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‘Criminal Minds’ Star Paget Brewster Teases Prentiss & Mendoza’s Budding Romance

The FBI agents of Criminal Minds suddenly have love on the brain. Behavioral Analysis Unit chief David Rossi (Joe Mantegna) recently re-popped the question to his third ex-wife, Krystall Richards (Gail O’Grady). Sexy Luke Alvez (Adam Rodriguez) just moved in with ER doctor Lisa Douglas (Daniella Alonso).

And in the December 12 episode, even relationship-phobic special agent Emily Prentiss (Paget Brewster) gets frisky, entering into a romance with Andrew Mendoza (Being Mary Jane’s Stephen Bishop), a fellow Fed she met while hunting a crazy dubbed the Machete Killer a few episodes back.

'Criminal Minds' EP on Garcia's Darker Side, Reid's Recovery  Rossi's Romance

‘Criminal Minds’ EP on Garcia’s Darker Side, Reid’s Recovery Rossi’s Romance

Does EP Erica Messer have an endgame for the long-running series?

“Prentiss likes that Mendoza understands what her life is,” Brewster says. “And he’s thoughtful and funny.” So, as the BAU tracks

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Oxygen’s ‘Criminal Confessions’ Exposes Prolific Green River Killer Gary Ridgway’s Double Life (EXCLUSIVE)

He is known as the most prolific serial killer in the history of the United States, but he was as nice and normal as they come. Gary Ridgway, aka the Green River Killer, lived a normal life even though he is believed to have murdered more than 90 women throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Gary pleaded guilty to 48 murders in 2003, and he is currently serving a life sentence without parole. Now, in Oxygen’s upcoming episode of Criminal Confessions, true crime aficionados will be able to find out how FBI profiler, Dr. Mary Ellen O’Toole helped authorities to get inside Gary’s mind in order to get him to confess. In an exclusive interview with In Touch, Dr. O’Toole opened up about what it was like sitting face-to-face Gary.

“The reality of the number of murders that Gary committed really stood out to me. He was a quiet, somewhat demure

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Green River Killer: Gary Ridgway on ‘Criminal Confessions’

He is known as the most prolific serial killer in the history of the United States, but he was as nice and normal as they come. Gary Ridgway, aka the Green River Killer, lived a normal life even though he is believed to have murdered more than 90 women throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Gary pleaded guilty to 48 murders in 2003, and he is currently serving a life sentence without parole. Now, in Oxygen’s upcoming episode of Criminal Confessions, true crime aficionados will be able to find out how FBI profiler, Dr. Mary Ellen O’Toole helped authorities to get inside Gary’s mind in order to get him to confess. In an exclusive interview with In Touch, Dr. O’Toole opened up about what it was like sitting face-to-face Gary.

“The reality of the number of murders that Gary committed really stood out to me. He was a quiet, somewhat demure

Read more at: https://www.intouchweekly.com/posts/green-river-killer-gary-ridgway-on-criminal-confessions/

Oxygen’s ‘Criminal Confessions’ Exposes Prolific Green River Killer Gary Ridgway’s …

He is known as the most prolific serial killer in the history of the United States, but he was as nice and normal as they come. Gary Ridgway, aka the Green River Killer, lived a normal life even though he is believed to have murdered more than 90 women throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Gary pleaded guilty to 48 murders in 2003, and he is currently serving a life sentence without parole. Now, in Oxygen’s upcoming episode of Criminal Confessions, true crime aficionados will be able to find out how FBI profiler, Dr. Mary Ellen O’Toole helped authorities to get inside Gary’s mind in order to get him to confess. In an exclusive interview with In Touch, Dr. O’Toole opened up about what it was like sitting face-to-face Gary.

“The reality of the number of murders that Gary committed really stood out to me. He was a quiet, somewhat demure

Read more at: https://www.intouchweekly.com/posts/green-river-killer-gary-ridgway-on-criminal-confessions/

Listen: Late XXXTentacion Making Criminal Confessions

The world was thrown into a state of mourning and shock when late rapper, XXXTentacion was shot dead in a shooting. Prior to his death, the controversial rapper was awaiting trial for aggravated battery of a pregnant victim, domestic battery by strangulation, and false imprisonment, among others.

The news of his death became a controversial subject as some celebrated his demise while some other fans of his attacked his girlfriend who has accused him of domestic abuse.

In a 2016 recording when the rapper was still alive, the rapper is heard speaking to a group of friends about “f***ing” his then-girlfriend up and stabbing eight people.

“That girl is scared for her life,” he said in the recording provided to Pitchfork by the Miami-Dade County state attorney’s office.

The recording is a disturbing one, as he talks casually of violent crimes he committed.

Listen to audio HERE.

Read more at: https://guardian.ng/life/music/listen-late-xxxtentacion-making-criminal-confessions/

Criminal Confessions: Was Brad Mcgarry’s Murder a Hate Crime?

Detectives in Belmont County, OH had their work cut out for them. In May 2017, a local coal miner named Brad McGarry was found shot dead in the basement of his home and there was little evidence to point local law enforcement in the right direction. Now, in a sneak peek for Episode 3 of Oxygen’s Criminal Confessions, one of Brad’s friends revealed why she thinks Brad’s death was possibly a hate crime. Watch our exclusive Criminal Confessions sneak peek above and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.

In the footage from the questioning, a detective asked Brad’s friend if anyone would have a motive to kill him. “There’s no reason,” the friend said. “If this is not a hate crime…I mean, I don’t know.”

Detective Sergeant Doug Cruse, of the Belmont County Sheriff’s Office, explained that the Belmont County community is a very religious and conservative community. 

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‘Criminal Confessions’: Detective In Jenelle Potter Double-Murder Believes CIA Agent Was Never Real (EXCLUSIVE)

You’re not going to want to miss this, true crime fans. Oxygen’s show Criminal Confessions returns for Season 2 on Saturday Oct. 13 at 8 p.m., and the first story they’ll cover is one of the wildest yet. The show, executive produced by Dick Wolf, will recount the case of Jenelle Potter, a sickly girl who seemingly fell in love with her friend’s brother. That brother was Billy Payne Jr. and his fiancée was Billie Jean Hayworth. Jenelle accused the pair of harassing her on Facebook non-stop, and then one day, they were found murdered with their baby nearby. Watch the exclusive sneak peek, above! 

The story takes some wild twists and turns including a mysterious CIA agent, a secret boyfriend, Jenelle’s over-protective parents, and fake online personas before four people end up charged with murder. Recently, In Touch spoke exclusively with Detective Scott Lott,

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‘Criminal Confessions’


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‘Terrifier’

Move over Pennywise, there’s a new demented clown on the block. Art The Clown, the murderous fella at the center of 2017’s Terrifier, may lack the ability to transform himself into a giant spider, but his arsenal of rudimentary home tools —including a hammer, scissors, and a hacksaw— is more than enough for him to do some serious damage on… Read more

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Dick Wolf Talks ‘Criminal Confessions’ Season 2

Television producer Dick Wolf is known for creating suspenseful, thrilling crime series, take Law and Order or Chicago PD for example. In a world inundated with police brutality, erratic politicians and violent crimes, there’s no shortage of inspiration for Wolf. It’s the realness that he brings to each fictional program that captivates his fan base. 

Wolf, however, isn’t limited fiction. In October 2017, his true crime series Criminal Confessions premiered on Oxygen. The series focuses on what really happens in interrogation rooms. The show, which will return for its second season on Saturday, reveals the techniques used to get confessions from perpetrators in a way that allows viewers to compare the fictional interrogations seen on their favorite crime dramas to reality.

Wolf sees the differences between the fiction and reality, but keeps reality close in all he writes. “Criminal Confessions is real life, which is reflected in my scripted series. But there is a difference between seeing

Read more at: https://www.newsweek.com/dick-wolf-speak-importance-reality-fiction-and-his-true-crime-show-criminal-1160437

Dick Wolf Talks ‘Criminal Confessions’ Season 2 And How Interrogation Brings Victims Justice

Television producer Dick Wolf is known for creating suspenseful, thrilling crime series, take Law and Order or Chicago PD for example. In a world inundated with police brutality, erratic politicians and violent crimes, there’s no shortage of inspiration for Wolf. It’s the realness that he brings to each fictional program that captivates his fan base. 

Wolf, however, isn’t limited fiction. In October 2017, his true crime series Criminal Confessions premiered on Oxygen. The series focuses on what really happens in interrogation rooms. The show, which will return for its second season on Saturday, reveals the techniques used to get confessions from perpetrators in a way that allows viewers to compare the fictional interrogations seen on their favorite crime dramas to reality.

Wolf sees the differences between the fiction and reality, but keeps reality close in all he writes. “Criminal Confessions is real life, which is reflected in my scripted series. But there is a difference between seeing

Read more at: https://www.newsweek.com/dick-wolf-speak-importance-reality-fiction-and-his-true-crime-show-criminal-1160437