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Katie Mettler


A Monroe County Drug Court Treatment Program participant fills out a worksheet during a journal session on April 21at the Community Corrections Building. Journaling is a time when participants learn to recognize addictive thinking. This is Monroe County's first group journaling session, taught by Case Manager Brier Frasier.

Crime and treatment

At a time when politicians are debating strategy for the war on drugs presiding drug court Judge Diekhoff is offering an alternative she know works.

Donald and Julie are surrounded by media after Camm was found not guilty on Oct. 24 in Lebanon.

Suspended justice

David Camm's murder case divided a family and nearly bankrupted an Indiana county, forcing the community to question the meaning of justice.

For the first time outside prison without handcuffs in thirteen years, David Camm walks out of the Boone County Courthouse in Lebanon, Ind. to a sherif's SUV to be processed out of jail after learning the jury in his third case found him not guilty of the Sept. 2000 murders of his wife, Kim, and children Brad, 7, and Jill, 5, in Georgetown, Ind. He was accompanied by multiple sherifs' deputies, two of whom carried assault riffles, for his safety because Camm and his family received death threats throughout the three trials. Camm was convicted of the murders in the first two trials, but after the jury was first allowed to hear evidence about Charles Boney, who has been convicted of the murders, the jury in the third trial ruled Camm not guilty.

Former trooper found not guilty of murder

The verdict, the stunning ending to one of the most notorious murder cases in Indiana history, was immediately hailed by some as vindication for a wrongly accused man — and condemned by others as a shocking failure to bring a monster to justice.

A counterprotester argues with Thomas Buhls on Monday outside of Boxcar Books.

White supremacists protest bookstore

Students stared and whispered as the four white supremacist protestors marched through campus.While they posed with signs denouncing communism, zionism and modernity, the four protestors shouted back and forth with an angry IU graduate student who followed them from the center of campus all the way to their destination, Boxcar Books on Sixth Street.

Bridging the gap

When students come to IU from around the world, they encounter a clash of cultures. Communication can be a daily struggle, and it takes effort to understand American customs. Yet despite the challenges, many students strive to build community far from home.

Three boxes are all that could be recovered inside of Patricia Kobalski's house. Firefighters had to retrieve personal belongings for Kobalski, as she was not permitted to enter.

Out of nowhere

At about 4:25 p.m. Sunday, a small private jet carrying four passengers careened out of control. The crash killed two people and hospitalized three.

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Plane Crash

Three boxes are all that could be recovered inside of Patricia Kobalski's house. Firefighters had to retrieve personal belongings for Kobalski, as she was not permitted to enter.

Plane Crash

Patricia Kobalski walks to her house for the last time with her brother to gather personal belongings. Firefighters had to gather her belongings, as Kobalski was not permitted to enter the house.

Plane Crash

Emergency crews work to remove what remains of a private plane which crashed into the Kobalski house in South Bend, Indiana on St. Patricks day, killing two and injuring three. The accident happened only minutes from the South Bend Regional Airport.

Plane Crash

Emergency crews work to remove what remains of a private plane which crashed into the Kobalski house in South Bend, Indiana on St. Patricks day, killing two and injuring three. The accident happened only minutes from the South Bend Regional Airport.

ciPlane Carousel

Tattered remains of houses at the scene of the plane crash in South Bend remain scattered across several lawns late Tuesday afternoon. The accident occured St. Patricks Day, near the South Bend Regional Airport.

Psychic

Professional psychic Rebecca Bartlett keeps her small office in Nashville simple and clean cut so she doensn't get distracted while reading her clients.

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