Surviving Boston bomber bro Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found guilty on all charges this week, and now faces the penalty phase of his capital murder trial which could see the 21-year-old self-made Islamic militant executed someday.
Convicted Salt Mom Lacey Spears, who was found guilty last month in the second-degree murder of her 5-year-old son, Garnett, has been sentenced for 20 years to life.
Two kidnapped Amish girls sexually exploited in upstate New York will likely be spared the additional trauma of having to recite their ordeal in court, officials hope.
A lawyer for Aaron Hernandez, said in closing arguments that his client was at the scene when Odin Lloyd was killed, but asserted that Hernandez did not commit the murder and was uncertain as to what to do after witnessing it.
Officials say an ax murder suicide in Elmwood NJ over the weekend was the result of the elderly perpetrator’s dementia, and that he may have tried at least three other times to harm himself and his wife.
Japanese POW vivisections on U.S. airmen during WWII were part of a larger atrocity conducted by the rogue empire against thousands of men, women and children interred at prisoner of war camps.
A suspect in the Cambridge Mass. dismemberment of a young Somerset man was ordered held on $1-million bail yesterday, as prosecutors relayed to the court the gory details of the crime he had just perpetrated.
With the purpose of writing about true crime in an authoritative, fact-based manner, veteran journalists J. J. Maloney and J. Patrick O’Connor launched Crime Magazine in November of 1998. Their goal was to cover all aspects of true crime: from organized crime to serial killers, from capital punishment to prisons, from historical crimes to celebrity crime, from assassinations to government corruption, from justice issues to innocent cases, from crime films to books about crime. Read More