Did you notice that the Sun-Sentinel endorsed Jerry Fadgen for Plantation mayor over the weekend? Listen, I'm not a fan of any politicians in this city but Fadgen ... well, let's hear from a reader about him who wrote a letter to the Pulp about the endorsement: Yes, Plantation has a clear ... More >>
The recent headlines in the Herald and Sun-Sentinel had a shocking quality: "Photo Said to Show Adam Walsh's Face 'Etched in His Own Blood.'" Adam We all know Adam Walsh's face. When Adam was abducted from a Hollywood mall in 1981, it shook South Florida. When p ... More >>
Your daily glance at what's making news in Palm Beach and Broward:The two Hollywood Police officers who unwittingly recorded themselves talking about how they would "do a little Walt Disney" by fixing a police report absolving their fellow cop from blame when he rear-ended a woman's car. [WPLG-10 ... More >>
Well, it sure is nice to clear this case from the file room! Ottis Toole killed Adam Walsh, says Hollywood Police Chief Chad Wagner, citing approximately zero nuggets of new information.This is either some great detective work... or it's a police chief eager to close an infamous, mangled, 27-ye ... More >>
When trouble brewed, former Broward County Sheriff Ken Jenne was quick to spend our tax dollars on lawyers to try to help him get out of trouble. Most infamously, he engineered the payment of $1.2 million to his good friend and political supporter Tom Panza to "investigate" the ... More >>
Why won't Hollywood police take seriously the best chance at solving Adam Walsh's murder?
Remember that exchange between Daily Business Review Law Editor Harris Meyer and Chicago Tribune national correspondent Tim Jones ? Well, the Trib responded appropriately (this actually ran a few days ago, but I missed it): "A main section story Tuesday on the possibility that serial killer Jeffre ... More >>
I got hold of this e-mail exchange between the Daily Business Review's law editor, Harris Meyer, and Tim Jones, the national correspondent for the Chicago Tribune. It concerns the Jeffrey Dahmer/Adam Walsh story that was initially broken by DBR last month and finally, by a circuitous route, went nat ... More >>
Non-fiction crime writer Arthur Jay Harris put forth a stunning theory in the Daily Business Review earlier this week that is simply too good not to post: That it was infamous serial killer and cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer who killed seven-year-old Adam Walsh in Hollywood back in 1981. And one of the ce ... More >>
The fisherman who rescued Elián, Donato Dalrymple, comes from a family with a violent history. And that's not the half of it.
January 15-21, 1998
Fifteen years after America's Most Heinous Murder, new evidence emerges, pointing to a suspect police had once dismissed