OJ became the prime suspect of their murders. This case is well known to this day for many reasons, including the LAPD’s tampering with evidence. One way the LAPD ignored the law is when they entered OJ’s home without talking to OJ, and without a search warrant. This resulted in an illegal search where the evidence that was found would not be admissible in court.
Most of Memphis thought the boys were guilty and did nt want to hear anything else. Damien actually did have a son at the end of this trial. Damien’s girlfriend was interviewed and she was worried that Damien would never get to see his son. The day of the verdict finally came to Damien and Jason’s trial. The jury found Jason guilty and gave him a life sentence with 10 years for two of the boys.
Below is a picture of where Hae’s body was found. As you can see it would be hard to see the body, especially if you were not looking for it. This leads many to believe that Mr. S had something to do with the murder. Maybe he committed the crime, saw something suspicious going on so he stopped or he just happened to stumble across it. Either way Mr. S seems to be more involved into this crime than what the police say.
In the case of rape and murder of Mary Sullivan, is known as one of the many brutal case known. The woman’s killer raped her and then strangled her to death at Beacon Hill apartment in Boston. She was known after her death as the 11 victim of the Boston Strangler murder. Boston Strangler was assumed to be Albert DeSalvo, but there was not enough evidence to convict him of the crimes until July 2013. Mary Sullivan was a 19-year-old who moved to Cape Cod to Boston where she rented an apartment at Beacon Hill.
For the past two decades, “The Innocence Project” with the help of updated science methods have worked relentlessly to get innocent people out of prison. Through DNA testing, they have been able to find new evidence that have freed hundreds of prisoners who were wrongfully convicted. Other factors such as eyewitness misidentification, false confessions, government misconduct, and inadequate defense also played keys roles in the wrongful convictions. The case that I would I would like to highlight today is that of, Johnnie Lindsey. Johnnie Lindsey was a 30-year old laundry worker who was falsely accused of rape.
According to Douglas, one factor that led them away from the parents was that typically when someone is trying to stage a murder, they would not have the mindset to take time to write a three-page ransom note. Next, JonBenet was sexually assaulted and the DNA found in her underwear and from the skin under her fingernails was not a match to either of the parents, her brother, or anyone else that had given samples. Another factor, was that although the media was reporting that the handwriting samples from Patsy proved that she wrote the ransom note. In actuality, similarities between the two were very few. In fact, Patsy’s handwriting was only similar on the lowest possible scale and countless numbers of people could also fall into that category (Douglas, 449).
There was no sign of forced entry into the Joseph’s home, which meant that Claire’s killer would have been someone she felt comfortable letting into her home. A recent friend of the Joseph’s, Roger Payne, had earlier convictions for attacks on women. His clothing from the day of the murder, although already cleaned, still contained over 60 wool fibers matching Claire Joseph’s dress that day. Without a murder weapon, and the lack of any other clues, Payne was found guilty of Claire’s murder due to the solid forensic investigation. Case of Leanne Tiernan Murder (Hair)
The Mandalay Bay Shootings in Las Vegas was a horrible massacre killing about 59 innocent lives and injuring around 500 people that were attending the music festival across from the Mandalay Bay. This supposedly was done by one person, who was publicly identified to be Stephen Paddock. He set fire from the 32nd Floor of the Mandalay Bay around 10 pm. There are four things during this shooting that just don 't add up, the first being 'who was the woman who warned the people they were "all going to die tonight" 45 minutes before the shooter set fire ' is that a coincidence or did she know? Second is 'the weapons that you hear in the videos were 'full-auto ' guns which are almost impossible to acquire through legal means ' if they are almost impossible to get them how did he get a hold of them?
The Ambitious Truth “I can’t breathe” were the last words Eric Garner spoke. Eric Garner was killed by NYPD officers that used an illegal choke hold to be attained. At the time he was committing no crime, but had a previous record. Eric is one of many to be killed due to police brutality.
While there are multiple pieces of evidence which try to portray Steven as guilty, there are countless more pieces that prove him innocent. After knowing about the mysterious blood found is Halbach’s car and the undeniable fact that Andrew Colbourn knew about the site of the victim’s vehicle before it was found by the search party. Subsequently, the very unreliable James Lenk found they keys and the reality that Steven was the only suspect investigated. This evidence should be raising some questions in your mind; ‘How can an innocent man be punished for a crime he so undoubtedly didn’t
He killed his ex-girlfriend Angela Monroe who was seven months pregnant with his child. He killed her after finding out that she was a prostitute. He was sentenced 24 years on account of second-degree murder. After spending 22 years in prison, Terry Blair was released on parole in January of 2004. Over the next few months he switched between living with his mother and living with his sister.
There were also hairs and fingerprints found at the crime scene that could not be linked to Pilcher and remained unidentified. An alibi was established by Pilcher for the day of the murder, as he was apparently working at Jaycees circus office, but after 40 years, crucial witnesses were no longer alive and memories became foggy. Pilcher also argued that the semen stains were from a previous sexual encounter, and there was little other physical evidence directly linking him to the crime. However, a former girlfriend of Pilcher’s testified to him stating that he previously offed somebody, and a brother-in-law testified that Mr. Pilcher reached out to him after he had gained information about the re-opening of Mary Jayne Jones’ case and stated that he was not proud of his past and that he may be going to