Execution-style NYPD officer killing convict denied parole after decades behind bars

NEW YORK, NY – A parole request by a former convict involved in the execution-style killing of a rookie New York City police officer in 1988 has been denied. Todd Scott, convicted for his part in the shooting death of Officer Edward Byrne, was previously serving a 25 years to life sentence and had been … Read more

Gilgo Beach Serial Killer Suspect Terrorized Women for Decades, Witnesses Say

Mastic Beach, New York – A man charged with the murders of four women found along a remote stretch of Long Island’s South Shore over a decade ago is facing new scrutiny, with five women coming forward to share chilling encounters with the suspect before his arrest. Rex Heuermann, 59, has pleaded not guilty to … Read more

BTK Killer: The Chilling Confession of Kansas Serial Killer Dennis Rader Who Haunted Wichita for Over Two Decades

Wichita, Kansas – A notorious serial killer terrorized the residents of Wichita, Kansas, for over two decades in a horrifying killing spree that began in January 1974. Dennis Rader, also known as the BTK Killer, inflicted a reign of terror across the Wichita area, torturing and killing at least 10 victims. The acronym BTK in … Read more

Suspect in Three Murders Finally Named After Decades: Virginia Cases Reopen

HAMPTON, Virginia – A recent breakthrough in a decades-old murder case has shed light on the identity of a suspect in three separate killings dating back to the late 1980s. After more than thirty years, DNA evidence has linked deceased fisherman Alan W. Wilmer to the deaths of David Knobling, Robin Edwards, and Teresa Lynn … Read more

Parole a Possibility: Notorious American Criminals Susan Smith, David Berkowitz, Patricia Krenwinkel and Edmund Kemper Prepare for Release Hearings After Decades Behind Bars

Columbia, South Carolina – In 2024, there may be the potential for several notorious criminals in the United States to be released on parole after spending decades behind bars for heinous crimes. However, while their release is not guaranteed, they must demonstrate reformation in front of a parole board before being considered for freedom. Among … Read more