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Drug Convictions Increase US Probation Rate -- A Justice Department report showed the number of Americans on parole or probation reached more than 4 million for the first time ever. Contributing was the increase in sentences for drug abuse violations and convictions for fraud and forgery. Bureau of Justice Statistics US Department of Justice

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) -- Established by Congress to strengthen the Nation's health care capacity to provide prevention, diagnosis, and treatment services for substance abuse and mental illnesses.

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Death of a Little Princess: The Tragic Story of the Murder of JonBenet Ramsey by Carlton Smith A portrait of the Ramsey family and computer business; key events in the investigation; profiles of Boulder, Colorado, Police Chief Tom Koby and District Attorney Alex Hunter; a chronological account of the media reaction to the murder itself, child beauty pageants; and the feud between the Ramsey "dream team," the police department and the district attorney's office. Ex-FBI criminal profiler Robert Ressler's consultation on the case.

The Cases That Haunt Us: From Jack the Ripper to Jonbenet Ramsey, the FBI's Legendary Mindhunter Sheds Light on the Mysteries That Won't Go Away by John E. Douglas, Mark Olshaker By applying criminal personality profiling techniques he developed while stalking more current killers, Douglas provides a fresh, sage outlook on some disturbing history. He also sheds new light on San Francisco's Zodiac Killer, the Black Dahlia murder, Bambi Bembenek, the Boston Strangler, and the continuing mystery of who killed 6-year-old JonBent Ramsey. Douglas sometimes reveals his chief suspect; other times he simply narrows down who the killer is not. In the JonBent mystery (in which Douglas was hired by the Ramseys to find the killer), he presents a convincing case for why he believes the girl's parents are not guilty of murder. Douglas is founder of the FBI's Serial Killer Profiling Unit.

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