The world’s fascination with true crime has been ever-increasing in the last two decades. As more docuseries about mysteries and murders have been produced, the more the public demands for networks to cater to the genre. There are entire channels devoted to sharing stories of people whose lives have been tragically taken by the hands of another. The Oxygen Network used to be the go-to spot for all thing ratchet with The Bad Girls Club, but even they’ve revamped themselves to becoming the next growing true crime one-stop-shop. The ID Channel is arguably the most popular, as they are consistently unveiling original content about murder and mayhem.
While millions of people are captivated with these gruesome stories, not everyone believes that they should be celebrated. One of the most talked-about murders is that of Jon Benét Ramsey, the six-year-old who was found dead in her
An important new series, “Injustice with Nancy Grace,” debuts on the Oxygen Network Saturday, July 13. at 6 p.m. EST. Each episode exposes an untold and riveting case involving wrongful accusations, botched investigations, suppressed evidence, unclear motives, unjust sentences and the path forward in seeking justice.
Nancy doesn’t just cover crimes, she solves them. Her first case is the mystery of Pamela Vitale, beaten to death in her home. The killer carves a strange symbol into her body. Her husband and Nancy’s good Friend, defense attorney Daniel Horowitz, becomes the prime suspect.
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ST. PAUL, Neb.
A Nebraska man who authorities said had sex with his daughter, and later married her, has been sentenced to serve two years in prison.
Travis Eugene Fieldgrove, 40, of St. Paul, was granted credit for having already served 121 days in the Hall County Jail, The Omaha World-Herald reported. Fieldgrove was also ordered to serve 12 months of post-release supervised probation.
A 12-year-old boy who weighed less than 55 pounds when he died at an Indiana hospital last week was restrained in a motel bathtub and shocked with a dog’s “shock collar” as punishment prior to his death, according to authorities.
Eduardo Posso was pronounced dead early Friday morning at Bloomington Hospital, where Monroe County Sheriff Brad Swain said the boy had been taken, unresponsive, by his father and stepmother. Doctors at the hospital found signs of long-term abuse and starvation in the boy, Swain said.
Special counsel Robert Mueller spoke publicly Wednesday for the first time since the conclusion of his 22-month investigation into Russian election meddling in the 2016 presidential election and its possible ties to President Donald Trump and his campaign officials.
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He spoke for about 10 minutes about the end of the investigation, confirming his findings that Russia attempted to influence the election by various means and emphasizing the his team didn’t make a determination on whether the president obstructed justice in his efforts to end the probe.
Robert Mueller says he’s resigning from the Justice Department
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Two years ago, the Acting Attorney General asked me to serve as Special Counsel, and he created the Special Counsel’s Office.
The appointment order directed the office to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. This included investigating any links or coordination between