Friday, June 11, 2010

Female school teacher arrested in connection to influencing serial killer Philip Onyancha in Kenya
A high school teacher has been detained in Kenya, after a self-confessed serial killer said that she told him to kill 100 people for good fortune. Philip Onyancha, 32, has confessed to killing 17 people, mostly women, and says he did so because teacher Elizabeth Wambui inducted him into her blood-drinking cult when he was in school in 1996, the Kenyan Broadcasting Corporation reports.

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Bay Area psychic admits to defrauding $800, 000 from clients
A Bay Area psychic who defrauded two clients out of more than $800,000 is heading to prison. As the I-Team revealed last year, she told clients they had been cursed, then took their life savings. She appeared in court Friday to answer felony theft charges and the I-Team learned about the deal she reached with prosecutors.  "Ms. John you are charged in count one with grand theft of personal property," Judge Jerome Nadler said.  Bunny Ann John, aka "Madame Vivian," tried to hide her face behind a napkin as she appeared before a judge in Santa Clara County Superior Court Friday.

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...but, charges dropped on Norwalk, Connecticut psychic
A Fairfield County psychic charged with fabricating a story about being assaulted outside her Greenwich store had her case dismissed Friday in state Superior Court.  The dismissal came after Janet Lee, 36, of Norwalk, successfully completed an accelerated rehabilitation program.  In December 2009, a judge granted the six-month program after police charged her with falsifying information and interfering with a police officer. Under the program, Lee was prohibited from having any new charges filed against her and had to complete some type of community service.

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Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission gets ballet measure put on Denver ballot in November
The EXTRA campaign, which is calling on Denver residents to help them post alleged documented extraterrestrial evidence on the city's website, will have to wait until November.  Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission ballot initiative had been put on the August 10, primary election ballot, but the Denver Elections Division posted the change of date on its web site in June.  The commission wants to investigate extraterrestrials claims and post the finding on the city's website.

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