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(AP) – A man who served nearly three decades in prison for a triple killing in Philadelphia in what prosecutors called a “perfect storm” of injustice was freed after a judge threw out his conviction. “Theophalis Wilson, you are free to go,” Judge Tracy Brandeis-Roman said Tuesday as extended family and friends who packed the ...

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The family of Botham Jean plans to file a separate lawsuit against South Side Flats, the apartment complex where  he was fatally shot, the Dallas Morning News says. The publication quotes Jean family Attorney Lee Merritt as having said Saturday that a confusing layout on the upper floors, coupled with a faulty door mechanism, created […]

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A woman who told reporters that she was the first to enter the home where the body of murdered football coach Cassius Glasgow was found, disclosed Monday night that the house had been searched. “I as the first to enter the place. When I enter I see him naked with blood coming from his head. […]

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Tesha Miller, the man convicted in relation to the 2008 murder of former chairman of the Jamaica Urban Transit Company Douglas Chambers, was today sentenced to 38 years and nine months. On the charge of accessory before the fact to murder Miller was sentenced to 38 years and nine months while he ...

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(BARBADOS NATION) — All eighty-four murder accused, some with cases as old as ten years, will have their day in court this year. In addition, with 54 matters awaiting sentencing, the new Assizes system will see the last Friday of each month dedicated to those decisions, with the intention of reducing that backlog by the ...

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Trinidad Guardian:– The first day of school be­gan trag­i­cal­ly for pupils of the Ba­by’s Pre-School who saw their prin­ci­pal be­ing bru­tal­ly stabbed in what po­lice have de­scribed as an in­ci­dent of do­mes­tic vi­o­lence. At about 7.20 am Jezelle Philip was at pre-school lo­cat­ed at the cor­ner of In­de­pen­dence Square and George Street, Port-of-Spain when she […]

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — A face-off between a multiple murder suspect and a special forces soldier in Maloney early today ended in the death of the criminal suspect. The dead man has been identified as Jamal Bain, who was a suspect in a killing at Building 9, Maloney in August 2019 where a woman and two ...

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New York Daily News:- A 9-year-old boy charged with five counts of murder for the mobile home fire that claimed the lives of several of his family members is slated to be evaluated by a Chicago-area childhood trauma expert, who will determine whether he is able to stand trial. “Based on my interaction and conversation […]

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