THE FAMILY of missing Tennessee mom of four Karen Johnson Swift fear she has been murdered as cops hit more dead ends in their desperate search. The 44-year-old blonde was reported missing Oct. 30 by her estranged husband. Her car was found abandoned shortly after--it had a flat tire and her cell phone was gone. Pal Carrie Engelhardt told Fox News: "It’s not in her nature. We’re really concerned and worried because it’s been over a week now." Cops so far say there's no evidence to suggest foul play. However, neighbor John E. Hogshooter, 39, was arrested on an outstanding felony warrant for animal cruelty, after allegedly poisoning two dogs--including one of Swift's. MORE FROM FOX NEWS
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
COPS in Washington state have come to a heartbreaking conclusion: little Sky Metalwala has met with foul play. The little boy vanished Sunday after his mom Julia Biryukova outrageously claimed she left the TWO-YEAR-OLD in her car while she and her daughter walked a mile for gas. Cops did not find a gas can at the scene. But now, space cadet Julie is refusing to take a lie detector test. She was involved in a bitter custody dispute with Sky's dad. He's pointing the finger at her. Washington has the death penalty.
MISSING BOY: VICTIM OF FOUL PLAY?
The highly respected Penn State University football coach Sandusky was described as a "sexual predator" who preyed on underprivileged young boys that he worked with through a charity.
As we reported here the defensive coordinator, now 67, allegedly abused at least eight underprivileged boys he had promised to help after meeting through his charity, the Second Mile Organization.
Well his so called "designated driver" was forced to testify against her idiot parent Shaun
She told the court that her dad had drunk half a bottle of whiskey and had thrown the rest away when in the wee hours of October 8, he asked her if she wanted to drive. "I said yeah but I'd be a little scared," she told the court.
Earlier this week the overpaid pill pusher, who had the official title of "personal physician" was found guilty of administering a deadly overdose of the operating room anaesthetic, Propofol.
The jury deliberated for nine hours over two days before unanimously voting to convict the medic.