton Sun.'s Mindelle Jacobs. No Mindelle, he needed a court order to go to school because Mom wouldn't give permission. Mindelle, forget about soccer or hockey or baseball. No Mindelle, he would need a court order to medical treatment, even emergency treatment, though some doctors might ignore the law if his life was in danger. No Mindelle, the dentist wouldn't do anything. One really wonders when these people think about what they say -- or do they really not understand just what they insist on putting children through.
Dad wants end to hunger strike
Friday, January 12, 2001, Cameron Maxwell, Calgary Sun
CAS threatening to seize boy and send him to his mother if he protests -- exactly what he is protesting against. So once again, the child protection agencies favour child suppression instead.
Court's double standard alive and well
Thursday, January 11, 2001, Licia Corbella, Calgary Sun
One complaint about the stupidity of the orders in this case. However, the order is typical and very, very common -- the order stating that if a non-custodial parent attempts to maintain a relationship with the child, the courts will automatically order no relationship. Such are the "justices" in our "justice" system.
Starved for justice
Wednesday, January 10, 2001, Kevin Martin, Calgary Sun
Boy, 14, protests custody battle
Wednesday, January 10, 2001, Daryl Slade, Calgary Herald
Teen lays down law on what's best for him
Wednesday, January 10, 2001, Licia Corbella, Calgary Sun
Dad or death, says teen
Wednesday, January 10, 2001, Kevin Martin, Edmonton Sun
Boy on 10th day of hunger strike in custody battle
Wednesday, January 10, 2001, National Post
Desperate boy tries to get an uncaring court to listen. Check out his website at http://www.legalkids.com/. Starvation is not good for 14 year olds at all. Let's hope that the court gets off its butt and gives this kid a life!

An overextension of maternity rights
Tuesday, January 30, 2001, Donna Laframboise, National Post
The animals are all equal, but some are more equal than others.

Fired Md. Teacher Gets 5 Years for Sex With Boy
Friday, January 26, 2001, Katherine Shaver, Washington Post
Teachers raping 12 years olds may be OK in Canada, but not in Maryland.

Woman jailed 30 years for plot to kill ex-husband
Wednesday, January 24, 2001, National Post
Planned to remarry divorced hubby and then off him. Of course, this was the States. Even then, she likely would not have seen jail if she had just killed him herself.

Female robber jailed
Wednesday, January 24, 2001, Kevin Martin, Calgary Sun
Violent robberies...2 times chareged gets 3 years.

Woman Goes on Trial In Ambush Shooting
Wednesday, January 24, 2001, Donna St. George, Washington Post
A revenge shooting by a woman? After the media says it NEVER happens? She plugged the wrong guy too.

'Think that ye may be mistaken'
Wednesday, January 24, 2001, Ian Hunter, National Post
About judical activism.
Better judgment
Wednesday, January 24, 2001, Editorial, National Post
Supreme Court not as wild as in the past? The damage they have done before will last generations.

Mothers in separate cases face another trial - to get children back
Wednesday, January 24, 2001,
Mother falsely accused and no charges will proceed. Meanwhile her children have been taken from her and she must fight to even try to see them again. She will likely win and this is unjust. However, this is extremely common with non-custodial parents from divorces who, especially males, will only lose, lose.
'Justice' done as woman freed
Tuesday, January 23, 2001, Sam Pazzano, Toronto Sun
Hmmm...more moms acquitted by lawyer, not tried, without their kids -- but again with hope even though....
Vilma Climaco was a popular nanny...
Saturday, January 20, 2001, Margaret Wente, The Globe and Mail
Woman acquitted of accusations of sexual abuse after losing everything, including her child. Much like men.....except she has a hope of recovering the child. For men, the accusation was enough for the child to be taken forever. It happens every day in "Family" Court.
Sex charges against nanny get thrown out of court
Friday, January 12, 2001, Jane Gadd, The Globe and Mail
False allegations of sexual abuse can, occasionally, affect women too -- with almost as serious consequences as for men. Please note, irrespective the rantings of the non-parent "experts", kids can lie.

Queen's Park appeals to reinstate welfare law
Wednesday, January 31, 2001, The Toronto Star
Ontario seeks to reinstate law to ensure that poor children do not have fathers.

Man sues over boy that was not his son
Tuesday, January 23, 2001, Clare Dyer, Guardian Observer
Well, the LAWYERS say fraud is OK....which I guess proves that.

Activist minorities spoil quality of life
Tuesday, January 23, 2001, Dave Brown, The Ottawa Citizen
The destruction of society...but he is complaining about the OTHER activist, not us. Right?

Repeat sex offender is a kind man, wife tells court
Tuesday, January 23, 2001, James Cudmore, National Post
The man railroaded by the injustices on the Supreme Court heading off to jail. More on this case (See articles from June and August, 1999)

Story of abandoned baby made up, police say
Tuesday, January 23, 2001, The Globe and Mail
Cops must not have listened to the government-sponsored shelter literature -- women never lie.

New legislation to allow police to break laws
Monday, January 22, 2001, Janice Tibbetts, National Post
The state decides that they are too good for the rule of law to apply to them. And you thought Canada wasn't a third world dictatorship!

Dot-com earnings at issue in support case
Saturday, January 20, 2001, Ian Bailey, National Post
Sudden increase in earnings? Beware, they will up the gouge under the guidelines and even when earnings reduce, they will continue the gouge. One time only opportunity? There better be on every second!

School says parent attacked teacher
Saturday, January 20, 2001, Sandy Coleman and Beth Daley, Boston Globe
'As youngsters in class screamed and cried, the mother of a first-grader assaulted her son's teacher at a Jamaica Plain school yesterday, sending her to the hospital with a gash above her eye and a fractured cheek...' Violence is unacceptable. The articles only deals with "school says" and not an automatic condemnation of the teacher. Might one think that the response is gender-based?

'Feminised exams can produce only civil servants'
Friday, January 19, 2001, Judith Judd, The Independent
Well, straightforward claim.

Holdup by girls shocks B.C. police
Thursday, January 18, 2001, Rod Mickleburgh, The Globe and Mail
They must have been the only ones shocked. The Dixie Chicks did it? Let's get Flaherty to ban them too!

Government abandons law allowing 'no fault divorce'
Wednesday, January 17, 2001, Robert Verkaik, The Independent
Mr Hague can exploit all this dithering on the family
Wednesday, January 17, 2001, Robert Verkaik, The Independent
The UK Labour Party's problem with honouring families...given its s

Female students having casual sex: study
Wednesday, January 17, 2001, Tom Arnold, National Post
The story of lack of fathers.

Top court to rule on pensions, divorce
Wednesday, January 17, 2001, Janice Tibbetts, The Ottawa Citizen
This guy had the audacity to retire and wanted to have his spousal support adjusted appropriately. The Ontario Court of Appeal said no, so off the to the Supreme Court. Of course, the lawyers and the government pay her way through LEAF.....his retirement is destroyed irrespective of the outcome. Justice in Canada....compliments of the CBA and your elected representatives.

Who needs marriage anyway?
Tuesday, January 16, 2001, Margaret Wente, The Globe and Mail
Married is better for women -- as it always has been. Divorced is no fun for anyone.

Publicly funding unfairness at court
Monday, January 15, 2001, John Waters, Irish Times
On the hypocrisy in the Irish legal system, especially when it comes to family courts.

How stable relationships benefit society
Monday, January 15, 2001, Donna Laframboise, National Post
Marriage? stable? huh??

White paper on family is shelved
Sunday, January 14, 2001, Michael Prescott, The Sunday Times
The Brits blink again...and children lose.

Women get more firsts at university than men
Sunday, January 14, 2001, John Elliott, The Sunday Times
If the UK is like North America, there are 50% more women than men at the universities, so this would be surprisingly late. It is interesting that the article implies that it is the nature of the marking -- the shift from examination marks to things women do better than men -- that is the reason. The chart at the bottom supports the nature of the courses that women versus men take by choice. However, they are not exclusive, specific women (and men) can generally can excel in any field.

Supreme court goes 'too far': judge
Saturday, January 13, 2001, Cristin Schmitz, National Post
No guff from a justice of the Supreme Court.

Boy's future in French left to Ohio judge
Saturday, January 13, 2001, Mary Valli, National Post
Typcial logic. 1/4 of culture two generations before is thought by mother as the reason to deny the 1/2 culture of the child's immediate life. I hope that the court has both a head and a heart. here.

Why girls become pregnant when their fathers vanish
Friday, January 12, 2001, Mary Kenny, The Daily Telegraph
A good article in describing the impact of fatherlessness on young girls. However, it does decided to incorrectly reinforce the myth that the reason that fathers aren't involved with their children is the father's choice. Certainly, in over 75% of the cases, we see mother-initiated seapration, and the mothers and the courts shut out the fathers -- often supported by insane government legislation (as we have in Ontario). There is some more information on these types of behaviour in the Fathering section of the website.

Crown drops charges against teacher
Friday, January 12, 2001, Jake Rupert, The Ottawa Citizen
It wouldn't matter if the teacher was male or female is such an obvious case. This was just harassing him, and destroying his life. He thinks he'll get some life back....I hope he does.

Harry Potter books are sexist, says US academic
Wednesday, January 10, 2001, Will Woodward, Guardian Observer
Male feminist-bigot shows where his head it at....where the sun never shines. Of course, criticising the writer who supports the myths he spouts makes total non-sense.

Zero-tolerance author faces assault charge
Wednesday, January 10, 2001, Mike McIntyre and Paul McKie, Winnipeg Free Press
Cop-bigot caught in his own dangerous and damaging policy. Who says that God in only mysterious ways?

The greater divide
Tuesday, January 9, 2001, Lee Elliot Major, Guardian Observer
More on the suppression of boys in the educational system.

Of vice and men
Tuesday, January 9, 2001, Gareth McLean, Guardian Observer
A review of a UK TV show about false rape allegations...and the myths behind them all.

Hello mother, this is It...
Sunday, January 7, 2001, David Pelzer, The Sunday Times
A book review: Millions have read David Pelzer's memoirs, a Child Called It and The Lost Boy, about child abuse in California. Now he has written the final volume, in which he confronts his violent mother.

CSA urged teenager to sue father for school fees
Sunday, January 7, 2001, Marcello Mega, The Sunday Times
Scottish Child Support Agency providing push to alienate fathers -- sue to attend premier and exclusive school.

Dangers of being a man
Sunday, January 7, 2001, Fia Cumming, Sydney Morning Herald
Suicide epidemic ignored by the governments -- after all, it is mostly men dying.

Love sues boyfriend's ex-wife, alleges assault
Saturday, January 6, 2001, Chicago Sun-Times
Courtney Love runs into the violent woman -- and now she is after Lesley Barber.

Deadbeat parents lose energy rebates
Saturday, January 6, 2001,
Alberta seizes energy rebates for those parents who the government has decided to say are behind in their support orders. Wonder how much they seized for parents behind in their access orders?

If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all
Monday, January 1, 2001, Margaret Atwood, Friday Night
Famous author/feminist talks about how important feminism was.....and how feminism has become its own worst enemy in suppressing women. I don't agree, but it does illustrate how feminism has lost its way in modelling itself after fascism.

Court Approves Internet Visitation
Friday, January 5, 2001, Kathleen Cannon, Associated Press
...and I thought the British webcam judge was dysfunctional....!!!!
The Webcam Dad
Sunday, December 18, 2000, The Mirror
If you ever had doubts about the disturbingly dysfunctional people in the divorce industry, this will let you know just where their head is at. No wonder our children have so many problems.

Wife slices husband's scrotum with ring
Friday, January 5, 2001, National Post
'Relationship not working'???!!! Really??? Men are just too loyal for their own safety.

Chavez Opposes 'Special Treatment'
Thursday, January 4, 2001, Leigh Strope, Los Angeles Times
Independent woman who does not support the victimisation myth become the new US Secretary of Labor. This should get NOW riled up.

Protecting Battered Women Saves Lives of Men
Thursday, January 4, 2001, Alan Elsner, Reuters
Hmmm...if you give a woman some support they stop killing as many men. So if you gave men support.....heck no, work camps to concentrate in is so much more fund. This is about a very biased and bigotted US study -- beware of the stats.

Florida Judge Refuses to Seal Becker Divorce Case
Thursday, January 4, 2001, Jane Sutton, Reuters
So will her domestic violence be an issue?

Judges must be politically accountable
Wednesday, January 3, 2001, Rory Leishman, London Free Press
Geez, if the judges are as bad as the politicians, is that even worse than what they are now?

Jail program helps moms learn skills of parenting
Monday, January 1, 2001, Carlos Sadovi, Chicago Sun-Times
MOM is a good idea. Where did POP go though?

Dell murder verdict set for Feb. 2
Saturday, January 27, 2001, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Well, has the judge given her enough yet?
Cherrylle Dell won't testify as Crown wraps up case
Thursday, January 18, 2001, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Almost to the end.
Dell's lawyers succeed again in striking evidence
Saturday, January 6, 2001, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Judge excludes the videotaped confession. Apparently he thinks that the murderers were nervous.
Teen supposed to 'take out' key witness
Thursday, January 4, 2001, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Confirmed by his friends....and confessed to on tape, but....
Witness was 'joking' about killing
Wednesday, January 3, 2001, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Crawford denies murdering now. Says he confessed to one because he was safer in jail than if they decided he was a rapist.
Witness was 'seeking attention' when he confessed to killing
Friday, December 15, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Yeah, right...bragged about the murder to the cops? Bright kid.
Man admitted killing Dell's ex-lover, court told
Thursday, December 14, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Kid's testimony that he torched Fillmore's place, and he didn't. Witness is still dead.
Dell confided to inmate she killed husband, trial hears
Wednesday, December 13, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
She never stops.
'I know she is going to kill me for this'
Friday, December 8, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Former lesbian lover feared reprisals for her testimony...and she was killed when her place was torched. Judge decides that if you kill the witness then their evidence dies too. Get the feeling this judge doesn't want justice for Dell?
Dell performed 'voodoo thing' on doll, court hears
Wednesday, December 6, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
"Smart, New York" lesbian affair turned weird. Dell looks forward to the death of her ex-husband.
Woman testifies Dell often spoke of wanting spouse dead
Tuesday, December 5, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
...and checked out the anti-freeze death.
Murder trial hears of antifreeze conversation
Tuesday, December 5, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
Looking for the dosage with the help of many.
Probe Dell's death, doctor urged
Friday, December 1, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
He wasn't depressed. He had just been given a clean bill of health after cancer treatment.
Dell's daughter tells of 'weird' conversation
Thursday, November 30, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
Dell urged daughter to lie, court hears
Wednesday, November 29, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Father falsely accused of sexual abuse, girl testifies. Terrified child used as a weapon.
Accused killer intently watches tape of herself
Tuesday, November 28, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Dell likes herself on tape.
Housemate lied, murder suspect says
Tuesday, November 28, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
Pot calls the kettle black....but of course she did blacken her, didn't she.
Judge says no to voice from beyond the grave
Saturday, November 25, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Well, if you kill the witnesses, that's just OK to this judge. You doubt that this judge is going out of his way not to convict?
Lover 'had reason' to lie
Friday, November 24, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Murdered witness against husband-killer Dell is called "vengeful". What a crowd!
Man's last words tell of great love
Thursday, November 23, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
Men feel more deeply again it seems.
Court hears dying man's final thoughts
Thursday, November 23, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
The poor deluded guy never knew what hit him, or what an evil woman this was. (Love blindeth).
Ex-lover haunts murder trial
Wednesday, November 22, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
Accused killer practised 'weird' rituals'
Wednesday, November 22, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Killer fancied herself a modern day witch.
Trial hears voice from grave
Tuesday, November 21, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
Ex-lover 'testifies' from the grave
Tuesday, November 21, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Murdered Witness's video tape.
Judge discharges jury in murder trial
Tuesday, November 7, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Dell gets desired trial by judge alone. Judges are so much more inclined to use gender as the basis for their decisions.
Killaloe woman pleads not guilty in husband's killing
Tuesday, October 3, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Cherrylle Dell pleads not guilty to the murder of her ex-husband in poisoning by anti-freeze case. We will follow this one.
'Mrs. Robinson' slew hubby, ex-lover: Cops
Wednesday, March 15, 2000, Jason Cumming, Toronto Sun
"A bisexual "Mrs. Robinson" allegedly laces her hubby's wine with antifreeze and then is accused of convincing a teen to kill her former lesbian lover on the eve of a trial where she was to be the star witness."
Woman faces second murder charge in death of female friend
Tuesday, March 14, 2000, Joanne Laucius, National Post
One husband, one lesbian lover killed. Hmmm....looks like a sentence for the lover's murder is coming.

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