guilty

Don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time; a look into all aspects of a guilty verdict from the burden of proof to conviction to the judge’s sentence and more.

  • SKYLERIZED
    Published about a month ago
    Reason First: Killer Charles Cohen Just Wanted Some Chicken

    Reason First: Killer Charles Cohen Just Wanted Some Chicken

    This white boy murdered his parents over thirty years ago in Hockessin, Delaware. The cops let him sit up and enjoy a bucket of fried chicken and a drink of soda. Would the same treatment be given to a person of color? There’s no such thing as white privilege but there is such a thing as racism. Did the cops not see this or did they just want to make Charles Cohen, who is now serving a life sentence in Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrna, Delaware comfortable and as the article states, not reach out for an attorney? The News Journal has picked up the story again to highlight the wicked details of three murders. Charles Cohen had also murdered a man named Conrad Lutz.
  • Donna Ryan
    Published about a month ago
    Have You Been the Victim of a DUI?

    Have You Been the Victim of a DUI?

    People who have never been arrested for drunk driving often are surprised by the severity of the penalties. They frequently drop their jaws in surprise when they are facing both criminal and civil charges. While both cases deal with the same evidence, the goal and proof used in each case are significantly different.
  • Sandy Shiner-Swanson
    Published about a month ago
    Poor Decisions

    Poor Decisions

    What do you do when you are forced to live with the poor decisions of other people?
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published about a month ago
    Reason First: Did Vybz Kartel Snitch?

    Reason First: Did Vybz Kartel Snitch?

    Can a musician allegedly speak up to get years knocked off of his sentence? You may be thinking of a rainbow haired young Latino but you would be in error. Jamaican songwriter and performer Vybz Kartel has experienced a reduction in years that he must serve in prison. Did he open his mouth? Did he sing like a canary?
  • Nia on Air
    Published about a month ago
    The Nightstalker

    The Nightstalker

    Richard Ramirez was born on February 29th of 1960 in El Paso, Texas. Growing up in a home with four other children with hard-working immigrant parents. Richard Ramirez's mother worked in a factory with respiratory issues making Richard Ramirez's pregnancy very difficult. Richard grew up suffering from seizures. He was a good kid in school leading up to high school. Richard then 11 years old started hanging around a cousin named Miguel who served in the Vietnam war. Miguel would smoke weed with Richard and Miguel would go on to tell him horrible stories that he experienced in Vietnam. For example, he showed pictures of dead and mutilated bodies to Richard and even told him about a woman he raped and murdered. At a young age, Richard was a witness to his cousin Miguel murdering his wife. Showing him how to do a “successful” kill since he was trained. He decided to use his wife as a demonstration to Miguel. It is also said that Richard’s father was very abusive to the children and even had a pedophile who allegedly raped his older brother but, it's stated that Richard was never a victim of the sexual assaults.
  • H.V.Goldson
    Published about a month ago
    The Charles Ingram Life Story Quiz

    The Charles Ingram Life Story Quiz

    Viewers recall it. The time when Major Charles Ingram supposedly deceived his way in 2001 to the million-pound bonanza on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? After he responded to the last question. Now the Who Wants to be a Millionaire true-life story is recaptured in a three-part series; They narrated the who wants to be a millionaire winner who was alleged to have cheated in the TV show.
  • Genealogy Freak
    Published about a month ago
    The Daniels-Christian Feud
  • Maria Johnson
    Published 2 months ago
    Child murderers

    Child murderers

    Many people wonder what drives a child to kill. There are many factors to why a child would kill. The most common reason people think of is the home life, a bad home life can do a lot to a young child. Either not having a family or a parent missing in the family. Or having abusive parents can also cause a kid to kill. Another reason is because they may have some sort of mental defect or illness. Alexander Crain was a teenage boy who had shot and killed his mother and father, then called 911 and was hysterical. Alex is a special case in the sense that he had full control over his hysterical outbursts. When he knew that the police were watching him he would be hysterical and upset, but when he did not know the police were watching he would be calm and collected. He ended up pleading guilty to two counts of manslaughter and was sentenced to 20 years, he is currently suring that sentence. Another interesting case is the case of two teenage boys who went off the scream movie. Mario Padillia and Samual Ramirez were cousins who were consumed by the scream movie that they both stabbed and killed Mario’s mother. They had planned to kill teenage girls but did not have the money for the scream costume so they decided to kill and rob Mario’s mother, to get the money for their costumes so that they could move forward with their plan but they were caught by the police before they could get the costumes. Padillia was sentenced to life without parole, and Ramirez will be up for parole after 21 years. Eric Smith is another killer but a different breed. Eric had decided to kill a 4 year old boy and had sotamiced his corpse after he had choked the boy until he had passed out and then dropped a big rock on his head multiple times. At his hearing Eric read an apology to the boy's parents. Eric was sentenced to 9 years to life and has been up for parole multiple times and has been denied every time, he still sits behind bars. Another kid murder is Joseph Hall, he was only 10 years old when he shot and killed his father as he slept on the couch. His father was a plumber and a religious leader of the National Socilaist Movement, he was also a neo Nazi who believed in fighting for an all white society. So Joseph learned how to hate at a young age, his stepmother had discovered that her husband was having an affair. She had woken Joseph up and told him that his father was planning to leave her and take him away, and that the only way to keep the family together was to shoot him. She handed him the gun and told him it would make his father a better person. This is the story he told the police but she could not be charged because of double jeopardy. He was sentenced to a juvenile facility until the age of 23 and will be eligible for parole at the age of 20. This next story is about a young serial killer, named Harvey Robinson. He was a 17 year old kill who raped and killed women ranging from 15 to 47. He was caught when he returned and tried to finish off a woman that had gotten away. The cops decided to set up and stake out and it worked or so they thought Harvey had returned and got into a shootout with the officer. He had broken through the window and escaped. The police asked all hospitals to be on the lookout for a man that is being treated for cuts or gunshot wounds, this is how the cops caught Harvey. He was sentenced to life and is sitting on death row in Pennsylvania. Most of the stories you have read the kids either had mental issues or were in a bad house. Harvey's father was an abusive drunk Joseph’s father and stepmother were both abusive and he also had mental issues. Mario and Samual were an odd case and so was the Alex Crain case. Though there were no confirmed cases of abuse of Alex Crain that is what most people like to say is why he snapped. The Mario and Samual case though went into motion because Mario could not handle rejection. And wanted to kill the women who had rejected him, but he wanted to do it in the same fashion as the scream movies. There are many more cases that have similar outcomes, but those I shall save for another time.
  • Elliot Fitscher
    Published 2 months ago
    This Nigerian Fraudster 'Sold A Fake Airport' That Never Existed For $242m

    This Nigerian Fraudster 'Sold A Fake Airport' That Never Existed For $242m

    Victor Lustig - Sells the Eiffel tower for 100,000 francs, Emmanuel Nwude, hold my beer - sells an airport that doesn’t exist for $242 million!
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 2 months ago
    Reason First: Ex-Cop Guilty of Rape Seeks House Arrest in Light of COVID-19

    Reason First: Ex-Cop Guilty of Rape Seeks House Arrest in Light of COVID-19

    Cops get a bad reputation. They are often seen as a necessary evil rather than a supremely needed aspect of a properly functioning government. They are often looked at with disdain at the least and out and out hostility at the worst. And when one of them breaks bad, it seems like the entire force is to blame. But let’s keep it individualized. Naming every police officer as a crook, on the take, or vicious in some way is a severe and subjective viewpoint. One former law enforcement officer who should receive blame is Pete Williston. He was convicted of raping his stepdaughter starting when she was only 14 and he was in his late 30’s and early 40’s. This heinous crime was committed by one evil cop, not every policeman on the beat. What makes this whole affair even worse is that the now 50-year-old Williston is seeking house arrest due to the courts being closed in the wake of COVID-19. That’s right. This ex-cop, criminal rapist wants to taste a bit of liberty because of the recent outbreak.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 2 months ago
    Reason First: Harvey Weinstein Stricken with Coronavirus, What Now?

    Reason First: Harvey Weinstein Stricken with Coronavirus, What Now?

    Just when you think that the COVID-19 virus would overshadow every other news item, it once again became part of another story. Disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein contracted the novel coronavirus while imprisoned. Will the world weep? With this creep still breathing, will anyone shed a tear or rush to his aid besides medical workers? Weinstein’s crimes remain some of the most vicious in Hollywood history. Make that American history. His 23-year sentence may still be too light for his evil actions. Now, with the coronavirus, maybe the story about how he abused all of those women will come to an even brighter spotlight.
  • Em Em
    Published 2 months ago
    The killer on the 32nd floor

    The killer on the 32nd floor

    On the night of October 1, 2017 a tragedy happened. Stephen Paddock has killed 58 people and wounded 515. The panic that he created increased that number to 851. Paddock fired a total of 1100 rounds of ammunition from his suite on the 32 floor of the Mandalay hotel. The shooting occurred between 10:00 and 10:15 P.M. PDT. This is the deadliest mass shooting committed by an individual in the history of the United States of America.