Contract Killing News
NY officer's body camera reveals horrific crime scene in murder -for -hire plot aftermath
Two police officers in Steuben County, New York, responded to a frantic 911 call just after midnight in September 2015 and ended up walking through a grisly crime scene. One of the officers wearing a body camera captured something that seemed too horrific to be real. The victim was 35-year-old
Inside horrific murder -for -hire crime scene in upstate NY
Officers were wearing body cameras when they discovered Kelley Clayton had been brutally murdered in 2015.
Brothers in Texas get life in prison for 3 Mexico killings
Two brothers have been sentenced to life in prison for their roles in the 2008 killings of three relatives in Mexico
Court rejects appeal of Connecticut woman in murder -for -hire
A court has rejected the appeal of a Connecticut woman convicted in a murder-for-hire case that landed her in prison for life and was depicted in books and TV shows
Condemned inmate seeks info on recent Alabama executions
A condemned Alabama inmate is asking a judge to force the state to turn over records from recent executions, including one where the inmate coughed for the first 13 minutes of the procedure
Texas couple charged with hiring a hitman to kill their exes
Prosecutors say that Valerie McDaniel and her boyfriend Leon Jacob hired an undercover police officer to kill their exes.
Prosecutors look to get defense lawyer kicked off murder -for -hire case
Dalia Dippolito is accused of hiring an undercover officer, posing as a hit man, to kill her husband.
Judge Declares Mistrial in Murder -for -Hire Retrial
Dalia Dippolito, accused of an alleged plot to have her husband killed, is now under house arrest after a deadlocked jury in her retrial.
Judge Declares Mistrial in Dalia Dippolito Case
The jury was spilt down the middle in retrial of the Florida woman accused of hiring a hit man to kill her husband.
Judge Declares Mistrial in Dalia Dippolito's Murder -for -Hire Retrial
A judge has declared a mistrial today in the murder -for-hire case against Dalia Dippolito, the south Florida woman accused of hiring an undercover police officer posing as a hitman to kill her husband of six months, saying jurors were deadlocked. "We the jury, after further deliberation, still