Threats Emerge After Trump Guilty Verdict Sparks Violent Rhetoric

Washington, DC – After former President Donald Trump was found guilty on 34 felony charges related to hush money payments, a disturbing trend of violent rhetoric emerged targeting those involved in the case. Threats were directed at the prosecutors, the judge, and even the jurors who unanimously agreed on Trump’s guilt. Social media posts containing … Read more

Insanity Verdict: Kernersville Man Found Not Guilty in Wife’s Stabbing Death

KERNERSVILLE, N.C. – In a tragic turn of events, a Kernersville man has been acquitted by reason of insanity in the stabbing death of his wife that occurred in 2019. Jason Daniel Hyde, 44, was deemed not guilty by Judge Alyson Grine of Forsyth Superior Court and subsequently ordered to be involuntarily committed to Central … Read more

Guilty Verdict: Draper Airbnb Party Shooter Convicted of Aggravated Murder

Draper, Utah – A 19-year-old man, Daniel Martinez, has been found guilty of aggravated murder for shooting and killing two individuals at an Airbnb party in Draper. Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill announced Monday that Martinez has been convicted on two counts of first-degree murder. Sentencing for Martinez is scheduled for July 18, … Read more

Doomsday Trial Ends in Guilty Verdict for Chad Daybell: Shocking Details Revealed

REXBURG, IDAHO – In a high-profile trial that grabbed national attention, Chad Daybell was recently convicted of the murders of his late wife and two stepchildren. The case, centered around the “doomsday” religious beliefs of the family, involved the disappearance and tragic deaths of Joshua “JJ” Vallow and Tylee Ryan in 2019. The bodies of … Read more

Verdict Reached in Daybell Murder Trial – Deliberations Continue for Possible Death Penalty

BOISE, Idaho – After a jury in Idaho delivered a guilty verdict in Chad Daybell’s triple murder trial, they will reconvene Saturday morning to determine if he will face the death penalty for the killings of his first wife and two of his second wife’s children. Daybell was found guilty of multiple charges related to … Read more

Verdict Reached in Chad Daybell Triple Murder Trial Reveals Shocking Details

Idaho Falls, Idaho – A verdict has been reached in the triple murder trial of Chad Daybell, who faced murder and conspiracy charges in the deaths of his first wife and the two children of his second wife. Prosecutors claim the case was fueled by power, sex, money, and apocalyptic beliefs. Daybell pleaded not guilty … Read more

Guilty Verdict: Arizona Man Found Guilty of Starving Son to Death in Closet

Flagstaff, Arizona – A heart-wrenching case of child abuse has come to a tragic end as Anthony Martinez was found guilty of first-degree murder in the death of his young son, Deshaun Martinez. The six-year-old boy was discovered unresponsive after being starved to death while locked in a closet. The verdict was delivered by a … Read more

Guilty Verdict Reached in Murder Trial of Man Accused of Killing Girlfriend

McKinney, Texas – A man who was found guilty of murdering his girlfriend in 2023 will soon face sentencing after a jury in Collin County swiftly reached a unanimous verdict. Ocastor Ferguson was convicted of killing Kayla Kelly, burying her in a shallow grave near his home, and burning her car. The trial, which began … Read more

Carjacking Murder Verdict: Man Found Guilty in Killing of Thomas Hammond in Northeast Portland

Portland, Oregon – A man was found guilty by a jury on Tuesday for the murder of a man during a carjacking in Northeast Portland back in 2020, as confirmed by the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office. The incident took place on August 20, 2020, when Portland police responded to a shooting near the Grotto … Read more

Guilty Verdict for Deputy Who Shot Christian Glass: What Comes Next?

Denver, Colorado – The mother of Christian Glass sat in the courtroom as the jury delivered a verdict on former deputy Andrew Buen, who fatally shot her son after he called 911 for help. The jury found Buen guilty of reckless endangerment but could not reach a decision on the more serious charges of second-degree … Read more