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Reporter, PhotographerSTONE COUNTY, Mo. - The father of a man wrongly convicted of first degree murder is disgusted by the plea agreement and immunity given to two men connected to the crime. The Stone County prosecutor offered immunity to John C. Mills to testify against...
Tags: Court Preliminary, Punishment, Prisons, Trials, Human Body
Chris Collings Murder Trial Day Two: Officers say murder victim, Rowan Ford, called her accused killer `Uncle Chris'Reporter, PhotographerRolla, Mo. - For the first time a graphic picture of a raped and murdered nine-year-old girl was shown during a trial that could end with a man being punished by death. An FBI agent testified a photograph presented as evidence was a picture of Rowan Ford&...
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Follow me @EmilyKSPRCHRISTIAN COUNTY, Mo. -- Unlike most young people, you won't find Zack Stewart using Facebook. In fact, he says his mom set it up for him shortly after he was released from jail. To him the internet is a constant reminder of a dark time. "I don't know if...
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Inside the Courtroom: Alberta Comstock Takes Stand, Sister Offers Alibi in Day Three of Testimony in the Rolland Comstock Wrongful Death Civil TrialReporter, PhotographerScroll down to see the latest updates in bold print from inside the courtroom starting at 8:45 Thursday morning. An ex-wife at the center of a rare wrongful death trial could testify as early as today. Just how many questions she will answer without...
Los Angeles TimesA Texas veterinarian-researcher claims to have shown that the elusive creature known as Bigfootor Sasquatch is a human hybrid, descended from human females who mated with males of “an unknown hominin species.” In a statement released on...
Tribune reporterA flashlight used to point the way during an Oak Lawn home invasion more than a year ago ended up pointing the way to a suspect, police said today, thanks to DNA and detectives who wouldn't give up. On Aug. 4, 2011 a 69-year-old homeowner and her 68-...
After the Lake County prosecutor's office changes hands Monday for the first time in 22 years, new State's Attorney Mike Nerheim hopes to reform an agency where skepticism about DNA evidence led to embarrassing legal reversals and lawsuits from exonerated...
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Three days into his first term as Lake County state's attorney, Mike Nerheim announced he will drop a case from 1986 that his predecessor steadfastly pursued despite DNA evidence indicating the suspect's innocence. Bennie Starks spent 20 years in prison...
L.A. NOWDaniel Edward McDermott, 44, faces on felony count of special circumstances murder during the commission of a rape, with a maximum penalty of life in state prsion without the possibility of parole if he's convicted, according to a statement from the...
L.A. NOWPolice in New York say a gunman lay in wait and didn't act alone when he fatally shot L.A. resident Brandon Woodard in the head in midtown Manhattan. They also said it was unclear what brought Woodard to New York......
L.A. NOWLt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, who is a UC regent, has joined the opposition to the controversial new UC logo and wants the traditional one restored....
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