Authorities in El Salvador have discovered the remains of at least 24 people in the garden of a former police officer’s home, according to BBC.
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Podcast: Ep. 9 – Podcast: And Justice For All?
33 Confirmed Dead in Suspected Arson Attack on Japanese Anime Studio Kyoto Animation
A suspected arson attack on Japanese anime studio Kyoto Animation has left at least 33 dead and dozens injured. The Japan Times reports that a 41-year-old suspect has been arrested following the fire, which is the deadliest mass murder incident in Japan since the 2001 Myojo 56 building fire. Continue reading 33 Confirmed Dead in Suspected Arson Attack on Japanese Anime Studio Kyoto Animation
Nipsey Hussle’s Killer Reportedly Wants D.A. to Turn Over Past Criminal Investigations on Rapper
Eric Holder, the alleged murderer of Los Angeles rapper Nipsey Hussle, has formally requested the prosecution to provide all evidence of past criminal investigations on Nip, The Blast reports. Holder’s attorney filed the request on Tuesday, hoping that the evidence will help the case of his defendant. Continue reading Nipsey Hussle’s Killer Reportedly Wants D.A. to Turn Over Past Criminal Investigations on Rapper
Attorney Chris Darden Will No Longer Defend Alleged Nipsey Hussle Murderer Eric Holder
Lawyer Christopher Darden has filed a motion to withdraw as the defense attorney of Eric Holder, the man alleged to have fatally shot Nipsey Hussle in Los Angeles. Continue reading Attorney Chris Darden Will No Longer Defend Alleged Nipsey Hussle Murderer Eric Holder
Suspect in Nispey Hussle Shooting Charged With Murder
Nipsey Hussle‘s suspected killer has been hit with criminal charges. Continue reading Suspect in Nispey Hussle Shooting Charged With Murder
The First Criminal Trial That Used Fingerprints as Evidence
Just after 2 a.m. on the night of September 19, 1910, Clarence Hiller woke to the screams of his wife and daughter in their home at 1837 West 104th Street in Chicago. After a spate of robberies, residents of this South Side neighborhood were already on edge. Hiller, a railroad clerk, raced to confront the intruder. In the ensuing scuffle, the two men fell down the staircase. His daughter, Clarice, later recalled hearing three shots, followed by her mother screaming upstairs. Neighbors came running but the man had fled the home, leaving a dying Hiller by his front door.
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