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Man accused of lacing heroin with elephant tranquilizers acquitted due to lack of evidence

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Man accused of lacing heroin with elephant tranquilizers acquitted due to lack of evidence


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Trial Date Continued for Former Officer Accused of Planting Evidence

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Trial Date Continued for Former Officer Accused of Planting Evidence


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Special Counsel Mueller has enough evidence to charge Flynn, son: NBC

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Special Counsel Mueller has enough evidence to charge Flynn, son: NBC


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UK chef's murderer fails to get Supreme Court to overturn conviction | Lexington Herald Leader

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No evidence troopers retaliated against protester

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The Latest: Manafort lawyer says ‘no evidence’ of collusion

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Two ex-Watergate prosecutors agree ‘there’s enough evidence right now to indict Donald Trump’
Former Watergate prosecutors Jill Wine-Banks and Nick Akerman joined MSNBC host Chris Hayes on Friday night to discuss the latest revelations about Michael Flynn potentially flipping and testifying against President Donald Trump. Acknowledging her history, Hayes asked Wine-Banks whether there was enough evidence for an obstruction of justice charge against President Trump. “There is absolutely enough for an obstruction case, I’d be happy to prosecute that one,” Wine-Banks concluded   Read More ...
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Man charged in human bones theft seeks to suppress evidence
Related Coverage WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — An attorney for a man charged with stealing human remains from a Massachusetts cemetery is seeking to bar prosecutors from using evidence and statements he says were unlawfully obtained by police. Amador Medina, formerly of Hartford, Conn., is awaiting trial in Worcester on charges that he stole skeletons from two family mausoleums at Hope Cemetery in 2015   Read More ...
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Body of evidence? Slaying suspect seeks judge's OK to have bullet surgically removed
Slaying suspect Jesse Pinkerton’s attempt to uncover evidence that might help him beat first-degree murder charges isn’t all that unusual. But his method certainly is. Pinkerton, who is charged in a 2012 fatal shooting on the South Side, is asking a Cook County judge to order a jail doctor to surgically remove a bullet from his body. Court filings don’t explain why Pinkerton, 34, thinks the bullet is relevant or how he plans to use that evidence at trial if a judge allowed it   Read More ...
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Vancouver police arrest man accused of selling forged tickets
VANCOUVER, Wash. - Vancouver police officers arrested a man accused of selling fake tickets to local events. On Wednesday, officers served a search warrant at 30-year-old Ahmad Shahrok’s home on allegations of forgery, theft, and possession of controlled substances. During the search warrant, police obtained images of the forged tickets, evidence he communicated with victims and evidence he was preparing for additional incidents   Read More ...
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Bombshell report offers clearest evidence yet Mueller has flipped Flynn
A new report from the New York Times offers the clearest evidence yet that former Trump National Security Adviser Michael Flynn is getting ready to cooperate with special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe. , Flynn’s lawyers have “notified the president’s legal team in recent days that they could no longer discuss the special counsel’s investigation.” Flynn’s attorneys had been sharing information with President Donald Trump’s legal team about Mueller’s probe into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, but the Times’ sources say that agreement has been terminated   Read More ...
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How Bitter Divorce and Custody Battle Led to a Calif. Mom's Murder-for-Hire Plot Gone Awry
The mysterious call came in around 10:30 p.m. on Sept. 1, 2016. A male voice on the other end of the line told Greg Mulvihill, who had spent the previous year in a custody dispute over his infant son, Kale, that he was holding incriminating evidence against him. The evidence, the voice said, would be taped to a utility pole along a dirt path off Avenida Soledad in Carlsbad, California   Read More ...
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Suspects held in supposed German Christmas market plot released
(CNN)Six Syrian nationals detained in raids by German police were released without charge Wednesday after initial investigations found there wasn't "sufficient evidence of a terror plot," the Frankfurt prosecutor's office said. There was also "no concrete evidence" the suspects belonged to the ISIS terror group, the office said. There are, however, indications the men have had contacts with ISIS and investigations are ongoing, the office's Christian Hartwig said   Read More ...
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DNA evidence leads to Arizona arrest in baby abandonment
PHOENIX (AP) — A 24-year-old Mesa woman who was arrested after being located through DNA evidence and an unrelated arrest warrant is accused of abandoning a newborn girl last year. Maricela Rocio Perez acknowledged giving birth in March 2016 and placing the hours-old baby in front of a home after deciding against taking the infant to a fire station designated as no-questions-asked haven for newborns, Mesa police said   Read More ...
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Attorneys for Nicole Finn file motion to block evidence
Attorneys for a West Des Moines mother charged with the death of her adopted 16-year-old daughter have filed a motion to keep some information out of her murder trial. Attorneys for Nicole Finn file motion to block evidence Attorneys for a West Des Moines mother charged with the death of her adopted 16-year-old daughter have filed a motion to keep some information out of her murder trial   Read More ...
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Nicole Finn Files Motion to Keep Some Evidence Out of Murder Trial
POLK COUNTY, Iowa – A West Des Moines mother accused of killing her 16-year-old adopted daughter is asking a judge to keep some evidence from being used during her murder trial. Nicole Finn faces several charges related to the death of Natalie Finn — including first degree murder. The teen was found unresponsive and not breathing on the floor of a bare room at her family’s home in October of 2016   Read More ...
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Court: Application for poor to get lawyer can't be evidence - | WBTV Charlotte
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - An appeals court says prosecutors can't use the document needed to get a court-appointed defense lawyer guaranteed by the Constitution to prove a North Carolina man's relationship with a teenage girl was illegal. The state Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that Raul Diaz must be retried on statutory rape and child abduction charges after the girl ran away with him to New Mexico and Oklahoma   Read More ...
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Application for poor to get lawyer can't be evidence
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — An appeals court says prosecutors can't use the document needed to get a court-appointed defense lawyer guaranteed by the Constitution to prove a North Carolina man's relationship with a teenage girl was illegal. The state Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that Raul Diaz must be retried on statutory rape and child abduction charges after the girl ran away with him to New Mexico and Oklahoma   Read More ...
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Court needs more time, evidence in death penalty case
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A South Dakota judge says the court needs more time and evidence before deciding whether convicted prison guard killer Rodney Berget is mentally disabled, which would bar his execution. The Argus Leader reports that attorneys made arguments Monday about Berget's mental capabilities and rights. Judge Doug Hoffman set another hearing for late January. Berget and another inmate, Eric Robert, were convicted of killing guard Ronald Johnson in 2011   Read More ...
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192 Boxes Of Documents Destroyed Ahead Of Sutter Health Lawsuit
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sutter Health has been accused of widespread overcharging on people’s bills. Now the company is under fire for destroying large amounts of evidence. “It makes me angry; it makes me angry,” said Christina Sanchez of Sacramento. “It’s just business now I think. I don’t even think they care about us anymore.” Attorneys suing the company claim it manipulated prices, forcing Northern California patients to pay more for health services   Read More ...
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The Latest: Defense: No evidence man wanted to shoot Steinle
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Latest on closing arguments in the San Francisco pier shooting murder trial (all times local): The defense attorney for a Mexican man accused of gunning down a woman on a San Francisco pier says prosecutors have not presented any evidence to support what he calls a "wild narrative" that he wanted to hurt someone. Closing arguments were underway Monday in the trial of Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, who is accused of murder in the death of Kate Steinle in July 2015   Read More ...
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Meet 'Dr. Maggot': An entomologist that helps solve crimes with insects
Dr. Tim Huntington (a.k.a. "Doctor Maggot"), uses forensic entomology to collect evidence from crime scenes. He has worked on multiple homicide cases, including the Casey Anthony case in Florida, and uses evidence provided by insects attracted to decomposing bodies to help figure out what happened to the victims.   Read More ...
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Meet 'Dr. Maggot': An entomologist that helps solve crimes with insects
Dr. Tim Huntington (a.k.a. "Doctor Maggot"), uses forensic entomology to collect evidence from crime scenes. He has worked on multiple homicide cases, including the Casey Anthony case in Florida, and uses evidence provided by insects attracted to decomposing bodies to help figure out what happened to the victims.   Read More ...
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Meet 'Dr. Maggot': An entomologist that helps solve crimes with insects
Dr. Tim Huntington (a.k.a. "Doctor Maggot"), uses forensic entomology to collect evidence from crime scenes. He has worked on multiple homicide cases, including the Casey Anthony case in Florida, and uses evidence provided by insects attracted to decomposing bodies to help figure out what happened to the victims.   Read More ...
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Meet 'Dr. Maggot': An entomologist that helps solve crimes with insects
Dr. Tim Huntington (a.k.a. "Doctor Maggot"), uses forensic entomology to collect evidence from crime scenes. He has worked on multiple homicide cases, including the Casey Anthony case in Florida, and uses evidence provided by insects attracted to decomposing bodies to help figure out what happened to the victims.   Read More ...
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Meet 'Dr. Maggot': An entomologist that helps solve crimes with insects
Dr. Tim Huntington (a.k.a. "Doctor Maggot"), uses forensic entomology to collect evidence from crime scenes. He has worked on multiple homicide cases, including the Casey Anthony case in Florida, and uses evidence provided by insects attracted to decomposing bodies to help figure out what happened to the victims.   Read More ...
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Meet 'Dr. Maggot': An entomologist that helps solve crimes with insects
Dr. Tim Huntington (a.k.a. "Doctor Maggot"), uses forensic entomology to collect evidence from crime scenes. He has worked on multiple homicide cases, including the Casey Anthony case in Florida, and uses evidence provided by insects attracted to decomposing bodies to help figure out what happened to the victims.   Read More ...
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Meet 'Dr. Maggot': An entomologist that helps solve crimes with insects
Dr. Tim Huntington (a.k.a. "Doctor Maggot"), uses forensic entomology to collect evidence from crime scenes. He has worked on multiple homicide cases, including the Casey Anthony case in Florida, and uses evidence provided by insects attracted to decomposing bodies to help figure out what happened to the victims.   Read More ...
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There’s new evidence suggesting Jared Kushner perjured himself in congressional testimony
A source tells the publication that Kushner testified that he “never had contact with Wikileaks or Assange — nor did anyone else on the campaign.” This directly contradicts what we now know about Donald Trump Jr.’s direct interactions with WikiLeaks via Twitter direct messages, in which the president’s son coordinated with the website about promoting the release of leaked emails stolen from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta   Read More ...
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Bob Woodward, legendary journalist who covered the Nixon Watergate scandal, urges Utah journalists to be cautious in Trump-era reporting
Nixon directed an operation that sought to subvert an election against his Democratic opponent during Watergate scandal that Woodward uncovered as a young reporter working for The Post. There is evidence of impropriety among key staffers of the Trump campaign, yet Woodward cautioned journalists Thursday night to follow the story and evidence patiently. “Restraint always works,” Woodward said in the University of Utah’s Sam Rich Lecture Series   Read More ...
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State crime lab receives evidence in officer-involved shooting case
KINGSTON, R.I. (WPRI) – Evidence from last week’s fatal officer-involved shooting was dropped off at the state crime lab on Thursday, the Target 12 Investigators have learned. Dennis Hilliard, director of the R.I. State Crime Laboratory, confirmed that the state police “did show up with evidence in that case.” Hilliard declined to elaborate on what kind of evidence his staff will be reviewing, but said in most shooting cases they are often asked to determine what type of gun was used, or attempt to match a bullet with a specific weapon   Read More ...
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Report identifies mounting evidence of Rohingya genocide, blames Myanmar
After a year of investigation on the ground, a new report says that there is "mounting evidence" that points to a genocide against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, and it says that Burmese Army soldiers, police and civilians are responsible for the atrocities. The report, published by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the non-profit organization Fortify Rights, says close to 1 million Rohingya have been forced to flee their homes   Read More ...
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Evidence: Capano, defense team document home following FBI search
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Man in jail for nearly 50 years on rape charge walks free after evidence surfaces that someone else likely responsible
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - A Louisiana man who has spent nearly 50 years in prison was freed Wednesday after a judge overturned his conviction in the kidnapping and rape of a nurse. State District Court Judge Richard Anderson set Wilbert Jones' bond at $2,000 after hearing arguments from defense attorneys and prosecutors in a Baton Rouge courtroom. Jones, now 65, was 19 when police arrested him on suspicion of raping the nurse in 1971   Read More ...
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‘No conclusive evidence’ of Kaspersky cyber-spying – US officials
After months of investigation, no conclusive evidence has been found to support claims the anti-virus developer Kaspersky Lab has been involved in cyber-spyi   Read More ...
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The Holocaust Museum Says There Is 'Mounting Evidence' of Genocide in Myanmar
Experts warned Wednesday of “mounting evidence” that genocide is being committed against Myanmar’s stateless Rohingya minority, citing new testimony from witnesses to recent military violence that his sent more than half a million people pouring over the border into neighboring Bangladesh. The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and Fortify Rights, an NGO that investigates human rights violations in Southeast Asia, said in a report that Myanmar’s state security forces appear to have “targeted the Rohingya group with several of the enumerated acts in the law of genocide   Read More ...
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Judge allows new evidence in animal cruelty trial
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. (AP) — A judge has allowed new evidence to be introduced in the trial of the former director of a Massachusetts greyhound rescue organization that is facing an animal cruelty charge. The MetroWest Daily News reports the lawyer for 72-year-old Louise Coleman fought against adding the two boxes of documents during Monday's hearing. He argued that it was unfair for the prosecutor to present new evidence so soon before trial   Read More ...
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Judge allows new evidence in animal cruelty trial
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. – A judge has allowed new evidence to be introduced in the trial of the former director of a Massachusetts greyhound rescue organization that is facing an animal cruelty charge. The MetroWest Daily News reports the lawyer for 72-year-old Louise Coleman fought against adding the two boxes of documents during Monday's hearing. He argued that it was unfair for the prosecutor to present new evidence so soon before trial   Read More ...
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DA accused of reckless driving refuses to turn over evidence to prosecutors
SILVER CITY, N.M. (KRQE) – The New Mexico District Attorney charged with reckless driving in her work car — and charged with misusing that government car — is refusing to give prosecutors a key piece of evidence. Last year, Grant County District Attorney Francesca Estevez was caught on video weaving and speeding on a highway near Silver City on an off-day in her work Dodge Charger   Read More ...
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Russia cites video game as ‘irrefutable’ proof that U.S. is helping Islamic State
Russia‘s defence ministry says it has “irrefutable evidence” that the United States is helping the Islamic Sate in Syria. The ministry posted its evidence to social media: a screenshot from a video game. In a Facebook post, the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation explained that during a Russian mission to liberate the Syrian region of Abu Kamal, they uncovered “facts of direct cooperation and support provided by the US-led coalition to the ISIS terrorists   Read More ...
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Russia offers bogus "evidence" that U.S. is helping ISIS
LONDON -- If Russia has a legitimate complaint about U.S. forces letting ISIS militants slip through the closing net and escape their territory in Syria, it appears to have undermined its own argument by laying out the charges with bogus "evidence." Russia's Ministry of Defense on Tuesday alleged in various statements cited by the country's state-run media, and in social media posts, that the U   Read More ...
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Man seeks freedom after judge tosses decades-old rape case
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — A Louisiana man could be freed Tuesday after nearly 50 years in prison for a rape conviction recently thrown out by a judge who concluded authorities withheld evidence. State District Court Judge Richard Anderson overturned Wilbert Jones' conviction Oct. 31, saying the case against him was "weak, at best" and authorities withheld evidence that could have exonerated Jones decades ago   Read More ...
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Man seeks freedom after judge tosses decades-old rape case
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — A Louisiana man could be freed Tuesday after nearly 50 years in prison for a rape conviction recently thrown out by a judge who concluded authorities withheld evidence. State District Court Judge Richard Anderson overturned Wilbert Jones' conviction Oct. 31, saying the case against him was "weak, at best" and authorities withheld evidence that could have exonerated Jones decades ago   Read More ...
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18 drinks in 82 minutes: Deleted footage reveals new evidence in PSU frat death
BELLEFONTE--The criminal case against members of a Penn State fraternity accused in a hazing death grew larger and arguably stronger Monday with new video evidence and 12 new defendants. Centre County District Attorney Stacy Parks Miller said the FBI had successfully recovered video footage from the basement of the Beta Theta Pi house after a frat brother allegedly deleted it. Based on what police saw in the newly visible video, Parks Miller filed new charges against 17 fraternity brothers, five of whom were already facing criminal charges in connection with the death of Timothy Piazza   Read More ...
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Son of former Baton Rouge judge released from prison in evidence room theft case
The son of a former Baton Rouge judge has been released from prison after spending five years behind bars for stealing large amounts of cocaine and several guns from an evidence vault inside the downtown state courthouse where he and his mother worked. Clad in orange prison clothes with his parents looking on, the son of a former Baton Rouge state judge admitted Monday that he stole cocaine a… William "Billy" Bates Colvin, 35, was one of 1,900-plus convicted inmates released earlier this month under a new law that allows nonviolent offenders to be eligible for "good time" release after serving 35 percent of their sentence — down from 40 percent before the law change, which is retroactive   Read More ...
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East Feliciana grand jury to hear evidence against accused serial killer Ryan Sharpe
A grand jury in East Feliciana Parish is expected to meet Monday to hear evidence on charges for alleged serial killer Ryan Sharpe in three shootings, two fatal, that terrorized the Clinton area from July to early October. Sharpe, 36, is currently held without bail in the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison on a count of first-degree murder for a fourth shooting that killed in a man in Pride, just over the parish line   Read More ...
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