Monthly Archives: April, 2016

Is suspect a male or female? Police need public’s help

It is being reported on April 22, 2016 that Police in Midlothian, TX are asking the public for help in identifying a murder suspect.  A 45-year-old woman , Missy Bevers, was attacked and killed Creekside Church of Christ at around 4:00 AM Monday, April 18, 2016.  A suspect wearing police gear was captured by motion-activated surveillance cameras in the church shortly before the murder.

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20,000 sign petition to stop Amanda Knox ex from being on TV

After the international publicity announcing Amanda Knox’s ex-lover, Raffaele Sollecito being hired as a crime expert on Italian TV, thousands of people signed a petition to stop him.  A petition was created in Italian to be sent to the director of Tgcom24, Paul Landry, asking him to remove Sollecito from their program, ‘The Yellow of the week.’

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Homicidal hygienist now FBI’s most wanted

Composite Photo with Images of Brenda Delgado Under Ten Most Wanted Fugitives Banner

It is being reported on April 7, 2016 that the homicidal hygienist, Brenda Delgado, who orchestrated a hit on a Dallas dentist on  has now made the FBI “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list. Delgado hired a man and woman to murder 35-year-old pediatric dentist, Dr. Kendra Hatcher in a parking garage on September 2, 2015.

Brenda Delgado, a dental hygienist, had ordered the hit on Dr. Hatcher because she was jealous of her dating Delgado’s ex-boyfriend, also a dentist. Continue reading →

Amanda Knox and her ex: Enough is enough


A prisoner serves a sixteen-year-sentence for a murder that the courts have declared he did not commit, while a former murder convict is currently being touted as a “crime expert.”  Before this, a creative writing major was blasted across the media waves as a “journalist”  Such are the public relations antics being played out in the news.  All part of an ongoing communications war between three devious defendants in the Meredith Kercher murder case:  Rudy Guede, Raffaele Sollecito and Amanda Knox.  So far the score is: two acquittals, one conviction.

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