"Why is this Newspaper refusing to report on George Zimmerman helping rescue a family of 4 from a overturned SUV, 4 days after his acquittal? Are we back in Nazi Germany?"
Yes, here at the Register, just like the Third Reich, we ignore out-of-state news stories about acquitted gun killers who save people from cars in favor of stories about local non-killers who save people from cars.
There's almost no difference.
The comparison seems to be that, if we're writing about, you know, actual people who live in and around New Haven who save people from cars, then we should be writing about acquitted killers who do the same.
This Zimmerman/hero story will be the next alleged liberal media cover up (except that the story was published by every major news outlet yesterday AND minor ones like us) on par with Benghazi and Solyndra. Can't wait for more insane Fox News people commenting about their local newspaper's complicity in this cover-up.
After the June 11 arrest of Luis A. Rodriguez for the 2001 murder of Walnut Beach resident Kelsey Monahon, I got curious about other long-term unsolved homicides in Milford.
So, I began digging through the New Haven Register's archives; I looked at all the murders in Milford that we have on record (dating back to the 1940s) and I came up with a list of 9* unfortunate souls whose murders are unsolved.
Here are all the ones I could find in chronological order:
-Peter Spinelli (1996)
-Unidentified male remains (1994)
-Unidentified male remains (1992)
-Anna E. Hiltz (1983)**
-Constance Roberts (1982)
-Blasé Miserendino (1978)
-Gary Steadman (1977)
-Kenneth Matteson (1975)
-Charles McCoy (1968)
Sometimes, homicides take a long, long time to solve. And sometimes, after a while, people come out of the woodwork with some scrap of evidence or memory that helps close a decades-old crime. I'm still working on the story, but I wanted to reach out to the Milford community and see if anyo…
Name: Marshall Maxwell, 20, Easton Arrest date: Sept. 19, 12 a.m.. Pending charge(s): Third-degree assault; second-degree strangulation; second-degree threatening; first-degree criminal trespass; disorderly conduct; possession of marijuana; possession of drug paraphernalia Police say: On a call of a disturbance at an Elaine Road home, police discovered that Maxwell had entered his companion's home and started to choke her. Maxwell fled the home, but police located him nearby and found him in possession of marijuana.
Name: David Weston Jr., 28, Milford Arrest date: Sept. 19, 12:30 a.m. Pending charge(s): Third-degree assault on a pregnant person; second degree threatening; disorderly conduct Police say: On a call of a disturbance at a Darina Place home, police discovered that Weston had pushed his pregnant companion to the ground, hit and kicked her, an…