A Georgia jail inmate allegedly tried to hire a hit man to kill his ex-wife and her boyfriend in exchange for $800 and Atlanta Hawks tickets. Nancy Grace digs into the case against Michael McEarchern with criminal profiler Pat Brown, Dr. Brian Russell — a lawyer and psychologist who hosts Investigation Discovery’s Fatal Vows series — and syndicated radio host Dave Mack.
Felon attempts to have former wife killed in exchange for cash and Atlanta Hawks basketball tickets
A Pennsylvania man is in big trouble with his mother-in-law, because she’s also his wife. Christopher Hauptmann allegedly married his wife’s teen-aged daughter without divorcing her mom, who he married a year earlier. Nancy and her guests dig into the dirt on this bigamy case.
Bigamist gets married — then weds his wife’s daughter the following year
“Crime Stories with Nancy Grace” is also a national radio show, heard
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The holiday season can be a saccharine overload – consider the case of heiress Sunny von Bulow, who fell into a comatose state from which she’d never wake following a 1982 Christmas celebration. Authorities accused her husband Claus of attempting to murder her by injecting her with insulin. Claus maintained that Sunny had, like so many of us during the holiday festivities, merely overindulged – in her case with an eggnog/barbiturate cocktail. One jury found Claus guilty. Another found him innocent. Sunny died, still in a coma, in 2008. A very good movie, Reversal of Fortune, was made about the whole thing. It’s a much better movie than Love Actually, Miracle on 34th Street, or any other Christmas movie I can think of except maybe Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang.
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A 14-year-old girl shot in the head and left for dead says she’s “tougher than a bullet.”
Police say two other teens tried to kill her because of annoying SnapChat messages. Nancy Grace digs into the case with Los Angeles psychologist Dr. Bethany Marshall, criminal profiler Pat Brown, Crime Stories contributing reporter, Bobbi Maxwell, and co-host Alan Duke.
Also read: Teen shoots 14-year-old girl in the head because he doesn’t like her Snapchat posts
“Crime Stories with Nancy Grace” is now a national radio show, heard on SiriusXM’s Triumph Channel 132, five times a day. You can also subscribe and download the daily podcasts at iTunes and Google Play.
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Anthony Weiner wept after a judge ordered the disgraced politician to serve 21 months in federal prison for obscene messages sent to a teen girl. Earlier sexting scandals cost Weiner his job as a congressman and destroyed his hopes to be New York’s mayor.
Criminal profiler Pat Brown, victim advocate Mark Klaas, and Crime Stories contributing reporter Scott Kimbler join Nancy Grace in this episode to discuss Weiner’s sordid online history and what happens next.
Also read: ‘Rock bottom’: Crying Anthony Weiner gets 21 months in prison for sexting minor girl
Death care legal expert Wendy Russell Wiener joins Nancy and the team to look at the mystery surrounding Julie Mott, a young Texas woman who died two years ago. Mott’s remains vanished from her casket inside a funeral home hours after her funeral and before it could be transported for cremation.
Read also: Remains of gorgeous 25-year-old Texas woman vanish
Read more at: http://www.crimeonline.com/2017/09/27/wednesday-crime-stories-anthony-weiner-gets-hard-time-for-teen-sexting-missing-corpse-mystery-who-took-julie-mott/
You’ve probably seen the black and white police sketch of a man with a mustache, wearing dark aviators and a hoodie, a patch of curly hair peaking out from underneath. That ominous image tormented Americans for years, because the man behind those sunglasses was responsible for a string of terrorist attacks that killed three people and maimed dozens more from 1978 to 1995.
You’ve probably also heard about how this man—known only as the Unabomber—sent increasingly sophisticated bombs to unsuspecting victims in the science, technology and airline industries. Some sustained minor injuries and others suffered shrapnel wounds and severe burns, and their lost fingers and eyesight. A computer store owner, advertising executive and timber industry lobbyist were murdered when they opened seemingly innocuous packages sent to their offices and homes.
The search for the Unabomber was one of the longest and most expensive manhunts in FBI history, and it may never have
Read more at: http://www.newsweek.com/manhunt-unabomber-fbi-ted-kaczynski-james-fitzgerald-643594