Editor’s note: This is the fourth in our series of programs called “A Princess of Mars.” The story is from a series of books by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Last week, we told how John Carter observed a fierce battle between the green Martians and a race of red, human-like creatures. He also saw the beautiful Princess Dejah Thoris being captured after the battle.
The city of York, population less than 6,000, has been one of the most famous small towns in America this year. TV shows and small armies of camera-toting crews show up seemingly all the time. The fascination is for one big reason – murder.
York will again become a part of America’s fascination with sensational crime at 9 p.m. Sunday as a third television show focusing on the 2010 murder of former Mayor Melvin Roberts airs on “Snapped” – the Oxygen Network’s true crime show, which highlights female criminals.
York’s best-known female criminal, the oldest female inmate in South Carolina, is a real doozy. She was convicted of committing a murder on her 65th birthday while wearing a thong bought at Victoria’s Secret.
Julia Phillips, Roberts’ girlfriend of 10 years, a golddigger and convicted thief and killer, again makes a national TV appearance for the stories she told that nobody
When a white cop kills an unarmed black man, many blacks see a pattern of prejudice that generates official suspicion, hostility and abuse based on skin color. Many whites, however, say it’s the fault of blacks. If they didn’t commit so much crime, they wouldn’t get so much attention from police.
This is not just a favorite theme of overt bigots and Internet trolls. It’s the view of Rudy Giuliani, the former New York mayor and Republican presidential candidate, and many other whites.
Black-on-black crime “is the reason for the heavy police presence in the black community,” he asserted on NBC’s Meet the Press. “So why don’t (they) cut it down so so many white police officers don’t have to be in black areas?”
In this view, African Americans have only themselves to blame for the presence and behavior of cops in their neighborhoods. If they would
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kills an unarmed black man, many blacks see a pattern of prejudice
that generates official suspicion, hostility and abuse based on
skin color. Many whites, however, say it’s the fault of blacks. If
they didn’t commit so much crime, they wouldn’t get so much
attention from police.
Miranda and Elytte Barbour are going to be the subject of an Oxygen Channel show on killer couples.
SUNBURY — The story of the Sunbury Craigslist killers is going to part of the Oxygen Channel’s series “Snapped: Killer Couples.”
A crew from Jupiter Entertainment from Knoxville, Tenn., is in the Sunbury area conducting interviews and filming for the episode.
“The story will be told through the eyes of the prosecution,” field producer Whit Mahan said Tuesday. It will focus on why newlyweds Miranda and Elytte Barbour killed Troy LaFerrara, 42, of Port Trevorton, on Nov. 11, 2013, he said.
The case attracted national attention because LaFerrara was was stabbed and strangled after he answered a Craigslist ad posted by Miranda Barbour.
Miranda Barbour, 19, and her husband, who turned 23 last month, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and were sentenced to life in prison without parole. She is