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Better Get Your Baby Before the Alligators Do
Summary: In 2006, Charles Edward Tyson threw his 9-month-old son, Charles Jr., out of the car onto the dirt after his girlfriend broke off their relationship. He then drove to a bridge and threw the baby into the canal. Charles Jr. died from the fall. He told the baby's mother and his girlfriend, with whom he was angry with, "you better get your baby before the alligators do." Charles was arrested and charged with murder. He could've faced life in prison or even the death penalty, but Shameka asked for leniency in the case. Tyson took a plea deal sentencing him to 40-years in prison.
TikTok Fam0us Twins' Dad Shot Dead in Front of Daughters
A man was shot dead in Mobile, AL, after an altercation with his twin daughters and their boyfriends. The father allegedly asked the twins to stop twerking on social media before the shooting, according to MTO. After the murder, the twins said the dispute was over a record deal and money. The man who shot James Walters also shot a 23-year-old woman. When one of the twins’ boyfriend’s retaliated, he kicked down the door and shot dead a 74-year-old man in a case of mistaken identity.
The Murder of Abraham Shakespeare
In 2006 Abraham Shakespeare won the Florida lottery, making him $30 million richer than the day before. Shakespeare’s life changed and people he had not heard from for years came out of the woodworks asking for money. Shakespeare obliged most who asked for money, feeling pressured to help friends and family to extend a helping hand. Strangers even begged Shakespeare for money. Shakespeare also bought himself a dream home for $1 million, a car, and a Rolex watch. He then decided his friend, Dorice “Dee Dee’” Moore would help him manage his finances. Soon after entrusting Dee Dee to help with his finances, Shakespeare disappeared.
Woman Attacks Ex-Boyfriend's Girlfriend, Kills Kids With Hammer
Summary A jealous ex-girlfriend attacked the new woman in his life - and her two children, repeatedly striking them in the head with a hammer. The two children died from the attack but Emma Jangestig survived the horrific attack. The ex-girlfriend was sentenced to life in prison.
Ex-NYPD Detective Sets His Wife on Fire
In November 2009, Christopher Hanney beat his wife, doused her in gasoline, and set her on fire in his Tampa home. Neighbors called 911 as they saw the woman engulfed in flames running from the garage.
Bring Your House & Share Your Spouse: New Swinger's Trailer Park Opening Soon
Disclaimer: Don’t bring your house and share your spouse in Louisiana and then get mad at me if you meet the 2021 Jodi Arias or Jeffrey Dahmer, k? K. Do as you please and have a good time, though. Just remember -- You’re on your own, dude. Now that we have that out of the way….
Man Wrongfully Detained by Police 60 Times Files Lawsuit
“Yes, I’m scared. It’s been going on for 15-years.” Darren Cole has been stopped by Chicago Police more in the past 15-years than most of us will in our lifetime. Each time police pulled Cole over, he knew trouble was coming. Cole is not a criminal nor has anything to hide.
5-Year-Old Tries to Save Sister From Fatal Beating
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