Shannon Cortez Gooden’s Criminal History Revealed in the Tragic Murder-Suicide of Two Police Officers and a Firefighter

BURNSVILLE, Minn. – A 38-year-old man, Shannon Cortez Gooden, was identified as the suspect in the fatal shooting of two police officers and a Fire Department medic before taking his own life in Burnsville. Gooden has a history of violent outbursts and a serious criminal conviction, according to sources briefed about the investigation. Gooden was convicted of second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon in 2007 after brandishing a knife and throwing rocks at his victim …

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Maine Gunman Caught on Bodycam Telling Police ‘I am capable’ prior to Deadliest Shooting Rampage in State History

LEWISTON, Maine – Chilling footage has emerged of Robert Card being questioned by state police before he went on a shooting rampage that would become Maine’s deadliest mass shooting in history, killing 18 people and wounding 13. The new bodycam footage reveals Card telling police, “I am capable,” after fellow soldiers expressed concerns for his mental state and dialed 911 over fears of potential violence. The video provides a glimpse into the events leading up …

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Megachurch Shooter: Legal Gun Purchase Despite Mental Illness, Criminal History

HOUSTON — A shooting at a Houston megachurch has raised questions about the ability of the shooter to legally obtain a firearm despite a history of mental illness and criminal activity. The shooter, identified as Genesse Moreno, used an AR-style rifle in the attack at Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church, ultimately being killed by security officers after exchanging gunfire. Moreno, 36, entered the church with her 7-year-old son and began firing in a hallway, prompting panic …

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Megachurch Shooter Had History of Mental Illness, Brought Son to Attack

Houston, Texas – The tragic shooting at a Texas megachurch on Sunday revealed a harrowing story of mental illness, family disputes, and religious violence. The shooter, identified as Genesse Ivonne Moreno, entered Lakewood Church with her young son and opened fire, sparking a gun battle with two off-duty officers. The incident left worshippers scrambling for safety and the son critically wounded. Moreno’s history of mental illness, along with her antisemitic writings and the purchase of …

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Conviction in Monumental History as Michigan School Shooter’s Mother Found Guilty

PONTIAC, Mich. – A mother of one of the victims of the Oxford High School shooting in November 2021 has expressed her satisfaction with the conviction of Jennifer Crumbley, the mother of the shooter, as a groundbreaking moment in legal history. Nicole Beausoleil, the mother of Madisyn Baldwin, hailed the verdict as a significant step in ensuring accountability for the tragic events that unfolded. During a statement, Beausoleil emphasized the importance of holding individuals accountable …

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Vicious Assault: Man with History of Domestic Violence Sentenced to Over Three Years in Prison

Invercargill, New Zealand – A man with a history of violence in domestic relationships was sentenced to over three years in prison for brutally assaulting his partner. The defendant, Daniel Ross Murch, 30, appeared in the Invercargill District Court and pleaded guilty to multiple charges, including injuring with intent to injure, threatening to kill, assault, and driving offenses. The assault took place on January 8, 2021, at a residence in Dacre, where Murch, who was …

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Violent Assault: Man Jailed for 15-Minute Attack on Partner Amid History of Domestic Violence

Invercargill, New Zealand – A man with a history of violence in domestic relationships was sentenced to more than three years in prison after a brutal attack on his partner. Daniel Ross Murch, 30, appeared in the Invercargill District Court and pleaded guilty to multiple charges, including injuring with intent to injure, threatening to kill, assault, and driving offenses. The court heard that on January 8, 2021, Murch, who was intoxicated, had an argument with …

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Guilty Plea in Deadliest Human-Smuggling Case in U.S. History

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – A significant development has occurred in the case of the deadliest human-smuggling event in United States history, where 53 migrants lost their lives in a tragic tractor-trailer incident. Riley Covarrubias-Ponce, a 31-year-old Mexican national, has pleaded guilty for his involvement in the illegal transportation of 66 adults and children from multiple Central American countries into the United States. The court documents revealed that Covarrubias-Ponce was a member of a human smuggling …

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ARRESTED: Man Charged with Murder of Ex-Girlfriend After Lengthy History of Domestic Abuse

Houston, Texas – A man has been arrested for the alleged murder of his 23-year-old ex-girlfriend, as confirmed by the police. On January 17th, authorities responded to an apartment complex on Dunvale Street where Jaynice Ferguson was found with a gunshot wound in her thigh. Tragically, she later succumbed to her injuries at the hospital. During her final moments in the ambulance, Ferguson reportedly identified her ex-boyfriend as the one who shot her, as per …

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“Arkan: Serbian Warlord’s Death and the End of Kosovo Murder Probe” – A Carving History in the Balkans

A decades-long investigation into a prominent Serbian warlord, Arkan, has come to an abrupt end with his death, leaving many unanswered questions about his alleged involvement in war crimes and atrocities during the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s. Arkan, whose real name was Željko Ražnatović, was the leader of a notorious paramilitary group known as the “Tigers.” His death in 2000 put a stop to a probe into his suspected role in the killing of …

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