Victim was a female name Heather Camp 33 years old from Canton Georgia. Call into 911 came from someone within neighborhood. The woman body seem to be strangled and rape. Additionally her nails were removed, no ID was on the victim, however a fight seem to appear. Signs were that clothes were removed from her body, along with a bucket of human fetus was found inside the home.
A teenager mother from Mississippi, Sabrina Butler was first known as the only female offender on Mississippi’s death row who was convicted for child abuse and the murder of her infant son. On the eve of April 11th, 1989, Sabrina Butler arrived at the hospital after midnight with a nine-month-old Walter Dean Butler, who was unresponsive at the scene. She claimed that she have found the baby when he unexpectedly stopped breathing, and after multiple failed attempts to resuscitate her son, she rushed to the emergency room and seek helps from medical professionals who are more knowledgeable on the matter. Sadly, her child was pounced died by the doctors following their visit to the hospital. The next day, while Sabrina was asked to give her statements at the local police station, the prosecutors arrested Sabrina under the charges of capital murder.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (Reuters) - A Pennsylvania man and his wife were each sentenced to up to four decades in state prison on Wednesday after pleading guilty in the murder of their disabled nine-year-old son, who was found starved to death in a dark, feces-smeared room last year. Judge John Cherry of Dauphin County Court of Common Pleas said Jarrod Tutko Sr., 39, and Kimberly Tutko, 40, were equally culpable in the death of Jarrod Tutko Jr. and the near-death of his sister Arianna, now 12. He sentenced the father to 21 to 42 years in prison, and gave his wife a sentence of 20 to 40 years. Both had pleaded guilty to charges of third-degree murder and related offenses. Cherry castigated both parents, who were sentenced separately, but he reserved particular scorn for Kimberly Tutko.
After an extensive autopsy, it was found that Hae was strangled to her death. Shortly after researching the case, Hae’s ex-boyfriend, Adnan Syed, was accused, and convicted of the murder. Adnan was convicted because of one man’s story and one phone call from a phone log. Although this evidence could have been enough in another case, it proved nothing. Adnan is
After an 18-hour stand off siege with 1 hostage and 2 corpse inside the ‘Seascape’, Martin Bryant set alight to the bed and breakfast. The hostage died before Martin escaped with burns to his body. He was arrested by police and initially denied involvement in the massacre. During police interviews, Martin was either lying or was mentally incapable of retelling the events that day. However, on the 19th of November 1996, he pleaded guilty for a court hearing and was found guilty of all charges.
The victim, Travis Alexander, 30, who was brutally killed by his physco stalker ex-girlfriend Jodi Arias was found in his Mesa, Arizona, home on June 9, 2008. They broke up in the summer of 2007, and Alexander began dating other women. She moved back to Northern California but they continued to communicate. Arias stole her grandparents ' .25-caliber pistol, rented a car in Redding, California, turned off her cell phone and brought along cans of gas so there would be no record that she was in Arizona. Jurors reached a unanimous decision in the case on May 8, 2013 and Jodi was found gulty of first degree murder.
Mike Reynolds lost his daughter in June of 1992 to murder. His eighteen year old daughter, Kimber, was gunned down at 10:41 p.m. in the parking lot of the Daily Planet restaurant located in Fresno, California. Her attackers were Joe Davis, the shooter, and Douglas Walker. Both men were crystal-meth addicts. Davis, who had recently been paroled from Wasco
ackground: Antwone Fisher was born on August 3, 1959 in a correctional facility home for young women in Ohio. Antwone does not know the reason of his mother, Eva Mae Fisher’s incarceration. Antwones father was twenty-three year old Edward Elkins, who was shot and killed two months before his birth. After his birth, Antwone was sent to an orphanage by state social services. Antwones mother never came to see or claim him after her release from her incarceration.
At the age of 19, Gregory Parsons life took a dramatic turn by a shocking miscarriage of justice. On February 15, 1994, he was convicted in Newfoundland, of the second-degree murder of his mother Catherine Carroll, and was sentenced to life in prison with no chsnce of parole for 15 years. Parsons’ conviction was based on circumstantial evidence, and his case was closed by the Crown prosecutor just by simply asking the jury,”If Greg Parsons didn’t cause his mother’s death[,] who did?” Parsons’ life was not easy. His parents separated when he was only six, and was sent to live with Carroll. She was a loving mother, but struggled heavily with alocholism, depression, anxiety, hoarding behaviours and OCD.
Wife Sent To Eichen House After Murdering Husband On Tuesday evening April 12th, Mary Maloney, wife of officer Patrick Maloney, had murdered her husband after he had said he was going to divorce her, in their home. Out of anger, Mary Maloney had hit him on the back of his head. Detectives do not know what weapon was used, or where it was hidden. On Tuesday evening, Patrick Maloney had come back from work, but his wife was not home. She had gone out to get groceries, and when she had come back, she saw her husband lying on the floor, dead.
In the summer of June 13,2015, a 28 year old female by the name of Sandra Bland was found dead in her cell. Three days before her death she was pulled over by Sheriff Glenn Smith and she was sent to the local Waller County jail in Prairie View, Texas. There are two sides to the story, starting with Ms. Bland was commited suicide and the the argument against that was she was killed by one of the sheriff (Stanford, 2015). She is not the only black female who experienced police violence.
According to JK Rowling in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, “Killing is not so easy as the innocent believe.” On January 13, 1999 Hae Min Lee, a senior at Woodlawn High School, Baltimore, Maryland disappeared. Almost a month later, on February 9, 1999, her body was found lifeless in Leakin Park. Moreover, the results of the autopsy stated that the victim died of manual strangulation. In the most unfortunate cases, the crime was blamed on her ex-boyfriend, Adnan Syed, who got convicted of first degree murder serving a life sentence in jail. The question everyone’s asking is, was it right that the court decided to convict Adnan Syed?
Mr. Norman and the Defendant had been married for a quarter of a century and it was alleged that Mr. Norman had been beating the Defendant since approximately five years after they were married. Mr. Norman was said to have often made the Defendant prostitute her body in order to financially support the family as well as other degrading things like sleeping on the floor. On June 12, 1985, Mrs. Norman, the Defendant shot her husband three times in the head while he was sleeping. The Defendant claimed that she was suffering from “battered wife syndrome” and that the shooting was in self-defense. The Supreme Court found that it was not necessary for the Defendant to kill her husband due to the following