The Philosophy of Crime, Season 3 begins today! I’ll be releasing two episodes a week for the next three weeks. Available on all platforms. Here is the schedule:
April 15: “Why do some crimes have a statute of limitations?”
April 16: “It’s a mad, mad, mad, mad world. Or is it?”
April 22: “Is it still possible to disappear and start a new life?”
April 23: “Is reasonable doubt reasonable?”
April 29: “How to interview a witness… after they’re dead.”
April 30: “What really happened at Kent State?”
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little 8 yr old arthur noske in february 1977 was murdered, beaten to death by dr stuart cutler, this woman ann noske was arthur’s mother who reported himmisding from parmatown ma!l a lie as she was there in the brecksville home of dr cutler when her son was beaten to death. his body never found. not even a mention of little arthur. in case anyone wonders what hsppened to her. cutler died in prison.
ANN MARIE GRACE
October 28, 1944 – March 24, 2019
My wonderful beautiful wife, Ann Marie Kelly, and mother to our daughter, passed away on Sunday, March 24, 2019, at the couple’s home in Laughlin, Nevada.
Ann Marie Grace (Noske) Kelly, was born on October 28, 1944, in Cleveland, Ohio to Arthur and Helen Noske.
Following her husband’s 22 year U. S. Navy career and the couple living in Tombstone, Arizona, where they were involved with numerous endeavors in that community, they moved here to Laughlin in 2016 and completely retired enjoying traveling and regularly visiting their children.
Ann Marie is survived by her husband of 38 years, Patrick; her daughter, Mary Margaret Rosa (Kelly) Cook; her son-in-law, Dwayne Mathew Cook; two nieces in Cleveland, Ohio; numerous cousins-in-law in Toledo, Ohio; as well as many extended family and friends who loved her dearly.
Services are scheduled for 9:00 am on Saturday, May 11, 2019, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, at N. 6TH and E. SAFFORD ST. in Tombstone, Arizona, followed by a traditional Old West walk down from 6th and Allen Street there as well, to Vigilante Hall, 22 W. ALLEN ST., Tombstone, for a potluck lunch, with her cremains to be scattered over the Colorado River.
Hites Funeral Home & Cremation Service, of Henderson, Nevada provided the cremation arrangements.
The Family asks that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to one’s favorite charity. It is also asked that bright Old West costuming (if possible) or bright clothing be worn for her service.
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