On November 3, 1998, Wayne Adam Ford walked into the Sheriff’s Department in Eureka, California, with his brother. Ford tearfully broke down and confessed to murdering four women. Deputies might not have known what to believe if it weren’t for the severed human breast he had brought with him in a baggie that had belonged to one of the victims.
Matthew Cordle the guy who confessed on Youtube in early September 2013 to having committing a fatal DUI hit and run was sentenced this week. In the video Cordle promised to confess and plead guilty to the crime. Despite some Internet drama when he initially pleaded not guilty, Cordle did ultimately keep his word.
Matthew Cordle, the man who promised on Youtube to take responsibility for killing a man while driving drunk, entered a guilty plea in an Ohio court today.
Matthew Cordle, the man who promised on Youtube to take responsibility for his drunk driving crash that killed a man, surprised a court today when he plead not guilty. He says he’ll make good and enter a guilty at his next appearance on Sept 18th.
Mathew Cordle, the man who posted a confession in which he says he “killed a man,” has been indicted by a grand jury today and will face up to eight and a half years in prison.
A 22-year-old confesses to killing a man in a video posted on a web startup site called becauseisaidiwould.com
What should you do if your friend on Facebook posts a horrifying confession? Today we found a guide of Do’s and Don’ts if that should happen.
Killers who would have gotten away with it, but felt compelled to tell.
On May 20, 1998, 15-year-old Kipland Kinkel was expelled from school for having a loaded handgun in his locker. When he came home, his parents weren’t pleased and threatened to send him to boarding school. He shot them both to death. The next day, Kip went to school and started firing. He killed two students and wounded 25.
On February 7, 2010, Russell Williams, a high-ranking and medal studded member of the Canadian Forces, was ushered into a police interrogation room. Chiseled and confident, Williams was at first jovial, making small talk with the Detective Sargeant Jim Smyth. But it quickly becomes clear that Williams isn’t there to pal around with fellow men of service.