Archives for December 2013

Happy Holidays!

We wish you the very best for a wonderful New Year. Thank you to all DCC readers and subscribers who supported us in 2013. You will be amazed by what we have in store for you in 2014. Warmly, Jacques & Alice

Is Clemency next for Zeigler?

Is Clemency next for Zeigler? That is a question I received after readers saw on my blog that the last appeal based on new evidence was denied by the Florida Supreme Court. Most people however asked: what is clemency and what will be considered during such a procedure? For an extensive overview of the clemency […]

What’s in your sidebar and why it matters

What’s in your sidebar and why it matters is an overview of what I have in my sidebar, why it changes, and what you can put in your sidebar. First, if you look at the right on my blog you will see that I have two sidebars. The left one is wider than the one […]

Recap #CrimeChat Dec 6, 2014

Recap #CrimeChat Dec 6, 2014 with Sue Carney about the Alfred Moore case. Sue and I did not follow any chronological order to discuss the case. We went from first impressions to every detail that bothered us. As you can imagine, the hour flew by and … we are left with more questions! Some of […]

Trial starts in the Hina Family Murders

Trial starts in the Hina Family Murders today. The Hina Family was killed during a 1989 fatal fire at a Keene apartment complex, New Hampshire. From the SFGate: “David McLeod has pleaded not guilty to four counts of second-degree murder. He is accused of igniting a blaze in a drug-fueled rage on Jan. 14, 1989, […]

Case of the Month: Michelle Martinko

Case of the Month: Michelle Martinko. Michelle was found murdered around 4am on December 20, 1979 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Police discovered her body in the parking lot of the Westdale Mall. The Kennedy High School senior (18) had been stabbed to death in the family Buick. Michelle’s murder remains ever present for her family […]