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The husband of a Joint Base Lewis-McChord soldier charged with killing his autistic stepbrother in Wisconsin and freezing his body in a freezer will be extradited to Wisconsin to face charges of first degree intentional homicide and hiding a corpse in the death of 27 year old Matthew Graville.
Pierce County sheriff’s deputies arrested Jeffrey Vogelsberg, 28, late Monday November 6, 2012, at the base’s main gate. Dane County Wisconsin Sheriff Dave Mahoney said Graville was tortured and abused by Vogelsberg who killed him, froze his body in a freezer and then buried it near Mazomanie last July.
Two accomplices were also arrested and charged in Dane County Wisconsin in connection with the disappearance and homicide of Matthew Graville. According to criminal complaints, Vogelsberg’s wife, a military police officer, also knew about the crime.
In September 2012, Mazomanie Wisconsin authorities learned Matthew Graville, 27, who had Aspberger’s Syndrome, hadn’t been seen by family members since June 1, 2012. On Monday November 5, 2012y, they found his body in rural Sauk County. Dane County Sheriff Dave Mahoney says the office learned through interviews that Vogelsberg had mentally and physically tortured Graville for several months while they lived together. Officials believe that torture ended on July 1st, when Graville was killed. His body was found frozen and buried.
Jeffrey Vogelsberg, 28, is charged with first-degree intentional homicide and hiding a corpse. The sheriff said Graville lived with his half-brother in Mazomanie before Vogelsberg moved to Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington with his wife, who’s in the Army. Vogelsberg is in custody in Washington.
The brothers were renting the home from Robert McCumber, 28. McCumber is in custody, for helping hide Graville’s remains. He’s the one who led authorities to the body, and told them he helped bury it.
Graville’s step mother Laura Robar is also in custody. She’s accused of conspiring to hide Graville’s body, along with identity theft for taking money out of Graville’s bank account and using his food stamp card after he died.
Corine Danielle Motley, 25, was arrested in Pensacola Florida late Wednesday evening after Law Enforcement took pictures from a child pornography movie and asked for the public’s help in identifying the woman seen engaging in disgusting sexual acts with a victim approximately 4 to 5 years old. She faces federal charges for the production and distribution of child pornography.
As of this morning, both the Facebook pages of Corine Motley and her husband, Brandon Motley’ are not available for viewing. However, according to various news reports, Corine Motley’s Facebook page contained many photos of her with children. Law Enforcement thanked the public in the distribution and rapid identification of this child predator.
A very pregnant Laci Peterson at the baby shower the Peterson family had for her San Diego, 2002
This holiday season marks 10 years since the brutal murder of Laci Peterson and her unborn son, Conner. Sharon Rocha, Laci’s mom, spoke out in a recent article about the difficult emotions and grief that the Holidays still bring to Laci’s family. The emptiness that everyday brings with out Laci and Conner, but especially the Holidays when Laci and Conner were taken from them and taken from the world.
I will never forget the first time I saw a picture of Laci Peterson. A beautiful, vivacious, and pregnant young lady with a smile that was so big and bright it must have been a source of sun shine for everyone who knew her. Just in pictures, one can tell what a source of energy, love, sweetness, fun, and light Laci was in the lives of her friends and family. A person can not look at a picture of a smiling Laci Rocha Peterson and not smile back.Her smile is contagious..A smile that she got from her mother and lives on through the few smiling pictures of, Sharon Rocha.
However, what the media never discusses and therefore the world tends to forget is the fact that the Peterson family also lost Laci and Conner Peterson that holiday season 10 years ago. Jackie and Lee Peterson, also lost their beautiful daughter in law who was carrying their Grandson. Conner Peterson was their Grandchild also. The media and the world never bother to acknowledge those facts or demonstrate any compassion for the grief and lose the Peterson family feel, especially during the Holidays. The grief, loss, and horror that both of these families endured and relive every Holiday season should never be forgotten.
Every Christmas Eve, it has been my tradition to light two candles, a white one and a baby blue one, in honor of Laci and Conner Peterson. I will do so again this Christmas Eve. My heart goes out to the Rocha and the Peterson families this Holiday Season.
We loved her, we miss her, and we think of her and Conner everyday. Our family is not complete without them. (The Peterson Family)
I have been keeping up on the Sandy Hook tragedy and I am witnessing a disturbing and disgusting trend among the media and the general population. Some opinions out there are based upon assumption and a rush to judgement without knowing the facts and details. This poor woman, Nancy Lanza, was also a victim and in her death I think it is absolutely disgusting for so many members of the general public to be spouting some of the horrible things they are spouting about her.
For one, I am just absolutely disgusted that this poor woman is being blamed for absolutely everything. To include the fact that the boy refused to speak to his father. In all of the outrage that the America public feels and justifiable so, it seems that a vast majority of people are forgetting that this guy was a 20-year-old adult, highly intelligent, and has a high functioning form of Autism. This is not a 20-year-old with downs syndrome we are talking about here. Once our kids become adults,we as parents, are pretty limited in what we can do for them and we certainly can not force them to “get help”, no matter how desperately we, as parents, might think they need it.
I am so disturbed by and sick of our “blame the mother” society! So there are a few things that I want to address based upon comments made by members of the general public.
Comment: “From all the articles I’ve read, it sounds to me like she was a negligent drunk. ”
Response: Articles said she stopped by a local pub a few nights a week. As many many people do. Not one article said she was a “negligent drunk”. Many many articles did, however, state that people who knew her said “she was a caring and loving mother who was very active, hands on, and always there for her sons”. Stopping by a local pub a few nights a week for a drink or even two drinks does not make you a “negligent drunk”, especially when the “child” you are leaving at home is 20 years old.
Comment: The dad was alienated and estranged, probably by the mom.
Response: According to all articles that I have read Nancy and Peter Lanza’s divorce was very amicable and they remained on “good terms”. The articles said that Adam Lanza refused to see or speak to his father. Perhaps it was for something his father did.. Again this kid was 20 years old and it is ridiculous to blame his mother because he refused to speak to his father.
Comment: “And we damn sure don’t leave our children alone for 2 and a half days. Thats just bad parenting. must be nice to take a mini vacation.”
Response: Good Lord..a lot of 20 year olds don’t even live with their parents, including autistic 20 year olds! Guess, there is an entire nation of “bad parents” just leaving there 20-year-old children unsupervised while they go off on a “mini vacation”…The nerve!!! What is the nation coming too when parents are not hiring baby sitters for their 20 year olds!
Comment: If the USA turned to God/Jesus, that would make a big improvement.
Response: Yep turn to God/Jesus America….And burn them at the stake and wipe out entire civilizations chalked full of innocent women and children like historical Christians.
Comment: The mother should be convicted of first degree negligence (if there were such a law). Let’s see: anti-social/mentally ill boy, love of shooting, arsenal of guns. These are all signals. A boy like that doesn’t have the proper skills or mental ability to deal with rage. None of these things happen in a vacuum. Many times they are preventable by the person nearest the perpetrator. Stupidity and ignorance… a mom here.
Response: Ummm…the mother can’t be convicted of first degree negligence because her son blew her head off by shooting her in the face four times with a 22 caliber rifle while she slept . Oh by the way she is dead now…sheesh…really? Oh by the way his social awkwardness is a standard symptom of Autism, it doesn’t mean he was “anti social”. Stupidity and Ignorance indeed. (The mom of four to include an autistic child here)
Comment: A son’s failure is a parent’s failure. Although it’s sad to say, she ate what she planted.
Response: really? are you referring to the murderous son or the one who graduated from college and was a successful accountant for a well established firm by the time he was 27 years old? Oh by the way, he lived in that basement and played those video games too…Just saying
Comment: “And really what was on her mind besides being a gun lover”.
Response; “I guess you can ask that question to the 42% of American’s who are “gun lovers”
Comment: The mother is fully responsible for allowing this young man access to guns and ammo. With all the money she had access to, she could have afforded a proper heavy duty gun safe that would have been all but impenetrable for a person to enter, without torch-cutting skills, unless he was also allowed access to the combo or safe key. Divorce lawyers most certainly have a role to play in all of this post divorce mayhem.
Response: Who said they were not locked up? According to your line of reasoning we could also say that is was the fault of the Sandy Hook staff, the school district, the state, and the federal government fault that “with all the money they had access to the school should have been all but impenetrable for a person to get into” and gain access to 20 plus children…He broke into a lock down school by the way, in broad day light, with a bunch of adults around. Obviously, he would also have the mental capacity to break into a gun safe at home if he really wanted those guns badly enough.
Comment: The killer liked weapons and the military, but he was too chicken to actually join the armed forces and fight against a live enemy. Sounds like another fine Sarah Palin supporter.
Response: Ummm the kid was not to “chicken’….He was Autistic so he could not “actually join the military and fight against a live enemy”…sigh…(Wife of a soldier who deployed 5 times and the mother of an autistic 10-year-old boy)
The bottom line is this;
We don’t know these people…We don’t know this family..We don’t know Nancy Lanza…We don’t know her situation…But what we do know is that this poor woman was shot in the face four times with a high-caliber 22 rifle as she slept in her own bed by her own son. Honestly, I think she has more than “paid” for any perceived parental mistakes the public feels she has made. Can’t we just let the poor woman rest in peace? Do we really need to dig her up and crucify her?
Have a little compassion for this woman in her death and for her poor son, Ryan Lanza, who lost his mother and his brother and has to live the rest of his life knowing what his brother did. After all, how would you feel to have people writing such horrible and judgmental things about your mother after she was brutally murdered by your own sibling? Shame on anyone who is rushing to judgement and blaming this women when they don’t know her or the facts of the situation
Since the Sandy Hook tragedy issues of Gun control and how to protect our schools have been hotly debated. Yesterday, I posted my issues with tighter gun control. The fact of the matter is that gun control laws will just put the weapons into the hands of the criminals and create, yet another, avenue for them to fund their criminal activity. Gun control will not protect our children or our schools.
Our country needs to learn from the failed attempts of Prohibition and “The war on drugs”. As I stated in my post “Gun Control: A Criminal Coup”, both Prohibition and the War on Drugs have been dismal and expensive failures for American’s Law Abiding Citizen and the US Government. In fact, the only individual’s who have benefited have been Gangs, and other criminal syndicates. In fact, the mafia and Al Capone made millions from Prohibition. Gangs and other criminal organizations have gotten filthy rich off of the War on Drugs. The bottom line is that tighter Gun Control will only make the Criminal Richer and more dangerous, the US Government more financially broke, and the law abiding citizens less protected.
Another thing to consider is that laws can not be implemented retroactively. The estimated total number of assault rifles owned by private citizens is approximately 4 million. That means that even with a future ban on assault rifles the 4 million all ready out there will remain legal to own and they will remain in circulation.You can also bet that with all of the debate about banning assault rifles we will see an increase in assault rifle sales before the ban is enacted. As such, I fail to see how banning assault rifles or tighter gun control is going to make our public, our schools, and our children safer.
Now there is some talk about arming teachers with weapons. Kindergarten teachers with weapons? Any teacher with a fire arm? To me that is just absolutely insane. I don’t want my child’s teacher “packing heat” in the class room. Do we really want our kids to have that many weapons in there general vicinity during the school day? How about the unstable children who gain access to a teachers fire arm? This will only achieve in a rise in school shootings as the result of a student getting a hold of a teachers fire arm. Furthermore, in order for arming teachers to have any form of real safty element teachers would, at the very least, have to keep their fire arm under lock and key so that their students didn’t gain acess to it during the school day.
One of the key elements of mass shootings is their unexpected and swift element of attack. Meaning people are totally caught off guard when they occur. A teacher isn’t going to have much or any time at all to retrieve a firm arm that is under lock and key, take off the safety, load it, and protect themselves and their students from a crazed gun man who has just unexpectedly burst into their class room with a few assault rifles. Are we going to army our teachers with assault rifles? Because a regular gun/pistol is no match for a Bushmaster. The teacher and students would be riddled with bullets before the teacher got any where near their little hand gun. As such the whole Idea of arming our teachers will only serve to make the schools even more dangerous for our children.
Fortification of our School Buildings
1. Instead of wasting billions on “tighter gun control”, our Government should spend that money fortifying our schools buildings.
A. Bullet proof glass.
B. Electronic security systems with panic buttons in each class room, in all faculty offices and areas, that will automatically and immediately lock down each individual room in the schools.
Security and/or Law Enforcement
Create greater safety for our children, jobs for the economy, and crime deterrence among students by posting a Law Enforcement/Security Officer at each and every school.
A. Provide said Officer with a full time and regular beat at every public school and provide them a “station” with in the school.
B. Each officers office would have a gun room that carry’s the necessary weaponry to protect the school in the event of an attack and at the same time limit the circulation of guns with in the school itself.
C. Equip the security office with video camera of all area’s of the school so that security individual can keep a watch out for suspicious activity. (After all, our department stores and businesses all have “loss prevention officers” who spend their work day watching cameras, apprehending shop lifters, and protecting the store merchandise. Shouldn’t we be doing the same to protect and insure the safety and security of our nations children?)
D. Instead of having individuals sign in at the office in order to come into the school they would have them sign in at the security office. (Of course, any and all individuals would be subject to a pat down and a search of their belongings before being allowed access to the school. )
If our Government was to take the millions and billions they will waste on tighter gun control and use it to fortify our schools and post an officer at every school just think about how many jobs that would create. Retired police officers and disabled veterans would be perfect for this type of job.
Give consideration to how this would benefit our children by having a law enforcement officer stationed at their school. It would certainly assist with building a re-pour of trust between children and law enforcement beginning when the children are young. This would be community policing at it’s best and finest.
Law enforcement on the premises would act as a determinant for criminal activity among students. For instance, knowing a cop is on the premises and able to search their person, their locker, and their belonging at any time will certainly cut down on weapon and gun circulation. At the very least, a kid will think twice.
Law Enforcement at the school will also provide rapid response by law enforcement in the event of an in school situation. For instance, gang activity, drug activity, physical altercations, sexual assaults, or out of control students making threats with in the class room to teachers and students.
Law Enforcement with in the school could also be in charge of Anti Bullying, DARE, Gang Deterrent, and other similar programs with in our schools, thus reaching our kids from kindergarten and educating them through out their school aged years.
As a parent, I think it is absolutely dangerous and insane to have teachers and school staff “packing” a concealed weapon around in public schools. I would much rather see fortified schools with on duty and trained law enforcement personnel than my son’s English teacher sporting a concealed weapon at the chalk board. What about you?
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In the after math of the Sandy Hook Elementary Tragedy we are hearing “Tighter Gun Control” being shouted from the roof tops all over America. I am not a gun owner and I don’t ever care to have a gun in my home. However, I take serious issue with “tighter gun control’ laws. So I am going to throw my two cents into the heated political and social topic.
Guns are not the problem….People are the problem…Our society is the problem…The break down of families is the problem…Kids who are left to their own devices while both parents work so they can afford the next bigger and better house, car, or purse is the problem. The lack of decent and plentiful mental health care programs is the problem. And most glaringly obvious…The narcissistic, sociopathic, and materialistic selfishness of the American Culture is the problem.
The only thing that “Gun Control” will do is create a money monopoly for the gangs and the criminals. Essentially what we are taking about here with “Gun Control” is a form of prohibition. Prohibition only serves the criminal element in American. Our history has demonstrated this repeatedly. For instance, the Prohibition of Alcohol was a failure for the law-abiding and for our government. However, it served Al Capone very well. In fact, his alcohol criminal monopoly during prohibition made Al Capone one of the richest criminals of all time.
Anyone ever heard of “the war on drugs”? Our country has wasted billions of dollars on the attempted prohibition of drugs and it has been an expensive and a dismal failure. In fact, the only thing it has achieved is providing gangs and criminals with a million dollar money-making enterprise! The formalization and power of a gang or any criminal enterprise is dependent on money…Does anyone really believe that the Crips or Bloods gained the money to fund their criminal enterprise by working at Mc. Donald’s?
The bottom line is that prohibition of alcohol didn’t work….The war on drugs didn’t work…In fact, all either did was create a money-making monopoly for criminals to fund their criminal activity. Tighter gun control will only prove to do the same. Criminal’s break the law. That is what makes them criminals..It is completely ignorant to think that criminals are going to abide by “gun control laws”…
Reality is and research shows that all that “tighter gun control” laws will achieve is to make it harder for law-abiding people to own a weapon to protect themselves, their loved ones, and their property. Gun control laws will only make the criminal more dangerous….the criminal richer….And the law-abiding less protected….Period
States such as California, Illinois, Nevada and South Carolina, which made devastating cuts to mental health services previously, have made further cuts for fiscal year (FY) 2012, putting tens of thousands of citizens at great risk. States have cut more than $1.6 billion in general funds from their state mental health agency budgets for mental health services since FY2009, a period during which demand for such services increased significantly. These cuts translate into loss of vital services such as housing, Assertive Community Treatment, access to psychiatric medications and crisis services( National Alliance on Mental Illness, 2012)
47% Percentage of Americans say they have a gun in their home or elsewhere on their property. According to the federal government, there are an estimated 310 million fire arms in the U.S, which includes 114 million handguns, 110 million rifles, and 86 million shotguns. (Sanburn, 2012)
According to the US Department of Justice, 900,000 criminally active gang members – a third of them juveniles(12) – in 20,000 street gangs, in over 2,500 cities, dominate the US drugs trade. (Counting The Cost, 2012)
Accurate figures for spending on drug law enforcement are hard to come by, but recent research suggests the US alone has spent, at a conservative estimate, $640 billion dollars
since President Richard Nixon declared a war on drugs with an initial budget of $100m in 1971. Globally, annual spend now certainly exceeds $100 billion. (Counting The Cost, 2012)
Through the criminal experience gained and the political connections established in gambling and prostitution rackets in the early 1900s, gangsters had become well prepared for the exploitation of Prohibition, which was ratified as the 18th Constitutional Amendment in 1919. Illegalizing the production, distribution, and consumption of alcoholic beverages – all of which were corollaries to the amendment – did not curb the desire of Chicagoans for liquor or beer. This great demand for and simultaneous illegalization of alcohol opened up a new illegal market for the gangster to develop and monopolize. As Al Capone put it, “All I do is to supply a public demand … somebody had to throw some liquor on that thirst. Why not me?” (Sullivan, 111).
A 28-year-old Bellingham Washington man, Daniel Joshua Bravo, is in custody after he allegedly punched a 4-month-old infant Sunday afternoon, police said. The infant was hospitalized and medical condition remains unknown.
A Richland Hills Texas man, Brent Troy Bartel ,allegedly carved a pentagram into his 6-year-old son’s back with a box cutter before smearing blood around the doorway to his home early Wednesday morning.