"I think if I live to be a hundred, I wouldn't be able to tell you everything that happened that night." - Convicted murderer Darlie Routier, on the witness stand at her trial.
Here is a real-life example of how insect-based evidence could be used to help convict an alleged murderer--with an exploration of the entomological files in the Casey Anthony case. Did Casey kill Caylee? Insects can help us find out.
In 1855 a young woman fought back and killed the man who was raping her. The twist? She was a slave and he her master. This is a fascinating recounting of this tragic tale.
Rachel Wade was willing to do anything to keep her man, including stabbing her romantic rival to death in the streets of Pinellas Park.
Did teen blogger Rachelle Waterman really want her Mom dead? Or was the murder the desperate act of two losers who wanted to heroes?
Craig Rabinowitz was in deep. He'd taken money from friends and family in the name of investments and spent it on strippers. What was he to do now?
When Derek Haysom expressed his dislike of his daughter's boyfriend, Elizabeth Haysom decided Daddy and Mommy had to die and Jens Soering agreed.
Very few were aware of it, but former ex-Texas Ranger, Frank Hamer was hired to apprehend Clyde and Bonnie. He collected his information silently, and even lived just like the outlaws.
The FBI is perhaps the most recognizable law enforcement agency in the world and uses the motto: “Fidelity, Bravery, and Integrity” to describe the men and women who work for it. But as with any institution the FBI has its fair share of rotten apples that go against the grain and somehow become...