Trey Noah case finally going to court!

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The murder case of Trey Noah (Kendalia, Texas) is finally moving closer to the court rooms. “A court date of February 15, at 9am, has been set for Shelby Moore and Brandon Harber, who are both charged with the first-degree felony murder of Trey Noah as well as tampering with physical evidence, a second-degree felony. A […]

Update Zeigler DNA hearing

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The Orlando Sentinel reports that Zeigler’s lawyers, arguing for more DNA testing, asked the court for a continuance of the scheduled February 3rd hearing. A former forensic expert is no longer available. “The new expert, Timothy Palmbach, works with blood spatter evidence an does forensic analysis work. But Assistant State Attorney Jeff Ashton, another veteran […]

Conviction in Mike Silcock case

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The Daily Mail Online reports that “the court heard Benson, whose criminal record read out in court ran to 13 pages, told a fellow prison inmate: ‘One down, 500 to go. I have burnt the car out. They are not getting any fingerprints on me.’ Later, he refused to co-operate with police when interviewed, instead […]

Week 4: Sum it up!

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  Monsters …this week seemed to be full of monsters. They are inside our heads, hunting us or, we are creating new ones. Monster can be found everywhere and Guantanamo Bay is no exception, just read the comments underneath the article. “New documents obtained by the American Civil Liberties Union show “unjustified homicide” of detainees […]

Sunday laughs…

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This post has absolutely nothing to do with cold cases! This is what Vidster was reading this morning! The dirty secrets of a barrister’s wig are explained in detail on Baby Barista’s blog. I could not help imagine what I’d do if I took a wig out of a box …hold it between to fingers? […]