Casey Anthony - Complete Suicide Note

George Anthony's suicide note shown during the Casey Anthony trial at the Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, Fla. on Thursday, June 30, 2011. (Red Huber, Orlando Sentinel, POOL)

Casey Anthony - Spectator Flips Off Jeff Ashton (Video)

Matthew Bartlett, 28, said he gave middle finger 
to prosecutor Jeff Ashton - Held in Contempt of Court
Matthew Bartlett will spend six days in the Orange County Jail and pay a $400 fine plus $223 in court costs, Perry said
Man held in contempt for courtroom gesture:


Bartlett, Matthew

Gender: Male
Booked: Thursday, June 30th, 2011
Status: Sentenced

  • Contempt Of Court
Arresting agency: Unknown

Morenci Police release PSAs in attempt to find missing Skelton brothers

Posted: 06/17/2011
MORENCI, Mich. (WXYZ) - The Morenci Police Department is launching a new effort to find the three missing Skelton brothers.
In cooperation with the Toledo ABC affiliate, the Department and the Skelon Investigation Task Force has created a series of Public Service Announcements designed to get the word out about the missing boys.
Read more and view video at

Judge Perry Will Not Let the Jurors Smell the Trunk Air Samples (Video)


Casey Anthony Won't Testify (Raw Video)

George Anthony - Suicide Note page 1

George Anthony's suicide note shown during the Casey Anthony trial at the Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, Fla. on Thursday, June 30, 2011. (Red Huber, Orlando Sentinel, POOL)

Reported Hailey Dunn Sighting Turns out False

Six months after being reported missing, alleged sightings of Hailey Dunn are still being reported.

The latest came at 7:26 p.m. Tuesday when an operator at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children called local dispatchers. A caller reported that the he spotted a girl that resembled the Colorado City teen with an adult male at the Snyder Best Western Inn.

Police were dispatched to the hotel where they found a man and his 13-yearold daughter who were traveling through town.

Reports said that the girl did bear a resemblance to Hailey Dunn, but was not her.

This is the second reported sighting of a girl resembling the teen who was reported missing on Dec. 28.

On Jan. 17, Scurry County dispatch received a call of a red vehicle which had a girl resembling Hailey Dunn on Hwy. 208. Law enforcement was unable to locate the vehicle.

The girl was last seen leaving her Colorado City home on Dec. 27 by Shawn Adkins, the former livein boyfriend of Hailey's mother, Billie Jean Dunn.

The next day, Billie Dunn reported her daughter missing.

Law enforcement and volunteers continue to search and no leads have been reported. Volunteers search each Saturday and meet at 9 a.m. at 153 Walnut Street in Colorado City. Billie Dunn has since left Colorado City, but returned for a vigil last week at Ruddick Park. Adkins also has moved from the area.

A $15,000 reward is being offered for any information that leads


Kaine Horman gets restraining order extension (Video)

Sandra Inman Released from Jail

Posted: Thursday, June 30 2011, 06:15 AM EDT
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The mother-in-law of a brutally murdered Central Ohio woman is no longer behind bars at the Southeast Regional Jail.

The Jail Supervisor confirms to ABC 6 that Sandra Inman is no longer behind held at the Nelsonville facility.

They could not say whether she was released or transferred to another facility.

Inman is charged with the March kidnapping of Summer Inman.

The young mother's body was later found in a southern Ohio septic tank.

Sandra's husband and son are accused of strangling her.Sandra Inman Released from Jail

George Says He "Failed" Caylee In Tearful Testimony (Video links & more)

It was an emotional day for Casey Anthony's father, George, on Wednesday as he talked about the day Caylee's remains were found and about his suicide note that lead him to believe he "failed her." Full Story ››
DAY 42: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12
GEORGE CRIES: See Images | Raw Video
RAW VIDEO: Casey Agrees With Mistrial Motion
IN COURT: Casey, Parents, Attorneys
VIDEO REPORT: Tearful Testimony on Day 42
Casey Anthony Case 

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Seath Jackson's family speaks

Staff writer

Published: Wednesday, June 29, 2011 at 1:48 p.m.
Last Modified: Wednesday, June 29, 2011 at 1:48 p.m.
The family of Seath Jackson, the Belleview teenager murdered in April, said Seath “liked to make people laugh,” was kindhearted, and had dreams of becoming an Ultimate Fighting Champion.
Seath's parents, Scott and Sonia Jackson, along with the teen's brothers, Scott Jr. and Stephan Jackson, let their feelings be known in a page-and-a-half statement sent to the Star-Banner this week. It is their first extended public statement since Seath's death.
The letter opens with the family saying that losing the 15-year-old was “overwhelming.” That's why they didn't come forward sooner.

George Anthony breaks down on stand (Video)

State seeks dismissal of Smart kidnapper charges

Associated Press
Published: Wednesday, Jun. 29, 2011 - 9:05 am
SALT LAKE CITY -- Prosecutors have asked a judge to dismiss state charges against Elizabeth Smart's kidnapper after the man was convicted in federal court and sentenced to life in prison.

Boy Testifies Of Stranglings, Beatings By Yukon Couple

Posted: Jun 29, 2011 10:22 AM EDT
Updated: Jun 29, 2011 12:15 PM EDT and Adrianna Iwasinski, News 9
EL RENO, Oklahoma – The adopted son of a Yukon couple testified Wednesday morning in a Canadian County courtroom about the horrifying abuse he suffered.
Prosecutors have charged John and Sonja Kluth with six counts of child abuse and neglect. Investigators said the couple beat their adopted children until they lost consciousness, burned them, locked them in dog crates and fed them dog food. Court records showed the abuse began in January 2009.
The couple's 16-year-old adopted son testified first. He said he ran away on a cold, winter day because of the abuse. Prosecutor Paul Hess pointed out the temperature was 26 degrees that day, and the boy left the home without a coat.

'Dead bugging' technique used by Ehrlick questioned by prosecutor

by Natalie Podgorski
Posted on June 28, 2011 at 2:21 PM
BOISE -- Ada County prosecutors focused their cross examination of Daniel Ehrlick on contradictions he made by during questioning about "dead bugging."
The prosecution argued that Ehrlick caused a fatal blow to Robert Manwill by dropping all of his weight on the boy during one of his punishments.
The defense claiming Ehrlick never put his weight on Robert, or dead bugged him.
Throughout Tuesday morning the prosecution grilled Daniel Ehrlick about details he told detectives during the search for Robert Manwill and during his testimony Monday.
To the prosecution, the story Ehrlick is telling does not always add up.

Six months later, Phylicia Barnes' family rallies for answers

By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun
9:51 p.m. EDT
June 28, 2011
In the hours, then days, after her teenage sister went missing during a Christmas visit, Deena Barnes remembers the gripping panic that took over — staying up for two days straight, on the edge of the couch, waiting to catch a glimpse of 16-year-old Phylicia returning to the Northwest Baltimore apartment from which she vanished without a trace.
Six months later, the family is without answers. Though Phylicia's body was recovered in April from a river 45 miles northeast of Baltimore, the case remains open, and family members fear the trail is growing cold.
"We haven't forgotten," Deena, 28, said in an interview Tuesday. "We haven't given up."
About 50 local relatives of the North Carolina teen and other supporters gathered in front of City Hall on Tuesday night, wearing T-shirts and waving signs. They're hoping to spark tips in a case that so far has garnered few despite a reward fund that has reached at least $7,000.

Police Scale Back Searches for Missing Indiana Student but Continue to Pursue Leads

Published June 28, 2011
After weeks of unsuccessful searches for missing Indiana University student Lauren Spierer, the Bloomington Police Department announced Tuesday that it will no longer conduct general searches of large areas, instead limiting future searches to those based on new leads.
The shift will allow police to spend more time on investigative work in the case, Police Chief Michael Diekhoff said.
The frequency of searches for Spierer, 20, already appears to have decreased since she first disappeared June 3. At first, police and thousands of volunteers searched a five-mile radius from her last known location. Last Saturday, 615 searchers completed 99 missions to find the girl.

'Cult' Murder Case Moves Forward

KRDO NewsChannel 13
POSTED: 5:56 pm MDT June 28, 2011
The story of the black Hebrews, and its connection to the deaths of 5-year-old Jadon Higganbothan and 29-year-old Antonietta Mckoy continues to unfold.
Police said Peter Moses is the leader of that so-called polygamous cult. He and his group briefly called Woodland Park home.
Moses dated Higganbothan’s mom, Vania Sisk, and both are facing charges in the deaths. Five others have been indicted in North Carolina, as well.
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