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December 12, 2003
Door-to-door salesmen arrested for prescription drug theft
WWLTV.com
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December 6, 2003
Convicted Felon Registering Voters for Democrats
14wfie.com
Reporter: Ben Jackey
Read This Story


December 5, 2003
Rowlett rule a tough cookie for Scouts
Kids in annual sale subject to city's tighter solicitation ordinance
By STEPHEN TERRY / The Dallas Morning News
Read This Story


November 29, 2003
Door-to-door sales revived
Since many can't be called

By Jeff Richgels
The Capital Times
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November 27, 2003
Man arrested for sex abuse
The Birmingham News - al.com
Staff Report
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November 24, 2003
Texas sex offender arrested
By Patricia Lynch Kimbro
The News Examiner
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November 13, 2003
BBB Alert
Door-to-Door Magazine Sales
Worldwide Readers Service Inc.
BBB of Northeast Indiana

Read This Story


November 8, 2003
Do-not-call list prompts more door-to-door sales
Associated Press
Appeared in The Billings Gazette
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November 3, 2003
Magazine peddler arrested by Roseville Police
By Jason Probst
The Press Tribune
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November 1, 2003
That nice kid selling door-to-door may be a fake
By Jocelyn Wiener -- Bee Staff Writer
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October 30, 2003
Scam bilks homeowner
By Janice Podsada - Herald Writer
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October 25, 2003
Scam Alert: Door-to-door salespeople must be licensed
By IdahoStatesman.com
The Press Tribune
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Magazine sales van driver Holmes released
By Mary Thompson

Phil Ellenbecker says the Friday morning release of Jeremy Holmes from Jackson Correctional Institution in Black River Falls dishonors the memory of the young people who died and were permanently disabled in the March 25, 1999 van crash that killed his own daughter Malinda Turvey.

Holmes, 25, of Clinton, Iowa, was the driver for a 14-person magazine sales crew that worked for Youth Employment Services (YES) and ranged in age from 14 to 22.

The night of the crash Holmes was driving south on I-90 when he spotted a Town of Milton police officer pull out behind the van. Holmes was driving without a valid license and had several traffic tickets pending against him. When he passed the officer the van was traveling 81 mph. While attempting to switch places behind the wheel with another person the van careened out of control, and rolled twice, killing seven and permanently injuring five. Holmes escaped with minor injuries.

He pleaded guilty in 1999 to seven counts of vehicular homicide and five counts of injury by the negligent use of a motor vehicle. He was sentenced to seven years in prison and ordered to pay almost $500,000 in restitution.

Under Wisconsin sentencing laws Holmes could be released after serving three quarters of his sentence, or four years and four months.

Following his Friday release Holmes returned to Iowa. He will now report to two parole officers, one in Wisconsin, and one in Iowa, and will continue to pay restitution.

Ellenbecker says he doesn't remember ever being told Holmes would be released so soon.

"I thought seven years was seven years," he said. "During the whole process of us going to court, going to the hearings, going to the attorneys offices, talking to the attorney general, and the district attorneys and the prosecuting attorneys, my lawyers, the judges, Victim/Witness, not one person told us when he was sentenced to seven years that he would get out in four years. The judge could have sentenced him to two years per death, that’s the statute for vehicular homicide, but he was lenient and gave him seven years."

Dee Roberts of DeWitt, Iowa lost her son, Marshall, in the van crash. She says she remembers being told Holmes would serve only three-quarters of his sentence.

"As it turns out," she said, "he has been released two months sooner than the December, 2003 date.

"I don't believe any of us who have lost a loved one feel that was an adequate equivalent, however it was determined by the courts . . . Jeremy will be paying monetary restitution for the rest of his life. I know he must think of this every day, just as we think of our loved ones every day. I know he wishes that it could all just have never happened, as we do. Is this empathy? Maybe. Do I have conflicting thoughts on all of this? Very much so. What usually stops me from my tormenting thoughts is when I ask myself, 'What would Marshall think?' He was a caring young man and he knows that Jeremy will feel the impact of this for the rest of his life, imprisoned or not. Sometimes the thoughts in your mind can be as much of a locked cell as a prison door."

Ellenbecker says when Holmes was sentenced he felt seven years was far too lenient. He did what he could to keep Holmes in jail as long as possible.

"Every year they’d send a letter saying he was up for parole," Ellenbecker said. "And every year I’d send them a real strong letter back saying 'Don’t you let him out.'"

Roberts says living in the same community as Choan Lane and Holmes will put a strain on her family.

Lane ran Youth Employment Services (YES), the company the sales crew worked for, when the crash occurred. YES was convicted of seven counts of homicide by negligent use of a vehicle connected to the crash and ordered to pay $132,000 in fines and pay restitution to the victims' families. YES was also convicted of two counts of physical abuse of a child, three counts of reckless injury, one count of recklessly endangering safety and four misdemeanors of contributing to truancy.

"Actually both Choan Lane and Jeremy Holmes are from the same town as we are," said Roberts.

"As for one report that my husband and I "dread" perhaps meeting up with either Mr. Lane or Mr. Holmes in the community, well, "dread" sounds like a strong word. But no, I don't believe either of us would like to be standing in a checkout line and realize that was who was next to us in line. It is strange that they have both returned to this vicinity."

Roberts says although many Wisconsinites see Lane and Holmes as the villains in the crash, she sees Karleen Hillery as the person who is most responsible.

Hillery is the former president of Subscriptions Plus, the company that maintained subscriptions for the DeWitt-based YES. Lane is Hillery's ex-husband.

"I personally need to see Karleen Hillery, who Choan Lane reported to, held accountable," said Roberts. "As of yet she is listed in civil suits which are still in appeals. She was the direct link as to why our son was involved in the first place. . . She needs to be stopped."

Hillery has remarried and lives in Sun City, Ariz. "She is still running crews across the states," Roberts said.

Roberts says she finds the focus on the Do Not Call registry money ill spent as compared to the lack of interest she sees in dealing with the issue of magazine sales crews.

""They will not tackle the legislation needed that will stop this travesty of injustice or to limit the magazine publishers and clearing houses from doing business in this manner," she said. "I am deeply disappointed that the lawmakers won't tackle this topic."

Appeared in The Milton Courier
Oct. 23, 2003 edition page 5, Volume 123, No. 43
Copyright (c) The Milton Courier; Milton Wisconsin


Mary Kay Thompson
Associate Editor
The Milton Courier
608-868-2442

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Posted October 25, 2003




October 22, 2003
2 subscription vendors removed from campus
The men were soliciting magazines to students without UTA’s permission.

The Shorthorn: Brandon Wade
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Jeremy Holmes Release From Prison

A man that killed seven human beings and maimed five for life was released from prison today. He had originally been sentenced to seven years, one year for each life. But Jeremy A. Holmes of Clinton Iowa did not serve seven years. Jeremy Holmes only served four years and four months. He was released back into society where he can live his life as he chooses. He has the rest of his life to enjoy all of the wonderful things that our children will never have or experience. He can fall in love, see the world, listen to music, watch the sunsets, stay up late on Friday nights, go to football games, and dream of tomorrow. Malinda, Peter, Crystal, Marshall, Joseph, Cory, and Amber will never dream. Their tomorrows were stolen by a killer four and a half years ago on March 25, 1999. Malinda, Peter, Crystal, Marshall, Joseph, Cory, and Amber will never see another sunset or fall in love. And we will never again be able to hold them in our arms and tell them how very much we love them. You have taken something so very precious away from all of us and it can never be replaced. You have your freedom and your life. We have only memories and fading pictures of our children. But our battle to end this national violence is far from over. We hold the magazine clearinghouses and the magazine publishers morally and ethically accountable for the tragedies that are occurring across this country. Their lack of control and inability to regulate the door to door sales industry is well documented. Our hope rests with every decent human being that reads this sad story, knowing that someday the criminal activities of the traveling door to door sales industry will be smothered by federal and state legislation, civil lawsuits, and public awareness. It is so very sad and so very unfortunate that 15 more human lives have been lost since March 25, 1999.

The Dedicated Memorial Parents Group
October 17, 2003




October 17, 2003
1999 Van-crash Driver Gets Out Of Prison Soon
Kay Luna Quad-City (Iowa) Times
Appeared In The Wisconsin State Journal; Madison WI.
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October 17, 2003
Driver In Horrific Van Crash Leaving Prison
Channel3000.com/Associated Press
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October 17, 2003
Driver involved in crash that killed magazine crew to be released
Janesville Gazette/Associated Press
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October 17, 2003
Van-crash driver eligible for parole today
By Kay Luna - Quad City Times
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October 17, 2003
Driver in van crash to be freed
By Ann Montgomery - Beloit Daily News
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October 15, 2003
String of wallet thefts after solicitor visits plague residence halls
By Emily Oliver - Daily Staff Writer

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October 9, 2003
Fund-raising phone calls a scam
Colorado Daily Staff Reports
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October 8, 2003
Bradley (University) Scout: Salesmen harass students
Posted by: Bill Dennis
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October 8, 2003
Groping suspect arrested in Wash.
Prosecutors look to extradite salesman accused in CU incidents

By Christine Reid Camera Staff Writer
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October 7, 2003
Teen imprisoned for robbery
Gazette Staff - The Billings Gazette
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October 3, 2003
Towers’ students get duped by thieves
By Chad Livengood - Central Michigan Life
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October 3, 2003
Salesmen harass students
BY KATY HARDY - Bradley Scout Online
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October 2, 2003
Boise Police Warn Of Unlicensed Door-To-Door Salespeople
Do not let these or any other salesmen into your home

MSNBC
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October, 2003
Beware of Magazine Scams
By David Butcher
Los Gatos, California, USA
Carol C. Lam

Read This Story


September 30, 2003
Sales groups face BBB complaints
By Megan Moriarty
nashvillecitypaper.com
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September 22, 2003
WYMG Radio Door To Door Sales Crews
WYMG Radio 100.5 FM Springfield Illinois
Radio Interview


September 15, 2003
Door-To-Door Magazine Sales Crews Working Wisconsin
'Do Not Let These People In Your House'
Channel 3000; Madison, WI.
POSTED: 4:18 p.m. CDT September 15, 2003
UPDATED: 4:34 p.m. CDT September 15, 2003
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DMPG Info Clip
September 15, 2003

Published in the Platteville Journal
September 10, 2003

A motor vehicle crash with injuries occurred on CTH D, five miles south of Platteville, at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 6.

Jenny Kwon, 18, of Freemont, Calif., was traveling northbound on CTH D when she lost control of her vehicle and went off the left side of the road rolling several times. Both Kwon and her passenger, Mariana Turner, 19, of Sausalito, Calif., were thrown from the vehicle.

They were transported to Southwest Health Center where Kwon was treated for serious back injuries and a collapsed lung, and Turner was treated and released.

No seatbelts were used.

By Jennifer Davis
Platteville Journal


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Platteville Journal
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Platteville, WI. 53565

Editor: Jennifer Davis
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Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner.
Further reproduction or distribution is prohibited without permission.
DMPG research has learned through police reports that Jenny Kwon and Mariana Turner worked for a company out of Nashville, Tennessee by the name of Southwestern Company. This company hires students as independent contractors to sell their products door-to-door across the country. The students purchase products from Southwestern at wholesale prices and sell them to the customers at retail prices.



September 14, 2003
Magazine sales work ends in tale of terror
By Fred Lucas - THE NEWS-TIMES
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September 13, 2003
Owners Of San Diego Business Indicted For Tax Evasion
Company Sold Magazines/Services Door-To-Door

POSTED: 2:59 p.m. PDT September 13, 2003
UPDATED: 3:11 p.m. PDT September 13, 2003
By The SanDiego Channel.com
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September 12, 2003
Magazine scammers target residence halls
By Taylour Nelson
Rocky Mountain Collegian - Colorado State U.
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September 12, 2003
Sneaky Subscription Scams
By Taylour Nelson
Rocky Mountain Collegian - Colorado State U.
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September 10, 2003
OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES ATTORNEY
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
San Diego, California
United States Attorney
Carol C. Lam

Press Release


September 5, 2003
Check theft in Bolton casts spotlight on magazine solicitors nationwide
Boston Herald - Herald Interactive
TownOnline
By Patrice Brymner
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September 3, 2003
We've begun to have those pesky solicitors again
Peachtree-Hills ONLINE - Safety Report
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September 3, 2003
Hubby punches out flirtatious salesman
Ashley Broughton- The Salt Lake Tribune
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August 27, 2003
Sifting Out the Bad Seed
Technology, Lawsuits Spur Tighter Employee Screening

By Dean Schabner - ABC News
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August 26, 2003
Unlawful Sexual Contact at Williams Village
Press Release
University Of Colorado Boulder
Police Department
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August 12, 2003
5th salesman gets 6 years for role in motel slaying
By Sara Eaton
The Journal Gazette
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August 12, 2003
Fifth man sentenced in Fort Wayne beating death
The Associated Press
August 12, 2003 9:24 PM
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DMPG Info Clip
August 1, 2003

Lawsuit Settled In Brutal Rape/Murder Case


A lawsuit filed against the employers of a door-to-door magazine salesman (Rodger Eric Broadway) who raped and killed Eskalene DeBorde in her West Knox County home has been settled out of court. Eskalene DeBorde, 66, was raped, beaten, smothered and stabbed on Aug. 20, 2001.

Elizabeth Noffsinger (Eskalene DeBorde’s daughter) found her mother's body pinned to the floor with a knife through the neck.

Rodger Eric Broadway, 23, of New York City, admitted to the crime in April of 2003 and was sentenced to life in prison without parole. Originally the prosecution was considering the death penalty but Broadway accepted a plea agreement to avoid the death sentence.

The lawsuit was filed against American Community Services, which processes magazine subscriptions; and The Real Deal Inc., which provided transportation to magazine sales crews. Terms of the $20 million dollar lawsuit settlement were not released.

The lawsuit alleged that the companies were negligent in hiring and did not properly supervise Broadway, who had a criminal record.

Broadway's last known offense before the Eskalene DeBorde murder was aggravated burglary in Midtown, N.Y. He pleaded guilty to this charge. Broadway had also been convicted of credit card fraud.

Eskalene DeBorde's son and daughter, James Michael Potts, and Elizabeth Noffsinger filed the lawsuit against American Community Services and the Real Deal’s owners Rodney and Tolliny Rankins.

When Broadway joined the Real Deal magazine sales crew he had just been released from prison. Broadway was hired as an independent contractor by the Real Deal magazine sales crew. The Real Deal sales crew sold magazine subscriptions exclusively for American Community Services.


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State Of Tennessee County Of Knox:
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Police Report

knoxnews.com
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WBIR.COM - Knoxville Tennessee
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July 29, 2003
LABOR LAWS
Child Labor Laws
Travelling Youth Crews

INTERSTATE LABOR STANDARDS ASSOCIATION
www.ilsa.net
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July 25, 2003
State inmate executed for murder of Lawton woman
By The Associated Press
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July 24, 2003
Inmate executed for 1994 murder
By Julie E. Bisbee Associated Press Writter
And Rick Halperin
See: OKLAHOMA----execution
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July 4, 2003
Scam victims may get refunds
Company held responsible for solicitors' deceptive pitches
By Amy Hebert, Camera Staff Writer
Boulder, Colorado
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July 3, 2003
Talbott: Selling a tall tale
The Daily Camera
Boulder, Colorado
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July 1, 2003
Magazine scam dupes residents
DA's office warns of bogus solicitors
By Mary Butler, Camera Staff Writer
Boulder, Colorado
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June 30, 2003
The hazards of door-to-door sales
Solicitors are often young people working in unfamiliar places.
By Dwayne Campbell and Amie Parnes
Inquirer Staff Writers
The Philadelphia Enquirer
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June 30, 2003
Children’s Hospital warns about bogus magazine sales' claim
created: June 26, 2003 - 3:47 PM
updated: June 30, 2003 - 3:09 PM
Written By: Web Producer Jeannie Piper
9NEWS.com
K*USA TV DENVER
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June 30, 2003
BBB Warns Job Seekers of Risky Summer Job Offers
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June 28, 2003
Consumer Watch: Scams can snag the unaware
By Bob Richards
The Capital Times, Madison Wi.
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June 28, 2003
Suit against magazine companies to go to trial
Plaintiffs blame firms for their mother's murder

By JIM BALLOCH
Knoxville News-Sentinel Co.
Read This Story


June 28, 2003
Judge says family can sue killer's former employers
Knoxville News-Sentinel Co.
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June 27, 2003
Parents shed light on sellers:
Vans seen in Waltham, Newton

By Melissa Beecher / Tribune Staff Writer
The Daily News Tribune
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June 26, 2003
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DA warns of bogus magazine solicitations

Boulder County Sheriff's Department
Consumer Division of the District Attorney's Office
Read This Story


June 21, 2003
Two Magazine Salespeople Arrested
By THOMAS D. WILLIAMS, Courant Staff Writer
The Hartford Courant
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June 19, 2003
Janesville Crash Lessons Help Madison Women
Pair Says Sales Job Was Dangerous Situation

Channel 3000; Madison, WI.
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June 18, 2003
Police focus on Midwest group:
Company with youths selling magazines has not registered

By Melissa Beecher / Tribune Staff Writer
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June 15, 2003
Deaths nothing new for sales crews
By Lewis McCool; Herald Technology Editor;
The Durango Herald, Durango Colorado
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June 15, 2003
Selling door-to-door illegal in city
By Lewis McCool; Herald Technology Editor;
The Durango Herald, Durango Colorado
Read This Story


June 13, 2003
Insurance firm denies liability for murder by salesman
News Sentinel; Knoxville, Tenn.; JAMIE SATTERFIELD
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Insurance firm denies liability for murder by salesman
June 13, 2003

June 12, 2003
Help slam the door on sales crew abuses
Wisconsin State Journal; Madison WI.
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June 12, 2003
Paralyzed Teen: Accident 'Blessing In Disguise'
Monica Forgues Getting Ready To Graduate

Channel 3000; Madison, WI.
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June 6, 2003
Salesman jailed in burglary case
BY AARON SANDERFORD; Lincoln JournalStar
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June 2, 2003
Lake County Sherrif Announces Arrest In Sexual Assault
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June 2, 2003
Suspicious Job Ad

By Kim Covington
wzzm13.com
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May 30, 2003
Bogus Sales Crews Could Mean Trouble
Channel 3000; Madison, WI.
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May 30, 2003
Rob Zaleski: 'This is one tough girl'
Paralyzed in van crash, she's getting GED

By Rob Zaleski; Capital Times; Madison WI.
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May 28, 2003
Magazine sellers advised to leave; Complaint leads to two arrests
The Patriot Ledger; Quincy, Mass.;
By Shamus McGillicuddy
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May 27, 2003
Man Rapes Woman In Front Of Child
By News Channel 5; Nashville Tennessee
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May 25, 2003
DEADLY HARD-KNOCK LIFE OF DOOR-TO-DOOR SALES
By SAM SMITH - NEW YORK POST
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May 25, 2003
Subscribe to caution:
Door-to-door magazine sales could be a scam

BY NATALIE P. McNEAL
The Miami Herald
Read This Story


May 23, 2003
Solicitor charged with Gurnee-area sex assault
magazine salesman invited into home, attacked woman

Daily Herald; Arlington Heights, Ill.
Russell Lissau Daily; Herald Staff Writer
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Solicitor charged with Gurnee-area sex assault - May 23, 2003

Also See:
Magazine salesman charged with sex assault
Suburban Chicago Newspapers - By Paul Pfeifer - STAFF WRITER
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May 17, 2003
Street vendors can face danger or cops
Greg Livadas
Democrat and Chronicle
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April 25, 2003
Magazine seller reports rape
Read This Story


April 24, 2003
Aldo Rene Rodriguez a 16-year-old high school student
selling candy door to door was robbed and shot.

Read This Story


See Article Abstracts: 16-year-old selling candy robbed, shot - April 24, 2003
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April 23, 2003
Magazine salesman Roger Eric Broadway pleads guilty Tuesday to the brutal murder, rape and burglary of Eskalene Deborde.
Broadway had a criminal record before being hired by American Community Services Inc.. Previous to Broadway's conviction the Deborde family filed a law suit against American Community Services Inc. for the amount of $20 million dollars. To avoid the death penalty Broadway accepted a plea bargin receiving life in prison without parole on the murder charge, plus two 25 year sentences for rape and aggravated robbery.
Read This Story
See Article Abstracts: Killer gets life without parole - Apr 23, 2003

March 24, 2003
Families remember victims of van crash
By Jennifer McKee/Gazette Staff
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March 18, 2003
Kid scam: Be wary of big bucks through magazine sales
MSNBC
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March 18, 2003
Scam targets kids
Be wary of big bucks through magazine sales
BRAD EDWARDS Oklahoma City NewsChannel 4
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February 28, 2003
Van flips, driver charged with DUI
By the Standard Staff
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February 27, 2003
Salesmen booked with lack of permit
By The Advocate
News Article Abstracts
Salesmen booked with lack of permit - Feb 27, 2003

February 26, 2003
Magazine sellers facing charges
By the Standard Staff
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February 25, 2003
Magazine salesman's pitch too unyielding
By KEN LEWIS - Staff Writer
staugustine.com
Read This Story

January 28, 2003
Cohort in motel beating death faces prison for fleeing county
By Laura Emerson - The Journal Gazette
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