Man convicted of killing Eureka priest in 2014 files appeal

Gary Lee Bullock, who is serving two life sentences without the possibility of parole for the torture and murder of Fr. Eric Freed , claims his Miranda rights were violated

The man convicted of killing  Father Eric Freed on New Year’s Day in 2014 is seeking to appeal his sentence. Gary Lee Bullock, who is serving two life sentences without the possibility of parole for the torture and brutal murder of the Eureka priest, claims his Miranda rights were violated during an interview with law enforcement on Jan. 1, 2014. Oral arguments are scheduled … [Read more...]

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Trial begins in priest’s slaying

Defendant has pleaded insanity in death of Eureka pastor in 2014

The following comes from a March 1 North Coast Journal article by Thaddeus Greenson: Jury selection is underway for the trial of Gary Lee Bullock, who faces life in prison without the possibility of parole if convicted on charges that he tortured and murdered St. Bernard’s pastor Fr. Eric Freed on New Year’s Day 2014. Because of the notoriety of the crime and the … [Read more...]

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Marijuana is paranoia-inducing

The following comes from a March 18 story on Life Site News. Earlier this week, Planned Parenthood officials received a package it was afraid would blow their employees sky high. They were partly right. On Monday, the Planned Parenthood location in Eureka, California, received a two-foot-by-two-foot, weathered-looking package. It arrived after the container had been mailed to … [Read more...]

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‘Pro-choice’ writer visits crisis pregnancy center

Care Net affiliate in Eureka

  The following comes from an Aug. 8 story in Humboldt County’s Lost Coast Outpost. Denyce Sheets, a genial and matronly nurse with buoyant hair the color of wet sand, puts her hand against a computer monitor where a grainy image glows night-vision blue. “Have you ever seen an ultrasound?” she asks reverently. “I can’t deny what I see. I see it over and … [Read more...]

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