Anyone who has been following the Golden State Killer case, or watching I’ll Be Gone in the Dark, will be shocked to read a newly released letter to the court, written by Joseph DeAngelo’s oldest daughter. In the letter, she describes him as a loving and attentive father and grandfather. It’s a bit of a disturbing read, as his daughter neglects to even refer to the lives lost and negatively impacted by the confessed GSK’s cruel acts. Throughout the entire letter she recounts all the positive gestures her father has made in hers and her daughter’s lives, which of course doesn’t negate the horrific effect this serial killer has had on the lives of his over 50 victims and their families.
“My father is Joseph James DeAngelo. I am his oldest daughter. I lived with him almost my entire life of 38 years, and my daughter lived with him almost her entire life of 19 years. My father, the person that I knew, and know today…”
The retired Boston Police officer and former president of the Boston Police Patrolman’s Association is charged with aggravated rape of a child and five counts of assault and battery on a child.
Attorneys for Ghislaine Maxwell discovered “critical new information” last week that will impact both her criminal and civil cases in Manhattan federal court, according to court documents filed Monday.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed an amicus brief on Friday in support of ending the prosecution against a woman who was arrested and charged with murder after delivering a stillborn baby with toxic levels of methamphetamine in its system.
The trial for Harry Rogers, the self-proclaimed KKK leader who drove his truck into Black Lives Matter protesters, began Monday morning. Rogers faces four hate crimes, two counts of felonious attempted malicious wounding, and one count of felony hit and run in connection to a June 7 incident in Lakeside.
Defence lawyer for Minneapolis police officer accused of aiding and abetting Floyd’s murder seeks dismissal of US case.
The jury that will hear the murder trial of a southern Indiana man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and eating parts of her body may have to come from another county to avoid depleting the jury pool during another high-profile trial.
Evidence about the supposed final hours of teenage receptionist Sarah Spiers, as she was allegedly attacked by accused Claremont serial killer Bradley Edwards in Mosman Park, was too unreliable to prove him guilty, the WA Supreme Court has heard.
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A Queensland man accused of torturing, burning and raping a woman over a period of 23 days is facing a possible life sentence.
If convicted, the 18-year-olds face the rest of their life behind bars.
Victim identified as Margaret Alice Karr
Jury selection began Monday in the trial of an Alabama man charged with killing three people at a barbershop during a robbery attempt.
New court filings claim Joseph James DeAngelo will cooperate if prosecutors agree not to seek the death penalty
Ex-convict Lawrence Ray was denied bail Monday in New York.
Los Angeles prosecutors will begin presenting their case Wednesday against eccentric New York real estate heir Robert Durst
The Harvey Weinstein jurors, in 26 “stressful” hours in the jury room, focused on the question of consent in the sexual encounters central to the case.
The lawyers defending Golden State Killer suspect Joseph DeAngelo are fighting prosecutors’ attempts to obtain more DNA samples from their client.
Two people were indicted for capital murder by a Denton County grand jury Thursday in the stabbing death of Jade Harris, whose body was found brutalized and discarded in a creek in early November.
Tanner Brock and Kyrstin Ross were both indicted for capital murder. Both remained in the Denton County Jail on Thursday since their arrests in November.
A dentist in Anchorage, Alaska, has been convicted on dozens of charges after he was filmed extracting a patient’s tooth as he stood on a hoverboard, according to the Alaska Department of Law.
Seth Lookhart was convicted on 46 felony and misdemeanor counts in Anchorage Superior Court on Friday by Judge Michael Wolverton, who called the evidence presented by the state during a five-week bench trial “overwhelming,” the Department of Law said in a news release.