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A lot of pieces of evidence that made national headlines were not actually seen by the jury in the O.J. Simpson murder trial. The post The People Vs. O.J. Simpson: What The Jury Didn’t See appeared first on CrimeFeed.
On July 24, 1979, a jury convicted Theodore Robert Bundy for the murders of Florida State University students Margaret Bowman and Lisa Levy, in addition to three counts of assault on other women, and two charges of burglary. The post Charles Manson On Ted Bundy: “He’s a Poop Butt!” appeared first on CrimeFeed.
In his confession, Bernie revealed that he'd thought about hitting Marge in the head with a baseball bat for a couple months, but he couldn't bear the thought of her suffering. The post Bernie & Marge: The Mysterious Case Of The Murderous Mortician & The Wealthy Widow appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Here's a little refresher course on some of the key players from the O.J. Simpson trial and what they're up to now. The post The O.J. Simpson Trial: Where Are They Now? appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Actor Robert Blake was charged with murdering Bonnie Bakley, his spouse of six months and mother of their infant daughter. The post Robert Blake’s Murder Trial: What The Jury Didn’t See appeared first on CrimeFeed.
The People v. Jackson trial began on January 31, 2005, in California, and immediately became a media circus. Here's what the jury didn't see. The post Michael Jackson’s 2005 Molestation Trial: What The Jury Didn’t See appeared first on CrimeFeed.
The real truth will probably never be known, but the release of these documents brings to light specific details that the public, and the King of Pop's fans and defenders, had not known before. The post Michael Jackson Police Report: Photos Of Nude Children And Animal Abuse Found At Neverland Ranch In 2003 appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Christina Keller, who took the bird after his death, told police that she was shocked when her late ex-husband's 21-year-old pet parrot, Bud, repeated "don't (expletive) shoot" in Martin Duram's voice. The post Woman Convicted Of Murder That Was Witnessed By Cursing Pet Parrot appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Colin Ireland told a guard, “You better get the police, I am the Gay Slayer.” The post Crime History: “Gay Slayer” Colin Ireland Arrested For Murder appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Tiffany Sayre's family is skeptical, and isn't convinced that the body found and said to be their loved one is really her. They are demanding proof, documentation, and answers. The post Family Of 1 Of The Chillicothe 6 Demand Proof, Closure, About ID Of Body appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Video blogger Zhang Moumou, known online as “Qi Qi,” was arrested following a broadcast in which the 20-year-old inserted a live eel inside her vagina. The post True Slime: Vlogger Busted After Near-Fatal Sex Act With Live Eel appeared first on CrimeFeed.
During Gregory Graf's trial, the jury had to view a shocking six-minute video that showed Graf abusing Jessica Padgett's lifeless body, whose head he had covered in a plastic bag. The post Man Who Killed His Stepdaughter To Have Sex With Her Corpse Won’t OK Divorce From Her Mom appeared first on CrimeFeed.
All four commissioners agreed to grant parole to O.J. Simpson, and the former football star was visibly emotional as they read their decision and he said "Thank you." The post O.J. Simpson Granted Parole, Will Be A Free Man In October appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Prior to entering the Century 16 theater in Aurora, Colorado, 22-year-old James Eagen Holmes had dyed his hair fluorescent red and referred to himself as “The Joker,” in reference to the Batman villain. The post Aurora Movie Theater Shooting: 5 Years Later, 5 Other “Joker” Crimes appeared first on CrimeFeed.
LAS VEGAS, NV--Thirteen years after his not guilty murder verdict, O.J. Simpson got convicted for robbing a Vegas memorabilia dealer of items that used to belong to him. He's been in jail ever since. The post What To Know About O.J. Simpson’s Las Vegas Memorabilia Heist appeared first on CrimeFeed.
On July 20, 1984, Alton Coleman and Debra Brown were finally apprehended by police in Illinois after going on a two-month, six-state killing spree that left eight people dead. The post Killer Couple: Alton Coleman & Debra Brown Were Apprehended 33 Years Ago Today appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson took some time to share with us what he thinks will happen at O.J. Simpson's parole hearing tomorrow. The post “Sin City Justice’s” Steve Wolfson Shares What He Thinks Will Happen At O.J. Simpson’s Parole Hearing appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Could O.J. Simpson's chance at being paroled tomorrow be in jeopardy after he was caught masturbating in his cell? The post If O.J. Simpson Was Caught Masturbating In Prison Cell, Could It Block Parole Chances? appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Melanie McGuire dismembered her husband’s corpse with a power saw and stuffed him into 3 matching suitcases. She tossed the luggage into Chesapeake Bay. The post Crime History: New Jersey “Suitcase Killer” Melanie McGuire Gets Life appeared first on CrimeFeed.
On the final day of the Blue Whale Challenge, players are supposedly encouraged to commit suicide — and film the whole thing. The post Alleged Mastermind Behind “Blue Whale” Online Suicide Game Gets Jail Time appeared first on CrimeFeed.