All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Convictions’

Alice Uden Found Guilty of 1970s Murder

A jury in Cheyenne, Wyoming this week found Alice Uden guilty of second-degree murder. Uden was found to have shot and killed her husband during the mid 1970s. Uden is 75 years old and most recently lived in Missouri. According to a Wyoming Tribune Eagle report, Uden was arrested last fall nearly 40 years after the disappearance of her third …

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Mary-Louise Parker Fights for Troubled Son in “Jamesy Boy”

In a sneak-peek clip of Mary-Louise Parker’s upcoming-featured film,” Jamesy Boy,” it shows a mother who fights to keep her gang-related son in school.   Based on a true story about James Burns, portrayed by Spencer Lofranco, the film illustrates the let downs a young 14-year-old teen experienced by the school system. The clip, however, shows a prelude to the administration’s admission rejection. …

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Buju Banton’s Gun Conviction Struck Down

In 2011, Reggae singer Buju Banton was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison for cocaine charges. Banton was convicted by a Tampa, Florida jury of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute 5 kg (around 11 pounds) of cocaine and possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug-trafficking offense. Banton’s lawyers had argued that the singer was entrapped …

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Joss Stone Murder Plot Suspects Convicted

In 2011 two men were arrested in England for plotting to rob and murder pop star Joss Stone. According to a report in The Telegraph, the men, Junior Bradshaw and Kevin Liverpool, have been convicted on conspiracy to to cause grievous bodily harm and conspiracy to rob. Liverpool has been sentenced to life in prison, and will serve a minimum …

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Lindsey Lowe Found Guilty of Newborn Twin Deaths

Lindsey Lowe, the woman on trial for the murder of her twin newborns, has been found guilty. Nashville-area CBS affiliate News Channel 5 is reporting that Lowe was found guilty of two counts of first degree murder, two counts of first degree premeditated murder, and two counts of aggravated child abuse. She was sentenced to life in prison, with 51 …

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‘Cannibal Cop’ Convicted of Kidnapping Conspiracy

Back in October 2012, the NYPD made headlines as a New York police officer was arrested for allegedly plotting to kill and eat dozens of women. Gilberto Valle III was caught by his colleagues having online conversations about his fantasies, which involved cannibalism. This week, Valle was convicted on one count of kidnapping. The New York Times is reporting that …

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