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Conduct Unbecoming

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In this Dateline classic, a family in Ontario, Canada returns home to discover some of their personal items are missing. Was it a random attack, or something more sinister? Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on February 18, 2011.

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Eric Glenn

Dateline GOAT Episode hands down.

Mar 26th
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The Everyday Bombshell

Oh and to his idiot college roommate: Stop trying to excuse the monster in your midst. Imagine what he would've done to your daughter if he could have gotten away with it. Let that sink in. The truth is you aren't looking for an explanation. You are looking for excuses. Stop. It's foolish at best, makes you look like an accomplice-after-the-fact at worst. The explanation here is simple: he is evil. Let his mom love him despite his crimes. They should've burned more than his uniform.

Mar 25th
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The Everyday Bombshell

To the female insubordinate who said so vehemently that this man never once acted inappropriately in her presence: just because he didn't molest YOU doesn't mean he isn't a sex fiend. You may not have been his victim type. Or maybe he knew that victimizing you would bring the police to his door. You can tell by his college roommates recollections that he was a strict controlling man who knew to keep his sick proclivities under wraps. The man who counts his change and logs it to make sure he knew how much he spent when he went out with buddies is the kind of man who knows to separate his creepy sex addiction from his job. Unfortunately for him, this kind of proclivity is escalatory by nature. We never know people as well as we think we do. Before you vehemently standing up for someone, check and see if the po-pos have DNA first.

Mar 25th
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