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Jury selection continues in St. Augustine double murder trial
15 Jul 2018
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Spar & Bernstein P.C. Defense Lawyer Paul Hirsch discusses horrific murder trial in this Brad Show Live Segment.
25 Jul 2018
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25 Feb 2011
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Unfortunately the prosecution chose NOT to show this or use an animation at the trial.
2 Apr 2011
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Former producer of reality show Survivor arrives in Cancun, Mexico under heavy police protection. Beresford-Redman was extradited from Los Angeles to Mexico where he faces charges of murdering his wife at a Cancun Resort.
9 Feb 2012
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Attorney Ann Fitz discusses with Fox News that the former attorney for Phil Spector faces jail time if she does not appear in court to testify in his murder trial. The Federal Law Group. Atlanta, Georgia. 404-287-0106. *******www.federallawgroup****
14 Mar 2009
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9 Jul 2007
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It’s been a really hard past few months for Jennifer Hudson and her family as a result of the murder of her mother, brother, and nephew. And yesterday she told press that in the midst of her pain, she feels blessed by the four Grammy Nominations she received earlier his week. Gossip Girls Quickie Celebrity Gossip and Entertainment News Update From www.gossipgirls****.
6 Dec 2008
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Controversial tattoos are on the tongues of many Florida residents who are helping to pay for the cosmetic work of an accused murderer. “Jurors will not see this large swastika on John Ditullio’s neck or any of the other tattoos he’s acquired since being in jail in 2006. The judge ruled those tattoos could sway a jury’s opinion. So, the state is paying a cosmetologist $125 a day to cover them up.” (MSNBC) Ditullio is on trial for stabbing his neighbor Patricia Wells because he thought she was dating an African American man and for killing Wells’ friend Kristopher King because he was gay in 2006. The Daily Mail reports King’s mother is outraged. “‘The judge is bending over backwards for the criminal... Did somebody tie him down while he was in jail and put these tattoos on him?’” The New York Times talked to Ditullio’s lawyer Bjorn Brunvand who believes covering the tattoos is the only way Ditullio will get a fair trial. “‘There’s no doubt in my mind — without the makeup being used, there’s no way a jury could look at John and judge him fairly... It’s too frightening when you see him with the tattoos. It’s a scary picture.’” To some, it’s a question of whether the tattoos are relevant to the case and if the relevance outweighs the prejudice. “I would say that if he was charged with a hate crime--if the affiliation with Nazism is part of what he’s charged with then the jury ought to see the swastika. If he’s charged with an ordinary crime, the probably the prejudice outweighs the relevance.” The St. Petersburg Times reports some aren’t happy that it’s taxpayers’ money paying for the cosmetic work. “‘I didn't think it was right that the taxpayers should have to foot the bill for that.’” In 2006 when the crime happened, Ditullio was living with an American Nazi group. Last year, the first trial ended with a hung jury. He faces the death penalty if convicted.
9 Dec 2010
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BY MATTHEW HIBBARD ANCHOR CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource U.S. news analysis from Newsy Pakistan has released CIA contractor Raymond Davis -- who was arrested two months ago after gunning down two Pakistani men. Davis maintains the two men were attempting to rob him - but his release is leaving many Pakistanis enraged at the United States. This comes as the United States is trying to improve diplomatic relations with the Pakistani government. Express News reports - Pakistanis are taking to the streets in protest of Davis’ release. “Police are doing the best to take control of the situation. As you can see on the pictures, they’re blocking roads, they're burning cars, they are putting barbwire on the street.” The United States paid $2.34 million in “blood money” to the victim’s family in exchange for Davis’ release. Islamic law allows acquittal if there’s compensation to victims’ families in murder cases, but only if the family is willing to accept the arrangement. According to AFP, lawyers of the victim’s families might have been forced into negotiations by Pakistani government officials. The lawyers were instructed not to speak to the media. A contributor tells CNN, the relationship between both countries’ secret service agencies are complicated. “Well it’s a battle between two intelligence services. These intelligence services, once allies and cooperated in operations, have been taking pot shots at each other. If this were a married couple, the CIA and the ISI, you would say that they should get a divorce.” And a writer for Foreign Policy says, while both agencies have their downsides, it was the CIA who fell short in these agreements. “While the religious parties may cry themselves hoarse over sovereignty of the country and rule of law, the ISI in particular has the upper hand here, and has impressed upon the CIA to make it clear that they cannot run a network under the noses of the powerful spy agency.” Davis spent the past two years working as part of a group of covert CIA operatives, conducting surveillance of militant groups in large cities. His current location remains undisclosed for his personal safety. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource U.S. news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
19 Mar 2011
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"Caylee" (Words & Music by Mitchell Stone) / Copyright © 2011 Emstone Music Publishing / Performed by Mitchell Stone Mitchell Stone wrote "Caylee" on Sunday, July 17, 2011, the day of the release of Casey Anthony from Orlando, Florida's Orange County Jail, following the courtroom verdict for which Casey was found not guilty of killing her two-year-old daughter, Caylee Marie Anthony. The song is a tribute to Caylee...it only reflects the facts brought out in the case...and it is not intended to be construed as an indictment or accusation of guilt against Casey Anthony. Caylee, R.I.P. _______ CAYLEE Caylee, who killed you, baby? The courts say maybe it was Mommy But they're not sure If I was Mommy, I'd run like hell 'cause no one likes a child murderer Caylee, how did you land in the woods In a garbage bag with duct tape 'round your mouth? You couldn't win If I was Mommy, then I'd fly south So far south, and never come back again Caylee, when you were gone Mommy lied, Grandma cried And Grandpa tried to find you But your life was behind you And Mommy left you in the cold And the world cried for little Caylee Who killed you baby? The courts say maybe it was your Mommy
27 Jul 2011
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"Caylee" (Words & Music by Mitchell Stone) / Copyright © 2011 Emstone Music Publishing / Performed by Mitchell Stone Mitchell Stone wrote "Caylee" on Sunday, July 17, 2011, the day of the release of Casey Anthony from Orlando, Florida's Orange County Jail, following the courtroom verdict for which Casey was found not guilty of killing her two-year-old daughter, Caylee Marie Anthony. The song is a tribute to Caylee...it only reflects the facts brought out in the case...and it is not intended to be construed as an indictment or accusation of guilt against Casey Anthony. Caylee, R.I.P. _________ CAYLEE Caylee, who killed you, baby? The courts say maybe it was Mommy But they're not sure If I was Mommy, I'd run like hell 'cause no one likes a child murderer Caylee, how did you land in the woods In a garbage bag with duct tape 'round your mouth? You couldn't win If I was Mommy, then I'd fly south So far south, and never come back again Caylee, when you were gone Mommy lied, Grandma cried And Grandpa tried to find you But your life was behind you And Mommy left you in the cold And the world cried for little Caylee Who killed you baby? The courts say maybe it was your Mommy
27 Jul 2011
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