The link was through a piece of bubble gum that purportedly Hernandez chewed and was found next to the casing. Prosecutors said Hernandez and two accomplices drove Lloyd to the crime scene, where the former New England Patriots star shot Lloyd several times. Being convicted of murder in the first degree must rest on one of two theories; that he acted with premeditation or that he
William Von Poyck June 12, 2013 Kara Cadrin On June 24, 1987 in West Palm Beach, Florida, William Van Poyck and Frank Valdez had a plan to help James O’Brien escape from prison. O’Brien was on his way to a doctor’s appointment in a prison transport van when Valdez and Poyck “ambushed the guards in the van, assaulted them and fired three shots”. (Blanco) Glades Correctional Institution guard Fred Griffis was killed in the ambush. The two then fled the scene in a Cadillac, leaving behind O’Brien and a police chase ensued. Poyck and Valdez were eventually arrested the same day.
In 1950, Barnes was arrested for possession of a hypodermic needle. He was later arrested for possession of burglary tools and then for breaking into cars, which earned him a three-year sentence at the Manhattan House of Corrections, more colorfully known as "The Tombs." Released in 1954, Barnes returned to his life of dealing on the streets. He got nabbed by the police on a drug charge in 1959 and was sentenced to five years at Green Haven State Prison. While incarcerated, Barnes befriended known mob figure Matty Madonna.
His statement was “In my training experience this guy had I’m a gang member written all over him” (pbs.org). During the investigation it was discovered that Gaines was connected to a rap label called Death Row records that was owned by Marion “Suge” Knight. It was found that Knight was hiring off duty police officers to work as security guards. There were three investigations into the shooting of Officer Gaines. Lyga was absolved of the shooting.
But in reality, he killed him on Mafia Orders, which he received two years in Italian prison. After being released he then killed Vincenzo Capasso, who testified against him in the Parillo trial by slitting his throat. After killing him, Ricca assumed the name Paolo Maglio, and fled to the United States by way of cuba. On August 10th, 1920 Ricca arrived in New York City and Americanized his name to “Paul Ricca”. Paul Ricca’s rise to power began in Cuba when Ricca met Joseph “Diamond Joe” Espinoza who was a Chicago bootlegger and restaurant owner.
Manslaughter is defined as the unlawful killing of another human being without malice aforethought. I. Discuss the evidence to sustain a charge of murder against Deft: To be liable for murder, the element of malice aforethought must be present. The evidence shows specific intent to kill, premeditation and deliberation in several ways. The facts tell us that Deft searched for several months but was unable to find the killer, Deft went to the 38th street pier in search of the killer, and that Deft pulled out a handgun and shot Kyle in the chest.
In 1975 Ted was arrested in Utah but was released due to the little evidence, Two years later was convicted of kidnapping and escaped. Ted Bundy killed three people in Florida and was arrested but his parents bailed him out and he sold his car but police impounded it away from new owner. It was then when forensic evidence finally solved this case by finding three different hairs matching the three victims killed in Ted’s car and matched his teeth marks the a bite mark on one of the victims. He was then was sentenced to three death penalties in 1978 when Ted was recaptured and on January 24, 1989 at Railford prison in Starke, Florida Ted Bundy was executed in the electric chair. My opinion on this case was interesting yet disgusting but Ted Bundy was smart about how he attracted his victims.
Bonnie smuggled him a gun and helped him escape (Barrow 1). Upon his recapture, he was jailed for two years. Bonnie and Clyde evolved from their small crimes to “nationally known bank robbers and murderers” (Barrow 1). Their gang was believed responsible for killing thirteen people including two police men plus several robberies and burglaries and assorted kidnapping, abduction, and injuries (Barrow 1). One day Clyde and Bonnie were driving down a back road near their hideout at Bienville Parish, Louisiana; officers led by captain Frank
To help explain their reasoning of a serial killers mind, Wolf and Lavezzi provide two cases of serial killers to analyze. Case one describes the serial killer Gary Evans, a white 43 year old man. Out of South Troy, NY, Evans had a bad reputation with law enforcement. Evans’ main priors had to do with the robbery of antiques, a small offence compared to serial killing. He had a group of close friends that he would commit robberies with, and when three of them went missing in 13 years Evans was thought to be involved with their disappearances.
He is also reported to have told some of his rape victims of his own bad experiences, at the hands of a previous girlfriend. He began raping women in his twenties, claiming three victims before one finally testified against him. He was sent to prison, during which he himself was sexually assaulted by other prisoners. His murder spree began in 1994, shortly after his release. South Africa's most prolific serial killer to date, Moses Sithole stood convicted of 38 slayings in a series of "ABC Murders" committed between January and October 1995.