Robert Thompson and Jon Venables: Robert Thompson and Jon Venables were both 10 years old when they abducted and killed two-year-old James Bulger in 1993. The young boys snatched the toddler from a shopping mall while his mother was inside a store, and took him on a 2.5-mile walk across Liverpool. The boys were seen walking by approximately 38 people, but many assumed he was their younger brother. Venables and Thompson took Bulger to a railway line where they tortured and brutally attacked the toddler. Bulger suffered multiple skull fractures from blows to the head, and was sexually abused by the two older boys.
Months later, Unexpectedly Joe Dick, Daniel William’s roommate is now suspect number two. Ford immediately started his cruel interrogation, pushing the death penalty on him. Joe was now asked to take the same poly graph test, his results were never released. He said during his interrogation he was mentally drained as well. Once again another man in fear of dying tells detective ford that he and Daniel were both at the crime scene.
This case proceeded in London and was said to be a strong influence in the abolishment of capital punishment in the United Kingdom. Evans was executed in 1950 for the murder of his wife and 13-month-old daughter. Evans maintained his innocence through the whole trial and told investigators that his neighbor, John Christie murdered his family. There was not much evidence against Evans and the case was said to be really weak but he was still executed on March 9, 1950. The police coerced Timothy Evans into a false confession by threatening him.
TTFC Top Ten Fugitive Captured Charged with Brutal Attack on Police sfasadfawr 07/20/09 Emigdio Preciado, Jr., a career criminal and member of a violent California street gang who was on our Tmwf Fugitives list for a brutal attack on police officers nine years ago, has been captured in Mexico. During a routine traffic stop in September 2000, Preciado stepped out of a van and opened fire on two Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies with an assault rifle. Some 21 rounds were fired, one of them hitting a deputy in the head and critically injuring him. “When a police officer is shot, our security is threatened,” said Sal Hernandez, assistant director in charge of our Los Angeles office, “and it illustrates a brazen attitude that
Arthur Ravel who was 16 years old at the time, witnesses this carnage only because the two men assigned to accompany him to his dad’s store were shot by the town folk. Villa’s men proceeded with such methodical precision that it was clear they had scouted the city before the raid. When the American forces returned fire they inflicted heavy casualties on the bandits one of them being Pablo Lopez, the author of Santa Isabel massacre; who was bounded on both
David Berkowitz - The Son of Sam: David Berkowitz, better known as Son of Sam, is an infamous 1970s New York City serial killer who killed six people and wounded several others. His crimes became legendary because of the bizarre content in the letters that he wrote to the police and the media and his reasons for committing the attacks. With the police feeling the pressure to catch the killer, "Operation Omega" was formed, which was comprised of over 200 detectives; all working on finding the Son of Sam before he killed again. Berkowitz's Childhood: David Berkowitz, born June 1, 1953, was the adopted son of Nathan and Pearl Berkowitz. The family lived in a middle-class home in the Bronx.
On morning of April 16,2007, Seung-Hui Cho perpetrated the deadliest shooting incident in the US by a single gunman. Cho, a 23 year old senior at Virginia Tech first killed two students in West Ambler Johnston Hall, a residence hall, at appropriately 7:15am. Cho had access to the building more than likely by using his pass card, although his card was coded for access only after 7:30am. It is undetermined how he gained access prior to 7:30am on April 16th. After Cho left the scene at West Ambler Johnston Hall he changed out of his bloodied clothes, logged onto his computer, deleted all of his emails and removed his hard drive.
During the jail break the prisoners killed the sheriff. After he was sprung from jail he made plans to raid several banks. He did lots of planning and even trial runs before he even attempted to rob the bank. His tactics included memorizing the bank and its distance from the police station. Dillinger and his gang went from bank to bank on a robbing spree.
He started killing more frequently, 4 in just that year. The next of his victims was 33 year old Raymond Smith in May of 1990. His crime was the same, drugged and strangled him and then engaged in oral sex with the cadaver. He cut off his head and painted it and put it in his fridge and placed his bones around his apartment as decorations. A week later he did the same thing when he met 27 year old Eddie Smith.
On October 19, 1982, John Z. DeLorean was arrested at an airport hotel with several kilograms of cocaine. DeLorean was arrested the same day the British Government said it would permanently close the Northern Ireland plant, which built DeLorean’s cars. The arrest ended a five-month, undercover probe, which tracked the auto executive across the nation. His company was in severe financial problems, and he feared the possibility of his company’s being closed down by the government, which had extended loans to him. FBI agent Richard Bretzing said DeLorean came to Los Angeles to buy 220 pounds of cocaine for distribution in Southern California at a street price of $24