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hundreds of journals found in home with 13 captive children


one expert thinks that these diaries-turned-evidence could have been what kept the siblings sane.        






news daily: shackled children found and carillion collapse fallout


shackled siblings found in california homepolice arrest the parents of 13 children allegedly held captive, some chained to their beds.16 january 2018






shackled children found in perris, california home


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption the parents are held on charges of torture and child endangerment two parents have been arrested in california after police found 13 people allegedly being held captive at their home, including some "shackled to their beds with chains and padlocks".david allen turpin, 57, and louise anna turpin, 49, were held on charges of torture and child endangerment.the 13 people - aged between two and 29 - were found in a house in perris, 59 miles (95km) south-east of los angeles, police say. they are all believed to be siblings.officers were alerted by one of the victim, who on sunday managed to escape and call the emergency number "from a cellular device she found inside the house", the riverside sheriff's department said in a statement.the girl - who police






shackled children found in perris, california home


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption the parents are held on charges of torture and child endangerment two parents have been arrested in california after police found 13 people allegedly being held captive at their home, including some "shackled to their beds with chains and padlocks".david allen turpin, 57, and louise anna turpin, 49, were held on charges of torture and child endangerment.the 13 people - aged between two and 29 - were found in a house in perris, 59 miles (95km) south-east of los angeles, police say. they are all believed to be siblings.officers were alerted by one of the victims, who on sunday managed to escape and call the emergency number "from a cellular device she found inside the house", the riverside sheriff's department said in a statement.the girl - who police






captive children case: 'not one person called us' about odd behavior,


david and louise turpin are charged with multiple counts of child abuse after 13 malnourished siblings were found in their perris, calif., home.        






no rules for california home schools, where 13 found captive


los angeles (ap) — a california home where authorities say two parents tortured their 13 children had doubled as a private school.but it was not subject to government oversight because no state agency regulates or oversees private schools in california.david allen turpin and his wife, louise anna turpin, were arrested sunday after authorities found the malnourished children in their home in a los angeles suburb.he had been the principal of a private school at his house, which he called the sandcastle day school. in the 2016-17 school year, it had an enrollment of six — all his children.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.private schools in california aren’t licensed by the state education department. the schools are only required to file a yearly affidavit with the nu






children's captivity in perris: an emaciated girl's window escape opened door to


when riverside county sheriff’s deputies entered the perris house where a married couple was said to be holding their 13 children captive, they found a horrific scene.there was a strong, foul smell. the house was filthy. three young people were chained to pieces of furniture. children were badly emaciated.and yet, riverside county sheriff’s capt. greg fellows said tuesday, the children’s mother was surprised to see authorities.“it seemed that the mother was perplexed as to why we were at the residence,” fellows said.sheriff’s deputies had never received a call from the house or about suspected child abuse, fellows said at a news conference. a county child protective services official said this was the “first chance we had to intervene.”authorities on tuesday released more details about the






sting operation reveals science's insane fake news problem


image: internet archive book images/wikimedia commonsif someone applied to a top position at a company, you’d hope a hiring manager would at least google the applicant to ensure they’re qualified. a group of researchers sent phony resumes to 360 scientific journals for an applicant whose polish name translated to “dr. fraud.” and 48 journals happily appointed the fake doctor to their editorial board.advertisementthis sting operation was the first systematic analysis on editorial roles in science publishing, adding concrete evidence to a problem past stings have shed light on. there are a whole lot of “predatory” scientific journals out there, journals that take advantage of scientists’ need to produce articles by publishing anything for a fee, without checking to make sure the paper is act






ny fort acquires wartime journals of pennsylvania officer


ticonderoga, n.y. — officials at new york's fort ticonderoga say they've acquired two rare journals of a pennsylvania officer who served on the northern frontier during the american revolution.museum curators at the historic site and tourist attraction in the southeastern adirondacks say the acquisition of capt. john lacey's journals was made possible by a large donation. the amount and the source weren't released.lacey served in col. anthony wayne's 4th pennsylvania battalion in 1776. while wayne and his battalion fought in quebec, lacey's regiment was assigned to work on the fortifications at ticonderoga.curators say the journals provide a glimpse into a young american officer's life in the field during a pivotal year in the revolutionary war, as well as details of how 18th century milit






police rescue 13 siblings found shackled in california home; parents charged wit


an emaciated 17-year-old girl escaped a home in perris, california, early sunday morning where she had been held captive alongside her 12 brothers and sisters in filthy conditions, according to police.authorities arrived at the home to find several children shackled to beds with chains and padlocks, "in dark and foul-smelling" conditions, the riverside county sheriff's department said in a news release.the parents, david allen turpin, 57, and louise anna turpin, 49, have been arrested on charges of torture and child endangerment. their bail is set at $9 million each. they were "unable to immediately provide a logical reason" why their children were shackled and chained, authorities said.sheriff deputies were "shocked" to discover that seven of the "children" in the home were actually adult






13 children held captive in california home were denied contact with outside wor


thirteen malnourished siblings allegedly kept captive in filthy conditions by their parents in a southern california home lived a strict existence with no social lives and no contact with extended family, two of their aunts said wednesday."they weren't allowed to watch tv. they weren't allowed to have friends over — the normal things that kids do," the children's aunt, teresa robinette, told nbc's "today" show.robinette is the sister of louise turpin, 49, who along with her husband, 57-year-old david allen turpin, were jailed on $9 million bail each. charges that may include torture and child endangerment could come wednesday and a court appearance is scheduled for thursday, authorities said.deputies said some siblings were shackled to furniture in the foul-smelling home in suburban rivers






book sales hit a record as children's fiction gains in popularity


image copyrightepachildren's fiction helped drive uk book sales to a record £3.5bn last year, the publishers association (pa) has said.the 6% rise came despite the waning popularity of ebooks, which saw sales fall by 3% to £538m last year.sales of children's books rose 16% to £365m, with the increase due mainly to the purchase of printed works.readers also flocked to fitness and self-help books, sending non-fiction sales up 9%. revenues from fiction fell 7%, the pa's annual report said.including journals, the pa said that the publishing industry - covering books and journals - saw a 7% increase in sales to £4.8bn.exports rose 6% to £2.6bn, benefiting from a decline in the value of sterling, but also rising in line with domestic growth. exports of children's books increased 34% to £116m.the






parents arrested after children found shackled and malnourished in perris home


the 911 call came in at 6 a.m. sunday. a teenage girl was on the line with an unsettling tale.she had managed to escape from her family’s home in perris, where her parents had been holding her captive. her brothers and sisters were still locked inside — 12 of them. some were chained to their beds, she said.riverside county sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to find the 17-year-old girl. when they saw her, they were struck by her small size and emaciated appearance. she looked to be only 10, according to the sheriff’s account released monday.the nightmarish scene deputies discovered when they entered the house on muir woods road was as bad as the girl had described. they found “several children shackled to their beds with chains and padlocks in dark and foul-smelling surroundings,” the stat






parents arrested after children found shackled and malnourished in perris home –


the 911 call came in at 6 a.m. sunday. a teenage girl was on the line with an unsettling tale.she had managed to escape from her family's home in perris, where her parents had been holding her captive. her brothers and sisters were still locked inside — 12 of them. some were chained to their beds, she said.advertisementriverside county sheriff's deputies were dispatched to find the 17-year-old girl. when they saw her, they were struck by her small size and emaciated appearance. she looked to be only 10, according to the sheriff's account released monday.the nightmarish scene deputies discovered when they entered the house on muir woods road was as bad as the girl had described. they found "several children shackled to their beds with chains and padlocks in dark and foul-smelling surroundin






children found shackled and malnourished in perris home; parents arrested


the 911 call came in at 6 a.m. sunday. a teenage girl was on the line with an unsettling tale.she had managed to escape from her family’s home in perris, where her parents had been holding her captive. her brothers and sisters were still locked inside — 12 of them. some were chained to their beds, she said.riverside county sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to find the 17-year-old girl. when they saw her, they were struck by her small size and emaciated appearance. she looked to be only 10, according to the sheriff’s account released monday.the nightmarish scene deputies discovered when they entered the house on muir woods road was as bad as the girl had described. they found “several children shackled to their beds with chains and padlocks in dark and foul-smelling surroundings,” the stat






parents arrested after children found shackled and malnourished in perris home –


the 911 call came in at 6 a.m. sunday. a teenage girl was on the line with an unsettling tale.she had managed to escape from her family's home in perris, where her parents had been holding her captive. her brothers and sisters were still locked inside — 12 of them. some were chained to their beds, she said.advertisementriverside county sheriff's deputies were dispatched to find the 17-year-old girl. when they saw her, they were struck by her small size and emaciated appearance. she looked to be only 10, according to the sheriff's account released monday.the nightmarish scene deputies discovered when they entered the house on muir woods road was as bad as the girl had described. they found "several children shackled to their beds with chains and padlocks in dark and foul-smelling surroundin






turpin: shackled siblings found in perris, california home


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiona neighbour said the children were always accompanied by the parentstwo parents have been arrested in california after police found they allegedly kept their 13 children captive at home, some "shackled to their beds with chains and padlocks".david allen turpin, 57, and louise anna turpin, 49, were held on charges of torture and child endangerment.the couple's children - aged two to 29 - lived in perris, 59 miles (95km) south-east of los angeles. officers were alerted by one of the victims, a 17-year-old girl.the girl - who appeared to be "only 10 years old and slightly emaciated" - on sunday managed to escape and call the emergency number using a mobile phone found inside the house, the riverside sheriff's department said in a statem






turpin: shackled siblings found in perris, california home


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiona neighbour said the children were always accompanied by the parentsa california couple have been arrested after police found their 13 children allegedly held captive at home, some "shackled to their beds with chains and padlocks".david allen turpin, 57, and louise anna turpin, 49, were held on charges of torture and child endangerment.the couple's children - aged two to 29 - lived in perris, 59 miles (95km) south-east of los angeles. officers were alerted by one of the victims, a 17-year-old girl.the girl - who appeared to be "only 10 years old and slightly emaciated" - on sunday managed to escape and call the emergency number using a mobile phone found inside the house, the riverside sheriff's department said in a statement.what di






mom of children found shackled in home was 'perplexed' by police visit


the mother of 13 malnourished children and young adults who were held in filthy conditions, some chained to furniture, was "perplexed" when deputies arrived at the family's southern california home, a sheriff's official said tuesday.the deputies had been summoned by a 17-year-old daughter who jumped out a window and called 911.riverside county sheriff's capt. greg fellows described the reaction of the mother, louise anna turpin, 49, without elaborating. he said he did not know how the father, 57-year-old david allen turpin, reacted.the situation at the home in perris, about 70 miles southeast of los angeles, was discovered when the daughter escaped early sunday, fellows said.the teen, who was so small that deputies initially thought she was 10 years old, showed them photographs that led th






turpin: shackled siblings found in perris, california home


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiona neighbour said the children were always accompanied by the parentsa california couple have been arrested after police found their 13 children allegedly held captive at home, some "shackled to their beds with chains and padlocks".david allen turpin, 57, and louise anna turpin, 49, were held on charges of torture and child endangerment.the couple's children - aged two to 29 - lived in perris, 59 miles (95km) south-east of los angeles. officers were alerted by one of the victims, a 17-year-old girl.the girl - who appeared to be "only 10 years old and slightly emaciated" - on sunday managed to escape and call the emergency number using a mobile phone found inside the house, the riverside sheriff's department said in a statement.what di






shackled siblings found in perris, california home


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption the parents are held on charges of torture and child endangerment two parents have been arrested in california after police found they allegedly kept their 13 children captive at home, some "shackled to their beds with chains and padlocks".david allen turpin, 57, and louise anna turpin, 49, were held on charges of torture and child endangerment.the couple's children - aged two to 29 - lived in perris, 59 miles (95km) south-east of los angeles. officers were alerted by one of the victims, a 17-year-old girl.the girl - who appeared to be "only 10 years old and slightly emaciated" - on sunday managed to escape and call the emergency number using a mobile phone found inside the house, the riverside sheriff's department said in a statement.what did polic






torture was 'severe, pervasive, prolonged' in house where california parents sta


sandy huffaker / getty imagesthe turpin home in perris, calif., where police discovered 13 family members, ages 2-29, had been held captive in filthy conditions, kept malnourished and shackled to beds with chains and padlocks.the turpin home in perris, calif., where police discovered 13 family members, ages 2-29, had been held captive in filthy conditions, kept malnourished and shackled to beds with chains and padlocks. (sandy huffaker / getty images)






'i hate this life' – slain girl's journals focus of grandmother's murder trial


in her opening remarks, ford's lawyer, assistant public defender judie smith, said the grandmother was "overworked, overwhelmed and overcome" while caring for her bedridden son as well as three grandchildren. calling gizzy a "tragically troubled young lady," smith suggested that the girl had inflicted her own injuries, saying she took out her frustrations in life "by injuring herself."dcfs sued over the 'torture' death of girl, 8staff reportthe family of an 8-year-old girl found beaten and strangled in her austin home are suing the illinois department of children and family services, claiming the agency failed to protect her from abuse that amounted to "torture."gizzell ford was found dead in her family's home in the 5200 block of... the family of an 8-year-old girl found beaten and strang






parents of 13 malnourished children charged with years of torture and abuse in c


sandy huffaker / getty imagesthe turpin home in perris, calif., where police discovered 13 family members, ages 2-29, had been held captive in filthy conditions, kept malnourished and shackled to beds with chains and padlocks.the turpin home in perris, calif., where police discovered 13 family members, ages 2-29, had been held captive in filthy conditions, kept malnourished and shackled to beds with chains and padlocks. (sandy huffaker / getty images)






european urology journals download


download download european urology journalsit just got a whole lot easier to keep up with the most recent and compelling information in urology. european urology, european urology focus, and european urology supplements are now available on the european urology journals app bringing you the convenience of reading your favorite journals from anywhere in the world with just a tap. now available for both android tablets and smartphones. stay ahead with alerts when new issues are available and read articles in press throughout the month. experience innovative digital content with the newly introduced article enhancements; featuring audioslides, virtual microscope, 3d radiological viewer, 3d neuroimaging viewer, and more. get access to the journal content on the app via your institution's ip. e






cancer journal retracts a record hundred and seven studies


image: springer tumor biologyscientists don’t work in a vacuum. their work should always come along with a rigorous review process to ensure their methods and results aren’t wild, misinterpreted, or outright made up. but what if you’ve found a way to fake your own review?advertisementthat’s the problem facing a cancer journal called tumor biology that used to be published by the large science publisher springer. the publication is retracting 107 papers, a new record for a single journal retraction according to the science watchdogs at retraction watch. they report: in this case, springer, the publisher of tumor biology through 2016, told us that an investigation produced “clear evidence” the reviews were submitted under the names of real researchers with faked emails. some of the authors m






2nd relative of missing arkansas children is found dead


mena, ark. — arkansas authorities say the great-uncle of two missing children has been found dead in his home not far from where the body of the children's mother was found in a creek earlier this week.the polk county sheriff's office says 66-year-old steven payne was found dead thursday in his home in hatfield in far western arkansas.hatfield is about 4 miles southwest of where the body of payne's niece — 43-year-old bethany jo wester of mena — was found this week.sheriff scott sawyer told reporters the deaths are being investigated as homicides and the search continues for wester's two children, 9-year-old reilly scarbrough and 2-year-old acelynn wester.the national center for missing & exploited children says the children were last seen late last week. authorities say they're considered






lawmakers create ‘insurance company’ to help homeowners


hartford, conn. (ap) — connecticut legislators are looking to help hundreds, if not thousands, of homeowners whose foundations are crumbling because of an iron sulfide found in the concrete by creating the state’s own insurance company.the newly minted state budget includes language establishing a not-for-profit captive insurance company, run by a volunteer board of directors, to distribute grants for costly repairs or replacement of deteriorating foundations. it will be funded with $100 million in state bonds over five years.rep. jeff currey, a democrat from east hartford, said the captive insurance company will be regulated and licensed to give it “that extra layer of oversight.”this will mark the first time the state has created such a captive insurance company, which is essentially a h






no rules for california home schools, where 13 found captive


los angeles — the southern california home where authorities say two parents tortured their 13 children had doubled as a private school for the siblings but faced no government oversight and was never inspected by education officials.david turpin had been home schooling his children at the residence, which he called the sandcastle day school. in the 2016-17 school year, it had an enrollment of six, with one student each in the fifth, sixth, eighth, ninth, 10th and 12th grades.there was no indication anyone other than his children were enrolled, authorities said.authorities said they uncovered the abuse when a 17-year-old girl jumped out of a window, called 911 and led police to 12 siblings from 2 to 29 years old, all malnourished and some chained some to furniture.turpin and his wife, loui






hundreds of animals seized from eastern iowa home


vinton, iowa (ap) — authorities have seized hundreds of animals from an eastern iowa residence that’s also home to four children.officials executed a search warrant around 9:10 a.m. tuesday at the vinton house and garage. the animals found included rabbits, rats, mice, hedgehogs, turtles, birds, guinea pigs, gerbils and a hall python. several carcasses were scattered through the residence in various states of decomposition or stored in a freezer.no charges have been reported. officials say the children’s parents have been cooperating with state and local authorities.volunteers from the cedar valley humane society and other rescue groups removed animals all day. many of the animals were malnourished, dehydrated and living in overcrowded areas contaminated with fecal matter.most read stories






nigerian soldiers rescue another chibok captive


nigerian soldiers said they rescued another of the 276 schoolgirls kidnapped from the town of chibok four years ago, the latest hostage to gain her freedom after a series of escapes and hostage exchanges.troops said they found the young woman, salomi pogu, near the cameroon border, traveling through the mountainous region with another captive—a girl of roughly 14 years of age who wasn’t one of the several hundred teenagers the jihadist insurgency boko haram seized in 2014 from the chibok secondary school for girls. the mass...






bird deaths: pheasants 'most likely species' to die on uk roads


image copyrightshaun fergusonimage caption pheasants are far more likely than other species to be the victims of road kill pheasants are the bird species most likely to be run over on uk roads, research suggests. there has been a big rise in the number of pheasants being bred for shooting across the uk over the past 50 years.the study in royal society open science journal says these captive bred pheasants are 12 times more likely than other species to end up as road kill.university of exeter researchers found pheasants were most likely to be killed on the roads in autumn and spring.to gain a better understanding of what's causing the scale of road kill among pheasants, researchers looked at data from the early 1960s and the modern era. fifty years ago there were far fewer of the species in






bird deaths: pheasants 'most likely species' to die on uk roads


image copyrightshaun fergusonimage caption pheasants are far more likely than other species to be the victims of road kill pheasants are the bird species most likely to be run over on uk roads, research suggests. there has been a big rise in the number of pheasants being bred for shooting across the uk over the past 50 years.the study in royal society open science journal says these captive bred pheasants are 12 times more likely than other species to end up as road kill.university of exeter researchers found pheasants were most likely to be killed on the roads in autumn and spring.to gain a better understanding of what's causing the scale of road kill among pheasants, researchers looked at data from the early 1960s and the modern era. fifty years ago there were far fewer of the species in






captive children suffered years of abuse, starvation and cruelty by parents, aut


the siblings who were discovered this week living captive in a perris tract home were tortured and abused by their parents for years, living in conditions that only grew more horrific over time as the family moved from texas to california, prosecutors said thursday.david turpin, 56, and louise turpin, 49, whose 13 children ages 2 to 29 were discovered sunday after one of them escaped and called 911, punished their children by beating and choking them, tied them to beds for weeks or months at a time, deprived them of food and forced them to stay up all night and sleep during the day, said riverside county dist. atty. mike hestrin.advertisementthey were not allowed to shower more than once a year.the alleged abuse and neglect started decades ago, when the family lived in fort worth, texas, a






family held captive by taliban-linked group released


islamabad (ap) — an american woman, her canadian husband and their three young children have been released after years held captive by a network with ties to the taliban.u.s. officials say pakistan secured the release of caitlan coleman and her husband, canadian joshua boyle. the two were abducted five years ago while traveling in afghanistan and have been held by the haqqani network.coleman was pregnant when she was captured. the couple had three children while in captivity.the family’s current location, however, was unclear. and officials declined to say when the family planned to return to north america.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.the u.s. has criticized pakistan for failing to aggressively go after the haqqanis.a u.s. national security official, speaking o






turpin case: california couple deny torturing 'shackled siblings'


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiondavid turpin (r) and his wife louise turpin (l) deny charges of torturethe parents accused of holding their 13 children in shackles at a california home have pleaded not guilty.david turpin, 56, and louise turpin, 49, are facing charges of torture, abuse and false imprisonment. they were arrested after their daughter escaped from their home where police found some of her siblings chained to their beds and severely malnourished.the couple appeared in court hours after prosecutors detailed the horrific abuse allegations against them.riverside county district attorney mike hestrin said the couple had allegedly punished their children by tying them up - first using ropes and later chaining them to their beds with padlocks.he said the all






president trump using unsecured android phone in office, report says


image: whitehouse.gov us president donald trump is still using his unsecured android phone in office, despite a past report claiming that he turned it in for a secure, encrypted device with more limited features. the news comes by way of a new york times report that said trump has kept the phone, despite "protests of some of his aides."more about it security the report e only a few days after another new york times report said that trump traded his "android phone for a secure, encrypted device approved by the secret service with a new number that few people possess." the shift to a new device with a new number was especially important, given that trump has been known to personally take his own calls. one of the reasons that trump could have held onto the phone would be to continue his us