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Jeffrey MacDonald back in court in '70s 'Fatal Vision' murder case
Sep 17, 2012, - 0 Comments

CBS News

Los Angeles Times
WILMINGTON, N.C. -- Jeffrey MacDonald, a Green beret doctor convicted of the 1970 murders of his pregnant wife and two young daughters, was back in federal court Monday for a hearing on new evidence his lawyer says will prove that MacDonald is ...
Man convicted in 'Fatal Vision' murder case to get chance at new trial over 40 ...Fox News
"Fatal Vision" murder convict Jeffrey MacDonald hopes DNA evidence will clear ...CBS News
1970s murder could be retriedCNN (blog)
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Former cop convicted in 1957 murder of 7-year-old Illinois girl
Sep 14, 2012, - 0 Comments

Fox News

SYCAMORE, Ill. – A 72-year-old man was convicted Friday in the 1957 murder of a 7-year-old girl, with spectators letting out a deafening cheer as the verdict was announced in one of the oldest unsolved crimes to eventually get to court in the U.S.. The ...
Judge convicts ex-police officer in 1957 abduction and murder of 7-year-old ...Washington Post
Maria Ridulph Case: Closing arguments expected in trial of girl's 1957 murderCBS News
 
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Central Park Rape Suspect Was Person of Interest in a 2002 Murder
Sep 14, 2012, - 0 Comments

New York Times

The suspect, David Albert Mitchell, was also accused of murder in another case in West Virginia but was found not guilty by a jury. In April 2002, Barbara Flake, a woman who lived in Mr. Mitchell's hometown of Jenkinjones, was reported missing by ...
NY rape suspect eyed in 2002 murder of W.Va. womanThe Associated Press
David Mitchell, Central Park rape suspect, also "person of interest" in 2002 ...CBS News
 
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US mob boss pleads guilty to racketeering
Sep 13, 2012, - 0 Comments

KTVU San Francisco

U.S. Ambassador to Lybia killed
Sep 12, 2012, - 0 Comments

Examiner.com

Examiner.com

The Associated Press along with Reuters has just reported that U.S. ambassador to Libya, J. Christopher Stevens, 52, was killed overnight along with three other embassy staff members.

Stevens was reportedly killed Tuesday night as he and several embassy employees were attempting to rescue staff at the U.S. consulate office in Benghazi.

They lost their lives when protesters began firing gunshots and rocket propelled grenades at the U.S. compound. All of those killed, in addition to Ambassador Stevens, have been described as "senior security" officials.

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