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Topic - Jack Mccullough
One of the oldest unsolved crimes in U.S. history to go to trial ended in 2012, when a man was convicted of abducting a 7-year-old schoolgirl from a northern Illinois street, then choking and stabbing her to death nearly 60 years earlier.
A former Washington state policeman convicted of kidnapping and murdering a young Illinois girl more than a half-century ago was sentenced Monday to life in prison.
Dozens of bomb threats at the University of Pittsburgh, including at least four Monday, have prompted professors to start holding classes outside and forced security officials to implement new building access measures.
He said he'd been traveling to and from Chicago to get a medical exam.
Jack McCullough, director of Vermont Legal Aid's Mental Health Law Project, said after the vote that a big motivation for the bill was disarray in the state's mental health system since flooding from Tropical Storm Irene in 2011 forced the closure of the Vermont State Hospital in Waterbury, leaving general hospitals struggling with an influx of psychiatric patients.