Keith Dwayne Nelson was sentenced to death for the 1999 kidnapping, sexual abuse and subsequent killing of a 10-year-old girl, Pamela Butler. Nelson abducted Pamela while she was out rollerblading in front of her house in Kansas. Nelson confessed to raping Pamela and strangling her with a wire. Nelson’s attorney had filed some last minute legal challenges to his execution. Including arguments that the use … Continue reading Keith Dwayne Nelson Sentenced to the Death Penalty after Killing a 10-year-old Girl
California is bringing new challenges to the changes that the Trump administration has recently made to the Obama-era program. The Obama-era program protects certain undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children from being deported. General Xavier Becerra the California Attorney General announced Tuesday that California and other states “to bring challenges” to the new policy for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals … Continue reading California and a Few Other States Want to Challenge the Latest DACA Restrictions
As we begin to start getting ready to go back to school whether it be online or in person we all need to start new routines. One routine being taking care of your skin. Stress does not help acne, I know that I get stressed during the school year. So starting a new routine can help with all the stress and breakouts. All over TikTok … Continue reading Quick Things To Add To Your Daily Schedule to Help Your Skin
Attorney General William Barr seems to have mixed feelings on the death of George Floyd. When first asked about the unfortunate death of George Floyd he said “The leading cause of death for young Black males is homicide, every one of those lives matter.” But later when he was asked about the subject on Wednesday July 22 he called “extreme reactions that have demonized police”, … Continue reading Barr Thinks That George Floyd’s Death Started Extreme Actions Barr and Multiple Government Officials?