Association of Rape Crisis Centers in Israel Reports Evidence of Systematic Sexual Crimes by Hamas Terrorists

Jerusalem, Israel – The Association of Rape Crisis Centers in Israel has released a report alleging that Hamas gunmen carried out sexual crimes during the attacks in October. The report claims that evidence shows these crimes were committed systematically and intentionally, including violent rapes of women, some of which were allegedly conducted collectively or in front of an audience. The report also accuses Hamas of denying these allegations. The attacks on October 7th saw hundreds …

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Father of Harmony Montgomery to Admit Guilt to Charges of Falsifying Evidence and Abuse of Corpse in Murder Trial

MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE – The trial of Adam Montgomery, a father accused of murdering his 5-year-old daughter, Harmony Montgomery, began with a shocking revelation. Montgomery, who did not appear in court in person, virtually admitted his intention to plead guilty to some of the charges against him. Although his virtual presence was noted, Montgomery’s physical absence from the courtroom raised questions and added a layer of complexity to the case. Harmony Montgomery disappeared in 2019 …

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Colorado judge’s ruling conceals graphic evidence of tragic school shooting

LITTLETON, Colo. (AP) – In the wake of the 1999 Columbine High School shooting, a Colorado judge was faced with a difficult decision about the release of autopsies, following a request from local media outlets under the state’s public records law. Judge Jose D.L. Márquez ruled against the release, citing the “unique factor” of the community’s trauma and the outpouring of grief and a presidential visit. The judge’s decision was based on the understanding that …

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Surrey man sentenced to life for B.C. gang murders after musical confession viewed as credible evidence by judge

VANCOUVER, British Columbia – A rapper known as T-Sav was sentenced to two life sentences this week after a British Columbia Supreme Court judge concluded that one of his songs was essentially a confession to a 2017 murder. Under the stage name T-Sav, Tyrel Hieu George Mahoney Nguyen drew on his experiences as a gangster to make music. The Surrey man’s lyrics helped earn him two life sentences for the first-degree murders of gangster Randeep …

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DNA Evidence From Mask Helps Crack Cold Case Killing in Pennsylvania Home Invasion

PHILADELPHIA, PA – DNA evidence found on a mask allegedly used by a suspect in a 2013 Pennsylvania home invasion and homicide has led to an arrest, authorities announced Wednesday. Thomas Delgado, 50, was taken into custody by the U.S. Marshals Service in Philadelphia on Wednesday, following an arrest warrant issued in December. Delgado faces charges of homicide, kidnapping, rape, and robbery in connection with the January 18, 2013, death of Joseph Canazaro. Authorities stated …

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Explosion in Evidence Room at Willmar Law Enforcement Center Prompts Investigation

WILLMAR, MINNESOTA – An investigation has been launched following an explosion in the evidence room at the Willmar Law Enforcement Center. Firefighters responded to the LEC around 12:30 a.m. Thursday after a white powdery substance caused the blast. The source of the substance and the extent of injuries are currently unknown. One police officer was transported to the hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries. The incident has raised concerns and sparked an urgent inquiry into …

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DNA evidence links deceased Virginia fisherman to 1980s murder spree, providing closure for victims’ families

LANCASTER, Va. (AP) — DNA evidence has linked a Virginia fisherman who passed away in 2017 to a series of brutal murders in the 1980s, providing closure for the families of the victims who had long awaited justice. Alan W. Wilmer, who died at the age of 63, had no previous felonies to his name, allowing investigators to collect his DNA only after his death, according to Virginia State Police. Wilmer is suspected of a …

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New DNA Evidence Implicates Man in 1980s Colonial Parkway Murders

RICHMOND, Va. – A new development in a decades-old cold case has shed light on three unsolved murders in the Hampton Roads region in the late 1980s. DNA evidence has provided a suspect in the case commonly referred to as the “Colonial Parkway murders.” Alan W. Wilmer Sr., a waterman with no prior felony record who passed away in 2017, has been linked to the shooting deaths of David L. Knobling, 20, and Robin M. …

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New Evidence Emerges in Cold Case Investigation Tied to Murdaugh Murders – Exclusive Details Here!

HAMPTON, South Carolina – The investigation of the deaths of Alex Murdaugh’s wife Maggie and son Paul led the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) to a clue in another unsolved case. Stephen Smith, a 19-year-old found dead in 2015, became part of the renewed investigation after the Murdaugh murders. The case, initially ruled a hit and run, was brought back to life by SLED, sparking new theories and resurrecting old rumors. SLED has not …

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Jewelry Store Burglary Suspect Linked to Murder through DNA Evidence

WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. – Authorities have made an arrest in connection with the shooting and killing of a jewelry and antique store owner in November. The suspect, Charles Robinson Shay, 40, was taken into custody on suspicion of burglary at the store just a month after the fatal shooting. Peter Arguello, the owner of the store, was fatally shot during a robbery on Nov. 29. The suspect left the scene, and a stolen red Chevrolet …

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