THE NEW FORTY Her story should not have ended like that.
I have been ill at ease ever since I learned the identity of the young woman who was killed in Fargo on November 23rd in the double murder perpetrated by David Stevens. That young woman was Sam Wicken... Posted on 12/2/13 at 10:24 PM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Statute of Limitations on Genocide?
As we get further and further in time from World War II, the number of remaining veterans is continuing to dwindle.
So is the number of remaining Nazis, and the number of full-fledged war criminals.
... Posted on 6/19/13 at 10:00 AM
LOST AND FOUND MINISTRIES The Murderer Next Door: A Story of Forgiveness
Mary Johnsons son was murdered in Minneapolis. The murderer, named Oshea, served 17 years in prison. He is now Mary Johnsons next door neighbor.
This is not an unfortunate fluke, but r... Posted on 6/2/13 at 4:25 PM
THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG A Tradegy in Kansas City
Recently former Kansas City Chief linebacker, Jovan Belcher, killed his girlfriend and then took his own life at the Chiefs practice facility in front of some coaches.
Since the killings reports have... Posted on 12/5/12 at 4:22 AM
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Former NBA player Javaris Crittenton, a roster member of a Bismarck developmental team, was in police custody after being arrested at a Southern California airport to board a flight to Atlanta, where his lawyer said he would go to surrender in a murder case.
Hit man still maintains that he was framed
It was the only sentence the prosecution considered suggesting and the precise result the defense expected: Michael Nakvinda was sent to prison Friday for the rest of his life for murdering Fargo dentist Philip Gattuso 15 months ago.
GRAND FORKS – Indictments handed down this week by a federal grand jury in Minneapolis against two Redby, Minn., men in the Nov. 3 shooting that left one man dead and two of his brothers wounded reveal new details about what the FBI says happened.
Stephen J. Lee, Forum Communications Co.
, January 21, 2011
Prosectors argue against tossing out police interview
There’s no basis for moving an upcoming murder trial away from Fargo or for throwing out a police interview conducted with the defendant, Cass County prosecutors argue in briefs filed Tuesday.
Cooperstown man’s next court appearance scheduled for Jan. 25
A judge denied bail Monday for a 30-year-old Cooperstown, N.D., man facing a murder charge after the victim’s decapitated head was found in his basement.
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