In the few short months following the guilty verdict of accused murderer, Alex Murdaugh, various financial and legal details have continued to resurface, leaving onlookers to question or assess the arguably ugly past of the prominent South Carolina family. Serving two consecutive life sentences, Murdaugh was entrapped in various legal woes that contributed to his debt and the subsequent alleged motivation behind his accused lethal actions in 2021, which left both his wife and son slain. One of the stronger theories of Murdaugh’s intent to kill focuses on his inability to pay his various financial misdeeds, including damages in a wrongful death lawsuit. Continue reading
Unsportsmanlike conduct could be a bit of an understatement. After being indicted for the alleged murder of a man in Massachusetts, Aaron Hernandez, former Tight End for the New England Patriots, is also being sued. Alexander Buckley claims that when Hernandez was in college in Florida, he was “shot and left for dead” by the former NFL star. Summoned to the stand during the grand jury investigation into Hernandez, Buckley was asked about the incident that left him with a missing eye. A Superior Court judge in Falls River, MA motioned to see what more information Buckley had against Hernandez. Buckley is seeking $100,000 in damages. Read more
Jonathan Cavallari spotted something unusual this morning at 4:25 a.m. on his security cameras. A fire was ablaze in Spring Creek Park across from the Belt Parkway. The fire grew bigger and firefighters were called to the scene.
You don’t need to be Pro Life to see that Kermit Gosnell was committing murder at his abortion clinic in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Gosnell, now stands on trial for cutting the spines of over a 100 newborns, killing his patient Karnamaya Mongar in a faulty abortion, and abusing the dosages of prescription painkillers.
Gilberto Valle’s sick and disturbing fetish is described by his defense lawyer Julia Gatto as a, “vibrant subculture of role playing.” Gatto is taking an extreme angle defending Valle in his actions of using police databases to find, kidnap, rape, and cannibalize about 100 women. They are resting on the mere fact that Valle never acted on his thoughts and how can you convict someone for simply talking and thinking about killing women.