Paula Cooper admitted to killing a Bible studies teacher as part of a robbery in 1985. Back then, Cooper was 15 — and she was 16 when she was sentenced to die.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A woman who was sentenced to death at age 16 for taking part in the torture and murder of a 78-year-old bible studies teacher was released from an Indiana prison Monday after growing to middle age behind bars.
Paula Cooper, 43, was sentenced to death in 1986 after confessing to her part in the torture and murder of a 78-year-old bible studies teacher
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A woman who was sentenced to death at age 16 after she confessed to her part in the torture and murder of a 78-year-old bible studies teacher has been released from an Indiana prison after spending a quarter century behind bars.
#TPSER9 I spoke too soon when I referred below to a 2001 article in the Journal of Pediatric Surgery where the editors decided to ignore the death of Lewis Blackman in a summary of cases concerning elective surgery to repair a condition called pectus excavatum (sunken chest). Show More Summary
Suspect admits to theft, but denies being a murderer (part 1) Suspect denies taking part in man’s murder (part 2) State says woman to face death (part 1) Prosecution notifies woman death penalty is sought (part 2) Twist said she hit man, two testify (part 1) Witnesses recall night of murder (part 2) Seeking a […]
For the better part of 18 months, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) seemingly couldn’t nail the sweet spot with its marketing campaigns. That time frame coincides precisely with Steve Jobs’ death in October 2011; the company’s co-founder was instrumental in coming up with Apple’s marketing strategy. In his absence, those advertising duties have fallen onto the shoulders [...]
For the better part of 18 months, Apple seemingly couldn't nail the sweet spot with its marketing campaigns. That time frame coincides precisely with Steve Jobs' death in October 2011; the company's co-founder was instrumental in coming...Show More Summary
Part two of our weekly mix series. This time it's South American music and early punk. ¡Muy caliente!
A recuperating Paris Jackson has told close family members that she doesn’t want any part of the wrongful death lawsuit against AEG regarding her father’s death, RadarOnline has learned exclusively.… READ ON
Three weeks ago I wrote about Christians having to live with TV and pop culture that is frankly yucky. I said that even though pop culture is often disgusting and rotten, Christians who are coming alive in Christ have to engage with it because 1. there is some good in it still and 2. they [...]
What is a natural death, anyway? I get it – death is part of the cycle of life. Seasons change. The moon waxes and wanes. We are born. We die. Death is natural. But what is a “natural” death? Seriously, what comes to mind when you think of natural death? Here is a video of [...]
"Maybe we want to start thinking of trees as part of our public health infrastructure," says one U.S. Forest Service researcher.
As storms and rain threaten much of the rest of the country, record-breaking heat in parts of the Southwest was believed to be responsible for at least two deaths this weekend. Boy Scout leader Clawson Bowman Jr., a 69-year-old Las Vegas native, was found dead Saturday in Lake Me …
Born in 1914, pianist/vocalist m: Sing Miller was active on the New Orleans scene from the late 1920s until his death in 1990. If Sing didn't like something, he'd let you know. "Man...that ball don't bounce," is a Sing-saying drummer...Show More Summary
Today is the day when, to the surprise of no one, Cory Booker formally announced that he is running for the U.S. Senate seat vacated by the death of Senator Frank Lautenberg. Booker's announcement was in two parts - north and south - with a gathering in Newark this morning and Willingboro this afternoon. Show More Summary
As part of its defense strategy, AEG subpoenaed Paris, and about two months ago, she submitted a deposition. Ever since then, the media have speculated that she would appear during the trial. Through it all, the Jackson family has insisted -- laughably -- that it's doing its utter best to protect Paris and her two brothers.
Maybe having a witch-hunt at the House of Dior isn't the best way to help either artists or the population at large who benefit so enormously from art. We look to Galliano's own reckoning in the upcoming Vanity Fair, and Alexis Roche concludes for me, "I believe the interview is finished. God bless."
Andrew Craibe, the Salvation Army’s media relations director, appeared on a radio show with host Serena Ryan. “Ryan: According to the Salvation Army gay parents deserve death. How do you respond to that, as part of your doctrine? Craibe: Well, that’s a part of our belief system. Ryan: So they should die. Craibe: You know, [...]
The big news of the night is a bombshell Washington Post report that details how the U.S. government have been able to compel nine leading American Internet companies into providing data in a secret program. The companies involved are Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, PalTalk, AOL, Skype, YouTube, Apple. Show More Summary