Jodi Arias meticulously planned her murder of ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander and wanted to make sure she was the last person he would ever have sex with, says one of the jurors from the infamous trial.
Tara Kelley, who was Alternate Juror Number 17, said in an online interview Tuesday that the camera Arias left at the murder scene was the most incriminating piece of evidence because it “showed a timeline of… Continue reading Jodi Arias Juror: She Planned Murder To Be Last Person Travis Alexander Ever Had Sex With
The Cleveland kidnapper who built a torture chamber in his house of horrors to hold three abducted women has been described by his uncle as “a sweet person,” radio detection and rangingOnline.com can exclusively report.
Ariel Castro, the self-described “predator” who kept victims Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight captive in his Seymour Avenue home was not always the monster that he has become known as since his arrest… Continue reading Cleveland Kidnapper Ariel Castro Was ‘A Sweet Person’ With ‘Two Personalities,’ Reveals Uncle
“Revenge” is back, and everyone is more horrible than ever. But who was the worst person in “Retribution”? We examine the usual suspects here.
Note: A ranking of number 1 on this list designates the worst person. The higher the number, the more decent a human being we have.
1.Conrad (Henry Czerny)True to form, Conrad’s response to the boat accident was self-interest and anger at Nate Ryan (Michael Trucco) for the complication… Continue reading 'Revenge' ranking: Who was the worst person in 'Retribution'
Real-life husband and wife Michael Emerson and Carrie Preston might make you melt on this week’s Person of Interest.
In the episode, airing Thursday, viewers once again see Grace (Preston), Finch’s (Emerson) former fiancé who believes he died in a car accident. Only this time, she’s seen in a flashback to one of the pair’s first dates — and it’s a bit of a heart-tugger.
EW has an exclusive look… Continue reading ‘Person of Interest’: See Grace and Finch’s first date — EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
What to watch on Thursday, February 23…
Oh Thursday, embrace us with your mighty yet sensual bear hug; unleash a thousand butterfly kisses; sing us the sweet lullabies of TV harmony. Welcome, Thursday!
8:30pm, NBCParks & RecreationAww, Jerry. After everyone forgets Jerry’s birthday, Leslie attempts to make it up to him by throwing a post-birthday party at a “special location.” (See excellent picture above.) Meanwhile Tom is shocked and appalled at Ann’s… Continue reading What to Watch Tonight: Parks & Recreation, The Finder, and Person of Interest