by Patrick H. Moore

It began at about 6:30 p.m. Friday when police received word that shots had been fired in a 95-unit Hialeah apartment building north of Miami. This was the beginning. By the time the SWAT team finally stormed the building at around 2:30 a.m. Saturday morning after an eight-hour standoff, and fatally shot the gunman in a hail of gunfire, he had shot and killed six innocent victims.

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by Patrick H. Moore

Northern California marijuana growers take their trade seriously. They are often armed and can be cantankerous. But the child sex abuse imprisonment scandal that is rocking the northern counties is out of the norm. At least I hope it is. These are the facts:

Lake County residents Ryan Balletto, 30, and Patrick Pearmain, 24, sexually assaulted a 16-year-old Los Angeles girl on Balleto’s 680 acre property. They kept her locked in a metal box on the property for three days and — to add insult to injury — forced her to process marijuana for them.

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by Patrick H. Moore

According to Massachusetts investigators, Aaron Hernandez was captured by his own home surveillance cameras holding a large-caliber gun just minutes after the shooting of Odin Lloyd. Maybe he had a guilty conscience and wanted to incriminate himself. Not likely. Hernandez appears to have little conscience. More likely, he simply believed that he could get away with it. In any event, Hernandez handed law enforcement what looks to be a game-changing evidentiary nugget by filming himself with the gun a mere 10 minutes after he allegedly took part in the shooting of 27-year-old semi-professional football player.

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by Patrick H. Moore

“Serial killers have fascinated and disgusted us for generations, their behavior an insane cesspit of deviant acts that we can’t get enough of – whether it be films like Silence of the Lambs or in the news as they dominate the headlines, making us double-check our windows and doors. Here lies a compilation of the most bizarre statements to have passed through the lips of these monstrous beings.”  Brought to us by Astrid Mc Clymont via Listserve

 

florida#10 — Aileen Wuornos

“May your wife and children get raped, right in the ___.” (To the jurors who convicted her.)

Aileen Wuornos entered the world on February 29th 1956 only to be forced into the most turbulent childhood, being forced into acts of incest from an early age. Barely leaving infancy she could be found trading sexual favors for cigarettes and when she was 14 faced the horrendous predicament of being pregnant – with the potential fathers being her brother and her grandfather. Shunned by her family she left home to reside in the nearby woods. She later went on to hitchhike across America working as a prostitute. She was sentenced to death after being convicted of killing seven men. She claimed self defense, stating these men had raped her.

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by Patrick H. Moore

Ariel Castro pleaded guilty today to 937 counts including aggravated murder on suspicion of ending the pregnancy of one of his alleged captives. Under the deal, there is no possibility of him receiving the death penalty, which would have been possible if he had chosen to go to trial. More importantly, Castro’s plea deal will spare the three victims — Amamda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight — the horrible experience of having to testify at what would been one of the most closely-watched trials in recent memory.

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by Patrick H. Moore

When East Cleveland serial killer Michael Madison was arrested, he told law enforcement that he had been influenced by earlier East Cleveland serial killer Anthony Sowell.  In a crime spree of truly grisly proportions, Sowell systematically kidnapped, raped and murdered 11 women. Known as the Cleveland Strangler, Sowell initially pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity but later changed his plea to simply “not guilty”. On July 22, 2011, he was convicted at trial on all but two counts against him, including the murders of the eleven women whose bodies were found in his house in 2009. At the penalty phase of this trial, the jurors opted for the death penalty.

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by Patrick H. Moore

Ted Nugent loves to sound off and tear in to people and causes. In fact , that’s probably what he’s best at — although he may arguably be a good rock and roll musician — or at least was in his prime. On Wednesday, Ted tore into Stevie Wonder based on Stevie’s statement that he was going to boycott Florida and would not play any concerts there because of the George Zimmerman acquittal.

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by Patrick H. Moore

At I write this I am somewhat in wonder because Juror B29 known only as Maddy appeared in the light to be seen by all of America yesterday when she stepped up  and told us the truth about the George Zimmerman second-degree-murder case. She stated in an interview with ABC News that aired this evening:

“George Zimmerman got away with murder, but you can’t get away from God. And at the end of the day, he’s going to have a lot of questions and answers he has to deal with. But, the law couldn’t prove it.”

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by Bob Couttie

Lieutenant General Mok Chito of Cambodia’s National Judicial Police department has confirmed that DNA evidence in the Kampot murder case is “inconclusive”, as revealed in the comments section of an All Things Crime Blog post  in June. The report appears in Cambodia Daily, a local English-language newspaper.

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by Patrick H. Moore

Florida may be leading the pack as far as wacky crimes are concerned, but for sheer evil it’s hard to conceive of anything worse than what an upstate New York resident recently admitted to in county court. At his hearing, David Renz, who had been on electronic monitoring based on a federal child pornography charge, admitted that he cut off his electronic monitoring bracelet, carjacked a mother and daughter on March 14th, and then stabbed and strangled the mother to death after raping her 10-year-old daughter.

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