Prosecutors Seek Death Penalty for Ex-Boxer in Japan Retrial: 46 Years on Death Row

Shizuoka, Japan – Japanese prosecutors are once again seeking the death penalty for Iwao Hakamada in his retrial. Hakamada, now 88, spent an astonishing 46 years on death row after being convicted of robbery and murder in 1968. Despite his release in 2014, a new trial was ordered due to concerns about possible evidence tampering by investigators. During the retrial in Shizuoka, prosecutors argued that Hakamada’s guilt could be proven “beyond reasonable doubt.” In contrast, …

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West Chester Man Accused of Family Murder Gives Lengthy Police Interview During Retrial

HAMILTON, Ohio- A West Chester man is facing a retrial for the alleged murder of four members of his family, with shocking details emerging from his initial interviews with police just hours after the tragic incident. Gurpreet Singh was brought in for questioning less than two hours after he called 911 to report finding his family members dead at home. According to Detective Randy Farris, who testified during the trial, Singh appeared in blood-soaked clothes, …

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Deputy Faces Retrial for Murder Charge in Christian Glass Death After Jury Deadlock

Denver, Colorado – A former Clear Creek County deputy is set to face trial once again for the murder of Christian Glass, as a jury was unable to reach a verdict on a second-degree murder charge last week. The case centers around the shooting and killing of Glass by the deputy, a controversial incident that has sparked discussions around police use of force and accountability. With the jury unable to come to a decision, the …

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