Grand Jury to Decide Charges Against Officers in Uvalde School Shooting Response

UVALDE, Texas – Officers who responded to a tragic school shooting in Uvalde faced scrutiny as they were called to testify before a grand jury on the delayed and flawed response. It took 77 minutes from the moment the gunman entered Robb Elementary School for officers to confront the assailant in a classroom, despite distress calls from trapped children pleading for help. The Department of Justice findings labeled the response to the shooting as a …

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Verdict: Jury Finds Man Guilty in Killing of New Hampshire Couple

CONCORD, New Hampshire – A man was recently convicted on all charges related to the killing of a retired couple in Concord, NH, a year prior. Logan Clegg was found guilty after a short deliberation by the jurors. The victims, Djeswende and Stephen Reid, were fatally shot while on a hiking trail in Concord, NH, in April 2022. Their disappearance was reported after they failed to return home from a walk and were later found …

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Violent Attack Suspect Requests Self-Representation in Jury Trial

EVANSVILLE, Ind. – An 18-year-old man, Malachi Littlepage, accused of violently attacking two police officers is seeking to act as his own representative before a jury, as revealed by online court records. Despite being warned by the court about the risks, Littlepage has chosen to waive his right to counsel. In a recent hearing, his request for a change of venue was granted by the judge. Littlepage’s sibling, Destinee Littlepage, was also involved in the …

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Texas Officers Subpoenaed by Grand Jury Over Uvalde School Mass Shooting

Uvalde, Texas – A grand jury in Uvalde, Texas has ordered law enforcement agents to appear before an investigation of their response to a school mass shooting. The shooting at Robb Elementary School on May 24, 2022, resulted in the deaths of 21 people, including 19 students and two adults. Questions have been raised about the police response, as it took 77 minutes to stop the 18-year-old shooter after he entered the school. The grand …

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Jury Finds Jennifer Crumbley Guilty for Oxford High School Mass Shooting

PONTIAC, Michigan – The jury’s finding that Jennifer Crumbley, the mother of a school shooter, is at least partially responsible for the 2021 killings at Oxford High School has set a precedent as the first time a parent of a school shooter has been found guilty of involuntary manslaughter. The case has brought to light the issue of parental responsibility in preventing mass shootings and has sparked important discussions around gun violence in America. The …

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Jury Selection Begins for Harmony Montgomery Murder Trial: Father Smiles in Court

Manchester, New Hampshire – A father accused of killing his 5-year-old daughter and hiding the murder for over two years appeared in court Tuesday with a smile on his face as jury selection began for his trial. Adam Montgomery pleaded not guilty to charges that he killed his daughter Harmony Montgomery in 2019 and spent months moving her body before disposing of it. According to New Hampshire Attorney General John Formella, Montgomery allegedly pummeled the …

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Machete Attack on Elderly Man with Lethal Intention Should Result in Murder Conviction, Prosecution Tells Jury

Dublin, Ireland – A prosecution barrister has delivered a compelling closing argument, describing a gruesome and deliberate machete attack on an elderly man as evidence of intention to commit murder. The accused, Patrick McDonagh, has admitted to the killing but denies the charge of murder. The trial at the Central Criminal Court has brought to light the chilling details of the attack on Peter McDonald, and the complex defense of McDonagh’s mental state at the …

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Deliberating Michigan Jury Asks 2 Crucial Questions in Crumbley Trial

PONTIAC, Michigan – The jury in the Jennifer Crumbley trial sought clarification on two crucial questions while deliberating on Monday. The Michigan jurors, who were considering four counts of involuntary manslaughter against Crumbley, sent two separate questions to the judge during their deliberation. According to Judge Cheryl Matthews, the jury’s first question came after just over two hours of deliberation, seeking clarification on whether there are different ways to convict Crumbley. The judge instructed the …

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Jury Selection Begins for Father Accused of Killing 5-Year-Old Harmony Montgomery

Concord, New Hampshire – Jury selection is underway for the trial of Armando Barron, who is accused of the murder of his 5-year-old daughter, Harmony Montgomery. Barron faces charges of second-degree murder in connection with Harmony’s disappearance in 2019. Harmony was reported missing in December 2019, but her body has never been found. Barron was the last person known to have seen Harmony, and authorities believe that she is dead. Barron has maintained his innocence …

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Michigan Jury Deliberates Case of School Shooter’s Mother on Involuntary Manslaughter Charges

PONTIAC, Mich. — A Michigan jury has commenced deliberations in the trial of Jennifer Crumbley, the mother of a school shooter who could face involuntary manslaughter charges in connection to the deaths of four students in 2021. The case marks the first time a parent has been charged in a mass shooting committed by their child in the United States. Judge Cheryl Matthews instructed the jury to remain impartial and not allow bias or sympathy …

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