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McGovern: Case against Aaron Hernandez has three big holes

Evidence in Aaron Hernandez’s double-murder trial should start coming out tomorrow, and if the lengthy jury-selection process taught us anything, it’s that Suffolk prosecutors are particularly nervous about three holes in the case against the disgraced former New England Patriot….
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Casey Anthony Latest News: Judge Belvin Perry Speculates Mom Killed Caylee Accidentally With Chloroform

Six years ago this summer, Casey Anthony was found not guilty of murdering her toddler daughter, Caylee, following a lengthy and controversial trial in Orlando, Florida. But according to the judge who presided over the so-called “social media trial of the…
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Prosecutors: Dylann Roof drove toward second AME church after Emanuel AME Church shooting

Dylann Roof drove to a second church with black parishioners after gunning down nine worshippers during a Bible study at Charleston’s Emanuel AME Church on the night of June 17, 2015, according to newly unsealed court records. A September motion…
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Defense, prosecution offer different perspectives in Pasco theater ‘stand your ground’ hearing

DADE CITY — With their father watching from a table a few feet away, Curtis Reeves’ two adult children spoke of the loving and devoted Dad they knew growing up and of the physical ailments he endured as he grew…
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Slenderman Stabbing Victim, Now 15, Is a ‘Strong Young Woman Excelling in School’

Nearly three years after Payton Leutner was stabbed 19 times by two classmates when she was 12 years old, the Wisconsin teen is thriving as a high school freshman taking Advanced Placement courses. “Today, Payton is a strong young woman who…
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