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Summary:A descriptive first-hand account of the famed murder trial of Mary Blandy, who in 1752 stood accused of poisoning her invalid father with white arsenic in his food, on the instructions of her aspiring lover, William Henry Cranstoun, who was, unbeknownst to her, already in possession of a wife, but was hungry for the £10,000 Miss Blandy was due to inherit.
Tags » Parricide
March 3, 2016
MANILA, Philippines – The alleged gunman in the murder of international race car driver Ferdinand “Enzo” Pastor has asked a Quezon City court to junk the appeal of the prosecution panel to allow the presentation of his interview with veteran broadcaster Noli De Castro at trial. 639 more words