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When her ex-husband came to drop off the kids on Saturday morning, no one came to the door. Later in the day, CBS News reports, a local homeowner discovered three adult body parts — including a foot and a head — in a recycling bin roughly 10 miles from Lyne’s house.Police announced on Monday, April 11, that the human remains belonged to Lyne, and that they had arrested 37-year-old John Robert Charlton on “investigation for murder.” According to The Seattle Times, court records show that Charlton’s criminal history includes "convictions for misdemeanor assault in King County in 1997, felony theft in Montana in 2009, second-degree aggravated robbery in Utah in 2006 and misdemeanor battery in a 2009 case in Idaho.” He was also reportedly found guilty of possession of marijuana in 1997, but the charge was deferred.“We used some forensic evidence dealing with telephone calls and cell towers and the usual investigative shoe leather,” Seattle Police Assistant Chief Robert Merner said in an April 11 press conference. ” Lyne’s longtime friend Nichole Rock asked through tears during an interview with Q13Fox.(The tacky factor here is high, along with the assumption that you have cropped out your ex! This seems like an obvious statement, but thousands of people upload pics like this. Because we present more emotion with the left side of the face.) A very wide, far away shot also rated on the poor side of the communication spectrum. To the Left A study out of Wake Forest University suggests that photos featuring the left side of the face are perceived by others as more pleasant when compared with pictures featuring the right side of the face (who knew! This is good news for those who may not have a great picture of their left side – simply make a quick edit so that it appears to be facing the other way. Another study (Tracy & Beall, 2011) looked at the gender differences in ratings of attractiveness of different emotion expressions.
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She has also received "the carpet bomb" the impersonal, copied-and-pasted form letter sent to hundreds of women at a time; the cheesy pickup line; and numerous illiterate greetings like, "Sup, gorgus." And there was the time when one guy used Google's Image search function to cyberstalk her. Wexler.' He knew where I went to college," she said.
"It felt like a big violation that I was potentially semi-anonymous and my name and professional stuff was something that someone could find by having access to my picture." No wonder Susie Lee, a Seattle-based visual artist turned tech entrepreneur, created Siren, a dating app designed to protect women from scenarios like the ones Wexler experienced.
(Ken Lambert/Seattle Times/MCT) ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, TCN - OUTS **Susie Lee, right, with the help of Katrina Hess, has developed a new online dating app called Siren.
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