Texas Woman kills victim with illegal butt-injections

Texas Woman kills victim with illegal butt-injections

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A Texas woman is arrested for murdering 35-year-old Latora King with illegal butt-injections on Thursday, October 8. Latora met 55-year-old Pamela Burnley, aka “Jag Booty,” outside a Dallas Home Depot parking lot on May 11. Afterward, Latora decided to go to Pamela’s house to receive illegal butt injections, to which she paid $1,000.

According to The New York Post, Latora quickly developed a fever and pain after doing the procedure. She had even sent Pamela photos to prove that the injections had quickly disfigured her buttocks. Latora’s condition became worse when she checked into the Fort Worth hospital in Dallas, Texas. She died from complications on May 17, six days after the procedure had taken place.

38-year-old beaten and shot to death

38-year-old man beaten and shot to death

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A 38-year-old man is beaten and shot to death on Sunday, September 13, in Dallas, Texas. At around 5:00 am, the Dallas police received a call reporting a shooting. Officials arrived at 4330 Dickason Avenue, reports NBC5. They found David Eugene Young lying unresponsive outside a residence. According to CBS11, a witness who reported the shooting filmed the murder of Young on video. She witnessed a man chasing Young and claimed that he was beating the victim to death.

Creepier Than Fiction: The Top 10 True Crime Documentaries

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Murder is bad, but the business of murder has never been better. The category of true crime, once limited to the occasional documentary collecting dust on a video store shelf, is now a billion-dollar industry. True crime podcasts are played during our daily commute, the ID Network recounts every grisly detail of past murders around the clock, and true crime limited series are now required viewing to keep up with water-cooler conversation.

While there is a somewhat unsettling quality to the popularity of the genre — not entirely unsurprising in a society that enthusiastically slows down to get a good look at a car wreck — there are some positives to these true crime narratives. At their best, true crime documentaries can provide a voice to the voiceless, tell a story of a great injustice and, once in a while, better the lives of victims.

Here’s a compiled list of some of the best true crime documentaries.