As the 2014 NFL Draft rolls up on us this Thursday, one of the top prospects for next year's draft continues to chip away at his draft stock brick by brick, through sheer stupidity, if nothing else. Last week came news that 2013 Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston, apparently famished, went to a P ... More >>
Oftentimes, when it comes to Zapruder analysis of viral fan fighting videos, we have virtually no back story, no participant names, so it leaves us (well, leaves me) to fill in the blanks. Pseudonyms, contrived trigger events, these are hallmarks of the genre. I do what I can. But sometimes a ... More >>
Using a Houston murder case, the Supreme Court quietly strangles the right to keep your mouth shut.
On an early December morning in 1992, two brothers were shot in a Houston home. There were no witnesses. The HPD's investigation led them to Genovevo Salinas, who had been at a party with the victims the evening before. Salinas agreed to accompany the police officers to the police station and even g ... More >>
Prisoner Genovevo Salinas' silence during an early interrogation for a double-murder at a Houston apartment complex back in 1992 will be the subject of arguments before the US Supreme Court on Wednesday. Salinas is serving out a 20-year sentence for the shooting deaths of brothers Juan and Hector ... More >>
Ed. Note: This post from L.A.'s West Coast Sound was written expressly about Coachella, but could just as easily apply to Houston's upcoming Free Press Summer Fest or ACL, except for the whole medical-marijuana thing. Read closely; learn something. Hate to say it, but some of you at large Coachella ... More >>
Once Galveston emergency personnel discovered the dead motorcyclist was "one of us," a Bellaire teenager's nightmare revved into overdrive.
John Kinsel remains in prison even after alleged rape victim recanted.
The statements are out, the diapers are in.A Florida appeals court ruled this morning on some motions by astronaut Lisa "Crazy In Love" Nowak; they found that statements Nowak made to police during her arrest at an Orlando airport would not be admissible in trial. A trail-court judge had found that ... More >>