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Justice Delayed for Medgar Evers

On February 5th, 1994, white supremacist Byron De La Beckwith is convicted for the 1963 murder of African-American civil rights leader Medgar Evers. Evers had…

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This Galaxy of Clowns

On this day in 1945, 24 high-ranking Nazis comprising the first flight of such evil-doers go on trial before the International War Crimes Tribunal in…

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Jack the Ripper and Scotland Yard

On this day in 1888, Mary Ann Nichols, the first known victim of London serial killer “Jack the Ripper,” is found murdered and mutilated in…

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Warren’s SCOTUS and Miranda

On this day in 1966, the Supreme Court issues its landmark decision in Miranda v. Arizona, holding in-custody statements of a defendant are admissible only…

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Police Find 3 Women Who Were Held Captive For 30 Years (VIDEO)

Thursday, British police arrested a couple under the suspicion that they were holding three women as slaves for 30 years. police didn’t give much information…

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Idaho Rep. Still Allowed To Carry A Gun After Pleading Guilty To Rape (Video)

In Idaho, state Rep. Mark Patterson (R-Boise) is still allowed to carry a gun after pleading guilty to a charge of assault with intent to…

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