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Day 1: Bryan Ranger “sex abuse” trial

Day 1:  Bryan Ranger “sex abuse” trial

By Donna Westfall – June 14, 2017  – Back on October 11, 2013, the  TRIPLICATE newspaper ran an article titled, “C.C. Man to face sex crimes charges,” and proceeded to…

Is obstruction of justice a felony or a misdemeanor?

By Donna Westfall – April 26, 2017 – It never ceases to amaze me when when government officials are paid to do a job and then don’t do it.  For…

BREAKING NEWS: Part 2 – Mercy Ranger Confesses

By Donna Westfall – April 16, 2017 – MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE? Whenever a person of principal sits in jail unwilling to admit guilt or to plea bargain, some might call…

Apologies from Hemmingsen, Howard and Cable

[fvplayer src=”http://www.crescentcitytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Compressed-Bos-1.m4v” width=”300″ height=”200″] By Donna Westfall – April 13, 2017 – Denying 1st Amendment rights came back to the April 11, 2017 Board of Supervisors meeting for discussion in…

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month: What to do if CPS is accusing you of abuse or neglect

By Donna Westfall – April 5, 2017 – Child Protection Services (CPS) was established in 1912. For the past 100 years, incidences of abuse and neglect were handled by government…

Who’s lying now?

Opinion Piece By Samuel Strait – April 2, 2017 – I never was particularly enamored with the Triplicate’s content when Richard Wiens was the editor, and was even less so when…

Has Our Local Child Protective Services Become an Evil Organization Ripping Families Apart for Money?

Credit to Dr. Mercola’s article: CAPTA: The Child Abuse Law Which Could Destroy Your Reputation published February 05, 2011 Opinion Piece By Donna Westfall – April 1, 2017 – First off,…

WE ALMOST LOST THE MOST PRECIOUS THING WE HAVE – FREEDOM OF SPEECH

By Donna Westfall – March 30, 2017 – December 15, 1791 was a most memorial day in the history of the United States.  It was the day that we adopted the…