HEY, WE deserve a break too so we're going to kick back and take it easy this weekend. Sadly, some horrific crime usually occurs on the Thanksgiving holiday but it would be nice if this year was an exception. Have a fabulous, safe holiday. God Bless.
The team at Crime Scene USA
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
The depraved Dutchman first came to the fore when pretty Natalee
As we reported here, mad Mary Ann Holder, 36, was furious that her boyfriend Russell Lamb had decided to end their affair and go back to his wife.
So after calling him to a meeting near their home in Greensboro, NC, she fired a number of shots she eventually managed to blast him in the shoulder, as he ran away.
She went on to shoot her sons Robert Dylan Smith 17, and Zachary Smith, 14, in the head, instantly killing the eldest, before firing at Robert's girlfriend, Makayla Woods, 15, and killing her niece, Hannaleigh Suttles, eight.
Then she turned the gun on herself.
Slugger Greg Halman, 24, was found bleeding from a deep stab wound in the early hours of Monday morning in his family's home in Rotterdam, Holland, as we reported here.
His 22-year-old brother Jason, was busted at the scene, where ambulance paramedics were unable to revive Halman, who broke into the Seattle side last year.
Rotterdam Police spokeswoman Patricia Wessels said: "From what we have learned so far there was an argument between the two brothers over loud music being played."
In the meantime tributes have been pouring in for the well liked dutch international.
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THE BOGUS tranny doctor accused of nearly killing a woman by injecting her buttocks with glue and cement performed similar procedures on other woman, health officials have revealed.
As we reported here weird Oneal Ron Morris, 30, allegedly caused life threatening injuries after promising a bigger booty.
But lab results determined that the substances injected into the victim included "household and automotive products to include superglue, mineral oil and 'Fix-a-Flat,"
Jennifer Hirst, DOH deputy press secretary in an email statement there was also permanent scarring at the injection points.
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Heath and Deborah Campbell were told to hand over their baby Hons immediately after giving birth on Thursday, after a New Jersey judge ruled Monday that he should stay in state care.