Pat McGaha’s blog, 'True Crime Stories by a Homicide Detective' is addictive reading providing a fascinating insight into the modern real world of...
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A closer look at the complex evidence in the 1979 murder trial of Green Beret Captain Jeffrey MacDonald in the second of a 3-part series on the case.
In the first of a 3-part series, Australian true crime writer Stephen Karadjis discusses the case of Green Beret Captain Jeffrey MacDonald, who was given three...
Found guilty of manslaughter Michelle Carter encouraged Conrad Roy III to commit suicide via text messages. What are the implications of her guilty verdict?
What is it about true crime that continues to captivate us? What does this interest say about us, and what does studying crime cases teach us about humanity?
A choice of domain name in 2005 has resulted in one website finding itself seen as a murder-for-hire site and in receipt of some sinister email requests.
When multiple wives suddenly die in mysterious accidents it is often not until the second death occurs that police begin digging a bit deeper.
Fear of Artificial Intelligence is a big theme. If an advanced autonomous machine commits a crime of its own accord, how should it be treated by the law?
Facebook has a dark side. A side where it is used to share details of crimes, impersonate someone else for sinister intentions, stalk a victim, bully a victim...