Tag Archive: death

Supporters of the police officer involved in the Michael Brown shooting rallied for him in Ferguson, Missouri on Saturday.

Speaking out about the controversial case that has gripped the nation, an unidentified female rally organizer claimed that Brown’s death at the hands of officer Darren Wilson was “warranted and justified” and promised Wilson their “unwavering support.”

EXCLUSIVE: Boxing Bout Or Death Match? Rodney King Wants To Fight ‘Iron’ Mike Tyson!

The… Continue reading Latest On Michael Brown Case: Police Officer’s Supporters Rally, Claim Brown’s Death Was ‘Warranted And Justified’ And Darren Wilson Was The Victim

Alleged toddler killer Ross Harris’ wife Leanna may be in the clear.

A lawyer for the Georgia woman— whose husband was charged with felony murder after he is believed to have abandoned their 22-month-old son Cooper in a hot car for seven hours on June 18— announced that a victim’s impact statement has been requested on behalf of his client, which implies prosecutors do not intend to charge her.

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ABCs of Death

Mark your calendars! ABCs of Death 2 gets a release date – I had pretty mixed feelings for the first ABCs of Death, the ambitious anthology project where directors were asked to make short films inspired by a letter of the alphabet, but the sequel is coming. If… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: 'ABCs of Death 2' News, a Crazy Trailer for 'Septic Man' and More

Justice League

Justice League: Reportedly, Warner Bros. wants Chris Terrio, who won an Oscar for Argo and recently completed script work on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, to write the screenplay for Justice League. Terrio was brought onto Batman v Superman after David S. Goyer (Batman, Man of Steel) became ‘too busy’ with other projects to do another rewrite, and now they… Continue reading Movie News: 'Justice League' Gets a Writer; Watch a Trailer for 'The Death of Superman Lives'

We’ve got all the latest developments in the case of Alix Tichelman, the 26-year-old woman who authorities say, while working as an escort, killed Google executive Forrest Timothy Hayes with a fatal shot of heroin on a Santa Cruz, Calif. yacht last fall.

Court AppearanceTichelman, Wednesday, pleaded not guilty to felony charges linked to prostitution, drug use, destroying evidence and manslaughter great bodily injury in the Santa Cruz County