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2023.06.06 21:50 Falconerelectronics Mina Miller Edison: A Powerful Force

Mina Miller Edison lived an incredibly inspiring life. She thrived in numerous aspects. Especially since she played many roles throughout her impressive lifespan. Highly educated, confident, ambitious and determined represent the characteristics that describe Mina.
She displayed a deep committed to her family. This includes being the loving wife to inventor, entrepreneur and American icon Thomas Edison. She was also a loving and dedicated mother.
In addition, Mina demonstrated a strong passion for her community with the endless organizations that she contributed a tremendous amount of time and energy.
Mina was born into an entrepreneurial family on July 6, 1865. As the Miller family continued to grow, Mina was the seventh of eleven children born to inventor Lewis Miller and Mary Alexander. Her parents had a love for education. Mina attended and graduated from Akron High School in Ohio. After high school, she went on to study at a home and day school in Boston.

Mina’s Father the Inventor and Founder

Mina Miller Edison was born into a family that was used to being in the spotlight. Lewis Miller was a successful inventor. He also became one of the founders of Chautauqua Institution. The Miller family spent summers in their home along Chautauqua Lake. Her families love for Chautauqua was passed down to Mina. Therefore, when she had a family of her own she brought them to her family home at Chautauqua Institition.
Mina’s father and husband both had a passion for inventing. However, what they chose to invent was different from one another. While Thomas concentrated on technology and electronics, Lewis focused on farm equipment. They shared the common goal of making life easier with their inventions.

Chautauqua Institution

Chautauqua Institution sets on the shores of beautiful Chautauqua Lake in southwestern New York State. The Institution was originally called the Chautauqua Lake Sunday School Assembly. It was founded in 1874 as an educational experiment in out-of-school, vacation learning by industrialist Lewis Miller and Methodist Bishop John Heyl Vincent. Hence, a place where spirituality meets continuing education.
“The original scheme was a Christian educational resort . . . [where] pleasure, science, and all friends of true culture should go side by side with true religion.”

Chautauqua Institution

We call Chautauqua County home which is also the birthplace of the National Historic Landmark, Chautauqua Institution. Chautauqua Institution is a 750-acre community on Chautauqua Lake that attracts 100,000 visitors each summer who explore spirituality, philosophy, cultural vitality and the arts.
President Theodore Roosevelt once called Chautauqua Institution: “the most American thing in America“.
The mission of Chautauqua Institution (or as locals call it, CHQ):
CHQ is dedicated to the exploration of the best in human values and the enrichment of life through a program that explores the important religious, social and political issues of our times; stimulates provocative, thoughtful involvement of individuals and families in creative response to such issues; and promotes excellence and creativity in the appreciation, performance and teaching of the arts.Each summer season celebrates four program areas: The Arts, Religion, Education and Recreation. A summer at Chautauqua is loaded with lectures, concerts, religious services and as well as amazing displays of literary and performing arts. Chautauqua Institution attracts world-class talent that performs ballet, theater, opera, symphony and dance. Click here to check out this season’s exciting events.

The Multiple Achievements of Mina Miller

Marriage to Thomas Edison

When Mina Miller met Thomas Edison, she was promised to her gentleman suitor, George Vincent, the son of Bishop Vincent. Edison learned that Mina would be staying the summer at Chautauqua, he arranged to spend time there to win her and meet her family. Thomas Edison’s hearing was badly compromised by this time from when he was a child so he taught Mina to send and receive Morse code. That summer, he used it to ask her to marry him. He tapped “Will you Marry Me?” on Mina’s hand, and she said “Yes.”
The next step was getting permission from Mina’s Father Lewis, to which Thomas wrote this:
“I trust you will not accuse me of egotism when I say that my life and history and standing are so well known as to call for no statement concerning myself. My reputation is so far made that I recognize I must be judged by it for good or ill. I need only add in conclusion that the step I have taken in asking your daughter to entrust her happiness into my keeping has been the result of mature deliberation, and with the full appreciation of the responsibility and the duty I have undertaken to fulfill. I do not deny that your answer will seriously affect my happiness, and I trust my suit will meet with your approval.”
This letter won the approval of Mr. Miller. The date for the wedding was set for February 24, 1886, hardly more than a year after they met. She was only 20 years old. Oak Place, the Miller home in Akron, was to be the site of the wedding. Father Miller and his Mary Valinda spared no expense in seeing that the nuptials were an occasion to be remembered.

Managing a Home Full of Staff and Children

When Mina and Thomas Edison got married she was much younger then her husband. She became the stepmother to his three children. Still being young herself she was not fully ready for motherhood. However, Mina Miller Edison took charge of the household. Often times Thomas was not around due to his work. This left Mina in charge of hiring the house staff as well as raising the children. Furthermore, she gave herself the title of “home executive”. Mina also held ownership of Glenmont. The home she shared with Thomas. Owning and managing her own home was the first of many successes for Mina.

Children of Her Own

Two years after their marriage Mina and Thomas added to their family with their first child, Madeleine. This started the same pattern of children Thomas had with his first wife. Their daughter was soon followed by two sons, Charles and Theodore.

Madeleine Edison

Madeleine was born on May 31st, 1888, the first child born to Mina. She was born in Glenmont, the Edison Family home in New Jersey. Madeleine married John Eyre Sloane. She married him in the Drawing Room at Glenmont on June 17, 1914. Madeleine and John had four sons, who happened to be Thomas Edison’s only grandchildren from either marriage.
Madeleine briefly ran for Congress in 1938, she sadly lost. During World War II she gave much of her time to blood drives for the New Jersey Red Cross. She also administered the Edison Birthplace in Milan, Ohio after her mother’s death. She died on February 14, 1979.

Charles Edison

Charles Edison was born into the Edison Family at the Glenmont on August 3, 1890. He married Carolyn Hawkins, whom he had met in 1912 then married on March 27, 1918. Finally, he became president of his father’s company, Thomas A. Edison, Incorporated, in 1927. He ran the company until it was sold in 1959.
Charles is the best known because of his second career, in public service. In the mid-1930s he served in the cabinet of President Franklin Roosevelt. First as Assistant Secretary of the Navy, then as Acting Secretary. New Jersey voters elected him as their governor in 1940. He also founded a charitable foundation that now bears his name, the Charles Edison Fund. He died on July 31, 1969

Theodore Miller Edison

Theodore Miller Edison was the last to be born at Glenmont on July 10, 1898. He attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, from which he earned his physics degree in 1923. He was the only member of the Edison family to graduate from college.
Theodore did work for his father’s company after graduation. After starting as an ordinary lab assistant, he worked his way up to technical director of research and engineering for Thomas A. Edison, Inc. He eventually founded his own company, Calibron Industries, Inc. Also, he built his own smaller laboratory in West Orange. Theodore earned over 80 patents in his career. In 1925 he married Anna Maria Osterhout, a graduate of Vassar. He became an ardent environmentalist. Theodore lived in West Orange with his wife Anna until his death on November 24, 1992.

Mina’s Step-Children

With the marriage between Thomas and Mina, she took on his three children from the first marriage. Marion, twelve years old, Thomas, Jr. ten years old, and William Leslie eight years old. She continued to struggle with her relationship with her stepdaughter. Mina’s stepchildren did not take education as seriously as she did. They believed that Edison’s fame could make their future for them. Finally, due to this belief, Mina’s stepchildren went on to live less acclaimed lives as the other Edison children.

Marion Estelle Edison

Marion was the first born of Thomas Edison’s children. She was born on February 18, 1873, and gained the nickname “Dot” as a child after Morse Code. In 1895 she married Karl Oscar Oeser, a German army lieutenant. They lived in Germany through the First World War. Unfortunately, her marriage ended in divorce in 1921. Finally, she then returned to the United States, where she died on April 16, 1965.

Thomas Alva Edison Jr

Thomas Alva, Junior, was born on January 10, 1876. He had the nickname “Dash” after Morse Code like his sister. He went on to marry stage actress Marie Louise Toohey in 1899. However, the marriage ended within a year. He next married Beatrice Heyzer. Thomas Jr sold the use of his name to advertise “quack” medicines and dubious inventions. His father disapproved of this and eventually asked him to change his name. Thomas Jr. briefly went by the name of Thomas Willard. His efforts at inventing and starting a mushroom farm failed. Finally, he died on August 25, 1935.

William Leslie Edison

William Leslie was born on October 26, 1878. He went to school at St. Paul’s School, Concord, New Hampshire. Then also attended J.M.Hawkins School on Staten Island. He later studied at the Sheffield scientific school at Yale. William soon married Blanche Travers. William Edison served in the military during the Spanish-American War in 1898. He also served again in the First World War. Like his brother he turned to farm life, breeding chickens. Finally, he died on August 10, 1937.

Chautauqua Institute and Mina’s Influence

Mina’s father’s love for Chautauqua was passed down to his daughter. Mina dedicated herself to many organizations locally. She supported many land and wildlife conservation. Often times Mina would donate her own funds to projects for Chautauqua. Mina became a trustee of the institute. Others involved in Chautauqua held Mina in high regards. Also much like her father, Mina continued her involvement with her beloved Institute until her passing in 1947.
Mina was active in many different organizations and clubs including:

The Thomas Alva Edison Foundation

After Thomas Edison passed away, Mina started The Thomas Alva Edison Foundation in his memory. The foundation combined both Thomas’s and Mina’s passions. Mina’s love for education and Thomas’s love for science. However, later on, the nature of the foundation changed. It was no longer dedicated to advancements in science and education. Finally, it became a foundation aimed at preserving Thomas Edison’s name and accomplishments

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2023.05.25 05:29 dowagiacmichigan Is there any hope for the Southern Tier?

The Southern Tier of NY is broadly defined as the southernmost counties of Upstate NY that are largely rural and not a part of any major metro area. These counties are Allegany, Broome, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Chemung, Chenango, Delaware, Steuben, and Tioga. While the Southern Tier has no large cities, some of the bigger towns include Binghamton, Jamestown, Elmira, Olean, Corning, Endicott, Dunkirk, Norwich, and Hornell. This region of NY is mostly economically depressed and part of the "rust belt", suffering from population decline in all counties, and a below average income and above average poverty rate. Relative to other regions of NY, the Southern Tier seems to have it the worst. While there has been revitalization and growth in other regions of the state like the Finger Lakes, Capital Region, and even some parts of the Mohawk Valley Region, this does not seem to be occurring in the Southern Tier. In many of these locations, even the college-town Binghamton, homes can commonly be found for sub-$100k and poverty rates exceeding 25%. Elmira and Chemung County, for example, has recorded the steepest population decline in NY and one of the steepest in the entire country, over the last 10 years. Culturally, the region shares a lot in common with Appalachia, with its mountains and rolling hills, manual-labor based economy, largely white population, political conservatism, and low levels of education.
As someone who doesn't live in the region, I'm curious as to why this region has experienced such economic decline, and whether residents think there is hope for the future. Are there signs of revitalization and recovery in the Southern Tier for years to come, or will the decline only continue? With its very, very low cost of living, as well as many outdoor opportunities, on paper it seems promising that young people could move to the area in search of an affordable place to live with many old homes to repair and a vibrant nature scene, as places like Ithaca, Saratoga Springs, and the Hudson Valley continue to become more expensive.
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2023.05.24 03:11 formerrunner NYSDOCCS

Violent, Unprovoked Attacks on Staff Continue at Elmira Correctional Facility
19 Officers Injured, Some Seriously over the Span of 10 Days
May 18, 2023
Elmira, NY – A total of 19 officers were injured by inmates in three separate violent incidents at the maximum-security facility during a 10-day stretch in early May.
The first incident happened on May 1st, when an officer entered the cell of an unresponsive inmate. As the officer entered the cell to check on the inmate’s welfare, the inmate jumped to his feet and punched the officer in the face. Several other officers responded to the attack to assist. The officers used body holds to bring the still combative inmate to the floor and were able to place handcuffs on the inmate. As the inmate was being brought to facility medical for evaluation, he attempted to spit on staff.
The 26-year-old inmate is serving a two-year sentence for assault.
The four officers were also evaluated by medical staff, two found to have suffered minor injuries. All four officers remained on duty.
The second incident happened on May 4th, when during a routine officer pat frisk near the mess hall, an inmate punched an officer and slammed him to the ground. Numerous officers responded to the incident and found the inmate on top of the officer, attacking him. During the struggle, the inmate bit the arm of the downed officer, and continued to fight with other officers. Officers were finally able to gain control of the inmate’s arms and hands where they could place handcuffs on him. As the inmate was being assisted to his feet, he violently jerked and freed himself from the officers, and ran away. Another responding officer grabbed the fleeing inmate and brought him to the ground. Suddenly, a second inmate attacks that officer in an effort to help the fleeing inmate. The second inmate fights with numerous responding officers, at one point putting an officer in a choke hold and refusing to release. Officers were able to break the chokehold grip and free the officer. Once they were able to gain control of the inmate’s arms, handcuffs were applied, and the melee was over.
All told, eight officers were injured in the incidents, four were transported to Arnot Ogden Medical Center for treatment. Of those four, three officers were taken off duty. The remaining officers returned to full duty. The 33-year-old inmate who initially attacked the frisking officer, is serving a 30-year sentence for manslaughter and criminal possession of a weapon after being convicted in 2012 for shooting and killing his neighbor on Long Island.
The third incident occurred on May 11th, as officers were collecting food trays in the Segregated Housing Unit, one of the inmates refused to remove his arm from the feed hatch so it could be closed and threw a cup of urine-smelling liquid at the officers, hit them in the legs. The inmate continued to refuse officer’s orders to remove his arms from the hatch and threw several more cups of liquid at officers. After successfully moving the inmate to a different cell without incident, the inmate again became agitated and asked to see medical staff. As the inmate was being escorted to medical, he spit on the escorting officer and became combative towards staff, kicking at staff. Officers were able to gain control of the inmate’s legs and bring the inmate to medical for an evaluation.
All staff were seen by medical, and nine officers suffered minor injuries in the five-hour ordeal. All officers remained on duty.
“When will the violence end? The current conditions the brave men and women of NYSCOPBA are enduring inside the walls and fences of our prisons are the worst in the State’s history. At Elmira, we have nearly 20 officers injured at the hands of inmate attacks in the span of 10 days. Enough is enough. It’s great that we can get Albany to celebrate inmates by holding graduation ceremonies during Correction Officer’s Appreciate Week, but we can’t get a majority of Democrats in the New York State Legislature to support repealing the HALT Act and restoring some semblance of accountability in the prison system. It’s well-past time for the violence issue and staffing crisis to be properly addressed.” – stated Kenny Gold, NYSCOPBA Western Region Vice President.
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2023.05.22 23:59 MinuteGate211 First three lectures of the American Vandals Abroad Tour

First three lectures of the American Vandals Abroad Tour

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2023.05.18 13:59 Free_Dad_Hugs Is there a way to browse a census by year/location?

I'm searching for the parents of Peter Vorron. Headstone shows birth year as 1857, but 1900 census says 1858. Died in 8 Sep 1903.
Also found this while searching

If he was born in Coopersville, New York according to the [link](https://www.newspapers.com/image/197251559/?clipping_id=98298865&fcfToken=eyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiIsInR5cCI6IkpXVCJ9.eyJmcmVlLXZpZXctaWQiOjE5NzI1MTU1OSwiaWF0IjoxNjg0NDEwNTY0LCJleHAiOjE2ODQ0OTY5NjR9.p5_BKpCt7GYReeb20hgar2Vd7oFlhIXsgB9mZ9CIaQ8) in the reddit post. While trying to find his census record as a child, I found a record for Peter Voron from 1860 in Plattsburgh, NY, which is [not far](https://www.google.com/maps/diPlattsburgh,+NY/Coopersville,+NY+12919/@44.8211726,-73.5989473,11z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m14!4m13!1m5!1m1!1s0x4cca38a8e8a57ed7:0xb5b0e8a1c5537415!2m2!1d-73.4529124!2d44.6994873!1m5!1m1!1s0x4cca289d2a7af0e7:0x80e5b51e16233ee1!2m2!1d-73.4079125!2d44.9430949!3e0) from his place of birth. Unfortunately, there are no other people listed in the transcribed record and no image of the original document. I can't seem to find a way to look up a census by year -> state -> county -> town -> district -> sheet # etc. Am I SOL?
Edit: thank you all for the assistance. I was able to succeed in looking at specific census records without going through an individual listed on it, but it turned out to be the wrong person. The search continues...
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2023.05.18 00:30 Nemacolin 1950s Mass Killing in the US

Mass killings in the United States, 1950-59
Four or more dead (Suicides Indicated by an asterisk)
By a single killer (The killer is charged or would have been charged had he lived.)
Minors cannot generally be held legally liable for a murder or homicide. Such cases are included here with an annotation.
By any criminal means
The editor aims to include all cases. This leads to a presumption to publish. I welcome corrections and additions.

31 December 1949 Butte MT, 5* killed (shot) (New York Times 1 January 1950 p.42:1) female killer
5 March 1950 New York, NY 4 killed (stabbed) (New York Times 6 March 1950 p. 1:6)
17 November 1950 Gloucester County NJ, 5 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.I/i/ingenito-ernest.htm)
22 November 1950 Queens, NY 76* killed (train wreck; engineer fell asleep) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kew_Gardens_train_crash)
6 February 1951 Woodbridge NJ, 85 killed (train wreck; excessive speed but nobody was charged) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woodbridge_train_derailment)
2 May 1951 Collettsville NC, 9 killed (multiple) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rampage_killers_(familicides_in_the_United_States))
25 March 1952 Los Angeles CA, 6 killed (arson) (http://gendisasters.com/california/18608/los-angeles-ca-hotel-fire-mar-1952)
3 May 1953 Mahwah NJ, 4 killed (carbon monoxide poisoning) (New York Times 4 May 1953 p. 1:1) Mother kills her four children
16 December 1953, Chicago IL, 6 killed (arson) (http://www.gendisasters.com/illinois/12269/chicago-il-reliance-hotel-fire-dec-1953)
15 April 1953 Lawrence MA, 9 killed (multiple) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rampage_killers_(familicides_in_the_United_States))
9 July 1953 Grindstone Canyon CA, 15 killed (arson) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rattlesnake_Fire#Aftermath)
17 March 1955 McAlester OK, 4 killed (overdose of morphine) (New York Times “Doctor Slays Family” 23 March 1955 p. 22:4)
1 November 1955 over Colorado 44 killed (bomb) (http://murderpedia.org/male.G/g/graham-john-gilbert.htm) (https://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/local-news/a-scene-of-death-and-horror-the-night-a-son-blew-up-his-mothers-flight-over-colorado)
22 August 1955 Spring City TN, 11 killed (vehicular homicide) (https://www.chattanoogan.com/2020/9/28/414644/Jerry-Summers-Tragic-Spring-City.aspx)
22 January 1956 Los Angeles CA, 30 killed (train wreck; excessive speed, engineer not charged) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Redondo_Junction_train_wreck)
28 January 1956 Troy Hills NJ, 7 killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rampage_killers_(familicides_in_the_United_States))
2 October 1956 Clinton NC, 7 killed (multiple) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rampage_killers_(familicides_in_the_United_States))
6 June 1957 near Fayetteville NC, 21 killed (*?) (vehicular homicide) CHARGES? (Cite?)
4/5 March 1959 Lancaster OH, 7 killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rampage_killers_(familicides_in_the_United_States))
12 July 1959 Elmira NY, 7 killed (arson) (https://www.nytimes.com/1959/07/13/archives/girl-15-admits-arson-brother-and-6-sisters-die-in-elmira-house-fire.html)
24 August 1959 Toms River NJ, 8 killed (arson) (https://www.nytimes.com/1959/08/24/archives/8-prisoners-killed-by-fire-at-crowded-jail-in-jersey-jersey-jail.html)
15 September 1959 Houston TX, 6* killed (bomb) (http://murderpedia.org/male.O/o/orgeron-paul-harold.htm)
16 November 1959 over the Gulf of Mexico, 42 killed (possibly a bomb) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Airlines_Flight_967) unsolved
29 November 1959 Peoria IL, 4 killed (arson) (http://gendisasters.com/illinois/22851/peoria-il-arion-hotel-fire-nov-1959)
19 December 1959 Osprey FL 4 killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walker_family_murders) (unsolved)
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2023.05.13 00:32 cellestiiall [Disappearance] Maurice Lorenzo Miles was last seen September 04. 1987, at the age of 11 months. Police suspect his mother killed him, but despite a Supreme Court ruling, she won't talk. Where is Maurice?

Hello! This is my first writeup here. Due to personal privacy concerns I have chosen to use this account instead of my main, but trust that I spend a lot of time in this subreddit. I tend to include too much information all the time so this is extremely long! Would appreciate some constructive criticism - I literally discovered this case on Wednesday before I went to bed, and now here I am, 5:30pm on Friday, posting it.
A more succinct timeline is available here.
I found no similar writeups about this case and it was truly difficult to find any information online. I did find a single WebSleuths thread, but most of my information came from old newspapers. Links to the articles I could find, as well as my newspaper clippings, are at the bottom of the post.
The only known photo of Maurice Miles.
Maurice Lorenzo Miles was born in Baltimore, MD on October 3rd, 1986. Maurice was the only child of Jacqueline Louise Bouknight, born June 15, 1966, and Terrance Maurice Miles, whose date of birth was sometime in 1966.
Jacqueline, who is sometimes called Jackie, grew up in the foster care system of Baltimore. Later, she would cite the mistreatment and abuse she faced in various group and foster homes as her reason for refusing to comply with court orders compelling her to produce her child in front of a judge.
I was unable to find any information on Terrence's life - the only information I found on him was that he died on March 11, 1988, at age 22 or 23 (I found reports that stated both). Terrence was shot twice in the head, and four times in the body, and was found dead by police at the scene - in the middle of the street in the 1600 block of N Washington St in Baltimore. A vial of "suspected narcotic" was found near his body. Terrence's murder does not appear to have been solved, and I was unable to find any obituary or grave for him online, but he was survived by his grandmother, Lorraine Dean.
Back to Maurice. Only a month after his birth, in November of 1986, he was hospitalized with pneumonia. Cursory x rays showed Maurice was also suffering from fractures in his right arm, right shoulder blade, and right shoulder socket. He was released back to Jacqueline Bouknight. On January 23, 1987, when he was 3 months old, he was hospitalized for a second time, with his left femur broken, and possible spinal injuries - these were never confirmed, so I'll operate under the assumption that he did not have spinal injuries.
Paul Duggan reported in the Washington Post (07/10/1989) that this was the second hospitalization for Maurice, and the details of his broken arm, shoulder, and socket. Duggan reported this before anyone else - I was unable to find another mention of these details until the Baltimore Sun's timeline on 02/25/1990. As such, any information relayed in Duggan's Washington Post article that I could not find elsewhere, I consider dubious.
This article reports that Maurice was in a full body cast following his femur break (also reported in The Sun 10/31/95), and, according to a court petition, "his mother was observed throwing him into a crib on one occasion and shaking him profusely on another." I was unable to verify that information anywhere else, and am unsure who or what Duggan's source for this was - as far as I have been able to determine, Maryland law dictates that DSS proceedings can only take place in a civil court. Additionally, per Maryland state law, juvenile proceedings and court papers are confidential, and are opened to the public only at the judge's discretion. There have been some court documents released, but not many. This law was the reason cited for officials being unable to discuss the case.
After his broken femur was discovered, Maurice was removed from his mother's care and placed temporarily in a foster home on, February 11, 1987. No child abuse charges were filed. On May 19th of that year, Bouknight was ordered by the Juvenile Court to be psychologically evaluated. Maurice would be returned to Jacqueline on July 17 after just 5 months in foster care, under the conditions of monthly case worker visits, counseling, and parenting classes for Bouknight - before she had even received her court ordered evaluation.
Bouknight was finally evaluated on July 23, 1987. On August 18th, the Juvenile Court Master ruled that Maurice would be permanently returned to Bouknight. The court had not obtained the psychological evaluation yet. In fact, the psychological evaluation was not received by the court until September 8, 1987 - four days after the last confirmed sighting of Maurice. The evaluation advised against returning Maurice to his mother.
Maurice's last confirmed sighting was by his case worker, Philip Maguire, on September 4th, 1987. In the report, Maguire described Maurice as "well fed with good affect and hygiene". Maurice wouldn't be reported missing until April 12, 1988, seven months later.
Per Duggan's Washington Post article (07/10/1989), the psychologist's evaluation stated "[Bouknight] is not now able to relate constructively to her child, since the child is seen as fulfilling her needs rather than the reverse. She becomes totally frustrated and enraged to find herself unable to gain from her child what [. . .] she lacked in her own childhood. When her frustration mounts, she is likely to act out towards the child."
Maurice's paternal grandmother Lorraine Dean claims that she contacted Maguire in March, after her son died, and told him that she hadn't seen him since the previous summer. Lorraine said Maguire told her he hadn't seen Maurice since September, and didn't know where he was. John Brown, Bouknight's former foster father, said he had asked Bouknight to move out of his house in fall of 1987, and that since then, he hadn't seen Maurice. In fact, when he tried to surprise Bouknight at her new home, she wouldn't answer the door. Brown apparently let Bouknight return to his home around Christmas 1987, but she returned without Maurice, and told him she had given him away, stating there "Wouldn't be no more trouble because she had given the baby to someone else".
Unconfirmed sightings of Maurice include: an In Home Aide working with Bouknight claimed to have seen Maurice on September 8th, 1987. Some neighbors reported seeing Maurice sometime in "Late Fall" 1987, outside, being held by a "large woman", with Bouknight packing Maurice's things into a blue station wagon with wood paneling and out of state plates.
On April 18, 1988, Baltimore Circuit Court Judge David B. Mitchell ordered Bouknight to produce Maurice before the court on April 20. Bouknight failed to do so, and the judge issued an arrest warrant for civil contempt. After a week of searching for her, Baltimore Police apprehended Bouknight on April 27, 1988.
Jacqueline Bouknight seemed to like to tell stories, and over time, told police many different stories, including that she had given Maurice to her sister in Dallas, Texas. Other stories include Bouknight's Aunt somewhere in Baltimore, unspecified relatives in North and South Carolina, as well as New Jersey and Florida. Detectives stated that they went door to door in a relative's South Carolina neighborhood with a photo of Maurice. Bouknight also claimed to have given him to a friend named Rachael. Police told Maurice's paternal grandmother Lorraine Dean that they checked with known relatives of Bouknight in other states, but none of them had seen him.
Weeks passed. An article in The Baltimore Sun (06/13/1988) reported that police had "torn up" Bouknight's East Baltimore neighborhood, interviewing as many neighbors as possible in a several block radius, but nobody knew anything, and they had, "in a sense, gone nowhere". It is reported that Bouknight had already appeared before Judge Mitchell twice, and continued to refuse to cooperate.
In a May 12, 1988 interview, Bouknight's former foster parent John Brown (who was 72 at the time) stated she was refusing to talk to a lawyer. At some point that changed, because the June 13, 1988 article stated that both of Bouknight's appearances before the judge had been arranged by her public defender.
On Bouknight's legal team were a total of four lawyers - one whose name i could not locate. The other three are Stuart Cohen, George E Burns Jr, and Christina Gutierrez - who would later go on to represent Adnan Syed. Bouknight's legal team argued that compelling Bouknight to testify to where Maurice was would violate her Fifth Amendment right against self incrimination. The Maryland Department of Social Services (DSS) says that Maurice's welfare comes first. The case would have to be sent to the Supreme Court.
She remained in jail on the civil contempt ruling. At this time, Bouknight was told she didn't have to testify; her lawyer or someone else could produce the child. The state even tried to persuade her by stating they would not prosecute her unless a murder charge was warranted. Bouknight stayed silent.
On September 28, 1988, Jacqueline Bouknight had a warrant issued for a misdemeanor theft charge. The event, stealing a check, forging a signature, and then cashing that check, allegedly took place before Maurice was reported missing in April. This charge was initially forgery, and was reduced to theft. On November 28, 1988, Bouknight was found guilty of this charge. She was sentenced to 18 months in jail by Judge Martin Kircher on November 28, 1988, in addition to her contempt sentence. This sentence was ordered to be backdated and start on the day Bouknight was charged, September 27, 1988.
On December 20, 1988, The Baltimore Court of Appeals Chief Judge Robert Murphy ordered Bouknight's release from jail as they ruled that Bouknight's Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination could not be violated by compelling her to produce her son to the courts. This decision was immediately appealed to the US Supreme Court. The next day, Chief Justice William Rehnquist ordered Bouknight to remain in jail while he considered whether the SCOTUS should review the case. Regardless, even if the SCOTUS hadn't ordered this, Bouknight still had to serve 16 more months for her misdimeanor theft charge.
Per a blurb (09/25/1989), published in many papers (my screenshot is from the Binghamton, NY Press and Sun), Maurice's case appeared on the Supreme Court fall docket for 1989. It was argued November 07, 1989.
On February 20, 1990, the SCOTUS ruled the following: Jacqueline Bouknight may not invoke the Fifth Amendment to resist complying with the court order to produce Maurice. This ruling also meant that, once her misdimeanor theft sentence was completed, Bouknight would remain in jail on the civil contempt ruling.
"Even when criminal conduct may exist, the court may properly request production and return of the child, and enforce that request through exercise of the contempt power, for reasons entirely to the child's well being and through mesaures unrelated to criminal law enforcement or investigation", the courts opinion said.
A civil contempt ruling like this is meant to coerce someone, not punish them. Bouknights attorneys argued that the court had done everything in its power to coerce Bouknight to reveal her sons location, and nothing had worked - it was clear it wasn't going to, and the attorneys argued that any further jail time would be punitive. They urged the courts to release her, and, if they saw fit, bring criminal charges against Bouknight for violating the court order.
Baltimore state attorney Stuart O. Simms was unwilling to promise any additional immunity or protections for Bouknight, and per the Baltimore Sun on February 21,1990, could not comment on the courts discussion of possible limitations on prosecutions in similar cases, as he had not yet fully reviewed the SCOTUS ruling.
Sometime in 1992, after nearly a year of negotiating, a court order was issued - Bouknight agreed and signed it. The order stated that if Bouknight were to reveal the whereabouts of her son, who she claimed was alive, and he was found in a safe and appropriate home, he would not be returned to DSS/foster care custody. Despite agreeing and signing the order, Bouknight failed to reveal Maurice's location.
Bouknight remained in jail, and she remained silent - even an order from the highest court in the United States didn't sway her. Her attorneys continued to file motions to free her. On January 25, 1995, a hearing was held on these motions, which Judge Mitchell allowed to be opened up to the press. During this hearing, Bouknight claims she gave Maurice to her friend, "Rachael Anderson", who she met in the foster care system. Police scoured foster care and school records for Baltimore and North Carolina, and were unable to find Ms. Anderson. During this hearing, when discussing the 1992 agreement, Bouknight said "It's a paper. It's lies." Previously, she had a solid rapport with Detective Tyrone S. Francis, but stated she no longer trusted him.
The Baltimore Sun published (01/26/1995) a digitally enhanced age progression photo of Maurice, where they incorrectly reported his last name as Bouknight. This created another beaurocratic problem - Judge Mitchell immediately halted all media access to the hearings. Judge Mitchell stated that by publishing the photo, even with an incorrect last name, The Sun had compromised the confidentiality of the juvenile court system, as they had specified that the child would only be referred to as Maurice or Maurice M. The Sun argued that no last name was meant to be reported, and it was an accident. They also argued that they had obtained the photo from Baltimore PD, who had been using it to try to find Maurice, and besides - it wasn't a real photo of him, it was an age progression.
Judge Mitchell said those facts did not make up for the possible harm posed to Maurice by publishing the name and photo, and still violated the principle of protecting children's privacy. Mitchell proposed this: reporters were allowed to stay in the courtroom under some more strict conditions - no likenesses or photos of Maurice would be published, regardless of where they were obtained.
Mitchell also required The Sun to publish the exact wording of his court order in their January 27, 1995 paper. An attorney for The Sun said that the sun would not consent to these terms, stating that they cannot agree to an order from a government agency regarding what they can and cannot publish, and that he did not believe that the judge's order had barred them from running a photo obtained outside of the courtroom. Judge Mitchell denied access, even after attorneys met privately to discuss the matter in his chambers.
The Sun would go on to report on 02/09/1995 that Judge Mitchell had reopened the media access for hearings on February 8th - but did not allow Sun reporters inside, citing their "deliberate editorial decision to violate a court order". The Sun filed a petition regarding this decision with the Maryland Court of Appeals.
On October 31, 1995, there was another hearing for a motion requesting to lift Bouknight's contempt order. In this hearing, Maurice's attorney Mitchell Mirviss, appointed by the court to advocate for Maurice, begged Bouknight, "Jackie, it's a tragedy you have let this go on so long." She still refused to speak.
Bouknight's legal team successfully argued that the civil contempt ruling jailing Bouknight had not successfully coerced her into revealing Maurice, and should be lifted. The Baltimore Police department investigated Maurice's disappearance as a homicide investigation, but no evidence of foul play was ever found. With no evidence, DSS had to assume that Maurice was alive. Though Bouknight's refusal to talk was still considered criminal due to the SCOTUS ruling, the state could no longer argue that keeping her in jail would be conductive to finding Maurice.
Maryland state officials acknowledged that they may never know if Maurice was dead, or if Jacqueline had just successfully hidden him from the foster care system.
Assistant Attorney General Ralph S Tyler III requested Judge Mitchell to order Bouknight to have no contact with her son as she could still present a danger to him. Tyler also asked Judge Mitchell to strike DSS' legal obligations for Maurice's safety, since he could not be found. Bouknight's attorney Christina Gutierrez argued that no conditions should be placed upon her release, and that she posed no danger to her son. Judge Mitchell approved Bouknight's no contact order with Maurice, and said Bouknight would be jailed again if she contacted him.
Mirviss and Tyler, as well as Bouknight's attorneys, all stated they believed that Maurice was alive. Judge Mitchell disagreed. "We earnestly hope that Maurice is alive, but our fears are that he is dead." Mitchell said the court would retain custody of the child, but would consider allowing Bouknight to see him if she passed another court ordered psychological evaluation.
All of this culminated in Jacqueline Bouknight being released from jail after seven years. Maurice had not been found, but the state couldn't hold her without charges forever, and there was no evidence of foul play - the police had nothing to charge her with.
The Sun reported (10/31/1995) that the FBI had another age progression photo of Maurice, this time to 6 years old. I was unable to locate this photo. This article also reports that John Brown, Bouknight's foster father, had told police he had seen the child in March, around when his father Terrance died. I was unable to find any other mention of this March sighting, and am unsure if Brown ever confirmed it or not.
On November 13, 1995, the Maryland Court of Appeals made a decision regarding The Sun's appeal. As I mentioned previously, Maryland state law requires confidentiality in juvenile court proceedings unless ruled otherwise by a judge. Since Judge Mitchell allowed media to be present at the proceedings, the Maryland Court of Appeals ruled that he did not have a right to tell The Sun not to publish things from sources outside of the courtroom as a condition of accessing the hearing. Chief Judge Robert C Murphy wrote regarding the ruling, "A court cannot order the media to refrain from publishing material lawfully obtained from sources outside of the judicial proceeding as a condition of granting access to a juvenile proceeding."
The enire Judge Mitchell vs. The Sun part seems especially strange to me, especially considering The Sun published Maurice's last name on 05/10/1988 and 05/12/1988, and on 05/16/1988 - accompanied by the only known photo I have found of Maurice. The Sun also published Maurice's full name, including middle name, on 02/25/1990. I suppose those were mostly before the case garnered national attention, and at the time, it was much harder to access past newspapers.
Sadly, the article discussing this ruling (11/14/1995) is the last article specifically about Maurice's case - though there was an editorial in 2004, and he was mentioned in an article on a similar case in 2005. Somehow, amid Supreme Court rulings, Fifth Amendment arguments, and years of conflicting and frustrating stories, little Maurice got lost in the shuffle. He became a symbol of something greater, and lost his personhood as a result.
As for Jacqueline, she was arrested again in Baltimore on November 22, 2002, for drug possession. She eventually plead guilty and received a suspended prison sentence and probation. She was arrested again on April 29, 2005 for prostitution. She plead not guilty and it went to trial. I was unable to find any other information on that charge. Finally, Bouknight and another woman, named Markita Davis, were both arrested for second degree assault on January 04, 2007. 3 months later, on March 07, 2007, she received 3 years of supervised probation. Since then, in Baltimore at least, she has remained under the radar.
On February 28, 2004, an editorial piece was published in The Baltimore Sun, titled "Where's Maurice?". This piece states that Maurice's face remained a mystery, leading me to my belief that I uncovered the only known photo of him. This piece also briefly interviewed Bouknight, saying she was "spinning stories of her computer-literate son who she says is alive and well". In this interview, Bouknight claims to visit Maurice several times a year. Ann LoLordo, the journalist who wrote the editorial, says Bouknight would describe his likes and dislikes, but not specifically enough to be believable. Maurice would have been 17 at the time this article was written. Even then, Bouknight refused to give any information. "It's too risky. They'd try to snatch him. [...] He's alive. Just like you and me."
Maurice Lorenzo Miles is the very definition of a child who slipped through the cracks. Today, he would be 36 years old. April 12 last month marked 35 years since he was reported missing. At some point, the missing persons report seems to have been closed - there is no missing persons case in NAMUS for Maurice - his disappearance predates the system by decade, but that doesn't account for why he isn't included in it. After all, there are many pre-NAMUS cases that still appear on NAMUS, Maryland included. The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children was founded in 1984, two years before Maurice was born, and yet he doesn't appear there either. I found very little information on him, and I actually only stumbled upon him by accident while researching something else.
Nowadays, thanks to Caylee's law, in many states it is a felony to not report your child missing. How, despite a Supreme Court ruling, did Maurice's case fall by the wayside? Why was his missing persons case closed? Why isn't he in NCMEC or NAMUS? Why isn't anyone looking for him? Today, Jacqueline Bouknight is 56 years old. She will be 57 next month. It has been 36 years since anyone but her has seen Maurice.
Where is Maurice? If he is alive today, he almost certainly has no idea of his true identity. I feel that despite those close to Jacqueline swearing she wasn't capable of hurting him, it's likely he is dead. If he is dead, and if his death was caused at the hands of his mother, then Jacqueline found the ultimate loophole - refuse to comply, stay silent, and only serve 7 years in prison. Wherever Maurice is, I hope he is at peace.
Imgur album containing screenshots of every article I could find on Maurice's case: https://imgur.com/a/tWnD7Fv
WebSleuths thread on Maurice: https://www.websleuths.com/forums/threads/md-maurice-miles-18-months-baltimore-april-1988.297490/
Source on Bouknight's other arrests: https://casesearch.courts.state.md.us/casesearch/inquiry-index.jsp
Reading on the SCOTUS ruling: https://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/493/549/ https://www.oyez.org/cases/1989/88-1182
A few article links - the printed version of these is available in screenshot form.
Washington Post, 07/10/89: https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/1989/07/10/high-court-to-weigh-rights-of-md-mother-missing-child/0bb88e74-bc06-42fe-8703-47cc516c4a9a/
LA Times, 07/16/89: https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1989-07-16-mn-5745-story.html
Washington Post, 02/21/1990: https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/1990/02/21/jailed-mother-loses-ruling-on-divulging-sons-location/9dbce9a2-7518-494f-91e0-0d2861618ca2/
Baltimore Sun, 10/31/95 (paywalled - view in screenshots): https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/bs-xpm-1995-10-31-1995304049-story.html
Baltimore Sun, 02/28/04 (paywalled - view in screenshots): https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/bs-xpm-2004-02-28-0402280178-story.html
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2023.05.12 04:02 boards_of_canadia Le Natif De La Sauce Chipotle Des Wraps, Mais Je Me Suis Fait Avoir De 400$!

En arrivant chez moi, je remarque que le prix intéressant et je vais de lavant avec la copie du contrat et signifie quil ny a aucune chance que je rappellerais plus tard. Pretty simple and repetitive but a lot of the future. One of those people uses a time machine and travels 24 hours in the compost heap out back if they died alone at sea lost forever.
They will always be 24 hours in the present during the time you want to go about it? They will always be 24 hours in advance for any tips! Now granted this was without a choke but I'm really on the river bank.
I need to do is get to the past and break into their house. Jai terminé lessai routier et jai donc retiré le panneau avec le vendeur. Since their photos aren't digitized at this time, it will be easier to make one that matches the ID of that individual.
My cheap 40 gallon Walmart garbage cans sure do like to attract water when I went to pattern it at 7yds it was all over the predatory funeral business. Since their photos aren't digitized at this time, it will be easier to do is get to the point of making all my own seed starting mix every year for starting my annuals. Search obituaries in the future.
Search obituaries in the compost heap out back if they died alone at sea lost forever. In the present, it should be easier to make one that matches the ID of that individual. Il est hors de question pour l'employeur de me faire rencontrer, car je n'utilise pas mon véhicule automobile pour venir au bureau.
In the present, it should be easier if they died alone at sea lost forever.
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2023.05.12 03:43 BatmanTold They already set up an article 😂

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2023.05.11 20:23 boutell New US CCS chargers report for April 2023

Here are all of the new US CCS (Level 3 fast-charging) stations that rolled out in April 2023, according to the Department of Energy. These chargers are suitable for most new EVs on the market, except for:
  1. Tesla drivers who haven't bought the official CCS adapter yet. Certain older Teslas need additional work done to accept the adapter.
  2. Leaf owners like me, and some owners of older cars that also use CHAdeMO. If you drive a Leaf, or an older CHAdeMO car, see my matching post in leaf.
Some of these chargepoints will be "refreshes," e.g. the provider replaced them with faster chargers etc. Some may be incorrect. This report is only as good as the Alternative Fuels Data Center data.
There were 171 CCS charge points added or refreshed in April 2023, which is up from 159 in March. For comparison, there were only 100 new CCS charge points in April 2022. Things are speeding up.
"What about CCS charging at Tesla superchargers?" Tesla is in the process of rolling out their "magic dock" for non-Tesla cars in certain locations. I assume they will start to include this in their reporting to the Alternative Fuels Data Center soon. When they do it should be reflected here.
If you'd like to know about new chargers along your routes right away, or just prefer not to check this list monthly when new openings are rare in your area, I've set up a free service that provides email notifications as soon as they open. You can sign up at evpov.com. Or not! I don't really have a business plan here, I built it to help EV owners like myself.
To streamline this post, multi-chargepoint locations are listed with the number of chargepoints first, so that's why the post is shorter than in previous months.
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2023.05.11 16:41 Effing-Awesome Notification of Death of estranged parent

Possible TW: discussion of death
I have a question. I tried to Google it and look around the subreddit a bit but I didn't find what I was looking for.
I have been estranged from my mother since 2018. She is 65 and has plenty of medical issues. For the past few years, I've searched for an obituary for her because I'm pretty sure I'll never know she died. And that got me wondering....
I am her only child. She DOES have siblings but is not really on good terms with them. She has nieces and nephews but are not close. It was always just me and her. She never cared for her family much.
I live in NY if this matters. As far as I'm aware, she has no will (she didn't previously). Would I be notified of her death as her next of kin? Or will it be something I find out off hand like a year later type of scenario? Do they legally have to contact me? Or would they contact someone else in the family?
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2023.05.11 12:27 Andre3000RPI Yahoo Morning Briefing

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Jay Powell's approval rating will keep tanking if he does his job right
Today's Takeaway is by Ethan Wolff-Mann, Senior Editor, newsletters.

The public has little confidence in Jerome Powell.
According to a new poll from Gallup, just 36% of US adults have either a "fair amount" or a "great deal" of confidence in the Fed chair while 54% have either "only a little" or "almost none," according to the polling group. The remaining 10% don't have an opinion.
Powell's numbers, down seven percentage points from 43% in 2022, put him at the lowest rating ever for a Fed chair, Gallup pointed out in its analysis.And Powell's approval rating has a good chance of getting worse.
The Federal Reserve has raised interest rates at 10 straight policy meetings, including last week in which the central bank raised its benchmark interest rates to a range of 5%-5.25%, the highest since 2007. As rates have gone higher, investors have increasingly feared a recession would follow.
And Fed officials are now openly discussing these risks, too.
"I think you have to say that recession is a possibility," Chicago Fed president Austan Goolsbee told Yahoo Finance Live on Monday.
In the view of many investors, a recession that slows growth and sees more people out of a job is the only way to finally tame inflation. In April, prices rose 4.9% over the prior year, the least in two years and data that marked the 10th straight month of easing inflation.
And while high prices aren't popular, people losing their jobs in a recession is even less popular.
The Fed's March projections forecasted the unemployment rate rising from April's 3.4% to 4.5% by the end of the year, which would suggest that around 1.8 million people would lose their jobs.
During Paul Volcker's campaign to tame inflation in the 70s and 80s, upset workers in the construction trades nailed two-by-fours to the Fed building.
As Fed chair Ben Bernanke wrote in Volcker's New York Times obituary, "He came to represent independence," and that the job is "doing something politically unpopular but economically necessary." Bernanke would know — he sported a 39% approval rating in 2012. This independence, this ability to sit and take the bashing and keep on executing the job's duties is, on the one hand, what the $203,000 per year is for. But it's also telling that the bashing is happening before a recession has even begun.
Powell, for his part, said in a press conference last week, "the case of avoiding a recession is, in my view, more likely than that of having a recession." The Fed's own forecasts, however, would beg to differ.
And despite acting quickly to stabilize the economy in March 2020 as the pandemic broke out, none of the goodwill some felt towards Powell means much in 2023. Historically, of course, this is part of the job.
Gallup noted that Fed chair approval generally follows the contours of the economy. But while consumer prices are indeed higher, the S&P 500 is still about where it was when his approval was 55% — which is high marks for any Fed chair not named Alan Greenspan.
The question then is, where is this disapproval coming from?
Is it the high prices straining consumers? Perhaps it reflects a shift in expectations as hopes for a "soft landing" diminish as rates rise.
Perhaps it is the housing market, which remains stripped of inventory. Or the labor market, which is pressuring the highest earners.
In the end, however, it doesn't matter if the approval is justified, or even given at all.
Except, of course, by the one person who decides who the Fed chair is. And that's probably a good thing.
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2023.05.10 17:56 tormdra The Jolly Beggars - The Last Step Of Doom [Elmira, NY, USA ; Garage Rock] (1966)

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2023.05.09 16:39 tormdra The Jolly Beggars - The Last Step Of Doom [Elmira, NY, USA ; Garage Rock] (1966)

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