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Missouri Woman Recalls Moment She Suspected Her Mom Tried to Kill Her
A Missouri woman who nearly died after her mother poisoned her with anti-freeze said she suspected that her mother was planning to kill her after reading her journal. "She had this journal that she wrote her thoughts. She wrote the deaths of Shaun, my brother, and me. And that's what worried me I
Mom, Daughter Describe Killing Family Members With Anti-Freeze in Never-Before-Seen Interrogation Tapes
In never-before-seen interrogation tapes, a Missouri mother-daughter duo who are currently serving prison time for poisoning and killing members of their own family with anti-freeze are heard describing how and why they did it in their own words. "I'm not a perpetual killer. I'm just stupid," the
Why This Virginia Lawmaker Was Forced to Celebrate His Re-Election Victory in Jail
A Virginia state lawmaker is serving time behind bars following an alleged tryst with his former receptionist when she was 17, but voters didn’t let that stop them from re-electing him to the state legislature in a special election Tuesday. Joseph Morrissey , 57, a former Democrat who renounced his
Joe Mixon reaches plea deal
Oklahoma freshman running back Joe Mixon reached a plea deal this week to avoid going to trial on the misdemeanor charge of acts resulting in gross injury. Mixon entered an Alford plea, which allowed him to continue asserting his innocence. He was handed a one-year deferred sentence, 100 hours of
Jurors Deadlocked on Verdict for Man's Murder Trial
Act 10: Janet Abaroa's family and Vanessa Pond find little comfort in Raven Abaroa's fate.
Jurors Deliver a Shocking Decision
Act 5: Janet Abaroa's family and Vanessa Pond find little comfort in Raven Abaroa's fate.
Woman 'Lucky' to Get Away from Husband Accused of Murdering 1st Wife
Vanessa Pond Feared Her Husband, Raven Abaroa, Killed His 1st Wife, Janet Abaroa.
Husband Accepts Sentence for Killing Wife
Raven Abaroa maintains his innocence but agreed to plead guilty to voluntary manslaughter.
Amanda Knox Confides in Ryan Ferguson, Who Was Wrongly Convicted of Murder
Amanda Knox has confided to Ryan Ferguson, who spent 10 years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit, that she is hopeful that “justice will prevail” when an Italian jury renders yet another verdict on her this week. Knox expects to hear on Thursday...