There have never really been answers about what happened with Casey Anthony when her daughter went missing. A new book is now out about Anthony that was written by Dominic Casey, a private eye the family hired. This new book tells a lot about the case from what he found while investigating Casey Anthony and trying to figure out what happened to her daughter Caylee. Radar Online shared what this new book will reveal. This book actually claims that Casey Anthony drove around with her daughter in the car for five days before getting rid of the body.
Shanija said a male, she did not immediately recognize, exited the vehicle and approached her. Shanija said the male asked her if she knew Juanita, pointed toward Juanita 's apartment, and stated he was her ex-boyfriend. Shanija said one the male was closer and stated he was Juanita 's ex-boyfriend, she recognized him to be Justin. Shanija said Justin told her Juanita owed him $5000 and asked her to tell Juanita for him. Shanija said Justin got back into the vehicle and began driving away.
Delphine reads a newspaper about a boy named Lil Bobby dying from a police. He was the youngest Black Panther at the age of 18. Delphine gets scared for an upcoming rally about naming the park after Bobby. She thinks there will be shooting when the police finds out about the rally. Her mother, Cecile, asks her some questions like ‘if she ever seen a gun’ and ‘did anyone point a gun at her’.
"The Lost Children of Rockdale County" speaks about a syphilis outbreak in 1966 in an Atlanta suburb that affected over 200 teenagers and revealed their lives unknown to parents such as things like group sex, drinking, drugs and violence. Some of these individuals were as young as twelve and thirteen years old. Although the film begins with an inspection on how and why the syphilis outbreak happened, it becomes in the end a more deeper observation of the world of teenagers and their relationships within one another and with their parents. The film associates bold conversations with the parents of teens, along with interviews with community leaders and educators and with the medical professionals who investigated this syphilis outbreak. The
he was a regular, cute guy... drove a B.M.W.. typical what’s up with gays and predacious cars??? I mean Ill take a truck with a push bar... or SUV like yours (more economical) I mean Honda’s are fun... but isn’t that what tiffany drove?? (you obviously have friends at green’s Toyota…too). Anyway, he’s weird… I end up at his house and he’s mean! I am surprised I didn’t piss on his car and kick his mailbox off.
She married Kenneth Lee Schofield August 7, 1969, and the couple resided on Des Moines’ south side. They later divorced and Diane was awarded custody of their young daughter, Shawna. Kenneth Lee Schofield passed away 4 years after Diane 's death. Diane 's badly decomposed body was found July 10, 1975, in the trunk of her car at Warrens Steak House. A parking lot sweeper for Warrens Steak House had noticed an odor coming from her car in the parking lot and alerted authorities.
A young lady by the name of Hannah Graham was vanished and abducted. Accordingly, a search for a missing University of Virginia student was discovered missing on September 13, 2014. Hannah went to several parties the day of September 13, 2104 after leaving the last party she was walking unsteadily. A hunt involving over 100 volunteers were on duty, an award was made of 50,000 with any information leading to her safe return home. At one moment she texted a friend, and said she was
On October 13th at approximately 1:15 Author was found dead at the home of the Volupides. At the time that this occurred the only other person at the home was his wife Queenie. Queenie’s neighbors claim that they saw her run out of the house after a fight with her husband and speed away quickly in her car. Next I interviewed Queenie she claimed after fighting with Author she went off to a party at their country club to celebrate their new golfing range. She said she invited some friends over afterwards for one last drink before they called it a night.
DNA evidence and fingerprints found on Lego blocks has helped solve a murder case that is over two decades old, reports KSL-TV. Lucille Johnson, who was 78, was found dead by her daughter in her suburban Salt Lake City home in February of 1991. She had been brutally beaten and strangled, according to court records. She was a widow and live alone. Among other evidence recovered from the crime scene, were Lego blocks scattered throughout Johnson’s home.
The limited or possibly contaminated water she drank, and her death from probable exposure. She was just a child trying to reach to her mother so they could start fresh, to having a better life. The three weeks after she died in the Arizona desert, authorities identified the body of a 14 year old girl who had bright green sneakers, hollywood sweatpants and a small pearl bracelet around her wrist. The humanitarian group no more death estimates that over 5,000 immigrant bodies have been found. In the southwest borderlands of the United States and Mexico between 1994 and 2009.
These issues normally involve car accidents with fatal injuries or death. A sixteen year old girl named Ashley Johnson was killed in a car accident in Asheville, North Carolina. Her father would ride with her a year after she stared driving, he says that Ashley would try and grab her phone when it would go off but he would not let her. She started driving by herself, she was on her way to work, and received a text took her eyes of the road to read it went out of the left lane crossed over the middle and hit pickup truck. The police found that Ashley received the message at 3:00 P.M., the 911 call came in at 3:02 P.M. (http://www.wltx.com/news/story.aspx?storyid=91456).