Jennifer Alfonso News Archive: Jennifer Alfonso murder Derek Medina found guilty in Facebook murder trial Man convicted of killing wife; posted Facebook photo of body Man who posted pic of dead wife on Facebook convicted of murder Florida man found guilty of wife’s murder after posting photo on Facebook Fla. “Facebook Killer” found guilty of […]
Derek Medina, who posted a photo of his dead wife on Facebook with the caption, “Rip Jennifer Alfonso,” was found guilty of second degree murder, shooting a deadly missile and child neglect.
Adam D. Torres had been scheduled to stand trial on Dec. 14 in the 2013 slaying.
Both prosecution and defense had opposed any cameras in court for murder trial of Adam D. Torres.
Fairfax police officer Adam Torres was denied bond in an upcoming murder trial on Nov. 20. Torres is accused of shooting a man in 2013 who officers said had his hands in the air.
At a court hearing on Thursday, the judge didn't cave to her team's pleas and ordered her held without bail until her murder trial. [ more › ]
The judge said he may bar cameras from the courtroom for the remainder of the trial.
Prosecutors oppose any change of venue, say Adam Torres can’t appeal the bond decision to the same court.
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Robert Durst has been sitting in a Louisiana prison since March 14 — the day before the world watched him whisper, "Killed them all, of course," on the finale of HBO documentary The Jinx. Los Angeles County quickly charged him with the 2000 murder of his friend Susan Berman; however,... More »
Jennifer Alfonso News Archive: Jennifer Alfonso murder Trial Date Set for Alleged Facebook Killer Derek Medina Derek Medina Trial Archive Derek Medina Trial Stream Accused Facebook killer wants trial by judge, not jury Florida ‘Facebook Killer’ to claim self defense in wife’s murder Opening statements begin in Derek Medina murder trial Facebook Killer: Wife’s messages […]
Opening statements are set in the murder trial of a Florida man who says he shot his wife in self-defense before allegedly posting a photo of her body on Facebook. A jury was seated Monday to hear evidence in the case of 33-year-old Derek Medina in the August 2013 killing of 27-year-old Jennifer...
BERLIN (AP) — Three defense lawyers in Germany's biggest neo-Nazi murder trial have asked the court in Munich to relieve them of their duties. The lawyers were appointed by the court to defend Beate Zschaepe, who has been on trial since...Show More Summary
A Florida man accused of shooting his wife and posting an image of her lifeless body on Facebook was acting in self defense, his lawyer plans to argue at the start of his Miami murder trial on Tuesday. Derek Medina, 33, has pleaded not guilty to first degree murder and faces life in prison if convicted of the August 2013 shooting. Show More Summary
Jurors began deliberating Monday afternoon in the trial of Joseph Mercado, who is accused of killing his former girlfriend, her brother and father during a shooting spree at the family's home in Hawaiian Gardens more than five years ago. Graphic testimony during the prosecution's closing arguments...
20 years after the infamous OJ Simpson murder trial, Barbara Walters sits down for an exclusive interview with Kato Kaelin. The post Barbara Walters Presents American Scandals: America’s Favorite Houseguest Shares New Insights About The OJ Trial appeared first on CrimeFeed.
On Monday, an interview with famed O.J. Simpson trial witness Kato Kaelin will air on an episode of Barbara Walters Present American Scandals, and the things Kaelin has to say may surprise some viewers. According to People, Kato Kaelin believes NFL star O.J. Show More Summary
20 years after the highly publicized Nicole Brown Simpson murder trial, prosecution witness Kato Kaelin says that OJ Simpson pressured him to provide an alibi — and that he believed… READ ON
News from Pennsylvania: A small-town police officer on trial for fatally shooting an unarmed motorist in the back testified Wednesday in her murder trial that she believed the man had a gun and she feared for her safety as he lay on the ground. Hummelstown Officer Lisa Mearkle told jurors she believed David Kassick was […]