Contract Killing Videos
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.
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.
Mistrial Declared in Murder for Hire Trial
Dalia Dippolito was accused of hiring an undercover cop posing as a hitman to kill her husband.
Jurors Say They're Deadlocked in Murder -for -Hire Retrial
The judge in the Dalia Dippolito trial told jurors to keep trying for a verdict as they asked to rewatch and rehear all audio and video recordings of 34-year-old Dippolito.
Jury Deliberations Begin in Murder -for -Hire Trial of Dalia Dippolito
And now to a bombshell in another case. Is it a hung jury? The jury telling the judge late today, they are deadlocked. The wife accused of ordering a hitman to kill her husband. The video captured by investigators. Tonight, what the judge has now ordered the jury to do. ABC's Mara schiavocampo with
New Detail Revealed in Murder -for -Hire Retrial
Dalia Dippolito's lawyer revealed in court during closing arguments that Dippolito, accused of hiring an undercover officer posing as a hitman to kill her newlywed husband, has a child.
Dalia Dippolito Expected to Take Stand in Murder -for -Hire Retrial
Dippolito, accused of paying an undercover cop to kill her husband, could take the stand as the defense argues that the police department was fame-hungry and desperate to be featured on "Cops."