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Triumph over tragedy

  By Andy Kahan On January 20, 2020, I walked into the Bexar (San Antonio) Courthouse along with several other victims’ families to witness the Nurse Baby Killer/Angel of Death Genene Jones agree to a plea deal  that would essentially ensure she would spend the rest of her life in…

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A behind the scenes look at witnessing executions: The good, the bad, the ugly

By Andy Kahan Today it’s considered not to be a big deal for surviving family members of homicide to witness an execution, so let me give everyone a historical perspective on how what is now the norm came to be in the great state of Texas. Join me as we…

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The tragic yet utterly preventable death of Sandeep Dhaliwal-Texas first Sikh sheriff’s deputy

By Andy Kahan Harris County Deputy Sandeep Dhaliwal was the first Sikh Deputy in Texas and a trendsetter nationally. He was one of the first law enforcement officers in the country by way of a policy change to wear a beard and a turban on duty.  He was tragically the…

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Serial Killers: The end of an era?

By Andy Kahan In my capacity as Director of Victim Services and Advocacy for Crime Stoppers of Houston I regularly make presentations on the issue of serial killers profiting from crime to civic groups, victim service organizations and universities. For the most part the public has heard of Ted Bundy,…

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