Simmons stuffed his dead grandson into the trunk of their car. Simmons twenty four year old daughter Sheila and her husband and two kids showed up after Simmons had already hidden the other bodies. Simmons shot Sheila and laid her body on the dining room table and then he proceeded to cover her with a tablecloth. Simmons shot Sheila's husband Dennis, he then proceeded to strangle Sheila’s daughter that he fathered. Simmons strangled twenty one month old Michael and
Reporters and camera people coverage for what a local writer called the “Super Bowl of murder trials.” Christopher Darden, the prosecutor representing the state, led off the prosecution’s opening statement by labeling Simpson as an abusive husband and a jealous lover of Nicole Brown Simpson. Darden told the jurors, “if he couldn’t have her, he didn’t want anybody else to have her.” The next day, Johnie Cochran, OJ’s lawyer, gave an opening statement for the defense in which he presented a confused timeline of events and suggested he was so crippled by “arthritis” that he couldn’t possibly do a double murder. Cochran told the jury the defense would prove the evidence was “contaminated, compromised, and ultimately corrupted.” Over the several days of the trials, the prosecution put forward 72 witnesses. The first set of witnesses suggested that Simpson had the motive and the opportunity to kill. The second set suggested that Simpson had in fact used his opportunity to kill his ex-wife and Ronald Goldman.
We have the coincidence that the man was murdered just when the train was passing. Due to the proximity of the house and the noise the train emits the old man could not hear anyone scream. The man also argues that fifteen seconds after hearing those words and watching the father's body fall he watched the young man running down the hall. With the help of the building's plans the jury number eight showed that it was impossible for the man to see the young man running down the hallway only 15 seconds after hearing the scream according to the distance between him and the hall. Another piece of evidence is a woman who swears to have seen the young man stabbed the father through the last two windows of the train.
The path leading to the house was lined with blood, the two dead bodies of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman laid on the floor with multiple stab wounds; leaving one to question, who did it. The O.J. Simpson murder case is a very well-known case. A famous man was accused of murdering his ex-wife out of jealousy, but was released as not guilty at the end of the trial. Many people wonder if race was a factor in the court's decision.
In a small Southern California town, a woman calls police to report her husband never returned from his afternoon run. The police determine that Robert Dorotik was a marathon runner and suspected he had experienced a medical episode until they discover his body the next morning. Initial examination indicated death by blunt force trauma to the head. Additionally there was a rope around Bob’s neck and signs of strangulation. The tire tracks around the body implied the body had been dumped at the location.
According to statistics, 92 percent of kids who are murdered at their house are killed by someone in their family (Newton, The Encyclopedia of Unsolved Crimes, 313). This suggests the same for JonBenet’s death. When police arrived at the Ramsey home to investigate, the noticed the “peculiarities in the behavior of the grieving parents” and the fact that Patsy had on full makeup and her hair was nicely done (Newton 313). After further investigation of the evidence, the detectives uncovered that the ransom note was written with a pen and paper from Patsy Ramsey’s home office. Oddly enough, the strange amount of money that was demanded in the ransom was identical to John Ramsey’s bonus check (young jonbenet) The next pieces of the theory account to JonBenet’s 9 year old brother, Burke.
• Robert Smith jumps of the roof of Mercy Hospital (No Mercy Hospital) hoping he can fly • Ruth Dead goes into labor at Mercy hospital, and she was the first black patient admitted there • Around the same time Guitar is ordered by a nurse to get the security guard at the admissions desk, and Guitar was a smart 6 year old as he realized her mistake spelling 'admissions' • A day after this Macon III 'Milkman' Dead is born • Macon does not give Ruth any love, and because of that she does things that make her happy, such as polishing a watermark on her dining table and breastfeeding 'Milkman', for longer than he should've, which is how he got his nickname as Freddie walked into Ruth breastfeeding Milkman • Macon is obsessed with money, and
Many movies that are based on true stories are changed in one way or another, to make them more exciting for the audience. In the 1974 film The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Sally Hardest, her brother Franklin and a group of friends go out to investigate her grandfather’s vandalized grave, they discover discover a group of murderous rejects living next door. After being attacked one by one, the group must try and escape the crazed chainsaw wielding, skin mask wearing, Leatherface. The real “chainsaw wielding, skin mask wearing” murderer was Ed Gein. Ed Gein murdered several women after his mother died of a stroke.
An unknown author once said “Stand up for what you believe in even if it means standing alone.” In Lessons Before Dying” will Jefferson change his way of life believing in god and allowing faith to guide him through his sins? In “making a murder” It is a mystery who did the crime but all we know is that Brandon confessed to the crime and is going to prison for a very long time. There are similarities and differences in the story and documentary. The similarities between Lessons Before Dying and Making Murder. Is they both have something to do with murders.
My family let out a seemingly rehearsed sigh of relief when we saw Alma talking to a police officer. The other two officers appeared to be talking to the owner of the SUV. The owner of the SUV was a man in his thirties that was frightening in nature due to the fact that he was covered in tattoos that were given with a ballpoint pen in Cell 237 by a guy named El Diablo or Butch. Most grown men wouldn’t mess with this guy but, my seventy-year-old, gun carrying, bible beating, big haired grandma just stopped a seasoned criminal from stealing her five-year-old golf cart and a gallon and a half of
A Christian pastor and his wife’s adopted son has been charged with murder after the couple was recently found dead in Alabama. On Thursday night, Pastor William Jeremy Hulsey, 43, and his wife Sandra Hulsey, 37, were shot dead inside their home in Hartselle. Priceville cops were called to the residence, and an investigation flagged their adoptive son as a person of interest in the crime, according to AL.com. Along with the dead bodies of the couple, a 9mm handgun was also found at the scene. The following morning, Andrew Kyle Hulsey, 23, was charged with capital murder in connection with his adoptive parents’ death.
On August 15, 2014, the Governor of Texas, Rick Perry, a potential 2016 presidential candidate, was indicted by a Travis County grand jury. The first charge of his indictment was for abuse of official capacity, which is a first-degree felony. The second charge, which has since been ruled unconstitutional, was for coercion of a public servant, which is a third-degree felony. Republican, Rick Perry 's two felony counts are based from his threat to veto $7.5 million in funding for the Public Integrity Unit and for seeking the resignation of Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg after she was convicted of drunk driving, and imprisoned. Botsford, Perry 's attorney, called the indictment a "political abuse of the court system."
If the child committed a crime that can be tried as an adult, such as murder, should be punishable by law. In juvenile records/history, there were some that challenged the Juvenile System or even made some lawyers, judges, and maybe even juries questions some laws such as the Brandon McInerney case. The McInerney case was on February 12 that Brandon McInerney had brought his father’s handgun, which his father was, ex-military, to school and shot Lawrence King in the head twice. This did
It is still used to trace DNA of any suspects in crime scenes. Because this method is so accurate, most detectives use this method of tracking DNA. I 'm going to tell you how the process of this method is going to be done. First, the detectives start by finding finger prints or blood samples. Once they collect samples they hand it over to a forensic scientist to analyze them.
Convicting the Innocent: Where Criminal Prosecutions Go Wrong In Brandon L. Garrett 's book, Convicting the Innocent: Where Criminal Prosecutions Go Wrong, he makes it very clear how wrongful convictions occur and how these people have spent many years in prison for crimes they never committed. Garrett presents 250 cases of innocent people who were convicted wrongfully because the prosecutors opposed testing the DNA of those convicted. Garrett provided simple statistics such as graphs, percentages, and charts to help the reader understand just how great of an impact this was. These wrongful convictions occur because the criminal justice system had many flaws. It was not only the system that had flaws but also the people on the board.