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A 21-year-old Canadian woman was found guilty of killing her best friend after a Facebook photo showed the weapon in plain sight
A Canadian woman pleaded guilty to manslaughter this week after killing her best friend in 2015. The police uncovered a Facebook photo in which she was wearing a black belt - the same kind that was found next to the victim's body. A 21-year-old Canadian woman pleaded guilty to manslaughter and was sentenced to seven years in prison on Monday, three years after she posted a Facebook photo that helped the police crack the case.
The sister of the California woman accused of shackling and abusing her 13 children says her brother-in-law used to make her feel “uncomfortable” when she lived with the couple briefly during college.
If President Donald Trump and the Republican Party were already worried about defending their majorities in the House and Senate come November, they will now have another major factor to contend with: Barack Obama. The former president enjoyed a busy year since leaving the White House but has largely stayed under the radar.
Suspect in Calif. Deputies' Deaths Laughs in Court: ‘I Will Kill More’
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A fisherman who jumped ship into bone-chilling water to dodge a speeding motorboat has filed a $372,500 lawsuit, alleging the other driver was distracted by his cellphone just before the dramatic crash caught on video. Bryan Maess filed the suit earlier this month against Marlin Lee Larsen, 75, over the Aug. 12 crash near the mouth of the Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean, the Oregonian reports. A GoPro camera mounted to Maess’ 20-foot fishing boat captured the chaos in the seconds before Larsen’s 31-foot motorboat crashes into the smaller, stationary vessel. A passenger on Maess’ boat frantically waves his arms and repeatedly screams “Hey!” in a desperate attempt to get the driver’s attention.
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Why experts agree that a sexless marriage might be a wave of the future.
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'The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story': The stars vs. their real-life counterparts
Don’t be fooled by the title: Although the 1997 murder of star fashion designer Gianni Versace is a major part of the sophomore season of Ryan Murphy’s American Crime Story , the series is just as much, if not more deeply, the story of Versace’s killer, Andrew Cunanan. The season, based on journalist Maureen Orth’s bestselling 1999 book, Vulgar Favors: Andrew Cunanan, Gianni Versace, and the Largest Failed Manhunt in U.S. History , begins with Versace’s death and then unpacks Cunanan’s complicated life and his murderous cross-country trip in reverse. The Versace family, multiple Cunanan friends and lovers, plenty of victims, and a plethora of cops and FBI agents factor into Cunanan’s journey, and they’re portrayed in the FX series by some very recognizable, beloved stars, and at least one newcomer who we’re certain we’ll be seeing a lot more of. The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story premieres Jan. 17 at 10 p.m. on FX.