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LA Police - 72-year-old responsible for 30 rapes and killings

Friday 1 May 2009 in In The News 82 Comment(s)

Los Angeles police believe they have caught a serial killer responsible for the rape and murders of up to 30 elderly women in two separate waves of rampages in the 1970s and 1980s.




Judge to summon Kate McCann back to Portugal

Friday 14 September 2007 in In The News 38 Comment(s)

Kate McCann could be reinterviewed on the orders of a judge as police struggle to gather enough evidence to charge her, it emerged last night.




NASA Man Kills Hostage After Fear Of Firing

Saturday 21 April 2007 in In The News 31 Comment(s)

The shooter in an apparent murder-suicide at Johnson Space Center had received a poor job review and feared being fired, police said Saturday.




US University Shooting Kills Thirty Three

Thursday 19 April 2007 in In The News 29 Comment(s)

A US shooting rampage at the Virginia Tech university has left 33 people, including a suspected gunman, dead.




Most Dangerous Cities In America

Tuesday 31 October 2006 in In The News 34 Comment(s)

St. Louis reclaimed the title of America's most dangerous city, which it last held in 2002, based on crime statistics




Entwistle pleads not guilty to murders

Thursday 16 February 2006 in In The News 26 Comment(s)

The lawyer for Neil Entwistle has entered a plea of not guilty Thursday to first-degree murder in the deaths of his wife and infant daughter.




Family overwhelmed by loss over US shootings

Thursday 2 February 2006 in In The News 28 Comment(s)

The parents of an American woman shot dead along with her nine-month-old daughter, have said they are "overwhelmed by loss".




Pig farmer from Canada denies murders

Tuesday 31 January 2006 in In The News 37 Comment(s)

A Canadian pig farmer accused of being the country's worst serial killer has pleaded not guilty to the murder of 27 women sex workers and drug addicts.




MRI lie detectors - brain scans to identify liars

Monday 30 January 2006 in In The News 25 Comment(s)

Picture this: Your boss is threatening to fire you because he thinks you stole company property. He doesn't believe your denials. Your lawyer suggests you deny it one more time, in a brain scanner that will show you're telling the truth.




Girl of seven found murdered

Friday 27 January 2006 in In The News 31 Comment(s)

A 7-year-old Brooklyn girl was bound and held captive in her home before being bludgeoned by her step father, according to police. The man was charged with murder and sexual abuse. The child's mother will face charges of manslaughter and reckless endangerment.




Suspects held in girls murder

Sunday 25 December 2005 in In The News 36 Comment(s)

Alejandra Gutierrez disappeared December 8 after she left for school. The body was found at gravel pit outside Muncie.




Judge orders pyschological evaluations of serial rapist

Monday 12 December 2005 in In The News 22 Comment(s)

The man police say raped women in Ahwatukee Foothills and about Phoenix, was ordered last week to a series of psychological evaluations to see if he is competent to stand trial.




Users flood Most Wanted website

Sunday 20 November 2005 in In The News 1 Comment(s)

An FBI-style website, aimed at tracking the UK's most wanted crime suspects, has received more than 350,000 hits on its first day.




Attacker Leaves Behind Odd Clue, A Texas Hockey Puck

Wednesday 26 October 2005 in In The News 2 Comment(s)

Fairfax County police have discovered a lot of evidence at crime scenes over the years, but a hockey puck?




Psychopaths wanted to play the stock market

Sunday 11 September 2005 in In The News 2 Comment(s)

A study by a group of eminent American academics suggests that star performers on the stock market may be even worse and could best be described as "functioning psychopaths".




The Psychological impact of explicit video games

Thursday 21 July 2005 in In The News 9 Comment(s)

Two Minnesota companies are taking a significant step today against a highly controversial video game. A game many say portrays extreme violence and explicit sexual scenes.




Timeline : Holly and Jessica's Last Movements

Wednesday 26 November 2003 in In The News 1 Comment(s)

The prosecution's account of the crucial hours around the time that Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman disappeared has been described in detail by Richard Latham QC.




Soham England : Charges in full

Wednesday 26 November 2003 in In The News 1 Comment(s)

These are the charges in full against Ian Kevin Huntley and Maxine Ann Carr in the murders of Jessica Aimee Chapman and Holly Marie Wells.




Serial Sniper Attacks

Sunday 20 October 2002 in In The News 2 Comment(s)

A task force has been created that includes members of the FBI Baltimore Division, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, Montgomery County Police Department, Metropolitan Police Department, Prince Georges County Police Department, and other area law enforcement agencies. They are in search of the individual(s) responsible for the sniper attacks in the Washington region.




Case Study : Stopping a Serial Sniper

Wednesday 9 October 2002 in In The News 5 Comment(s)

Suffolk County, New York, located on Long Island, 18-miles east of New York City, has a population of 1.3 million residents, who live in both suburban and rural areas. During the summer of 1994, the Suffolk County Police Department, with 2,663 sworn members, faced a series of sniper attacks that prompted a highly concentrated response from the department.




 

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