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  • Internet Radio Host Hal Turner Faces Connecticut Charges

    Internet Radio Host Hal Turner Faces Connecticut Charges
    Internet radio host Hal Turner — accused of inciting Catholics to "take up arms" and singling out two Connecticut lawmakers and a state ethics official on a website — was taken into custody in New Jersey late Wednesday after state Capitol...
  • Internet Radio Host Turner Unlikely To Appear In Court Until Next Week

    Internet radio host Hal Turner, accused of inciting violence against two state lawmakers and a state ethics official on a website, likely won't appear in Connecticut to answer the charge until next week. As of Thursday afternoon, Turner remained in a New...
  • Right-Wing Blogger Hal Turner Surrenders To Capitol Police

    Right-Wing Blogger Hal Turner Surrenders To Capitol Police
    New Jersey Internet radio host Hal Turner, wanted by Capitol police for encouraging Connecticut residents to "take up arms" against three state officials, surrendered today. "I am pleased that Mr. Turner was able to turn himself in today to the Capitol...
  • N.J. Blogger Turner, Charged With Inciting Injury, Posts Bail In Hartford

    New Jersey Internet radio host Hal Turner, wanted by Capitol police for encouraging Connecticut residents to "take up arms" against three state officials, surrendered Thursday. "I am pleased that Mr. Turner was able to turn himself in today to the...
  • Blogger Arraigned Over Call To Arms

    Hal Turner, the Internet radio host accused of inciting Catholics to "take up arms" against two state legislators and an official in the Office of State Ethics, didn't have a lot to say during his arraignment Monday morning at Superior Court in Hartford....
  • Rell Vetoes Bill To Abolish Death Penalty

    Rejecting calls for abolition, Republican Gov. M. Jodi Rell vetoed a bill Friday that would have repealed the death penalty in Connecticut. A longtime supporter of capital punishment, Rell said the ultimate penalty should be reserved for those who commit...
  • Lawmakers Are Debating Statute Of Limitations Laws After Reardon Case

    Lawmakers this morning are considering a proposal that would allow adult victims of child sexual abuse to bring lawsuits even if the statute of limitations has run out if new evidence is found that could not have reasonably been discovered before. The...
  • Reardon Case: Claims Could Grow

    The pool of victims eligible to sue St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center over alleged abuse at the hands of Dr. George Reardon could grow under a proposal now before the state legislature. The measure - which would extend the statute of limitations in...
  • Christopher Toppi Will Be Tried In Juvenile Court

    Christopher Toppi, the driver of the car involved in a fatal school bus accident in January, will be tried in juvenile court. Toppi's lawyer Michael Georgetti argued in Superior Court on Thursday that a law that went into effect Jan. 1 allowed for the...
  • Decoding The Signs, Averting The Horror

    The pattern is familiar: Someone goes on a shooting rampage in the workplace, and experts in mental health, law enforcement and the media struggle to find lessons in the aftermath. That's what happened after four employees were shot to death at the...
  • Governor's Mansion Enhanced More Than $800,000 In Donations

    Corporations and wealthy benefactors during former Gov. John G. Rowland's tenure donated more than $800,000 to fill the governor's mansion with brass candlesticks, Oriental rugs, teapots and other expensive antiques, records released Monday show. The...