Although David Parker Ray appeared to be a normal guy who worked in maintenance for the New Mexico Parks Department, he was convicted of kidnapping and torture in 2001. He was accused by his accomplices of killing many people and police suspect him for up to 60 murders in New Mexico and Arizona. No bodies were ever found and he was not convicted of a single murder before his death in 2002.
Angie Zapata, an 18-year-old transgender woman, met Allen Andrade, a 31-year-old unemployed man, on an Internet dating site and invited him into her home in Greeley, Colorado on July 15, 2008. Angie borrowed her mother’s car to pick Andrade up and bring him to her home.
Since Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin, the first natural antibiotic, in 1928 we have been killing or slowing the growth of many types of bacteria with development of new antibiotics that are more and more powerful. At the time of Fleming’s discovery, he predicted that we would see the current rise of antibiotic resistant bacteria. After the discovery of penicillin other antibiotics related to it were developed such as benzylpenicillin, amoxicillin, and ampicillin that are still being routinely used to fight various bacterial infections. These usually work best for urinary tract, chest and skin infections. More modern antibiotics have been developed to treat a wide variety of bacterial infections.