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Ohio convicted killer: Civil rights violated when dreadlocks cut

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Man convicted of triple homicide in Woodland killings

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Man freed 45 years after being wrongly convicted of rape

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Wrongfully convicted man freed after 45 years

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Refuge occupier Duane Ehmer sentenced to one year and a day in federal prison

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The Latest: Doctor to appeal conviction in fatal overdoses
HAMILTON, Mont. (AP) - The Latest on the conviction of a western Montana doctor in the overdose deaths of two patients (all times local): A western Montana pain doctor plans to appeal his convictions on 22 felonies, including two counts of negligent homicide in the overdose deaths of two patients. Chris Christensen was convicted Monday in the deaths of Greg Griffin and Kara Philbrick-Lenker   Read More ...
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Man gets life in killing of man responding to Craigslist ad
MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) — A Georgia man convicted of killing a college student responding to a Craigslist ad has been sentenced to serve life in prison without the possibility of parole. The Cobb County district attorney's office says 24-year-old Kalynn Shiquez Ruthenberg of Marietta was sentenced Monday to life without parole plus 25 years. A jury on Nov. 7 convicted him on charges including murder in the 2015 shooting death of 21-year-old James E   Read More ...
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Man freed from death row blames conviction on racial bias
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — A biased autopsy and a prosecutor's racism and religious fervor corrupted the murder case against a black man freed from Louisiana's death row, a federal lawsuit says. Rodricus Crawford, 29, sued the Caddo Parish coroner and district attorney's offices last Thursday, one year after the Louisiana Supreme Court overturned his first-degree murder conviction in the death of his 1-year-old son   Read More ...
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Man convicted of killing roommate over stolen beer
PITTSBURGH (AP) — A Pennsylvania man accused of beating his roommate to death over stolen beer last year has been found guilty of involuntary manslaughter. A judge handed down the verdict Monday in the nonjury trial of 35-year-old Justin Vankirk. Police said the Brentwood resident told investigators that he confronted his roommate, 58-year-old Charles Parker, about the Keystone Ice beer and fought with him, then left him lying on the floor and went to bed   Read More ...
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Montana doctor found guilty in overdose deaths
HAMILTON, Mont. (AP) - A western Montana pain doctor has been found guilty of 22 felonies, including two counts of negligent homicide for the overdose deaths of two of his patients. Jurors returned their verdict against Chris Christensen of Florence on Monday morning. They received the case on Thursday. Christensen also was found guilty of 11 counts of criminal distribution of dangerous drugs and nine counts of criminal endangerment   Read More ...
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Ohio convicted killer: Civil rights violated when dreadlocks cut
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A convicted killer in an Ohio prison claims in a federal lawsuit that his civil rights have been violated by the repeated cutting of his dreadlocks. ism requires him to wear his hair in dreadlocks. The lawsuit filed last week says the prison has forcibly cut his hair five times, impeding his ability to practice his religion   Read More ...
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Convicted killer: Civil rights violated when dreadlocks cut
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - A convicted killer in an Ohio prison claims in a federal lawsuit that his civil rights have been violated by the repeated cutting of his dreadlocks. The lawsuit filed on behalf of inmate Cecil Koger says his faith of Rastafarianism (rah-stah-FARE-ee-ah-nizm) requires him to wear his hair in dreadlocks. The lawsuit filed last week says the prison has forcibly cut his hair five times, impeding his ability to practice his religion   Read More ...
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Convicted killer: Civil rights violated when dreadlocks cut
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A convicted killer in an Ohio prison claims in a federal lawsuit that his civil rights have been violated by the repeated cutting of his dreadlocks. The lawsuit filed on behalf of inmate Cecil Koger says his faith of Rastafarianism (rah-stah-FARE-ee-ah-nizm) requires him to wear his hair in dreadlocks. The lawsuit filed last week says the prison has forcibly cut his hair five times, impeding his ability to practice his religion   Read More ...
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Convicted killer: Civil rights violated when dreadlocks cut
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A convicted killer in an Ohio prison claims in a federal lawsuit that his civil rights have been violated by the repeated cutting of his dreadlocks. The lawsuit filed on behalf of inmate Cecil Koger says his faith of Rastafarianism (rah-stah-FARE-ee-ah-nizm) requires him to wear his hair in dreadlocks. The lawsuit filed last week says the prison has forcibly cut his hair five times, impeding his ability to practice his religion   Read More ...
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Former Tulsa officer convicted of manslaughter sentenced to 15 years
TULSA, Okla. – A former Oklahoma police officer who was convicted of killing his daughter’s boyfriend has been sentenced to more than a decade in prison. Last month, a jury convicted Shannon Kepler of first-degree manslaughter in his fourth trial for the 2014 fatal shooting of 19-year-old Jeremy Lake. Prosecutors said Kepler confronted Lake, who was walking with Kepler’s daughter, when they began to argue   Read More ...
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Tulsa ex-officer convicted of manslaughter to be sentenced
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Sentencing is set for a former Oklahoma police officer who was convicted of manslaughter in the off-duty fatal shooting of his daughter's boyfriend. Juries had deadlocked three times in the case of Shannon Kepler, who was convicted last month at his fourth trial in the 2014 slaying of 19-year-old Jeremey Lake. He's due to be sentenced Monday in Tulsa   Read More ...
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Chicago officer who shot at teens to be sentenced
CHICAGO (AP) — A Chicago police officer convicted of shooting at a car full of teenagers is returning to federal court for sentencing. Monday's scheduled hearing for 42-year-old Marco Proano comes three months after he was convicted of using excessive force in violation of the victims' civil rights. In a court filing, prosecutors ask for Proano to be sentenced to up to eight years in prison because he could have killed six teens when he fired indiscriminately into the car   Read More ...
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Chicago officer who shot at teens to be sentenced
CHICAGO (AP) _ A Chicago police officer convicted of shooting at a car full of teenagers is returning to federal court for sentencing. Monday’s scheduled hearing for Marco Proano comes three months after he was convicted of using excessive force in violation of the victims’ civil rights. In a court filing, prosecutors ask for a sentence up to eight years in prison because the 42-year-old Proano could have killed six teens when he fired indiscriminately into the car   Read More ...
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Chicago officer who shot at teens to be sentenced
CHICAGO (AP) — A Chicago police officer convicted of shooting at a car full of teenagers is returning to federal court for sentencing. Monday's scheduled hearing for Marco Proano comes three months after he was convicted of using excessive force in violation of the victims' civil rights. In a court filing, prosecutors ask for a sentence up to eight years in prison because the 42-year-old Proano could have killed six teens when he fired indiscriminately into the car   Read More ...
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Convicted mass murderer Charles Manson dies at 83
Convicted mass murderer and former Manson family cult leader Charles Manson has died at the age of 83, officials confirmed. Manson "died of natural causes." A lifelong criminal and conman, Manson reinvented himself in the late 1960s, becoming a quasi-Christ-like figure among a group of hippies called the Manson Family. Manson convinced his followers to carry out his demonic plans, which resulted in the deaths of seven people, among them actress Sharon Tate, who was heavily pregnant at the time during the summer of 1969   Read More ...
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Teen found guilty of ethnic intimidation to appeal verdict
A North Carolina teenager found guilty of ethnic intimidation and simple assault plans to appeal the decision. WLOS-TV in Asheville reports authorities in Transylvania County say the teen threatened to hang a classmate at Brevard High School, hit the teenager with a nylon strap and used racial slurs. The incident occurred in May on the high school campus. The teen was found guilty by a judge on Tuesday in Transylvania County District Court   Read More ...
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Oversight groups have repeatedly identified flaws in military crime reporting
In 2012, after Devin P. Kelley was convicted of domestic violence by a military court, Holloman Air Force Base failed to input that conviction into a federal database used for gun-purchase background checks. The oversight enabled Kelley to buy multiple weapons from licensed gun dealers, which the ATF says were found at the scene after he killed 26 people at a Texas church   Read More ...
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Charles Manson Death Hoax: Ailing ‘Icon Of Evil’ Not Dead, Fake News Sites Spread false ‘Manson Dies’ Report
Charles Manson, the 83-year-old convicted murderer and former cult leader often referred to an an American “icon of evil,” remains hospitalized but alive this weekend as hoax reports of his death spread online thanks to a network of fake news sites. News reports circulated last week saying that Manson, who has been denied parole 12 times since his 1971 conviction, had been hospitalized in Bakersfield, California, but details of his ailment and condition were not publicly disclosed   Read More ...
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Edmonds man convicted of stealing from Navy cadet program
SEATTLE (AP) - The U.S. Justice Department say a 49-year-old Edmonds man has been convicted of wire fraud and embezzlement for defrauding the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps of more than $50,000. U.S. Attorney Annette L. Hayes says Michael Leighton was convicted Friday in U.S. District Court in Seattle following a four-day jury trial. Hayes says the jury deliberated about two hours before returning the verdicts   Read More ...
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Chicago cop faces sentencing for firing 16 shots at car filled with teens, wounding two
A veteran Chicago police officer faces sentencing Monday for his excessive force conviction for firing 16 times into a moving vehicle filled with teens. Marco Proano, 42, was the first Chicago cop in memory to be convicted in federal court of criminal charges stemming from an on-duty shooting. His attorney is seeking probation, arguing the officer should not be punished for alleged systemic problems in the department and calling him a scapegoat "sacrificed to the furor" over police misconduct   Read More ...
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White supremacist convicted of triple homicide
VANCOUVER, Wash. -- A jury has convicted a 37-year-old man of three counts of aggravated murder in the 2016 shooting deaths of three people in a home in Washington state. The Columbian reports a jury on Friday also convicted Brent Luyster of one count of attempted murder and two counts of unlawful possession of a weapon. Luyster, a known white supremacist, shot and killed Joseph Mark LaMar, Zachary Thompson and Janell Renee Knight on July 15, 2016, in the small town of Woodland   Read More ...
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White supremacist convicted of triple homicide in Washington state
VANCOUVER, Wash. -- A jury has convicted a 37-year-old man of three counts of aggravated murder in the 2016 shooting deaths of three people in a home in Washington state. The Columbian reports a jury on Friday also convicted Brent Luyster of one count of attempted murder and two counts of unlawful possession of a weapon. Luyster, a known white supremacist, shot and killed Joseph Mark LaMar, Zachary Thompson and Janell Renee Knight on July 15, 2016, in the small town of Woodland   Read More ...
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Heroin dealer convicted of manslaughter after buyer fatally overdoses&
BEAUFORT, N.C. A drug dealer was convicted of involuntary manslaughter after selling heroin to a man who later died of an overdose from the opioid. Kendal Walbert died of a heroin overdose in August 2014 after buying heroin from Thomas and co-defendant Michael Becker, who testified at the trial, according to WCTI. Guthrie told deputies the heroin was strong, that two people overdosed on it and that she did twice as well, according to WNCT   Read More ...
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Man convicted of triple homicide in Washington state
VANCOUVER, Wash. — A jury has convicted a 37-year-old man of three counts of aggravated murder in the 2016 shooting deaths of three people in a home in Washington state. The Columbian reported that a jury Friday also convicted Brent Luyster of one count of attempted murder and two counts of unlawful possession of a weapon. Luyster, a known white supremacist, shot and killed Joseph Mark Lamar, Zachary Thompson and Janell Renee Knight on July 15, 2016, in the small town of Woodland   Read More ...
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Neo-Nazi convicted of murdering three friends, shooting another
A Washington white supremacist covered in Nazi tattoos was convicted for murdering his three friends and shooting a fourth person in the face at a Woodhill home last summer. The Clark County jury on Friday found Brent Luyster guilty on all charges, including three counts of aggravated murder, one count of attempted murder and two counts of unlawful possession of a weapon, the Columbian reported   Read More ...
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Fairbanks man convicted of stealing copper pipes
FAIRBANKS — A Fairbanks man accused of breaking into an eastside home, stealing copper pipes and cutting the catalytic converter off the homeowner’s car was convicted of all charges by a Fairbanks jury Thursday. Zachary Hockersmith, 35, was arrested a week after the June 20 incident and was charged with felony first-degree burglary, felony third-degree criminal mischief and misdemeanor third-degree theft   Read More ...
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AG seeks enhanced sentence for convicted ex-state senator
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Man convicted of triple homicide in Washington state
VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) — A jury has convicted a 37-year-old man of three counts of aggravated murder in the 2016 shooting deaths of three people in a home in Washington state. The Columbian reports (http://bit.ly/2hzG9a9) a jury on Friday also convicted Brent Luyster of one count of attempted murder and two counts of unlawful possession of a weapon. Luyster, a known white supremacist, shot and killed Joseph Mark Lamar, Zachary Thompson and Janell Renee Knight on July 15, 2016, in the small town of Woodland   Read More ...
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15 men exonerated in one day -- and 7 Chicago cops taken off the street
Exonerations came four years after federal conviction of ex-Sgt. Ronald Watts Seven other officers were placed on desk duty pending a review of other cases Chicago (CNN)The drug convictions of 15 men in Chicago have been thrown out after they claimed they were framed years earlier by a police sergeant, who went to prison for a related crime, and his team of officers   Read More ...
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Man convicted of triple homicide in Woodland killings
VANCOUVER -- A southwestern Washington state jury has convicted a 37-year-old man of three counts of aggravated murder following the shooting deaths of three people in a Clark County home. The Columbian reports that a jury on Friday also convicted Brent Luyster of one count of attempted murder and two counts of unlawful possession of a weapon. Luyster, a known white supremacist, fatally shot Joseph Mark Lamar, Zachary Thompson and Janell Renee Knight on July 15, 2016, in Woodland   Read More ...
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Man convicted of triple homicide in Washington state
VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) - A southwestern Washington state jury has convicted a 37-year-old man of three counts of aggravated murder following the shooting deaths of three people in a Clark County home. The Columbian reports (http://bit.ly/2hzG9a9) that a jury on Friday also convicted Brent Luyster of one count of attempted murder and two counts of unlawful possession of a weapon. Luyster, a known white supremacist, fatally shot Joseph Mark Lamar, Zachary Thompson and Janell Renee Knight on July 15, 2016, in Woodland   Read More ...
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North Carolina man convicted for role in fatal crash - | WBTV Charlotte
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) - A North Carolina man has been convicted of murder in a car crash in which two people were killed. The Winston-Salem Journal reports a Forsyth County jury took 30 minutes to find Ivan Jonathan Prudente-Anorve guilty on Friday. Authorities say 21-year-old Cameron Marc Francis and 22-year-old Marquice Gaines died after Prudente-Anorve drove through a flashing red light on Oct   Read More ...
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Jurors hand out not guilty verdict after four hours of deliberation in home invasion case
Alexis Guzman, 21, found not guilty of murder and burglary of a habitation. Published 12:18 am, Saturday, November 18, 2017 A man who was on trial this week in connection with a fatal home invasion in south Laredo was found not guilty Friday. About four hours after jurors began deliberating the verdict, they found Alexis Guzman, 21, not guilty of murder and burglary of a habitation   Read More ...
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Philippine court convicts bomber in congressman's death
MANILA, Philippines – A Philippine court has convicted a man of multiple murder for a daring motorcycle bomb attack that killed a Muslim rebel-turned-congressman and three other people and wounded 10, including two legislators. Judge Ralph Lee of the Regional Trial Court Branch 83 on Friday convicted Ikram Indama but acquitted two other key suspects in the Nov. 13 2007 bombing   Read More ...
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Man found guilty of murdering 3 friends at home in Woodland, Wash
VANCOUVER, Wash. – Jurors found Brent Luyster guilty on all charges Thursday for killing three people and shooting a fourth person in the face at a home in Woodland, Washington last summer. Luyster was found guilty of 3 counts of aggravated murder, 1 count attempted murder and 2 counts of unlawful possession of a weapon. Families of the victims filled the courtroom, crying tears of joy and relief as the verdict was read   Read More ...
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Philippine court convicts bomber in congressman's death
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A Philippine court has convicted a man of multiple murder for a daring motorcycle bomb attack that killed a Muslim rebel-turned-congressman and three other people and wounded 10, including two legislators. Judge Ralph Lee of the Regional Trial Court Branch 83 on Friday convicted Ikram Indama but acquitted two other key suspects in the Nov. 13 2007 bombing   Read More ...
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Collinsville man sentenced for battering 14-month-old
EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. – A Collinsville man was sentenced Friday following a conviction for battering a toddler, the Madison County State’s Attorney’s Office said. According to court documents, 30-year-old Steven Williams was convicted on September 22 on five counts of aggravated battery of a child. The trial lasted three days. Williams was sentenced to six years on each of the five charges, for a total of 30 years   Read More ...
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Woman convicted in hair weave killings collapses as guilty verdict read
MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - A Memphis jury has decided the fate of a 19-year-old woman accused of killing three people over hair weave. Shelby Isaac was found guilty on two counts of second-degree murder in the shooting and killing E.J. Tate, his girlfriend Edwina Thomas, and their unborn child in January 2016. Our crew on the scene reported Isaac collapsed as the judge polled the jurors   Read More ...
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Woman convicted in hair weave killings collapses as guilty verdict read
MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - A Memphis jury has decided the fate of a 19-year-old woman accused of killing three people over hair weave. Shelby Isaac was found guilty on two counts of second-degree murder in the shooting and killing E.J. Tate, his girlfriend Edwina Thomas, and their unborn child in January 2016. Our crew on the scene reported Isaac collapsed as the judge polled the jurors   Read More ...
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Woman convicted in hair weave killings collapses as guilty verdi - | WBTV Charlotte
MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - A Memphis jury has decided the fate of a 19-year-old woman accused of killing three people over hair weave. Shelby Isaac was found guilty on two counts of second-degree murder in the shooting and killing E.J. Tate, his girlfriend Edwina Thomas, and their unborn child in January 2016. Our crew on the scene reported Isaac collapsed as the judge polled the jurors   Read More ...
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