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Fresh update on "murder" discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:34 sec | 21 min ago

Fresh update on "murder" discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

"Defense in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Showman is expected to wrap up its case as soon as today, the judge said. Closing arguments and jury deliberations are set to begin Monday. Meanwhile, the jury must now consider conflicting testimony for Mr Showman in connection with the death of George Floyd 11 months ago yesterday, a forensic pathologist testifying for the defense Said that George Floyd died of a cardiac arrest because of heart disease and that the death could not be ruled a homicide. Mr Show been held his knee on Mr Floyd's neck while face down for more than nine minutes. In my opinion. Mr Floyd had a sudden cardiac arrhythmia, cardiac arrhythmia due to his death throes, garage IQ and hypertensive heart disease or.

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Chauvin Trial: Prosecution Quizzes Defense Witness Over Carbon Monoxide Claim

BBC World Service

00:59 sec | 5 hrs ago

Chauvin Trial: Prosecution Quizzes Defense Witness Over Carbon Monoxide Claim

"Minister. No jury has heard a second day of testimony from defense witnesses and the Derrick showman murder trial. She opens. Attorneys hope to undermine the prosecution's claim that their client killed George Floyd by kneeling on Floyd's neck for over nine minutes. As NPR's Walter Ray Watson reports. One defense witness offered several explanations for Floyd's death attorney Eric Nelson as Dr David Fowler, a former chief medical examiner about the cause of George Floyd's death last May. Fowler asserted. Many causes among them an irregular heart rhythm, the ingestion of opioids and the inhaling of carbon monoxide from a squad car close to where police restrained Floyd. Fowler maintained. Floyd's death by professional standard was undetermined is when you've got so many conflicting, different potential mechanisms of death that could lead to Yesterday for the manner is not clear. The prosecution has begun cross examination, and Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill will allow rebuttal witnesses to follow his testimony on

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Fresh update on "murder" discussed on America in the Morning

America in the Morning

00:45 sec | 23 min ago

Fresh update on "murder" discussed on America in the Morning

"Charges show progress in the fight against social injustice this day in 2021. In less than a week revenue and that's due in a week. That district attorney made the decision that we will charge this officer and the family of Dante, right. We'll get to have their day in court. So we say justice for Dante right. Krump also represents the family of George Floyd, who died in Minneapolis police custody last year. The triumph of the officer facing murder and manslaughter charges in that case is under way just miles from where Wright was killed in Brooklyn Center, the city's mayor, Mike Elliott, with a message for rights family, I promise you this His death. Well, not going they, the mayor continues to urge peaceful protests.

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4th Night of Protests After Ex-Cop Who Killed Daunte Wright Charged

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 6 hrs ago

4th Night of Protests After Ex-Cop Who Killed Daunte Wright Charged

"Gathered and protest that again tonight and support of Dante writes a 20 year old black man killed by now former Brooklyn's center Minnesota police officer Achim Potter during a traffic stop. Potter was charged with second degree manslaughter. Or from CBS News is Chris Martinez. 20 year old Wright's death set off protests and unrest in the aftermath of the Sunday shooting in the Minneapolis suburb. It happened just miles from where fired Officer Derek Shobin is being tried for murder in the death of George Floyd. Wednesday night, People held a vigil at the scene of Dante and writes death while protesters also gathered more than 900 miles away in Atlanta. Potter was a 26 year veteran of the Brooklyn Center Police Department. If convicted, he faces up to 10 years in prison.

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Fresh update on "murder" discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:42 sec | 24 min ago

Fresh update on "murder" discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

"20 year old Dante right in Brooklyn center. Minnesota, is being charged with second degree manslaughter. Charges were announced yesterday against 48 year old Kim Potter, who resigned from her position on Tuesday. The charge carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison under Minnesota law, No Chema Levi Armstrong, a civil rights lawyer in Minneapolis, said the charges should include second or third degree murder if I took out My gun and acted as if it was a Taser and killed someone. There is no way that I would only be charged with second degree manslaughter and I am not a trained law. Professional law enforcement. Professional police have described the shooting of Mr Wright as accidental body camera footage showed Miss Potter shouting the word Taser several times before firing her gun. Meanwhile, a crowd of several 100 people gathered for 1/4 night to demonstrate last night some set off fireworks and threw water bottles of police. The mayor and Mr Wright's mother have asked for protesters to be peaceful.

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Defense expert blames George Floyd's death on heart trouble

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 12 hrs ago

Defense expert blames George Floyd's death on heart trouble

"At the murder trial of Derek show open in Minneapolis a defense expert blame George Floyd's death on heart trouble prosecution experts testified George Floyd died from a lack of oxygen after being pinned down forensic pathologist Dr David Fowler testified district Lloyd had a sudden cardiac a reasonable cardiac care is mia as a result of his heart disease valor it listed other factors to Sentinel and methamphetamine there it is exposure to a vehicle exhausts financially carbon monoxide poisoning the medical examiner ruled George Floyd's death was a homicide Fowler said there were too many conflicting factors I would fall back to undetermined Tate from court TV prosecutors say Floyd died because Derek show opens me was pressed against Lloyds neck or neck area for nine and a half minutes I'm a Donahue

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Paul Flores Accused of Killing Kristin Smart During Rape Attempt

The John Phillips Show

00:22 sec | 13 hrs ago

Paul Flores Accused of Killing Kristin Smart During Rape Attempt

"In the Christian Smart case. San Luis Obispo County prosecutors believe they know where her body was buried. Paul Flores is now charged with murder and attempted rape. His father is charged as an accessory for allegedly helping to dispose of the body. The 19 year old vanished on her way back to our Cal Poly San Luis Obispo dorm 25 years ago floors was the last person seen with her.

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Officer Will Be Charged With Manslaughter in Daunte Wright Killing

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:36 sec | 16 hrs ago

Officer Will Be Charged With Manslaughter in Daunte Wright Killing

"Suburb of police officer has been arrested and now facing charges in the shooting death of black motorist Dante right during a traffic stop this week, Brooklyn Center Police officer Kim Potter taken into custody here now accused of second degree manslaughter. It's a charge under Minnesota law that could get her 10 years in prison if she's convicted. Second degree manslaughter is for putting somebody's life in great danger. Protesters here have been demanding murder charges and Dante writes family is now speaking out in a statement, saying his death was no accident that they say it was intentional and deliberate. They say they will keep fighting for justice

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Judge Refuses Request to Acquit Chauvin in Floyd's Death

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 19 hrs ago

Judge Refuses Request to Acquit Chauvin in Floyd's Death

"The judge says no to a defense request to acquit Derek shelving in his murder trial the attorney for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin ask the judge to clear showing of the charges against him in the death of George Floyd defense attorney Eric Nelson argued that prosecutors had failed to prove that Chauvin killed Floyd he said the prosecution's own expert witnesses gave conflicting opinions about what caused Lloyd's death after Sheldon pinned him to the ground for nine and a half minutes say authorities the judge turned down the defense request request for acquittal are not unusual those requests are usually denied I'm ready to fall lay

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The Daunte Wright Protest Continues for a Third Night

WGN Programming

00:55 sec | 1 d ago

The Daunte Wright Protest Continues for a Third Night

"Straight night in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. Hundreds of protesters gathered past curfew and some Indian used umbrellas to shield themselves from police flash bangs. Their protest in the death of Dante right was shot by police during a traffic stop. Dozens of people were arrested overnight. That protest comes as a community waits possible charges against the officer who shot right. The Washington County attorney's office is planning to charge Officer Kim Potter today, but it's not clear what she charged with. Daughter says she mistook her gun for a Taser and accidentally shot right. She submitted her resignation later yesterday, But the mayor Brooklyn center, says he has not accepted it. Some are calling for her to be fired and said, saying she's allowed to resign. She would be eligible to collect a pension. Also say she should be charged with murder. Did you not see

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A Rising Tide of Violence Against Environmental Activists

Short Wave

01:52 min | 1 d ago

A Rising Tide of Violence Against Environmental Activists

"Want to start today's episode with a speech from francia marquez. An afro colombian environmental activists indian in two thousand eighteen. She won the goldman environmental prize for central and south america and that's the biggest prize out there for grassroots environmental activists. Yeah it's sometimes called the green nobel's sucralose audio's don't they move quilon talking about her community in columbia letaba francia pauses to collect. This is a place where illegal gold mining was booming. A few years ago where miners were coming in and polluting local water sources with harmful chemicals and in response fronts organized eighty women to march in protest bogota the capital a journey of three hundred fifty miles. I mean that's a three hundred fifty miles. That's far that can help us. But through theon delo rio's francios as someone who has tirelessly fought illegal mining on her industrial land. But at great personal cost she says we are taught to love and value our land and to fight for charter. Podcasting includes poignant. Andrea's going mr appropriate even if it means putting our own lives at risk. That's the sentence i wanna pay attention to. Because the lives of environmental and land activists are increasingly at risk. An international ngo global witness has documented a rise in the murder and disappearance of environmental and land activists. In recent years they documented two hundred twelve murders in two thousand nineteen and one third of those murders. Were in colombia. Where fancy lives

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Paul Flores Booked on Murder Charge in Kristin Smart Case

What's On Your Mind - Encore

00:28 sec | 1 d ago

Paul Flores Booked on Murder Charge in Kristin Smart Case

"Obispo, California Sheriff's Office has announced arrest in the 25 year old case of missing college student Kristin Smart. Paul Flores, who was last seen with her and long considered a suspect and his father, Ruben, was arrested for a charge of murder. With zero bail, meaning he is unable to bail and Ruben Flores was arrested as an accessory to murder with the bail of $250,000 Sheriff Dian Parkinson.

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'Prime suspect' arrested in student's 1996 disappearance

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 1 d ago

'Prime suspect' arrested in student's 1996 disappearance

"A man who attended Cal Poly university in the nineteen nineties has been arrested in connection with the murder of a female student who vanished nearly twenty five years ago the sheriff in San Luis Obispo county California says they've considered forty four year old Paul flora's likely to be the suspect for years he was the last person seen with Kristen smart when she disappeared in nineteen ninety six returning to her dorm from a party announcing on K. E. Y. T. T. V. the rest of Paul Flores for the murder of Kristen smart and the rest of his father Ruben Flores as an accessory to the murder sheriff Ian Parkinson says they've executed dozens of search warrants in recent years and now have evidence linking the suspect to Kristin smart he vows they will continue to search for her remains we are not going to stop until Kristen has been recovered police say new witnesses came forward in the case after hearing about the podcast your own backyard I'm Jackie Quinn

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2 Suspects Arrested in 1996 Disappearance of Kristin Smart

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

2 Suspects Arrested in 1996 Disappearance of Kristin Smart

"Arrests have been made in connection with the 1996 disappearance of Cal Poly student Kristin Smart Cave be Kay's Jensen. Reiter has the latest nearly 25 years later in murder charges are finally being brought against the main suspect in the Kristin Smart case. I'm here this afternoon to announce the rest of Paul Floors. The murder of Kristen Smart and the rest of his father, Ruben Flora's as an accessory to the murder. San Luis Obispo County Sheriff in Parkinson made the announcement from the Cal Poly campus, not providing any details as to what evidence finally led to those arrests. And this is probably a question I will answer at this point. That we have not recovered Kristen. We will continue to focus on finding her remains regardless of any court

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Defense Launches Case in Chauvin Trial

Rush Limbaugh

00:18 sec | 1 d ago

Defense Launches Case in Chauvin Trial

"D. The defense now presenting its case in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Open earlier today. The prosecution rested after presenting dozens of witnesses in an attempt to prove showman murder George Floyd by kneeling on his neck during an arrest last May. The first witness for the defense is Minneapolis Park. Police officer Peter Chang, who assisted at the scene of Floyd's

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Derek Chauvin Trial: A Cardiologist and George Floyd's Brother Testify

Democracy Now! Audio

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

Derek Chauvin Trial: A Cardiologist and George Floyd's Brother Testify

"To the trial of former minneapolis police officer derek chauvin on trial for murdering george floyd the trials taking place ten miles from where white police officer killed dante right a twenty year old black man sunday on monday. A cardiologists called as an expert witness in the chauvin by the prosecution testified. George floyd died due to oxygen deprivation after chauvin kneeled on his neck for over nine minutes. George floyd brother felonious also testified and talked about how close george was to his mother who died in two thousand and

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Lauren Hough: Leaving Isn't the Hardest Thing

LGBTQ&A

02:08 min | 1 d ago

Lauren Hough: Leaving Isn't the Hardest Thing

"This is lgbtq. And a with lauren. Huff offer of leaving. Isn't the hardest thing. I want to start with your childhood. You grow in the family which is also known as the family of love which is also known as children of god and it was a colt in reading the book. I discovered that. I didn't actually know what that meant. In like everything that entailed so just to begin with you. Give a short explanation to everyone of what that looked like for you. It's a lot more mundane. I think than people want it to be. I think people are expecting a lot of rituals maybe robes involved. It was living in with a lot of other people a lot of families. It was changing diapers constantly because sex colts make babies and very historical look male female gender roles right yet extremely very much reinforced. Not not just through the literature Jobs whenever you moved into a new house the boys would get setup. Building bumped beds for our beds at night and we would be so in curtains or taking care of the kids so that they adult men could go to the bunk beds and the women could cook dinner so colt is a word that we have assigned to them internally though how did they describe themselves as they're not a cult. Nobody's ever joined a cult or been in a colt. Everyone else's in occult. They are a religious sect in their persecuted and called a colt as a slur. The that's how it was discussed internally and that's what it was presented to as the mainstream media and the system might media is trying to attack us by calling the called. I mean just because we live together in a big group and follow later that we think is the prophet of god and tells us heaven is in the moon. That that's not a colt. Will i think that like everything you just said could very well be assigned to like religious beliefs by religions. Generally we get into a lot about but really the main differences occultist smaller if it has a lot of members in it's lasted a while. Now it's a

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Have we solved the black hole information paradox?

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

01:44 min | 2 d ago

Have we solved the black hole information paradox?

"Universe is full of interesting and amazing things and none more mysterious than black holes and try black holes are these weird corners of the universe where we think secrets lie. We suspect that solution to the age. Old conflict between general relativity and quantum mechanics might lie right at the heart of black holes but of course nobody can see inside them. So it's incredibly frustrating to think that the answers to some of our deepest questions exist but are hidden from us. Does that drive physicist bunkers to know that there are out there but maybe they're trapped in a place where they can never get out. That's essentially the project of physics right. The answers are out there. The universe does contain these answers. And if you can come up with the right experiment you can force the universe to reveal those truth. That's basically how we accumulated all the knowledge that we have but yet frustrating to think that there might be places in the universe that nobody could ever look where information could hide forever escaping from even our most clever efforts to reveal them. You make it sound. Like viz are like paparazzi of the universe. You're trying to catch the universe. He no sunbathing and its portrait. Something i used to think of us as more like murder mystery detectives but yeah paparazzi. More positive way because the universe is beautiful. It deserves our attention. Yeah i guess. They're surprised to being the universe. We're just here trying to enjoy the beauty of the universe. You know and get it signature once in a while so we can sell it on ebay to the national enquirer or times magazine. One of those to whoever will take is part of the freebritney movement. I don't think there's a free universe movement where they're like. Hey physicist leave the universe alone. Some of the mystery no.

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Prosecution Rests, Cardiologist Says Police Killed George Floyd

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:37 min | 2 d ago

Prosecution Rests, Cardiologist Says Police Killed George Floyd

"Today on day. Eleven just ten miles away. From where more jessica is now on day. Eleven of the trial of derek. Dirk for the murder of george floyd the rested its case after calling three more witnesses. George floyd younger brother described his memories of life with george something that minnesota law allows the victims families to do in murder trials. Defense did not ask any questions of george. Floyd brother cardiologists dr. Jonathan rich testified. That heart disease had nothing to do with the death of george. Floyd he said that. George floyd died because the police crushing his body against the pavement deprived him of oxygen. Toward floyd died from a pulmonary arrest. It was caused by low oxygen levels and those low oxygen levels were induced by the prone restraint and positional a six nations that he was subjected to. I believe that. Mr george floyd death was absolutely preventable where they're critical points in time doing during his subdural and restraint on the ground when you feel measures could have or should have been taken that would have preserved his life. Yes i do. I think there were several junctures. Actually would you tell us about those short. The i of course was to not subject to that initial that initial prone restraint positioning that he was subjected to. I mean that is first and foremost so if that was not the case i don't think he would have died.

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Curfew in effect in Saint Paul and Minneapolis following fatal officer-involved shooting

Michael Berry

00:48 sec | 2 d ago

Curfew in effect in Saint Paul and Minneapolis following fatal officer-involved shooting

"Take effect a few hours from now in Minneapolis and ST Paul after the deadly shooting during a traffic stop arrest yesterday that ledge of violent protests in a Minneapolis suburb, Brooklyn Center police chief Tim Gan and described the shooting of 20 year old Dante, right, as quote an accidental discharge. And says the officer who fired the shot intended to use a Taser, not a handgun body Cam Video of the shooting has been released less than 24. Hours after the incident, Brooklyn Center Mayor Mike Elliott says his community is grieving and he is heartbroken. We will get to the bottom of this. We will do all That is within our power. To make sure that Justice is done. Briganti round The shooting comes this former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin is on trial for last summer's murder of George Floyd. Tanya J. Powers.

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Minnesota Officer Shoots Black Driver

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:22 sec | 2 d ago

Minnesota Officer Shoots Black Driver

"After police shot and killed a black driver while trying to arrest him unannounced standing warrant. This comes as the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Van's murder trial is ongoing. Minnesota State Patrol Colonel Matt Langer. What you will see is a greater law enforcement presence, a greater National Guard presence. The deadly shooting drew a crowd of protesters last night. In the meantime, Sheldon's try Elinor's Week three.

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"murder" Discussed on Murder Minute

Murder Minute

05:30 min | Last month

"murder" Discussed on Murder Minute

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"murder" Discussed on Murder Minute

Murder Minute

08:12 min | Last month

"murder" Discussed on Murder Minute

"Welcome to murder monette on today's episode. The murdered family. But i your true crime headlines..

"murder" Discussed on Murder Minute

Murder Minute

08:33 min | 3 months ago

"murder" Discussed on Murder Minute

"Welcome to murder minute on. Today's episode the middletown murder. But i your true crime headlines. Ufc fighter rivera has been charged with two counts of premeditated murder after allegedly stabbing his two sisters thirty one year. Old irwin rivera was arrested in palm beach county. On thursday rivera was booked into the county's main detention center. Shortly afternoon it is being charged with two counts of premeditated murder in the first degree. According to a probable cause affidavit police were called to an apartment in boynton beach. Where they i discovered rivera's twenty two year old sister near the road. She had been stabbed. Multiple times and suffered two collapsed. Lungs inside the apartment officers found rivera's thirty three year old sister. She had also been stabbed multiple times. The sisters allegedly told police that they were staying in their brothers spare room and awoke to find him stabbing them. Rivera allegedly ran from the scene before police arrived but was later arrested. Two neighbors reportedly provided sworn statements. That one sister banged on their door while pleading quote. He's trying to kill me. Please help my sister. Police said that the fighter told them that he killed his sisters because a higher power told him to the women were taken to a local hospital one in stable and the other in critical condition. Their current condition is not clear in a statement to m a fighting dot com. The ufc said that the organization is quote aware of the recent incident involving irwin rivera and subsequently received information from his management that he has been exhibiting behavior consistent with mental health. Issues be said that the allegations are quote extremely troubling and the organization is currently gathering additional information investigation is ongoing and any potential next steps including disciplinary action or medical attention will be determined upon the conclusion. Furthermore ufc informed rivera's management that he will not be offered about at this time nashville. Police are hunting for a second suspect. In the december twenty twenty shooting of a nurse who was shot and killed while driving to work at around six pm on december third twenty twenty twenty six year old caitlyn. Kaufman was heading to her seven. Pm shift at saint thomas west hospital where she helped treat covid nineteen patients when at least six shots were fired at her. Suv one of the bullets hit her in the left shoulder and killed her within fifteen seconds. The medical examiner said at about nine pm that night. An officer found her body inside her. Suv which was stopped on the right shoulder of the i. Four forty west. Between the west end avenue and hillsboro pike exits the vehicle was still running and was riddled with bullets on december eleventh. A swat unit with the metro. Nashville police arrested twenty one year. Old devante lewis hill who was charged with criminal homicide in connection with kaufman's death. Police are now searching for a second suspect. Twenty eight year old james. Edward cohen cohen is alleged to have been with hill when the shots were fired from their vehicle into kaufman's car. Police have issued a warrant for cohen's arrest charging him with criminal homicide. The united states bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives is offering a reward of up to five thousand dollars for information leading to cohen's arrest nashville crime. Stoppers is offering an additional reward of up to one thousand dollars. The suspect in an attempted murder of police officer has escaped from his holding cell. Twenty four year old. David dahlin escaped from the portland. Police bureau central precinct on saturday. After a cleaning crew left the door to his holding cell unlocked dahlan had been arrested that same day on a charge of attempted murder of a police officer. Police said that he was driving a stolen chevrolet pickup truck on christmas eve when he struck officer jennifer pierce of the portland. Police bureau and fled. Pierce fired her weapon at the vehicle. After being struck a second time she suffered a fractured pelvis. Dahlan was arrested on january second placed in a holding cell at the portland police bureau's central precinct as detectives prepared to interview him to cleaning crew members responsible for disinfecting rooms because of covid nineteen were cleaning the detective division when one of them entered the holding cell. The worker then closed the door after seeing. Mr dahlan was inside. Police said in a press release quote. Preliminary investigations leave investigators to believe that the door did not fully latch after it was closed sometime time. After the cleaning crew members left investigators believe dahlin pushed the from the inside found it to be insecure for and got out. Investigators believed that he then found a stairwell that was unlocked for fire safety reasons and left through the door. A manhunt is now underway. Police said that there are warrants for his arrest for attempted murder in the first degree assault in the first degree assaulting a public safety officer unauthorized. Use of motor vehicle and escape in the second degree those your true crime headlines up next the middletown murder but first a quick break every year brings new hopes for the future and one of my new year's resolutions. This year is to support businesses. That support meaningful causes so this year. I want to tell you about one. Hope wine one. Hope is a napa valley. Winery built on hope and rooted in purpose. 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"murder" Discussed on Murder Minute

Murder Minute

08:16 min | 10 months ago

"murder" Discussed on Murder Minute

"Best and let issue handled the rest at issue dot info slash murder minute. Welcome, back to murder minute now. The story of the Florida lottery murder. Abraham Shakespeare was born in the mid nineteen sixties in sebring Florida a town known for its annual motorsport endurance event. Twelve hours of see bring. And it's quaint. Downtown district lined with historic buildings. Forty three years later in two thousand ten, his murdered body was found just an hour away implant city. The, following year, his mother Elizabeth Walker told the ledger that she still expected him to pull up in the driveway. The kind hearted man. She's still recalls vividly as a small boy sitting at the kitchen table, eating sugar, smack cereal and she remembers when she realized he was missing along with the preceding roller coaster of events as though they all happened yesterday. It started on November, fifteenth two, thousand six when Abraham and his coworker. Michael Ford stopped at a convenience store for soft drinks and cigarettes on their way to Miami. Abraham had never really known financial security much less wealth. He dropped out of school in the eighth grade to help his father in the fields, and he had a rough time holding down a job after that. At the time of the road trip, he was working as an assistant truckdriver loading boxes for eight dollars an hour, so the idea of potentially winning a large sum of money seemed worth the two dollar price of a lotto ticket. He spent two of the five dollars. He had in his pocket on such a ticket. It must have been one of the most surreal moments of his life. When he realized his numbers six, twelve, thirteen, thirty, four, forty to fifty, two made him the winner. In a moment, he went from bad making ends meet to winning a thirty million. Dollar Jackpot? He posed for a photo holding giant Florida Lotto. Check a look of pride in his eyes. Abraham Shakespeare had finally made it. Or, so he thought. Over the next two years Abraham was. Generous with his newfound funds, giving away some family friends and even strangers. Really having no idea how to manage it all. Prior to winning the lottery, he'd never even his own bank account. He had one ran five thousand dollars and loaned another ten thousand. He gave a million to one relative and two hundred fifty thousand to two others he paid off to mortgages of friends who are nearing foreclosures and paid for the burials of five people most of whom he didn't know personally. He wanted to buy his mom house, but she declined not wanted to deal with the taxes and upkeep. He did by himself a new home for one point one million dollars and put another million in count. He set up for his son for whom he owed child support. Meanwhile the CO worker who was with Abraham when he purchased a lottery ticket, claimed it was his ticket and sued him. Abraham won the case, but still had to pay hefty legal fees. More people sued him and many more took advantage, as he struggled to adapt to his new life and identity, and the vastly different ways people perceived and treated him. So caught up in the whirlwind of it, all and rife with Navy Tae. Important steps were missed like getting his first ever driver's license before hitting the road in his new BMW. Police stopped him for that and for not wearing a seatbelt. As time passed. Abraham felt increasingly frustrated and alone, stating more than once that he wished he could go back to the way things were when he could walk around like a normal person without people approaching him for money again and again. While, his lack of knowledge around money made things especially complicated, even people with more financial know how often struggle with managing their lotto wins. A study conducted by Wolfe. Street showed that nearly one third of US lottery winners declared bankruptcy often within a few years. Most however, do not end up paying the ultimate price of their life. Things grew darker for Abraham once. He met a woman named dee more. She tracked him down. She wanted to write a book about his life. At the time Abraham wasn't aware of her criminal record, which included false accusations and insurance fraud. To him, she seemed completely legit as though she genuinely wanted to help him work with him. Her Company even purchased properties from Abraham including his home. He trusted her. And Soon Abraham seemed to disappear. He had expressed so much angst over the way. Things have been going for him that his family wasn't surprised to see less of him and then none of him. They knew he long to get away from it all and figured he had taken his money to a beach somewhere in the Caribbean Sea. But when months passed with no word from him. Only from DD more who swore he was fine, they grew concerned. On November ninth, two, thousand nine. They reported him missing. Someone offered authorities a tip about his disappearance, mentioning a large concrete slab in the backyard of a property more had purchased from Abraham. They said it seemed fairly new, and very out of place nine feet below. The concrete authorities found Abraham Shakespeare's body. Upon further examination, they estimated he had been buried there for months after dying from two gunshot wounds to the chest. Soon after police took more into custody in connection to the death. Two weeks later, she was formerly charged with first degree murder. The investigation quickly drew damning information about more. Before Abraham's remains have been discovered in her yard, she had been telling people. She helped him disappear because he wanted to leave town and get away from financial pressure. In other instances. She said he was sick in hospital. She blamed other people for his murder to including an attorney drug dealers, and even her fourteen year old son. Mark claimed she only helped him manage his money properly and professionally according to ABC News adding that quote. There's no jury that's going to convict me. They're saying that I took a gun, put it up and killed another human. Being I would never do that. But the mounting evidence continued to point to her. Investigators, found mart surveillance video footage, showing her rushing to buy large amounts of duct tape, trash bags and plastic sheeting around the estimated time of the murder. And seven months after Abraham went missing. She still had his cell phone. Worse. She was using it to text his friends pretending to be him. She made other attempts to make it appear as though he remained alive to. She offered one person two hundred thousand dollars in exchange for claiming that he had seen Abraham alive, and she said another five thousand to his son for his birthday. Abraham's mother Elizabeth testified that Moore tried to convince her not only that her son was still alive, but that he had aids. More even forged. Elizabeth from Abraham not realizing that he was illiterate. During the investigation, a man named Gregory Todd Smith worked as an informant to authorities leading a double life for months stringing more along and gaining her trust, his efforts paid off when she asked him if he knew someone who take the rap for murder in exchange for fifty thousand dollars. She also led him at another man to.

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04:24 min | 11 months ago

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"Well as hallucinogenic effect by the mid nineteenth century. Absent was a favourite of Bohemians poets and artists including Oscar Wilde to loosely trick and Van Gogh but it had also earned a violent reputation. Some claimed that studies had shown chronic ingestion of the drink produced a syndrome called ABSINTHISM characterized by addiction. Violence hyper excitability seizures hallucinations. And Eventually Death. Others argued that the studies lacked validity as they were only showing the results of ingesting large amounts of wormwood. That absence was merely an alcoholic beverage. Like any other and that the amount of wormwood in the drink was not sufficient to produce such extreme side effects. Temperance movements persisted in targeting. Absent for it's supposed psychoactive properties. But despite its controversy and efforts to ban its use by the time of the land fray murderers absent was a hundred million dollar industry spanning both Europe and the United States at the town meeting. Speaker after speaker stood up and denounced the liquor absinthe. The mayor declared is the principal cause of a series of bloody crimes in our country. The citizens voted that day to petition. The local government to ban absent eighty two thousand people signed including women. Who at the time did not yet? Have the right to vote. And the press dubbed the land fray slaying the absence murders on February twenty third nineteen o six gene land phrase trial began. It lasted only one day. A Swiss psychiatrist Dr Albert MMA Heim was called in by the defense to testify that land phrase violent actions were the result of absinthism. The psychiatrist called it quote a classic case of Absent Madness and declared that only sustained consumption of absent could have caused quote the ferociousness of temper and blind rages. That made him shoot his wife for nothing and his to poor children whom he loved. The prosecution argued that his absence consumption was nothing when compared to his chronic intake of other alcohol John Land Frei was found guilty on all three counts of murder and sentenced to thirty years in prison three days later. He hung himself in his cell. The murderers were exactly. What the temperance movement needed and became the catalyst for a full band of drink on May Fifteenth Nineteen O six. The Swiss government voted to ban the sale and use of absence despite efforts by absent manufacturers and cafe owners to reverse the decision in nineteen ten the Swiss constitution was changed to make the manufacturer and possession of absence. Illegal publicity over the case and efforts by temperance activists led to similar bands across most of Europe and the United States. It would take almost a century for absinthe to shake its bad reputation by the nineteen nineties. Studies confirmed that absent psychoactive properties had been exaggerated and by two thousand seven. The green ferry was once again. Welcome at the table. This has been murder minute for true crime anytime. Download the murder minute APP or follow us on Instagram at murder minute..

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07:11 min | 1 year ago

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"He claimed however that the two had parted ways at Kings Norton that that was the last he had seen of her. Ronald told police that he didn't know of Bellas death until July eighth. When he read an article about it in the Leicester Mercury. He said he worried over the matter for some time and then decided to get rid of the bicycle on March nineteenth. An army pistol holster issued to Ronald Light and bullets matching the one which killed Bella right. Were also pulled out of the river on June ninth. Nineteen twenty the trial of light for the murder of Bella right began. He pleaded not guilty. His defense was led by Sir. Edward Marshall Hall a successful barrister. Who was known as the great defender? Ronald was portrayed as an upstanding ex army officer from an upper middle-class background in contrast to Bella a poor factory girl born to an literate parents at the trial two girls aged twelve and fourteen testified that Ronald Light chased them on their bicycles on the afternoon of the murder but they were able to make their escape. His previous record for assaulting young girls however was not revealed to the court Ronald Light spent four hours on the witness stand although he openly admitted the Gun Holster. The bullets and the bicycle were all his. He adamantly denied the murder asked whether he was the killer Ronald replied certainly not. He admitted to poor judgment in failing to step forward as a witness and by discarding the bicycle he blamed shell shock from the war and claimed that he panicked. When Belo right was murdered? I knew from newspaper reports the next day that she was the girl I had been with just before she died. He testified. I knew the police wanted to question me. I became a coward again. I never told a living soul what I knew. I got rid of everything that could have connected me with her. Because I was afraid I see now of course that I did the wrong thing. The prosecution pointed out that Ronald lightheaded attempted to file off the serial numbers before sinking his bike and let the bullets found in. The river matched the one. That killed Bella right. They also pointed out that Ronald Light lied again and again after his arrest changing his story whenever confronted with the evidence. The prisoner is no ordinary man. Prosecutor Gordon Hayward said but one who is extremely clever and deliberate in his actions the defense suggested that Bella right could have been hit by a shot fired from faraway. Perhaps by a bird hunter. He argued a close up shot. As in the police. Theory would have caused much more injury to the young girl than what was found. He highlighted a lack of motive in the case focusing on the fact that there was no assault and no robbery and he introduced the idea that some mystery person was the one responsible for the murder. This theory and Ronald Lights explanation were evidently enough to instill sufficient reasonable doubt within the minds of the jurors on June twelfth. Nineteen twenty after three hours deliberation. The jury acquitted Ronald Light of all charges as the jury announced their verdict. Congratulatory shouts went up in the courtroom. Well done well done light. After his acquittal Ronald Line disappeared for time. He assumed the name Leonard Astill and moved to the isle of Shabby and Kent In nineteen thirty four. He married a war widow and mother of three Lillian. Lester her husband Sergeant Ernest. Lester had also served with the Royal Engineers and was killed in action in nineteen seventeen following his death. Lillian abandoned her two young sons in an orphanage fearing that she wouldn't be able to support them on her widow's pension. Her daughter stayed with her. Lillian. Ronald had no children together. His stepdaughter knew nothing about his involvement in the death of Bella. Right until after his death in nineteen seventy five at the age of eighty nine years later. Apparent Confession was uncovered in Police Archives of the case the type written account was found in the notes of Superintendent Levi bully and was allegedly written three days after Ronald Wright's acquittal. Ronald Light went into a police station to collect some belongings there. He confided in the officer that he had in fact killed Bella but insisted that it was an accident. He also said that he would deny the story. If it ever became public the alleged confession reads. I did shoot the girl but it was completely accidental. We were writing quietly along. I had my revolver in my raincoat pocket and we dismounted for her to look at it. I had no idea there was a loaded cartridge in her hand was out to take when it went off. She fell and never stirred. I was frightened and altogether unnerved and I got on my bicycle and rode away. This has been murder minute for true crime anytime. Download the murder minute APP or follow us on Instagram at murder minute..

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08:16 min | 1 year ago

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"Episode a series of mysterious deaths. Set off nationwide panic. But I your true crime headlines after three days of searching police in South Carolina located the body of six-year-old face. Wet Lick who went missing from her front yard after getting off of her school bus. The young girl's body was found in a wooded area not far from where she went missing and her death is being investigated as a homicide. Police also announced the discovery of a deceased male who lived in the same neighborhood as the murdered girl. He has been identified as thirty year. Old Cody Taylor. Police have stated that there is evidence that the two deaths may be linked but they have not yet provided any further details. The street preacher known as Philly. Jesus has sued the city of Philadelphia for allegedly violating his first amendment rights after a December incident at the city's Christmas village. The suit was filed in Philadelphia's Federal Court by the thirty three year old man whose real name is Michael Grant Grant alleges that he was preaching peacefully at the annual holiday market and that he had set out a basket for donations according to his complaint. A police officer approached and told him to stop preaching in the area. He refused asserting his right to free speech. He claims that two officers dragged him across the street where he was handcuffed and detained for around thirty minutes before being given a citation for failure. To disperse in the suit he claims to have suffered pain and emotional distress financial losses and a violation to his right to freedom of expression and freedom of religion the recovering heroin addict. Turn Street. Preacher has been dressing as Jesus and walking the streets of Philadelphia for more than five years. He made headlines in two thousand sixteen after his arrest for refusing to leave an apple store in the city claiming it was his first amendment right to preach in the store in that case. He was found guilty of defiant trespass grants attorneys asked for the four hundred dollars filing fee to be waived stating that. Their client is homeless and has no reliable source of income. A judge granted the fee waiver allowing the case to continue. He is seeking unspecified. Damages of Virginia. Uber driver is in jail facing felony kidnapping charges after his passengers broadcast terrifying ride on facebook. Live thirty eight year old. Femi- Older Mola picked up John. Murray and to make a swan just before eight PM at their home enrichment the couple bound for a dinner date were riding in Mola's vehicle when it was rear ended by another driver. That driver fled the scene and old. Mola gave chase speeding through red lights and stop signs as Murray live streamed the pursuit in the video swan can be heard shouting out. Street names to a nine one one operator and pleading with the driver to pullover after nearly missing a bicyclist and colliding with another vehicle. Olusola did eventually pull over and let the couple out. He faces to kidnapping charges as well as charges of reckless driving and felony. Hit and run according to police. He is scheduled to return to court on April. Twenty first those your true crime headlines up next seven deaths in nineteen eighty two and the chaos that followed but first a quick break. Welcome back to murder minute on the morning of Wednesday September twenty ninth nineteen eighty two in elk grove village just outside of Chicago Illinois. Asleep e twelve year old. Mary Kellerman woke up for school but Mary wasn't feeling well. She complained to her parents that she had a sore throat and a runny nose. Her parents decided to keep her home and gave her some medicine to ease her cold. Symptoms at seven am. Mary collapsed on the bathroom floor unresponsive when the paramedics arrived the twelve year old was in full cardiac arrest. Paramedics rushed Mary to the hospital but by ten am. Mary was dead. That same day in Arlington Heights. Adam Janice a twenty seven year. Old Postal worker was celebrating his anniversary with his wife and daughter. Adam told his wife that he wasn't feeling well and said that he was going to lay down for quick nap when his daughter came in to check on him she noticed that her father was turning blue. She called her mother for help. They quickly called nine one one. The paramedics found Adam unresponsive. His breathing labored and his blood pressure very low. They rushed him to the hospital but it was too late. Adam Janice died of what appeared to be a massive heart attack. The family was in shock. Adam had always been healthy around three forty five pm twenty-seven-year-old Mary Winer of Winfield Illinois was at home recovering after giving birth to her fourth child. Her mother-in-law was in the living room taking care of the newborn when Mary suddenly fell to the floor she was pronounced dead at the hospital had five. Pm back in. Arlington Heights. Adam genesis younger brother Stanley and sister-in-law Theresa rushed to his home to grieve with Adams widow and their loved ones as the family tried to process the sudden death of Adam. Stanley clutched his chest. Oh my heart he said and collapsed foaming at the mouth. Just four hours. After Adam's death the paramedics found themselves back at the gems house. Something was wrong as paramedics tried to save Stanley. His wife Teresa fell to the floor within hours. Twenty Five Year. Old Stanley was dead. Nineteen-year-old Theresa died soon after. It was clear that these were not heart attacks at first investigators suspected carbon monoxide poisoning. But this theory was quickly ruled out. As only a few family members were affected fearing something contagious. The family was quarantined at the hospital. As doctors and investigators looked for answers. Lieutenant Chunk Kramer cold in the Arlington Heights village nurse Helen. Jensen an old friend to assist them in their investigation. When Helen arrived at the hospital she found Adams wife. I asked her to tell me the story. Helen recalled the story was that the whole family was at the house. Stanley suffered from backache. He was complaining about his pancake. He asked his wife Teresa if she would get him a couple of tylenol. She brought him to Tylenol and then she took to time. He went down and she went down. Helen went to the House and retrieved the bottle and the receipt for the tylenol which had been purchased by Adam Janice earlier that morning. She emptied the bottle and found six pills missing. It's got to be the TYLENOL. Helen told the investigators. Something's wrong. With tylenol.

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03:43 min | 1 year ago

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"Percent of mountain city. And this girl now I do know in passing but she is a good girl girl and was brought up right. You can tell everything is you're welcome and hello and thank you. And she is just a sweet girl. I will be praying for a a message directed at Billie Jean said. Fuck you and bill and your fucking so-called little baby fuck them. I hope they di Di di throughout a six day trial. The prosecution made the case. That general friend did everyone. She bullied including the murder victims on facebook and then accused them all of harassing and stalking her and that she and Barbara pushed. Daniel's father and boyfriend to kill when Christie groover hoover another daughter of Barbara and buddy took the stand. She testified that she did not have a good relationship with her family especially her mom she also said said while she tried to maintain a good relationship with general. Her sister made that difficult to now has trouble differentiating between jokes and reality. She said giving the example of a time now claimed she had untreatable cancer. Janelle had been coddled by their parents. Her entire life's at Christie and and she knew how to manipulate them. The defense tried to show that nells Bo Jamie could have type the emails in question. A neuropsychologist colleges testified that generic functions intellectually at a fourth grade level so how could should be competent enough to hack computers or know what she was typing in the end both journal and Barbara were found guilty of conspiracy to commit murder. Additionally Barbara was found guilty of tampering with evidence for tearing photos of the murder victims in front of police both women continued to deny any involvement in the murders after the verdict was read loved. Guan's of Billy Payne and Billie Jean Hayworth hugged and cried. It was like tons lifted off of me Beverly Garland. Billy's mom told Johnson cities W J H al TV it was just like you're sitting there on pins and needles but finally justice for Billy and Billy Jean. It's just like we can breathe now cat. Fishing doesn't usually lead to the slaying of innocent people but it does bring harm to countless people. An estimated the eighty three million facebook accounts are fake and nearly thirty percent of people have been harassed or made to feel uncomfortable by people assuming false identities experts cite boredom loneliness and revenge as common reasons and like many catfish have a history of compulsive lying and low self self esteem for the families of Billy Payne and Billie Jean Hayworth. These issues go far beyond statistics. They are life or death. Breath matters that stole their beloved kin. Billie Jean is remembered for her love of the outdoors. A good bargain and spending time with little tyler. Dr Billy was an avid coin. Collector who shared genes penchant for flea. Markets both attended church and cherish to their families the year following their murders in obituary for billy's father Pablo ran into local paper. It said he died of a broken heart and this has been murder minute for true crime anytime. Download the murder minute APP or follow us on Instagram at murder minute..

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09:46 min | 1 year ago

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"City with her family. Seven years prior and her take on the area makes the friendly hometown. Welcome sign seem like a farce people. Here do not like outsiders. She told twenty twenty twenty and two thousand fifteen chronic health problems including type one diabetes and anxiety issues led her to spend most of her time at home with restrict parents. And although like billy she was in her early thirties emotionally. She seemed a lot younger. Her facebook profile was full of photos of puppies and hearts with a bio that read. I'm a very sweet caring person for denial. Social Media. Media was more than an occasional pastime. facebook allowed her to feel connected to people outside of her family. She was even known to try to hug. Acquaintances insist strangers who were taken aback by gesture. Shortly after they would discover that she had sent them a facebook friend request when journals. Dad known known as buddy mentioned yet another one of these instances to a sheriff in passing the deputy suggested he do away with computer. But that computer buddy buddy said was all his daughter had in two thousand nine. How finally began making in real life friends with some of the locals including billy? Billy that may have been the beginning of her obsession with Billy Attorney Brooks told the sun he included her in social occasions like going rock climbing coming just hanging out to someone like do now. who leads such a boring sheltered life? That must've seemed like something special. Pharmacy Clark Tracey Tracy. Greenwell befriended do now too. She and her friends felt sorry for now. She said given how sheltered and six she often was tracy he introduced to. Now to billy's cousin. Jamie heard a romance blossomed which generic kept secret from her parents. But many have speculated that genetic also also had a crush on billy the next year when billy started dating Billie Jean. Jean Auel accused the Free Group of cyber bullying an unfriendly her on facebook. She told her parents that they bombarded her. With threats of violence bothered her with prank phone calls and drove past their home just to frighten her as for why they turned on her donell stated that she was simply too pretty Billie Billie Jean and their friends insisted at the opposite had been happening that donell was harassing them. The day after the murders Janelle her parents denied knowing anything about what happened. Denounce Boyfriend Jamie said. He was clueless to at the police station. After failing a lie detector test he asked investigators episode question. Shen is the here. Why in the world would this have anything to do? With this case footage from the police interview shows Jamie slumped into a black office chair and the Deputies Office. He's wearing a baseball cap and sunglasses. Even though it was after ten pm him and he just looks uncomfortable. And one point A. W. Leans towards him and says I'll tell you what's going to make you feel better when you tell us the truth. He then asked Jamie flat out who shot him he did he who buddy. Yes Jamie had just accused Gino's father a former marine who is getting up in years and relied on an oxygen tank to breathe normally. He then agrees to help. Detectives catch the man. He Calls Buddy with a recorder running and says to him while they're pointing fingers. He got rid of everything that was from bills. Didn't you yes buddy confirms. He had which was enough for officers to arrest the man in the middle of the night given buddies reputation for being gun loving and gun toting. Police took extra precautions when they approached the home. Good thing they did because as the approached but he reached behind his back for gun they were able to arrest him though and questioned him at length a cold blooded killer or protector of your family in officer prompted him. Which one are you? I'm a protector of my family to start with you replied but I did not do this. Then the detective told Buddy he knew he was sick and tired of people attacking and harassing his daughter. This approach sympathizing with the man started working but he spoke of threats on his life and his wife's since the bullying started visibly shaken and fighting tears. He added when you hear are people plotting to catch your daughter in a restroom and murder her. They want to rape her because she's a virgin. Several hours into the questioning body was full on crying. One of the officers asked whether his wife Barbara and Nell knew what he had done. No no he replied. That wasn't exactly a confession but it was close. So the officers. Let him call Barbara. Once she answered Buddy said before you find out from somebody else I want you to know I was involved in it. I did it some of it later in an interview with ABC ABC News Barbara detailed issues. She had with that confession. He was without oxygen and pressed for hours. She said which could have led him to make false statements. He didn't mean when investigators searched the potter home. They found an estimated sixty firearms as well as knives placed throughout the rooms but he even had an ammunition belt hanging over his oxygen tank in the living room. They found images of billy and and Billie Jean photos that had been posted on facebook on one. The Word Bitch was written not only that but the photos all appear appear to have been ripped in half like those stalking victim in a lifetime. Movie detective sees a range of items from the house including the photos does a computer and buddies truck which held garbage bags full of shredded documents. One of the investigators took on the tedious task of taping. Those shreds of paper back together forming over one hundred pages of emails between Barbara. And someone called Chris. WHO warned that billy and Billie Jean had been plotting to kill their daughter and this Chris Person He supposedly worked for the CIA based on the IP address? Those e mails didn't come from faraway office but from the Potter's home computer. The stomping ground of most of genetic interactions had the seemingly naive woman with limited social skills catfish her own parents like many catfish ploys. The email conversations station started out. Pretty Benign. Chris I emailed Barbara around the time. Billy and Billy Jean announced their engagement claiming to be an old friend of canals. Who wanted to look out for her? Gradually the messages grew so frequent. That Barbara forged a friendship with a persona. They share the details about their daily lives and families Barbara even started calling him son and signing her mom as the tension between Billy Lee. And Billy Jean heightened. Chris claimed that Billy dealt drugs and that Billie Jean and her friends were quote. No good horse. He claims if they wanted to rape now because she was a virgin and cut off her head and that they had to be stopped at all costs in one of her responses responses Barbara Roach. We've had enough. No one wants to kill anyone but we will journal cell phone records revealed more telling information mation not only did. She seem aware of her father. And boyfriends plans to kill billy and Billy Jean but she stood by while it happened acting as a go-between go between for the men around four. Am on the day of the murders. She texted Jamie yes. He's leaving now. I can hear the car then. I love you text expert ace APP when you get back shortly. After the young parents met their brutal deaths in August two thousand thirteen and police arrested John and Barbara. A few months later body was found guilty of the murders and given two life sentences for testifying vying against him. Jamie received a lesser sentence of twenty five years in prison. Prosecutors next task was more difficult convicting the mother and daughter of first degree murder even though they weren't present at the scene states arguments hinged on email records and Chris's identity their investigation instigation led to a police officer named Chris who had gone to school with Gino. The man had only vague memories of her but he obviously made an impact she even stole stole his facebook profile photo to pair with the CIA persona. In addition to those damning e mails investigators. Found Post Journal seemed to have written written under pseudonyms on an online forum called topics many were shared by the state at the trial. Including these excerpts. I know Billie Jean. That bitch has lived with more guys and had sex with eighty.

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07:14 min | 1 year ago

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"Do you hear that sound. That's the sound of your new favourite game. True crime is my passion but sometimes even I need a break from all the court transcripts and autopsy reports so when I feel like I need a mental pallet L. The cleanser I play best feet best fiends engages my brain with challenging and fun Puzzle Games and Beautifully Animated adorable characters. The game is simple. The good guys are the bugs. The bad guys are the slugs complete the puzzles to defeat the slugs and unlock new fields like Tantrum the Dung Beetle Edward. The mosquito gene the centipede and my new favorite pop. The acts a lot. I've just left the frozen hills and traveling with my ten feeds through the endless endless desert collecting treasure and rescuing new fiends and with new monthly updates and over three thousand levels. I know the journey will never get old. Wrote and best teams doesn't require an Internet connection so whether I'm in the car on the plane procrastinating or trying to shake off those crime scene photos I just looked at best. Fiends is my must play. The APP is free to download so join me gene tantrum trauma and the other fiends to find out why this addictive five-star puzzle APP has over a hundred million downloads. Join the adventure today. Download best fiends free on the apple APP store or Google play. That's friends without the our best feeds. Welcome back to murder minutes next the perplexing facebook murder case by the beginning of two thousand twelve. Billy clay pain and Billie Jean Hayworth seemed happy hopeful and in love the the mountain city couple who shared the same first name except for the spelling seemed to be enjoying one of the best new chapters of their lives but on January thirty first it all came crashing down when they were murdered in their home located in the northeast corner of Tennessee. Mountain city. Epitomizes mize's common notions of quaint small towns. Even the sign welcoming visitors reads a friendly hometown. Most everyone knows one. Another and serious crimes are virtually unheard of or at least they were before January thirty first two thousand twelve. The city's crime in general fell two point four times below the national average in two thousand eighteen in the largely Christian community. Nearly every homeboys us religious decor crosses paintings of Jesus cross-stitched Bible versus framed on walls and pillows and when someone dies loved ones and locals say they went home to be. With the Lord Billie Billie Jean met at the thread producing factory. Parkdale mills one of mountain in cities only plants billy than in. His early Thirties started working at the factory after finishing high school and never stopped like many of his peers here. He enjoyed dancing listening to music singing karaoke and occasionally popping prescription pain pills over time that have it became a serious opiate dependency. He sought treatment for Billie Jean known. Simply as billy too many began working for the plants cleaning department in two thousand nine nine newly into her twenties the conventionally pretty young woman who loved fishing hiking and thrift store shopping swiftly captured. Billy's attention soon. The attraction seemed mutual before long. The romance you're serious and Billie Jean moved in with billy they he lived with his dad. Billy ray pain senior best known as Possibl who owned the home. Less than two years later Billie Jean gave birth to a baby boy named Tyler welcoming the role of devoted father. Billy cut back on partying in his book too pretty to live the cat fishing. Murders of East Tennessee. Carter County Assistant district. Attorney Denis Brooks described the couple's final hours based on Pablo recollections that morning Pablo woke up readied himself for work and found Billie Jean the kitchen preparing a bottle for tyler. She asked him about his arm which she knew had been hurting after a brief conversation. Bill for work later that morning. According according to court records Roy Stevens a family friend who sometimes stayed at the home stop by to pick up his mail noticing. Billy and billy jeans cars ars still parked out front. He knocked on the front door. No one answered so he let himself in through an unlocked sliding door. He called for his friends but no one answered. Hearing into the bedroom. He discovered a shocking crime scene. Billy was lying on his back on the bed. Motionless and surrounded by blood. Roy Approached touched. Billy's arm and shook him then he quote backed up and said no no no realizing he was dead. He rushed out his car to prompt his wife Linda to call nine one trained in CPR. Menda hope to resuscitate billy but she found his body already stiff and cold when she searched for his pulse. She found that his throat had been slashed. Royden heard sounds coming from the second bedroom. There he discovered Billie Jean lifeless lifeless on the floor with a gunshot wound in her head. Still in her arms was seven months. Old Tyler alive. His mother's blood laddis feared like tragic warpaint on his forehead. News of the horrific murderers stunned the county and beyond for days regional news networks covered little house a professional photo of the young couple looking proud loving happy tyler smiling on Billie Jean Slap Yep will no doubt stay etched in the communities memory the following week New York Daily News released an article with the headline Tennessee. Hennessy father murderers couple after pair had deleted his adult daughter as a friend on facebook. Authorities say but as is usually the case of burns. It was a lot more complicated than that the day after the crime investigators interviewed a woman named Janelle Potter. Rumor had it that she had been involved in an online feud with the deceased couple had moved to mountain.

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04:43 min | 1 year ago

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"Welcome to murder minute today. The story of the so-called facebook murderers but I I your true crime headlines a sixty year old Florida man has been arrested and charged with a decades old cold old case rape and law enforcement officials believed that he may be responsible for dozens. More Robert Eugene Koehler was arrested at his home in Palm Hambo Florida and charged with two counts of armed sexual battery for an attack which occurred three days after Christmas in one thousand nine hundred eighty three in in that incident color allegedly entered a woman's home stabbed her in the abdomen and raped her repeatedly. The woman survived. The attack and DNA sample was collected for the victim earlier this year. Investigators were finally able to match that DNA to suspect nearly forty years. After the crime police were able to identify their suspect after colors. Twenty nine year old son was arrested last year for an unrelated domestic violence incidents during that arrest police took a sample of the sons DNA and was entered into the FBI National DNA database that database return to match to a close relative in the unsolved pillowcase rapist crimes a series of rapes that terrorized south Florida in the nineteen eighties. Police were notified of the match and began surveillance on Robert Eugene Colour following him to a public place and collecting his DNA from items that he had touched caller. A registered sex offender was living in the Miami area at the time of the attacks and prosecutors now confirmed that his DNA is a match in twenty five rape cases. Authorities searched colors home after his arrest and found what they described as a dungeon in progress being constructed at residence as well as numerous safes containing women's jewelry and other souvenirs from his attacks. Colour pleaded not guilty. Not In an initial court hearing and is being held without bond in Miami Dade County. Additional charges are expected a sixteen year old boy in Utah is charged with four counts of murder and one count of attempted murder in the slaying of his mother and siblings in charging documents. Prosecutors laid out the details of the crimes which occurred at the family's home on January seventeenth of this year Sixteen Sixteen Year Old Colin Jeffery. Cj Haney stayed home from school that day and shot each member of his family as they returned home the first murders occurred around and one pm when Hanes mother and twelve year. Old sister were gunned down as they walked inside the house. An hour later his fifteen year old sister it was shot in the head and neck as she returned home a few hours after that at five seventeen PM fourteen year old Matthew Haney Arrive Tom and was shot execution style by his brother. Finally at six fifteen pm his father call and Haney was shot shot in the leg and then struggled with his son and eventually gained control of the gun C.. J. Haney went with his father to the hospital where he was arrested and charged. He has not cooperated with police and his father has not yet spoken with prosecutors. Police are still examining the crime scene and and do electron devices in an attempt to determine a motive. Cj Hanney has been charged as an adult and could face life in prison without possibility the F. Parole if he is convicted NYPD officer and his fiancee have been charged with murder for the death of the man's child. Eight year old. Thomas Velva was pronounced dead by medics after the couple claimed he had fallen in the driveway and injured his head and face. However the boy's injuries were not consistent with a fall and it was determined that hypothermia was a major factor in the death? It is believed that the child had been made to sleep in a cold garage overnight. Potentially as punishment this arrest comes after several child. Protective Service complaints have been levied against the couple. There seems to have been a long history of neglect and abuse within the home. And they're CPS case file is currently under audit got it. The officer has been suspended without pay until the issue is resolved and the couple is pleading not guilty..

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05:19 min | 1 year ago

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"With a particular disorder. Some necrophiles have been diagnosed with conduct disorder and antisocial social personality disorder on neither one justifies violence. They might help. Explain dixies lack of empathy or remorse. People with anti-social personality disorder also called socio apathy often violate the law. They lie act impulsively and have problems with alcohol and on drugs if our when they harm others they feel virtually nothing except satisfaction as long as it helps them get their way. The trial trial also meant that to victims of dixies. Earlier crimes would have to relive the brutality. He had imposed on them. The man's checkered past included -cluded conviction for robbery during which he mugged a woman at knifepoint and indecent exposure to salts for which he was sentenced to two years of probation he was also deported in one thousand nine hundred nine after being convicted of assault and later accused of masturbating in front of a woman in a phone booth the day Af Sally Ann's murder. dixie stayed overnight at a friend's home near her apartment during the day leading up to the murder. He celebrated his thirty Fifth Birthday. Stay down in copious amounts of drugs and booze. It's believes that. He attacked a woman motorists in the area about forty minutes before he killed her. Then just after four fifteen. Am neighbors heard those screams. Prosecutors alleged that Dixie hid near her apartment watching and waiting leading like an animal prepared pounds while she and Lewis argued then didn't hesitate to make his move the jury consisting of seven women and and five men found Dixie guilty of all charges his punishment would be life in prison with a minimum of thirty four served years during the sentencing. The judge said to the killer no words of mine about what you have done can remotely match the ones you've heard today from Mrs Bowman I I shall only say that what you did. That night was so awful and repulsive that I do not propose to repeat it. Your consequent conduct shows you had not the slightest remorse. Moore's for what you had done nearly nine years later in January of two thousand fifteen. dixie wrote a letter to the police stating that she wanted to tell how the truth nearly nine years later in January of two thousand fifteen. dixie wrote a letter to police stating that he wanted to tell the truth truth about what happened to San. He ended up confessing to two more attacks too including severe sexual assault when he was just sixteen gene. The wrong man Ramana vander dozen had been charged with an imprisoned for those crimes. No outsiders can know whether he confessed because he wanted credit or if deep inside he had some amount of remorse after all skeptics and psychoanalyst's might assume that earlier regardless if detectives had caught him back then sally-anne might still be alive dixies three page letter detailing his added crimes was as used by Romano's lawyer for an appeal. Sally Ann's MOMS supported his appeal and Romano Center message of gratitude. In two thousand fourteen fourteen. She told mail online. She was absolutely appalled that her daughter's life could have been saved with greater diligence for authorities. And that quote an innocent man. Ed spent eleven years of sixteen year sentence in prison for a crime. He did not do. After the verdict of Sally Ann's murder trial was read her her father. Paul Bowman spoke on the family's behalf. The last two and a half years have been tortuously painful. An immensely difficult he said. I do not think we could have gone through it without the love and support that has been hugely available from family and friends. I hope that now sally-anne can rest in peace and those affected so deeply by untimely and brutal death can be afforded at least a chance to begin to grieve in earnest and he shared an emotional a message for his daughter. Sally-anne you may have been taken from us but rest assured you will forever be missed a never forgotten in the words of the song your heart will go on outside the courtroom. Sally Ann's mother. Linda spoke about immense pain in her heart and said in her life seemed to end with her daughters. All she wanted was to hold her again to smell her perfume and say to her everything. She never had a chance to as they drove away. She played a recording sally-anne singing the celine dion song. She had the singing voice of an angel and decide which it's very fitting now. This has been murder minutes for true crime anytime. Download the murder minute APP or follow us on Instagram at murder. Minute for exclusive content intent and early access find the show on Himalayas..

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09:45 min | 1 year ago

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"A twenty a year old South Carolina. Man was shot and killed while attempting to protect his mother. During a domestic dispute. Police were called to the home in the city of Anderson South Carolina China near one A.. M. When they arrived they found twenty year old. Landis cosby with gunshot wound to his chest police and ems tried to revive the a young man on the scene but their efforts were unsuccessful. Police say that four people in the home witnessed the shooting including a six-year-old child. His mother's boyfriend forty year old Rashard Smith was arrested and charged with murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime. He's being held without bond as he awaits his first court appearance. Those were your true crime headlines The next step the murder of sally and Bowmen but first a quick break. Welcome back to murder the minute today. The Story Sally and Bowman's murder Sally on Bowman was living the dream of many young women by her eighteenth birthday way she'd attended Brit school ever stages British Performing Arts and Technology Institute in Croydon England. The same school amy Wine House and Katie Malloch attended the youngest of four girls. She fit the baby of the family. archetype asserted by psychologists pretty well. She was highly social social confidence creative and keen on being the center of attention. She loved dancing singing and entertaining supporting these passions. With part time work work as a hairdresser and barmaid she was also an up and coming model having become the face of swatch watches and drawing comparisons to supermodel title Kate Moss for the entertainment industry. It seems she had it all talents. Glamorous looks drive and that it factor that can really make a career. sally-anne would have loved to hit the big time and many believed. She was well on her way instead. Her bright light went out forever. You're on September twenty fifth two thousand five the evening before less than two weeks. After her eighteenth birthday she was eager to take her a passport out for the first time to prove age and legally buy a drink years later her mother. Linda told the sun that she remembers that night. As though it were yesterday your day. sally-anne sat eating chips. She said wearing a pink gown and slippers and asked her sister Danielle for a ride to a club in Croydon before they left. Salient stood in the doorway looking back she said thanks for having me here. Mom You don't have to think me I'm your mother. Linda replied sally-anne reached the front sidewalk. She called back to her mom that she loved her. That almost seems like a for telling scene from a movie. Now the kind of makes you wonder if two characters we'll see each other again. Linda told her daughter she loved her too and reminded her to call home. Should she need a ride later. She would wait and wait for that. Call after leaving her mom's House Sally and spent the next few hours clubbing with friends. Threatens at one point meeting up with another one of her sisters Nicole sometime after midnight. She called her boyfriend of two years. Lewis SPROXTON and who was out with friends to. She asked him to pick her up and drive her to her place something. He was far from pleased with the couple. Had A history spats and repeated breakup and make-up's not an uncommon pattern teenage romances. That night they leaned. Toward the break-up upside Lewis did as she requested though leaving his friends to pick her up all the way to Sally Ann's apartment they argued. They were both jealous of the other and suspected infidelities parked outside the building. The fight carried on for close to ours once they had both both had enough she stepped out of the car and stormed off twitter. Place Louis sped away minutes later. Someone grabs sally-anne and plunged a knife into her body. Neighbors heard screams but chuck them up to a common dispute or sounds from. Fox's that were prevalent in that area at night. They looked out their windows. Noting nothing suspicious but the attack was far from over. The man kept on stabbing an biting the young woman before raping her lifeless body several hours later just after dawn. A passer-by spotted her remains and called for help. Police arrived to a scene so horrific they decided to take polaroid's to show neighbors for identification purposes rather than having them look at the scene straight on without hesitation neighbors named the slain woman as Sally. Anne Bowman the aspiring model and singer. The daughter sister and friend soon after Linda Bowman opened her front door to find police. Officer Stuart Cundy standing on her steps. Did she have a daughter named sally-anne her I thought was. What have they done now? She later told Scottish TV presenter. Christine uh she knew sally-anne had been out having fun with our POWs and sisters if only it were a matter of simple mischief. Cundy didn't waste any Time staying true to his commitment to be front and transparent with loved ones of the deceased their daughter had been stabbed to death. Authorities described the knife attack is controlled but frenzied and one that created some of the most awful defense wounds. They had seen all made worse by the horrific indignities of postmortem rape the patch of sidewalk were sally-anne took her last breaths soon filled with flowers including a wreath from her grandmother. Other olive with a note that read for our beautiful granddaughter. She will always be in our hearts once. The investigation began. Sally Ann's family only made a public appeal for help in solving the case leads poured in providing detectives with fifty names and one hundred fifty phone calls with tips to consider. TV footage. showed the young model chatting with friends at a bar a few hours before the attack which was estimated to have occurred between four fifteen for twenty that morning just after her boyfriend Lewis sped away as is typical with murder cases. Romantic partners are often a suspect. And and the first to be questioned. There's even a term for the murder of a girlfriend or wife exor aside and a US Department of Justice Studies show that eighty. Three three percent of spouse murderers are men. When police approached Louis the day after the murder he assumed it had to do with the argument? He and Sally Ann had the previous night. It wouldn't have been the first time. Authorities were made aware of their bickering but was his jealousy a motive absolutely not according according to him through four straight days of questioning Lewis never shifted from his claim that he had nothing to do with the attack. The relationship Asian. She wasn't perfect. He said but they cared about each other deeply. After a quarrel. He expected that they would soon things and carry on as usual. When DNA analysis showed that the semen discovered in Salomon's body belong to someone other than Lewis he was removed as a suspect from there? The case went cold for nine months. Sally Ann's Family Having to not only grieve but wonder who had been responsible for the murder aware that that the killer remained free living his life while they're beloved was stolen then on June fifteenth. Two thousand six a thirty six year old man. The Mark Dixie got into a brawl after watching England play in the World Cup on TV at a pub by this time taking DNA samples for minor offenses was standard as police questioned. dixie about the bar fights. The man broke into tears which seemed odd until his DNA sample came up as a perfect match with a sample salience case. He was promptly arrested and charged with her rape and murder his coworkers at pub where he worked as a chef were stunned to hear his crimes and sadistic history. According to the Sun Dixie had three children and girlfriend who described him as the life of the Party when he was taking drugs but dramatic mood swings often followed. Because dixie refused to admit to the murder. Sally Ann's family had to endure trial hearing painstaking details of the assault. dixie ended up admitting to and detailing how he had raped Sally Ann's corpse corpse which prompted her mother to flee the courtroom tears. He also fantasized about a sex killing earlier on and masturbated over newspaper images of sally-anne. Uh He filmed this act and the video was used as evidence against him. If only someone had found that film learned his obsessions sooner. It's difficult to say whether Dixie felt compelled to murder the young woman or if he killed primarily to feed his perceived need to have sex with corpses. which would be considered? Did Philip homicide while. NECROPHILIA is associated.

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09:52 min | 1 year ago

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"Talked about participating in the crime. Private after twenty eight hours of questioning thing. They had a confession and they didn't hesitate in using it. The following week top was charged with rape use of deadly weapon in the Commission of a felony and first degree murder taps. Trial began in May of one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. Nearly two years after Angie's murder his attorney tried to suppress the confession which was filmed along with all of his interviews by the argument that it had been coerced. The the judge determined that most of his statements could be used against him and those tapes became the focal point of much of the trial. The first time police interview tap they saw hobbs as the suspect. According to former reporter cannot Berg who now writes and conducts research for the National Shnell Registry of exonerations at that time investigators wanted tapped implicate. Hobbs they lied to tap stating that Hobbes had already already placed tap at the scene of the crime. They claim that they could help tap. If only he would cooperate. He would if he could tap told them describing himself itself as just a scared little man and swearing that he didn't know anything about the rape or murder as he interviews carried on pressure on tap hap- mounted until finally he offered the part about helping hobbs attack. Angie basically out of self defense. He said he was forced to slash her right breast. I as the questioning morphed into a pressure fueled interrogation according to tax defense the claims investigators made to him grew more extreme team turning into life or death decisions. They told him that he could face the death penalty and that if he couldn't recall what he'd done it was because he had repressed oppressed those traumatic memories during the trial. One of the police officers testified the top described Angie's clothing at the time of her murder. which which could implicated him but examination of the tapes and polygraph results later showed the tap never mentioned her clothes until after he had been shown on crime scene photos early on prosecutors offered typically deal seeming unaware of some of the exchanges between him him and police they believed was lying to string them along so they rescinded that deal? His confession was played for the jury and even though they lacked. DNA evidence connecting acting him to the scene. He was convicted. Carol Dodge Glare tap as the judge read his sentence thirty years to life in prison prison for the rape and murder given that the man who sperm was found on her daughters brutalized body hadn't been identified. Carol new new full justice hadn't been done another man had to be involved not just tap in an interview with dateline in August. Two thousand twelve. She said the anger just surged through me. And that's when I went to the streets and I literally put sixty thousand miles on my truck searching for her killer and she wasn't driving only through safe neighborhoods or at broad daylight at one point. Someone put a gun to her head as she comes. The streets treats new leads cropped up but didn't lead to anything. Substantial Carol would often end up. Parked outside of Angie's old apartment building caught up in what she described as an all out obsession. She wouldn't rest until the man or another man who helped take Angie's life was found. She poured cord over police reports until they were virtually etched in her memory barely sleeping between her searches. One of those reports included a phrase that stood out to her something about pubic hairs. Not just blood found on Angie's body. It sounded like something that could help from DNA standpoint. So she reached out the expert Dr Greg. MP Kin who happened to live in Idaho hemp eakin also a fruit fly. Geneticist and college professor became involved in the criminal. The justice world in the early two thousands when he was asked to test DNA that ended up helping innocent man be freed Georgia Prison Hem peaky and has since stayed involved in such work even helping free. Amanda Knox the US College Student Who is wrongly imprisoned Italy and Founding Idaho's Innocence Project Act when he heard message urging him to help her find out what happened to her daughter. He phoned her back immediately. Carol all told him about the pubic hairs. Then called. Idaho Falls Police Department learning that the hairs have been stored in evidence untested for years. The hairs were sent off for testing. The results showed they didn't match. Angie or tap no physical evidence connected anyone to the murder except for the sperm firm and those hairs which belonged to the same person one killer tap. She believed had to be innocent now. Carol felt felt. She had to do something she had not yet done. Watch all the interview tapes beyond his confession as she did not only did she perceived Steve Manipulation as an officer Prada tapped to consider hypothetically committing the murder and eventually guiding him to confess but she noticed that he could not identify other details details such as the building. Angie lived in a corner building. That would be difficult to forget. Detectives kept correcting him. She observed rather than making way for honest two answers so carol decided not only to fight harder to find her daughter's killer but to help free innocent man. This was striking considering that Carol previously wanted tap to receive the death penalty meanwhile the officer largely responsible for putting tap behind bars. Ars remained certain he had the right man. Furthering her efforts Carol contacted. Stephen Risen a well known expert in false confessions sends and a law professor at Northwestern University in two thousand ten driven co authored. A paper entitled the three Errors Pathways ways to false confession and wrongful conviction. The report analyzed three mistakes that take place in every false confession first. Investigators instigators have to miss classify. An innocent person is guilty so classify someone like tap as a murderer second they have to subject them to quote guilt presumptive active accusatory interrogation that invariably involves lies about evidence and often the repeated use of implicit and explicit promises and threats. Let's so for example telling tap that they could prove he was guilty. He'd probably repressed it and he may as well try to escape capital punishment. Then once wants the interviewers have elicited a false admission they pressure the person to provide opposed admission narrative that shaped together often supplying innocent suspect backed with the facts both public and non public of the crime. That sounds a lot like the frequent corrections officers made that Carol noticed and taps interviews news by analyzing these steps the author's hope to help minimize false confessions from leading to wrongful convictions. This is pretty big considering saying that the innocence project found that out of one hundred thirty people who exonerated based on DNA evidence after being convicted of murder eighty one of them over sixty exte- percent falsely confessed. As of two thousand eighteen driven agreed to look into antidote as murder and taps confession free of charge. Drizzly agreed to look into the Angie Dodge murder case and taps confession free of charge in a report published in two thousand fourteen cortines. He concluded that the confession was indeed coerced produced through pressure and deceit and enhanced by the officers who supply tap with information to lend and credibility to statements. He helped bring in the innocence project of New York to work on the case along with the Idaho. Innocence Project and judges for justice just to secure taps released from prison. Not only was it confession. False emotion filed by taps attorneys argued. But it didn't make sense with the evidence. Silence taps that are murder happened at the time when Andrew was out with her friends for example when in reality she was later after being asleep for some time in March two thousand seventeen taps rape conviction was vacated and his murder conviction sentence was reduced to time served. Thanks to Carol Dodge odd and the team she pulled together. He was released from prison. So who had killed Angie Dodge a couple of years prior to taps release these detectives searched ancestry dot com for DNA that might be connected to the case and they gotta hit a close enough match for someone. They believed to be related to the attacker. After securing a search warrant. They learned the man's identity. Michael UH three. His son also stone-age Michael assery quickly became a suspect. The name Mike had come up in interviews with tap as someone he thought might have been involved and as the team researched. Michael US three. He seemed suspicious. He had social media connections and Idaho falls and had created a grisly short film called murder. Delia the film centered on a convict. Who Stabbed to death? Not Unlike Angie Slang.

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10:13 min | 1 year ago

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"Levels and events so so it never gets old whether I'm in the car on the plane. Procrastinating or trying to shake off a bad day best fiends is my must play download the game and joined the adventure today get best Phoenix now. That's friends without the our best feeds. Welcome back to murder minutes today. You'll hear the story of the murder of eight nurses in in Chicago in one thousand nine hundred sixty six. Many of the nursing students at South Chicago Community Hospital considered one another family after a horrific night. Eight of the student nurses would be bound together forever not only friends but his victims and what would be considered Chicago's worst crime of the century. Melito Gargo grew up in the Philippines as the oldest of nine kids. That may be one reason. Caring for others nurse came so naturally to her. She was excited to be accepted as an exchange registered nurse at the Community Hospital Hospital in Chicago South side on the plane ride there. She a fellow nurse Valentina Pacione who she would be working with. It seemed meant to be the two young women became fast friends and lived along with other nurses. They grew close to in a two story townhouse townhouse in walking distance of the hospital. It was sort of like a dormitory there. They met another Filipina nurse Corps Zone on Moreau. Who went by the name Cora and other nurses from the US including Meena Joe Schmo Maryanne Jordan? Pamela Wilkin Gloria Jean. Davy and Patricia Matuzek also known as Pat a photo published in the Chicago Tribune in two thousand sixteen show show the women huddled together laughing as though at an inside joke as they posed with a school of nursing flag. They all have short dark work. Well coiffed hair skirts or dresses that stopped just above their knees and bright smiles the caption beneath the photo reads joy away for life another image above the words all dressed up shows the nurses out of uniform ready for a night on the town they look stylish in that nineteen sixties way with their lips topped with shades of Red Lipstick. It's difficult to fathom that all but one of these women who loved each other and caring for their patients would survive beyond their mid twenties on July Thirteenth Eighteenth Nineteen ninety-six Chicago was already making national headlines because of the so-called riots which broke out after police arrested a black man named William Young for armed robbery young. I tried to evade arrest running through the streets yelling that police were trying to kill him around. Two hundred people gathered and started demanding his release. The public outrage started on July twelfth becoming violence and would last for several days before armed guards calmed things down one day into the riots at South Chicago Community Hospital. Silence of another kind erupted but this time there were no protesters or authorities here by to help early. The next morning a shrill please sounded from a window of the townhouse where the young nurses lived. It was the voice of Cora one of the three nurses from the Philippines. They are all dead. They're all dead. I'm the only one alive. She called out for a good twenty minutes before a man walking his dog took notice and contacted. The police. Chicago officers rushed to the scene to find the lifeless bodies of eight young women all ages. Twenty to twenty four in the home based on statements from Cora who had survived by hiding under a bed head and evidence at the scene. Here's what happened. A man in his early to mid twenties broke into the townhouse around eleven the previous night confronting six women who live there using torn up sheets from the beds. She tied them up promising he would only rob them while this was happening. Another nurse returned home. He tied her up to and very quickly. He broke his vow to stop at looting. The place the man assaulted and killed three of the women raping at least one of them then. He moved the remaining hostages to other rooms killing each of them in a different part of the home. The killer eight bound Cora too but as he was moving around the house attacking her housemates she was able to roll herself under the bed. She stayed there trembling and trying to stay silent until shortly before dawn when she was sure. Sure no signs of the man lingered then she moved out from under the bed and broke herself free at that point she must have held out. Hope hope at least some of her housemates still alive but walking from room to room the horror shock and devastation deepened as she found all all eight of her friends bodies it seems they like one woman she had witnessed had died nearly instantly. Soon after the Cook County Coroner's report stated that each young woman had been either stabbed to death strangled to death or both in that report. The coroner called the ordeal quote the crime of the century for the next three days. The killer was on the loose no one knew his name or exactly who they were searching for. Thanks to the witness accounts from Cora however they did have something powerful a detailed physical physical description of the man including distinct characteristics. She said he was a tall white male with hawked skin tattoo that read born to raise hell. The killer must have known he would be caught soon because several days after the massacre he slit his wrists in in a ninety cent per night hotel according to NBC Chicago reports rather than bleed out his death he sought emergency medical care at Cook County Hospital near midnight on July seventeenth. Dr Larry Smith a twenty five year olds. Surgical resident had just to read the description of the case of prime suspect in the newspaper when he arrived. Treat him as Dr Smith washed away. Blood from the man's arm he spotted added the tattooed words on his skin born to raise hell he quickly let fellow staff know that the patient could well be a mass murderer. Once alerted authorities rushed to the hospital and arrested the suspect a twenty four year old drifter named Richard Speck aspects of the trial trial which turned out to be nearly as complex as the murderers were heinous. William J Martin a twenty eight year old Loyola law school graduate was given the task. ASK PROSECUTING SPEC ONE OF CHICAGO'S MOST experienced public defenders fifty-three-year-old Gerald F getty would defend him. Both sides were concerned about press coverage. Potentially tainting matters national papers had sensationalized. The story before SPEC was even arrested with headlined blinds like slaying suspect man on the run featuring his likeness. The prosecutor feared that a major magazine would persuade wade the surviving witness Cora to share her story for a fee money. That could be life changing for her modest income family in the Philippines if her story came out before the trial start. How would they find impartial? Jurors worst case if they couldn't find any it could be argued that a fair trial was impossible. Will inspect could be let go so prosecutors headquartered in Chicago hotels and then apartment keeping her and her kin under round the clock protection and giving them assumed names until the trial getty the defending attorney worried. That publicity would make holding the trial locally in Cook County work against his client case was the talk of the town and everyone seems to want someone to be held accountable stat so even though no criminal criminal trial had ever moved because of a media frenzy before he filed a motion to do just that everyone was surprised according to the Illinois Bar Journal when the prosecution didn't object to move and the trial was relocated one hundred and fifty miles southwest to Peoria with a trial date set for February of the following year. Another interesting challenge involved the newly instilled Miranda warning which you might know as Miranda rights barely a month before the murder of the nurses the Supreme Court overturned the conviction of Ernnesto Miranda for the rape of a teenage girl because it was largely usually based on Miranda's confession in jail just after his arrest. The court ruled that a suspect has to be advised of their right to remain silent and to an attorney or it would violate their Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination. That's why to this day. Suspects have to be Miranda's D- Since it was a brand new requirement then police officers and attorneys across the US were adapting to its practice to protect their case against inspect that summer.

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"Suffered unimaginable loss and we ask for the time and space to grieve privately at his trial in two thousand eighteen winter faced more than twenty charges including kidnapping an arson and first degree murder news anchor and journalist Melanie who sat in the courtroom said winch seemed at ease he's and even appeared to smile as he strolled in on opening day. His defense team alleged that his younger brothers Durrell and Stefan where are the real killers and content into going to the Savalas home the day of the murders and that Jordan Wallace. Sa's assistant who brought the ransom to the house may may have been involved. Prosecutors called these claims utterly ridiculous especially considering the fact that went with her boasting about the murders to fellow inmates as he awaited trial based on evidence. And the timeline of known events assistant attorney Laura Bach said wint tortured the four victims mentally and physically for almost twenty four hours adding quote. It is clear that some of the victims James heard and saw the deaths of their loved ones realizing both they were going to meet the same fate and that there was nothing they could do to save those that they cared about Silva's assistant Jordan testified that nothing seemed unusual. The days leading up to the murderers he was helping us us. Prepare for the grand opening of the new martial arts studio sometime during the evening of May thirteenth without realizing the family was being held hostage he. He received a voicemail from savvas letting him know there had been a change of plans and asking him to report to the American Iron Works Office. The following morning to retrieve a package in that voicemail which was played for Jurors Salva sounded upbeat. He even joked about Jordan's outdated voicemail greeting was was he trying to give the impression that all was well so that no one would be harmed or harmed further at that point. Did he believe they could all make it out. Alive live if they just played along when the voicemail message sounded in court Jordan broke down crying on the stand. He said that when he he picked up the package as instructed Ted Chase the company's chief financial officer handed it to him and said guard this with your life. Those words almost almost prophetic now. Jordan described his reaction as holy crap. Never before had he seen so much money shortly after ten. The next morning Jordan received a text from Savas telling him to leave the package in the driver's seat of a red sports car parked in the family's garage. Don't knock he instructed. Claiming he was in the middle of an important conference call so Jordan did as he was asked texted his boss package delivered and went on with his work day. Stopping a meal on his way to a hardware store everything Jordan's testimony including leading his whereabouts. A particular time checked out a few hours after leaving the package into sports car Jordan heard from a colleague who alerted him to a fire at the Savoy Apple is home. He and others tried frantically to reach amy and Savvas but it was too late. One particularly eagerly powerful witness for the prosecution gave what was considered a wildcard testimony. Darren wince brother Durrell who Darren had called. The mastermind of the murderers took the stand spending the better part of an entire day in court responding to questions about his activities on May thirteenth with two thousand fifteen. He said he had only vague memories about the day. which some say helped the defense's argument that he was extremely dreamily involved? But we also know that random days on which nothing standup happened aren't terribly memorable. Imagine trying to remember exactly exactly what you did. Three years ago on a particular Thursday. Darren defense team. Tried to cast doubt around whether Durell might have been involved with the murderer's but cell phone records showed. He wasn't anywhere near the palace home during the days and question the day investigators trailed his brother down down with Durrell and the truck ahead of him. Durell testified that after Darren called him multiple times that day they met up at their father's house where Durrell all told his brother. He had to pick up supplies at Walmart. Darren wanted to take along and asked if they could make a stop to pick up fuel for his truck that had run out of gas on the side of some road so they stopped for gas. Darren filling a large bucket then. They headed to Walmart security footage showing the brothers at that store was played for the jury after they left the Walmart. Durell testified that Darren started directing him to a spot near a warehouse this supposedly to refill out of gas car. He said his brother got out of the vehicle for about five minutes taking with him. A bag maybe plastic holding thing. He didn't know what Durell said. His brother then seem distracted when he returned like things weren't right as they drove away. durell spotted smoke hoke coming from the area Darren had just been. He told the prosecuting attorney that at this point he knew something looked suspect. He didn't ask him about it. He said because he preferred to stay out of people's business. The next morning Darren called Durell more than two dozen times calls Durell says he intentionally ignored ignored and their cousin helps. Darren burn his own car during the police led manhunt for his brother. Durell new Darren was a wanted man and posters featuring his face were everywhere. So the next time Darren phoned him he answered. He didn't ask his brother if he was guilty or innocent because he said he didn't want to know but he feared for Darren safety that he'd get hurt possibly by police so he told Darren he needed to come the home and turn himself in. Originally they plan to purchase money orders to pay for an attorney. He said thus the ten thousand dollars cash Durell L. also said he sought guidance from his cousin. Roger who agreed to help him if Darren wouldn't wait to turn himself in he also insisted on driving a separate car. So Roger drove the white truck ahead of the car holding Darren and Durrell. They were on their way to turn him in when investigators found them during cross examination. Prosecutors asked Durell if he wanted to take the stand he said no he didn't want to be there and it was disappointing. That's my big brother. He said according to court records he should be ashamed of himself for real. He also made it clear that while he received a subpoena to testify defy and spoke with prosecutors in advance. He had nothing to hide and never requested immunity. In the end Darren went was found guilty on all all twenty counts in the DC mansion murders and given four consecutive life sentences for brutalizing and taking the lives of forty six year. Old Savvas Savalas Coppola's forty seven year. Old Amy Svoboda's their ten year old son Philip and fifty-seven-year-old Vera Figueroa leading up to the trial trial one of the two surviving daughters of this family posted a tribute to her lost loved ones online below a photo of her little brother. Philip up she wrote would do anything to see that smile again with a photo of her dad holding her. She said you will always be my hero and my role model. Thank you for teaching me courage voile and how to believe in myself of her mom she wrote. Thank you for being the best mom I could've asked for. I will miss you every day. El Faro one of his daughters. Told The Washington Post through sobs. She was my mother. She was the the only person I can find it my problems too. She was the grandmother to my kids. She was my friend. This has been murder minutes for true crime anytime. Download the murder murderer minute APP or follow us on Instagram at murder minute for exclusive content and early access find the show on Himalayas..

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