Sunday, August 21, 2011
The pint sized actor who played Random Task, based on the Odd Job character from the James Bond movies, allegedly snatched the woman with pal and repeatedly raped and tortured her at gunpoint.
But now after more than two decades he has finally been linked with the crime thanks to DNA technology.
Read more here.
|NOT SEEN IN THE SEA|
Gary Giordano, 50, had told investigators on the tiny Caribbean island that he was snorkelling with his 35-year-old girlfriend, when the water got rough and he signaled to her that they should swim into shore.
When got to shore, he claims he turned round to find she was gone, never to be seen again.
But now his claims have been sensationally refuted by a witness who told police that he saw the tourists walking on the beach, but they did not go into the sea.
A huge search had been launched for the youngster after an Amber Alert was issued, but thankfully Andrea Fox was found safe and well in the car of James Dean Martin.
Her mom Shanna Love said: "She's in good shape, she's unharmed and we're going to see her now. I'm not sure what's happened but we're glad she's safe."
Fox was last seen while staying with her grandmother who reported her missing Tuesday morning when she found a note from the girl saying she was going to New York for a week, would return before school began and not to look for her.
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The 12-year-old amateur sleuth was furious about a break in at her late great-grandmother's house in Atlanta, so she used the investigative skills she'd learned on a Junior District Attorney camp this summer.
Cops had told Jessica Maple's family, that there were no signs of forced entry at the Atlanta, GA home, but after encouraging her mom to let her have a look, the child detective embarrassed the real cops.