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This much-buzzed-about-by-comics-folk Wall Street Journal piece on contemporary superhero comics and the comics industry at large by Tim Marchman pretty much stunned me, for several reasons. First and most of all, it ran in the Wall Street Journal. The ease with which DC and Marvel can place plot twists, publishing initiatives, and cultural-hotbutton gimmickry in fawning, unquestioning puff pieces everywhere from The New York Times on down would make the Defense Department blush.
Francis of Assisi church in Bend, helped cover up child sexual abuse. Deacon Joseph Levine used to work for the society of St. John in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
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Most of the sex offender information is not public -- and Sex Offender Registration Manager Jeff Clabaugh admits many people don't know that. Like many parents trying to protect their kids, she's done her homework -- going online to look for sex offenders in her area to check the site at. OSP data shows only 10 registered sex offenders living in Deschutes County entered in the public database.
David Dale Cook, 37, Bend, reportedly left the area in a vehicle and traveled north. Deputies spent Thursday night overnight searching for him. Cook was released from prison in August and has been on post-prison supervision.
Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. A bill overwhelmingly passed in the Oregon Legislature this session imposes life sentences for repeat rapists and sex offenders. A link has been sent to your friend's email address. A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.
On Tuesday, Gilbert Lee, a doctor convicted 10 years ago of fondling patients, filed a petition in Deschutes County Circuit Court to be relieved of his obligation to register as a sex offender. These requests are granted more than some might think. For one thing, the offender must have only the one sex-related offense on his or her record.