Michael Thomas Barry

Award winning author Michael Thomas Barry was born and raised in the Chicago area and earned Bachelor of Arts degrees in both Criminal Justice and History from Cal State Fullerton. He also holds a post graduate degree in legal assistantship from the University of California, Irvine. Michael has worked as a sworn Peace Officer for the County of Orange, civil litigation paralegal, and regional asset prevention manager.
Sep 8, 2014
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  by Michael Thomas Barry   This week (September 8-14) in crime history – Senator Huey Long was shot (September 8, 1935); Boston police department went on strike (September 9, 1919); Serial killing couple Gerald Gallego and Charlene Williams met for the first time...
Sep 1, 2014
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  by Michael Thomas Barry   This week (September 1-7) in crime history: Aaron Burr was acquitted of treason (September 1, 1807); Jean-Paul Akayesu was found guilty of genocide in Rwanda (September 2, 1998); Russian school siege ends in bloody shootout (September 3...
Aug 25, 2014
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  by Michael Thomas Barry   This week (August 25-31) in crime history: Outlaw Bill Dollin was killed (August 25, 1896); Jenifer Levin was found dead in New York’s Central Park (August 26, 1986); NFL superstar Michael Vick plead guilty to dogfighting (August 27,...
Aug 18, 2014
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  by Michael Thomas Barry   This Week (August 18-24) in Crime History: U-2 pilot Francis Gary Powers was sentenced to prison for spying on the Soviet Union (August 19, 1960); West Memphis Three were released from prison after serving 18 years for murder (August 19...
Aug 11, 2014
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  by Michael Thomas Barry   This week (August 11-17) in crime history – First federal prisoners arrive at Alcatraz (August 11, 1934); Sunset Slayer accomplice Carol Bundy confessed (August 11, 1980); Jonesboro School Massacre shooters were found guilty (August 11...
Aug 4, 2014
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  by Michael Thomas Barry   This week (August 4-10) in crime history – Lizzie Borden allegedly murdered her father and stepmother (August 4, 1892); Marie Noe was arrested and charged with killing her 8 children (August 5, 1998); New York gangster Dutch Schultz was...
Jul 28, 2014
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  by Michael Thomas Barry   This week (July 28-August 3) in crime history; New York serial killer “Son of Sam" claims first victims (July 29, 1976); King Umberto I of Italy was assassinated (July 29, 1900); Jesse Timmendequas was charged with murdering Megan Kanka...
Jul 14, 2014
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  by Michael Thomas Barry What happened during this week (July 14-20) in crime history:   Billy the Kid was shot to death by Pat Garrett (July 14, 1881); Richard Speck murdered 8 student nurses in Chicago (July14, 1966); Old west gunslinger Johnny Ringo...
Jul 7, 2014
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  by Michael Thomas Barry   What happened on this week July 14-20, in crime history. Mary Surratt and the other Lincoln assassination conspirators were executed (July 7, 1865); Terrorists attack the London transit system (July 7, 2005); Warren Earp, the youngest...
Jun 30, 2014
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  by Michael Thomas Barry What happened on this week June 30-July 6 in crime history: NBA star Kobe Bryant was accused of sexual assault (July 1, 2003); old west gunslinger Clay Allison died in freak wagon accident (July 1, 1887); President James A. Garfield was shot (...

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