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Animal watchdog group files 4th complaint against WSU

Ohio-based Stop Animal Exploitation Now filed another complaint this past week against Washington State University for what the animal rights group characterizes as a systematic failure at the university that has resulted in animal deaths due to negligence.

Lawyer faces child sex abuse charges

A North Idaho attorney is being held without bail in San Diego following allegations he sexually abused a teenage girl, including during “dates” at Southern California hotels. David C. Jacquot, 52, also is under investigation in Bonner County for a suspicious fire that destroyed his rural home days after authorities learned of the abuse allegations.

O.J. Tells His Tale With Book, Tape Murder Case Takes Another Unusual Twist With Release Of Book From Jail

O.J. Simpson might not testify in his murder trial, but he has spoken volumes - 500,000 volumes in the first press run alone. His jailhouse book reached stores Friday, shipped in secrecy. The book is "I Want to Tell You: My Response to Your Letters, Your Messages, Your Questions," hardcover, 208 pages, $17.95. Simpson says he is an innocent man in terrible pain, his grief alleviated by the swollen bundles of letters stuffed into his 5-by-8-foot jail cell.