New disturbing details are emerging about the school shooting that took two lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico two months ago. William Atchison, 21, attacked Aztec High School on Dec. 7, killing two teens before turning a gun on himself.
In death, markings left on his body are giving investigators some insight into the shooter’s ideations. A 25-page report has just been released on Atchison’s body by The Office of the Medical Investigator. According to the report, Atchison bore both a swastika and the letters “SS,” an abbreviation for part of the Nazi Party, on his leg, KRQE reports. Additionally, Atchison had “AMOG” inked on that leg. “AMOG” means alpha male, a term often associated with misogyny. The words “build wall,” were found above his left knee, KOB4 reports, which appears to be a reference to President Donald Trump’s promise to “build a wall” in an attempt to keep illegal
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NEW YORK, NY – Oxygen Media, the network for high-quality crime programming, debuts new original series “In Ice Cold Blood” on Sunday, April 1 at 7pm ET/PT. Hosted and executive produced by Grammy and NAACP Image Award winner Ice-T (“Law Order: Special Victims Unit”), the series spotlights shocking true stories involving sex, money, murder – or a fatal cocktail of all three. Told through in-depth interviews, reenactments and archival footage, each hour-long episode delves into an edgy mystery filled with expert detective work, unexpected turns and stunning revelations.
“‘In Ice Cold Blood’ is a chilling depiction of basic human desires unbridled, taking viewers on a shocking, unexpected ride,” says Rod Aissa, Executive Vice President, Original Programming and Development, Oxygen Media. “Ice-T’s appreciation for the true crime space, and his ability to draw the viewer in, take the series to another level.”
Executive Producer Ice-T adds, “I’m glad to call
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Two Illinois women have filed a lawsuit against the beauty company Ulta, citing numerous social media posts by former employees that accuse the company of re-selling used products that have been returned to the store.
According to Jezebel, the suit states that the dangerous re-selling policy, which poses a potential health risk for customers, is due to bureaucratic rules on the number of returned products that can be thrown away. Managers are forced to put products back on the shelf after re-sealing them due to the restrictions.
Social media users both disputed and agreed with testimony from alleged former employees.
“So I was a former employee at ULTA and whenever a customer would return a product, we were told by managers to repackage / reseal the item
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A mother from Charlotte, North Carolina, has been sentenced to seven days in jail for having her daughter baptized without the dad’s consent. According to WSOC-TV, the baptism happened a few years ago when Kendra Stocks and Paul Schaaf were embroiled in a heated custody battle over their daughter. According to court documents, the two definitely butted heads over religion.
The courts reportedly granted Schaaf the final decision-making authority on all legal custody decisions. According to WSOC-TV, that includes religion. In fact, Judge Sean Smith gave the dad full custody “specifically including decisions concerning religion,” the Charlotte Observer reported. Both parents were warned that they must obey the rules or face potential jail time.
Just one day after a judge warned the couple of that, Stocks baptized her daughter, according to court documents. Schaaf found out about it on Facebook.
Court documents state that “the mother has acted selfishly by
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Amidst the tragedy of Wednesday’s school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, there are tales of bravery. On Twitter, a story of an assistant football coach sacrificing his life to save his students has emerged.
According to the Miami Herald, Coach Aaron Feis was shot during the Parkland shooting that killed 17 and injured 14 others.
“Coach Feis has not passed. He was shot but is not dead,” Jordan May, another coach at the high school, said on Twitter on Wednesday afternoon. However, by 9 PM, Broward Sheriff Scott Israel announced that “a beloved football coach is dead.” The name of that coach was not disclosed. May’s original quote has since been deleted.
The football team’s Twitter wrote, “He selflessly shielded students from the shooter when he was shot. He died a hero.” According to the Sun
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Authorities are investigating the death of a 24-year-old woman in Columbus, Ohio. As WKBN reported, Rachael Anderson’s body was found in her apartment on Monday. She had celebrated her birthday a day before.
“We don’t know exactly what happened, what caused her death, but the homicide unit is currently investigating,” Sgt. Dean Worthington said. Authorities are currently trying to find out what happened to the Youngstown State University graduate and aspiring funeral director
At the moment, there are no motives or suspects, and the manner of death has not been revealed.
“From here, the homicide detectives will wait for the coroner’s office to determine the cause of death and, of course, they’ll continue to look for any witnesses and suspects that may be out there,” Worthington said.
Authorities got suspicious when Anderson didn’t show up for work at the Shaw-Davis Funeral Home. She also wasn’t answering her phone.
“To know Rachael was to love
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The brother of DJ Khaled’s fiancée was fatally shot in the Bronx over the weekend. According to PIX11, he was killed while allegedly attempting to purchase marijuana.
Jonathan Tuck — the younger brother of Nicole Tuck— was shot in the face Sunday evening inside an apartment not far from Tuck’s home, the New York Daily News reported. There was reportedly an argument before the shooting, but it is unclear if the alleged marijuana purchase had anything to do with the altercation.
TMZ wrote, “Nicole Tuck’s brother Jonathan was killed in a Bronx apartment Sunday during what the NYPD called a botched weed deal. However, sources close to the family tell us Jonathan was only at the apartment to watch the Super Bowl.”
A 34-year-old man was reportedly brought into police for questioning. At this time, though, no arrests have been made.
Tuck, 25, has a 1-year-old daughter, friend Brandon Davis told
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Episode three starts in May of 1997, a perfume salesperson on a home shopping network anxiously calls her husband from the airport. Crime aficionados will have recognized that her last name is shared with one of Cunanan’s victims. She comes home to find melted ice cream on the kitchen table and an otherwise empty and undisturbed house. A neighbor investigates while the police are called.
“I knew it.”
One week earlier in Chicago. Marilyn Miglin is giving some form of motivational speech and notes that “so often we are told that the American dream is dead,” while espousing some boot-strap rhetoric about hard work and success. She describes Lee as “the perfect husband.”
Murphy, once again without subtlety, is making a statement on gay life before the current social movement we find ourselves in: when good, kind people had to keep their sexualities hidden and sublimate
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A Missouri man has been charged with the gruesome killing of a toddler and her entire family. According to Fox News, 24-year-old Drew Atchison of Williamsville, Missouri has been charged in the deaths of 23-year-old Samara Fontaine Kitts, her high school sweetheart and boyfriend, 24-year-old Harley Michael Million, and their toddler daughter, 17-month-old Willa Fontaine Million (all seen above from their 2018 holiday photo).
Atchison reportedly fatally stabbed the two parents on Thursday at their home, per court documents. He then placed the bodies in the truck belonging to Million. The toddler was kept locked in a room overnight with dogs. The next day, the suspect returned to the home to apparently destroy evidence of the crime. At that point, he kidnapped the toddler and took her to the woods nearby. He disposed of the murder weapon, which was the knife he used on the parents, and then fatally shot the
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The longtime partner of Gianni Versace is coming out against his portrayal in the crime drama American Crime Story. According to People, Antonio D’Amico finds significant parts of the TV series to be inaccurate, including his relationship with the fashion designer.
“Significant parts of the [series] on Gianni Versace’s murder do not reflect the reality of the events that took place,” says D’Amico. “I feel — together with those who know me well — that my character … is a misrepresentation of myself and what our relationship was like.” In the series, Gianni wants a family and D’Amico stops him because of his own playboy lifestyle. “Neither Gianni nor I were looking to get married or to have children,” he says. “All we wanted was to live our relationship in the open — as we did. We were more than happy to have the nieces and nephews that we had and were not
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