Suspect Dynel Catrece Lane – age 34 (Photo: Boulder County Sheriff’s Department)
What in the actual F is the matter with people?
A 26-year-old Longmont woman who was seven months pregnant showed up at a home Wednesday to buy baby clothes she’d seen in a Craigslist post.
What police say happened then is horrific: The 34-year-old woman named Dynel Catrece who lives at the home, in the 1600 block of Green Place in Longmont, CO stabbed the pregnant woman and “removed” her baby.
The baby did not survive.
Speaking to the Longmont Times-Call, the Boulder County District Attorney Stanley Garnett described Colorado laws involving crimes against an unborn child as “complicated.”
“In most circumstances, if a child was not actually born alive, then homicide charges are not possible,” Garnett told the newspaper, adding that charges would not need to be filed until next week.
It’s likely the most serious charge that Lane would face may be attempted first-degree murder, a class two felony punishable by 16 to 48 years in prison.
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Articles like this one suggest that the bridge and nearby Overtoun House are haunted. In 1994, local man Kevin Moy threw his baby son to his death from the bridge, claiming he thought the child was the anti-Christ. Whatever the reason, it remains an unexplained mystery. It is said that an average of one dog per month leaps to death from that bridge since the 1950s.
JPMorgan’s headquarters in Hong Kong (AFP Photo / Philippe Lopez)
via Coast to Coast and NY Post:
On Thursday’s Coast to Coast show, former commodities trader and “guerrilla economist,” V, talked about the recent mysterious deaths of bankers, including three who worked at JPMorgan. According to his sources, there are some 20 dead bankers, and some of the deaths appear to be connected. Two of the JPMorgan bankers that recently died (Gabriel Magee, 39, and Ryan Henry Crane, 37) had similar executive positions, and may have been looking at the same spreadsheets, V conjectured. “They uncovered something that was so heinous, so incredible, that if it were to get out, you would see a massive amount of reprisals…and people getting arrested or thrown in jail…So this is a ‘clean house’ method being perpetrated before our eyes,” he continued.
He suggested that the deaths might be connected to a massive $2 billion loss incurred by JPMorgan trader Bruno Iksil in 2012 involving credit default swaps, a huge manipulation going on in the precious metals market, and fraud involving Libor (London interest rate) and Forex (currency market). V views the bankers’ deaths as a harbinger of an economic implosion, and believes they’re being murdered, with a “scripted” suicide story placed as a cover-up.
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