THE PERIPHERY A Nazi in Minnesota: A Re-examination of Justice
The allegation that a man in Northeast Minneapolis was a murdering Nazi has received national attention. It has also polarized the publics response.
The case is "perfect" for doing so. Michael Karkoc... Posted on 6/18/13 at 6:57 AM
RED RIVER ORTHODOX: ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY IN THE RED RIVER VALLEY AND NORTH DAKOTA Church History Series 1, Post 6: The Acts of Phileas
St. Phileas of Thmuis
Phileas was the bishop of Thmuis, a city east-northeast of Alexandria, who was arrested and martyred during the winter of 306-7. We have two early Greek manuscripts that are alm... Posted on 10/4/11 at 11:30 PM
OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Duluth Retriever Club trial results posted
Here are results from the Duluth Retriever Clubs annual AKC-licensed Field Trial held Aug. 20-22 at the club, just north of Duluth.
Among those from Northeastern Minnesota who placed well was David F... Posted on 8/23/10 at 9:19 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Crowd packs U.S. Senate courtroom
What could be the final day of Minnesota's U.S. Senate trial is receiving more attention than during seven weeks of testimony, with a crowd packing a courtroom generally used by the state Supreme Cour... Posted on 4/7/09 at 3:35 AM
In the 250 felony trials U.S. District Judge Ralph Erickson had presided over, juries had always reached reasonable verdicts and justice had always been served. But the case of Alphonzo Williams has become a glaring exception, according to Erickson.
The Obama administration, after weeks of controversy over its proposal to hold a civilian terror trial in New York, gave ground today and revived the possibility of using a military tribunal to try Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.
Devlin Barrett and Ben Feller
, February 12, 2010
Seventy homes in Mandan, N.D., were evacuated over concerns of a natural gas leak at a nearby distribution station. The Mandan Fire Department was alerted Friday morning to a loud sound and the smell of natural gas from a pressure valve at the station.
Al Franken traveled to Washington for meetings, including the Senate Democratic Caucus lunch. Norm Coleman, meanwhile, was in a St. Paul courtroom Tuesday, thumbing through binders of court exhibits as Franken witnesses testify at a special court hearing.
Former Sen. Norm Coleman today said it may not be possible for a court to determine who won Minnesota’s disputed U.S. Senate election, and judges may need to “think about” tossing the results out entirely.
Kay Mack only talked about a handful of ballots, but her testimony Tuesday illustrated the complexity of a major issue in the U.S. Senate election trial. The Beltrami County auditor told the court that her county interpreted an absentee ballot law about voter registration differently than did other counties, but Mack also said she was confident Beltrami County properly rejected unlawful ballots.
BISMARCK - A jury found former North Dakota Worker Safety and Insurance agency CEO Charles "Sandy" Blunt guilty of one felony count of misapplication of entrusted property and not guilty on a second, similar charge.
Another chapter in the story of Joel Lovelien’s murder ended Tuesday as the prosecution and defense rested their cases, bringing an early close to testimony in the trial of Travis Stay, which was scheduled to last until Friday.
The victim said she never intended to reveal the secret, but it came out anyway, on March 6, 2006, when the victim, her mother and two other women in the family had gathered for a get-together where they drank some wine and talked. Memories of what happened when she herself was 8 and 14 overcame the victim, and she started crying and couldn’t stop shaking, she said.
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