With the judge in the bombshell Jodi Arias trial for the alleged murder of Travis Alexander warning the jury last week that they were all “going to stay here until we finish” on Wednesday, the final day of testimony turned out to be a marathon and lived up to everyone’s lengthy expectations — and radio detection and rangingOnline.com has all the details.
The endless day turned into a bitter battle… Continue reading The Jodi Arias Murder Trial, Final Marathon Showdown! Did The Bullet Incapacitate Travis Alexander?
Spoiler alert! Bigfoot didn’t do it.
That’s not to say that Bigfoot doesn’t exist or that “Castle” proved there were no monsters out there. No, all we learned from “The Fast and the Furriest” is that lots of people want to find humanoid forest-dwellers and that blaming Bigfoot for murder is nothing but a red herring.
Bigfoots (Bigfeet?) don’t kill people, after all. People kill people.
The murder victim of the week… Continue reading 'Castle' recap: Monsters, mean gorillas and murder in 'The Fast and the Furriest'
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Jane Lynch and Wilmer Valderrama are ready to protect, serve, and play cartoon cops: The Glee star and That ’70s Show vet have been cast in Murder Police, an animated series slated to debut next season on Fox, EW has learned.
The workplace comedy, which was co-created by David A. Goodman (Family Guy) and… Continue reading Jane Lynch, Wilmer Valderrama cast in Fox’s animated comedy ‘Murder Police’ — EXCLUSIVE
The sexually explicit testimony took an even darker turn Monday as murder defendant Jodi Arias divulged more graphic details of her love life with her alleged victim, Travis Alexander, and claimed that he once kicked her in the hand and broke her finger.
In a dramatic move, Jodi’s attorney asked her to describe an alleged fight she had with Travis where she claims the motivational speaker knocked her to the… Continue reading Jodi Arias Testifies Alleged Murder Victim Broke Her Finger In Fight, Describes Horrific Sexual Encounter