An army officer accused of sexually assaulting several young girls in Colorado is planning to use the prosecution’s DNA evidence to point to another suspect — his identical twin brother.
Followers of Family Radio owner Harold Camping were warned to prepare for the end of the world on Oct 21, 2011, postponed from the original date of May 21. A look in photos at some dubious shepherds who led their flocks astray.
Beloved comedian of the silent screen, Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle, considered second only to Chaplin, was accused of rape and murder after Rappe died mysteriously on September 9, 1921, accusing him, "Roscoe hurt me." she had said. It would take three trials to sort out what happened. Though he was exonerated, Arbuckle’s films were banned and he was shunned.
The terrified people of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, who frankly see well more than their share of lethal violence, have a new dark heroine in their midst: A black-clad vigilante who calls her self “Diana, Huntress of Bus Drivers.” She publicly executed two bus drivers in recent days and is wanted by police. Her true identity is still a mystery.
Things have turned sour in Sugar Land. A 33-year-old woman in the sweetly named Houston suburb has been arrested following allegations that she sexually assaulted her teenage daughter’s 14-year-old ex-boyfriend.
On July 1, 2003, a 19-year-old hotel employee reported to police that Bryant had sexually assaulted her in his room. A look back at the case in photos.
Andrew Luster, heir to the Max Factor fortune, was convicted of drugging and raping young women, and videotaping his crimes. Luster fled to Mexico, where he was captured on June 18, 2003, by TV bounty hunter, Duane "Dog" Chapman.
Max Factor heir Luster fled to Mexico when conviction for drugging, raping and videotaping young women seemed imminent. He was tried and convicted in absentia. Ultimately he was tracked down and collared on June 18, 2003, by famous bounty hunter Duane ‘Dog’ Chapman.
Would you trust this man with you teenage daughter? Florida man Ramon Renfro seems to have been permitted to take six teenagers camping, before allegedly getting them drunk with the hard alcohol he brought along, and then sexually assaulting the three girls, ages 14, 15 and 16.
The eccentric “homefree” hitchhiker who became a Youtube sensation after saving a woman from a “giant racist” is now accused of murder. In this below video, McGillvary describes the abuse he endured as a child. The audio comes from a radio interview he gave before his arrest.