Hart family

The tragic Hart family cliff crash is renewing debate about homosexual adoptions.

Lesbian couple Jennifer Hart and Sarah Hart drove off a cliff in Mendocino, Ca. after fleeing their Woodland, Washington home amid suspicions of child abuse and neglect. Police believe all six of their adopted children were killed when the SUV went over the cliff.

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Hart family

A body that was pulled out of the surf on Saturday near the site where a family of 8 went over a cliff in a SUV may be one of three missing children.

The body of a black female was discovered by a couple on vacation near Juan’s Creek before 2 p.m. Saturday in the vicinity of the crash site near Westwood, California. A third bystander pulled the body out of the water and called 911.

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Jennifer Hart

Jennifer Hart, who died along with her family in a suspected murder-suicide, was spotted in grainy surveillance video in a Safeway grocery store in Fort Bragg, California on March 25.

Mendocino County Sheriff’s deputies released an image from surveillance video showing Jennifer Hart, 39, in the grocery store just after 8 a.m. on Sunday, the day before the family’s wrecked SUV was found at the bottom of a cliff near Mendocino, California.

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Hart family

Three missing children of a suicidal lesbian couple may not have washed out to sea after their SUV plunged 100-feet off a cliff near Mendicino, California.

Authorities are retracing the 550-mile route driven by Sarah and Jennifer Hart after a Child Protective Services worker made a visit to their Woodland, Washington home on Friday, March 23.

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Cedric Anderson

Police say Monday’s shooting at a San Bernardino, Calif. elementary school was a domestic dispute between a man and his estranged wife.

Investigators say Cedric Anderson, 53, wasn’t targeting students when he walked into a classroom at North Park elementary and shot Karen Smith to death.

Anderson, 53, then turned the gun on himself inside the classroom.

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Sheri Shermeyer

A Pennsylvania woman who gave birth past the recommended age of 30 wrote a bitter, vindictive suicide note to her husband before smothering her 1-year-old son and killing herself.

In the lengthy note on her Facebook page, Sheri Shermeyer, 40, called her husband a “nasty man”.

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