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Three sentenced to life for murder of David Headlam

Three teenagers who fatally stabbed a church minister’s son in an unprovoked attack in Willesden Green have received life sentences at the Old Bailey.

18 year old David Headlam was chased down and murdered on 29th June last year. 298 more words


Imprisoned as One Minister and Raising Hell as the Next One

Danielle Bennett

Nathan Williams, a student from Harvard University is raising hell in Saudi Arabia. The former Minister of Defense has been burning buildings, plotting assassinations and been convicted of government corruption. 26 more words


BREAKING: Aaron Hernandez Found Guilty in Murder of Odin Lloyd: First Degree Murder

FALL RIVER, Mass. — A Massachusetts jury of seven women and five men found Aaron Hernandez, the former New England Patriots tight end, guilty of… 160 more words

Crime & Corruption

[VIDEO] South Carolina Police Officer Michael Slager Charged With Murder, Denied Bond, Could Face 30 Years in Prison

South Carolina police officer Michael Slager was charged with murder after a video emerged of him shooting a black man in the back eight times. Mark Kelly reports.


Supreme Court quashes conviction of a murder accused sentenced to Life Imprisonment

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The burden is cast on the prosecution to prove its case beyond reasonable doubt. Once this burden is met, the Statements under Section 313 (CrPC) assume significance to the extent that the accused may cast some incredulity on the prosecution version.

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No Justice, No Peace?

People are falling through the holes in the Spanish socialist safety net, and I see them every day on the streets of Sevilla. European countries like Spain are known for their “cradle-to-grave” assistance for struggling workers, but homeless beggars still squat outside grocery stores holding signs proclaiming “ 487 more words

Study Abroad

RT: Boston Marathon bombing trial opening statements underway amid high security

Published time: March 04, 2015 17:17

A courtroom sketch shows Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (R) during the jury selection process in his trial at the federal courthouse in Boston, Massachusetts (Reuters/Jane Flavell Collins) 910 more words