On March 3, 2017, Thomas John Russ, 32, was fatally shot on a Columbia Heights park-and-ride. The Minneapolis man was changing a flat tire when his assailant fired two rounds into his head, killing him on the side of the road. An ensuing manhunt that involved 12 different law enforcement agencies spanned the Columbia Heights … Continued
Facebook selfie leads to conviction in murder of Canadian teen
On July 15, 1997, fashion designer Gianni Versace was murdered on the steps of his Miami Beach estate by a man named Andrew Cunanan. Eight days later, Cunanan killed himself using the same handgun he had used to kill Versace. To this day, the motive behind Versace’s murder remains unknown. The Assassination of Gianni Versace: … Continued
Charles Manson has passed away at the age of 83. The leader of the Manson Family had 3 children and multiple wives. Where are they now?
Charles Manson has died at age 83 years. The Manson Family leader had been recently hospitalized and described as “gravely ill.” How did he die?
Jeremy Christian, the man arrested in the stabbing deaths of two men and serious injury of a third in Portland, Oregon over Memorial Day weekend, was arraigned on nine felony and misdemeanor charges yesterday. The victims had intervened after Christian hurled anti-Muslim hate speech at two young women on a light rail train. At his … Continued
Police and FBI agents in Ohio and neighboring states are on the hunt for Steve Stephens, who allegedly shot and killed Robert Godwin, Sr. On Sunday, Stephens recorded the murder on his cell phone and then uploaded the video to Facebook. Residents of Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania are urged to be … Continued
[DIGEST: CNN, NPR] Ansar al-Islam, a Bangladeshi division of al Qaeda, took responsibility for the murders of an LGBT rights activist and his close friend killed Monday in Bangladesh’s capital, Dhaka. The statement, made via social media, claims that Xulhaz Mannan and his friend Tanay Mojumdar were “the pioneers of practising and promoting homosexuality in … Continued
For less than the cost of an Apple iPad, Matt McLaughlin started a statewide legal conversation. An attorney from Huntington Beach, McLaughlin in late February spent $200 to propose a ballot measure that authorizes the killing of gays and lesbians by “bullets to the head,” or “any other convenient method.” McLaughlin’s “Sodomite Suppression Act” now … Continued