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Elias Abuelazam’s Cases Suspended Pending Appeal

The prosecution in Flint, Michigan has suspected all other cases against Elias Abuelazam until the appeal on his first degree murder conviction is resolved. Earlier this year, Abuelazam was convicted of the August 2, 2012 murder of Arnold Minor. He as been charged in two other murders and in six…


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Posted by on October 14th, 2012 - No Comments

Dayton Leroy Rogers Off Death Row (Again)

Dayton Leroy Rogers, who was convicted in 1989 of killing six women, has been in and out of death row several times already. The Oregon Supreme Court struck down his death sentences in 1992 and 2000. His most recent death sentence was handed down in 2006, has again been overturned….


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Posted by on October 14th, 2012 - 1 Comment

Peter Moore Begins New Appeal

Peter Moore, who killed four gay men in late 1995, has begun an appeal of his life sentence at the Court of Appeal in London. Earlier this year, Moore and two other convicted murderers attempted to convince the European Court of Human Rights that their life sentences amounted to inhuman…


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Posted by on October 14th, 2012 - No Comments

This Week on “Very Bad Men”

“Very Bad Men” on Information Discovery this week has one new episode and one repeat. The 10pm episode is new, and focuses on Jeremy Bryan Jones: Episode 9 “Like a Hurricane” In the wake of Hurricane Ivan, two daughters discover their mother’s body in the charred remains of her home….


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Posted by on October 3rd, 2012 - No Comments

Victim Studies 023: Dennis Rader

Denis Rader, otherwise known as The BTK Killer, began his murder series in 1974, at the age of 28, and ended in 1991, in Kansas, United States. In 2005, he was found guilty for the murders of ten people and was sentenced to ten consecutive life terms in prison. Before…


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Posted by on October 2nd, 2012 - No Comments

This Week on “Very Bad Men”

Tonight’s 10pm episode of “Very Bad Men” features serial killer David Parker Ray: A 21 year old woman claims she has barely escaped the clutches of a sadistic attacker after 3 days of sexual torture. When police hear her tale, they arrest a local couple in Elephant Butte NM. The…


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Posted by on September 27th, 2012 - No Comments

“Highway of Tears” Murders May Be Tied to Bobby Jack Fowler

Bobby Jack Fowler appears to be responsible for one or more murders in British Columbia. The cases were known as the “Highway of Tears” murders. Fowler died in prison in Oregon in 2006, after being convicted of kidnapping in the 1st degree, sexual abuse in the 1st degree, assault in…


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Posted by on September 27th, 2012 - No Comments

Joseph Naso Trial Delayed

After being asked to delay the trial where Joseph Naso will defend himself against four counts of murder, Judge Andrew Sweet has agreed to push jury selection to January 14, 2013. Naso wanted to delay until February or March, or even longer. Naso has burned through a number of legal…


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Posted by on September 27th, 2012 - No Comments

This Week on “Very Bad Men”

Two new episodes of “Very Bad Men” are coming out this week. The first looks at Ernie Christie: EPISODE 2: “Haunted” For 22 years, Sam Christie has lived with a horrible secret. After he starts seeing ghosts, he decides to confront the past and calls police. When he was young,…


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Posted by on September 11th, 2012 - No Comments

Dale Hausner Waives Appeals

Convicted serial murderer Dale Shawn Hausner has sent a hand written letter to the Arizona Supreme Court asking that all future appeals regarding his death sentence be waived, and that a warrant for his execution be issued. With testimony from accomplice Samuel J. Dieteman, Hausner was convicted of six murder…


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Posted by on September 11th, 2012 - 1 Comment