Perry Thompson is a strong person. He sits in his living room attempting to put on his prosthetic leg, and watches an old Western on television. Westerns are his favorite.
(Editor’s Note: Warning! This article contains some graphic descriptions of alleged events that may be offensive to some readers.)
Laurel County resident Dr. Kishore Kumar Jadhav, who has been practicing medicine in Clay County for several years, is described in a federal criminal complaint as a man who induced underage girls to strip and perform sexual acts as part of a medical study.
William “Bopper” Minton, famous for his participation in the CBS show The Amazing Race, told state regulators last Wednesday evening (May 9) that a coal company is polluting the air in his neighborhood, and causing his daughter health problems.
The attorneys for the Clay Eight defendants have filed appeal briefs claiming that the trial judge made numerous errors and was biased against their clients.
The Clay County Grand Jury has returned indictments against 10 people, including one for the killing of a former sheriff, and another for abuse of a corpse.
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