It was known for confederate conspirators and spies. When the manhunt started the police searched Booth’s hotel room and found Mary’s name in the plot. The police searched the boarding house and found nothing. She was later arrested for lying to a police and was taken to the old penitentiary in Washington. Than she was sentenced to be hanged.
However, she had been given doses of morphine to help calm her nerves after the murders of her father and his wife. Lizzie was seen burning a dress shortly after, claiming it was an old one that had been ruined with paint. Lizzie Borden was arrested on August 11, 1892 for the double homicide. Her trial began nearly a year later on June 5, 1893. The mangled skulls of Mr. and Mrs. Borden were unveiled in the courtroom as evidence, thus causing such a shock that Lizzie fainted at the sight of them.
At age 24 in December of 1900, Susan Glaspell, a legislative reporter for the Des Moines Daily News at the time was employed to cover the highly sensationalized murder of John Hossack. His wife Margaret Hossack had been the prime suspect and was in fact convicted of the crime and sentenced. However, one year after her incarceration, her conviction was over turned and the second trial in 1903 resulted in a hung jury. She was never retried and the case remains unsolved to this day. After the case ended Susan Glaspell quit journalism to pursue a career in fiction.
June 16, 2010 is the year 29 year old LaNell.l Barsock was killed in Palmdale by Larene Eleanor Austin, 33 in Lancaster, CA, after a short-term romantic relationship with the victim LaNell Barsock. The two had met on craigslist but later on Barsock ended the relationship to further things with her boyfriend. Afterwards Eleanor Austin shot Barsock in the head on June 16, 2010, she foraged a letter supposedly from Barsok breaking up with her boyfriend. Austin then presented it to police in which it was used as evidence presented in the trial. Officials cleared Barsocks boyfriend and Austin fled to Belize where she was arrested January 2012 in the Central American country of Belize after she was seen on Americas most wanted.
Upon considering the facts of the case – • Maher learned that his wife was having an affair with one, Mr. Hunt. • Maher found Mr. Hunt in the saloon and shot him. • Maher was arrested and charged with attempted murder. • The Trial Court did not admit into evidence that both Maher’s wife and Mr. Hunt were having an affair. – (Suk, 2017).
Rock v. Arkansas was a case, which took place in 1983. The defendant, Vickie Lorene Rock, was charged with manslaughter. She was convicted of killing her husband in July 1983. The defendant was unable to remember everything that had happened the night of her husbands killing. So therefore her defense attorney had a doctor, by the name of Bettye Back, twice hypnotize Vickie Rock to allow her to remember fully what happened the night she killed her husband.
T he Shack is a book that seeks to provide answers to the always timely question “Where is God in a world so filled with unspeakable pain?”. It is a tale that revolves around Mack (Mackenzie) Philips. Four years before the story begins, Mack’s young daughter, Missy, was abducted during a family vacation. Though her body was never found, the police did find evidence in an abandoned shack to prove that she had been brutally murdered by a notorious serial killer who preyed on young girls. As the story begins, Mack, who has been living in the shadow of his Great Sadness, receives a note from God (known in this story as Papa).
17 year-old charged in 1969 of the rape and murder of Gail Miller, the Saskatoon nurse. This had become one of Canada’s most wrongful convictions. Gail Miller was raped and stabbed at 6:45 a.m on January 31st, 1969. She was left in a snowbank, and two 2 hours later the police found her body. The police frantically tried to find all possible sex offenders in the area, but they all came up clean, so they found no leads.That morning, David and two 2 others, Nichol John and Ron Wilson, arrived in Saskatoon on their way to
“Steven Avery, at the age of 22, was wrongfully convicted of rape. He spent almost twenty years in prison before being exonerated through DNA testing” (Innocence Project). He was accused of raping a woman, named Penny Ann Beernsten, who happened to be jogging alongside a lake before being dragged into a wooded area and then assaulted. She identified Steven as the perpetrator because of his stunning resemblance to the actual rapist. The forensic mishap occurred when “a state forensic examiner testified that a hair recovered from a shirt of Avery’s was consistent with Beernsten’s hair but did not present qualifying information about the limitations of hair microscopy” (Innocence Project).
That was my last day Ever seeing my auntie alive, She left this world on January 15, 2011. She was stabbed seventeen times and one slit to the throat by some junkie. Apparently somebody next door sold drugs and the man thought the room he was at was theirs, he knocked and brutality attacked my Auntie she fought back and he decided to end her life. She had just came from dropping off her sons off at
In the following days of a pregnant woman being found dead in her Georgia home, police arrested Tyrail Arrenzo Wynn, 25, and charged him with burglary, aggravated assault, feticide, murder and child cruelty. At the Carroll County Sheriff 's Office, Captain Jeff Richards responded that Wynn will appear in court on Friday. Authorities of criminal law believe Wynn last lived in the 100 block of Mitchell Circle, which is located less than a mile from where they discovered the body of Nakita Lashawn Holland, 36. When Holland 's sister stopped at her home in Bennett Circle, she heard her sister 's toddler crying. When she and the victim 's landlord unlocked the door and went inside, they discovered Nakita dead in the bedroom, with multiple gunshot wounds.