The Kyle Rittenhouse trial ended in an acquittal verdict for five of the seven charges that he faced in connection with shooting three men (killing two) during a protest against police brutality in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last year. But two of those charges were dropped by the judge before they went to the jury. Here, I will explain the Wisconsin gun possession law and why the judge dropped that charge. (I also explain Brian Laundrie’s arrest warrant if you want more legal charges to be explained.)
I wrote out the Gabby Petito case timeline and cause of death for those who are interested. The Gabby Petito case has gained an intense social media attention. This article is not a trending legal topic, but I found it so interesting as almost a live criminal case file. She and her fiance, Brian Laundrie, went on a cross-country trip. In short, Brian returned, but Gabby did not. Her remains were found 19 days after his return, and her cause of death was strangulation. He is now on the lam/missing. And under indictment for using Gabby’s debit card after her death.
This week, I am going to break down the chain of events in the Gabby Petito/Brian Laundrie case from the start of their #vanlife up to and including the Coroner’s press release and finding Brian Laundrie’s remains.
Here is Bad Art Friend explained in a legal overview and summary. One of my dear friends told me about an article called Who Is the Bad Art Friend from the New York Times that was rocking the writing world. The lengthy article from the NYT details how writer Dawn Dorland ended up suing writer Sonya Larson for copyright infringement.
Was Shadivia Phillips found guilty? A while ago, I wrote an article about some real crimes that went viral. The Shadivia Keauslatyke Phillips case was one such crime after some bystanders recorded the altercation between her and the victim, over a parking spot. That post became popular for the Google search of whether or not she was found guilty, so I decided to answer that question.
I will dive deeper into the Bill Cosby sexual assault cases, his conviction, and his ultimate reversal on appeal on June 30, 2021, when Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice David Wecht made history last week in overturning Bill Cosby’s sentence of three counts of aggravated indecent assault. Buckle yourself in, it’s going to be a long ride.
Infamous was about a couple who posted their robbery crime spree and went viral. How realistic is this? Here is a list of 10 real crimes that went viral … so as it turned out, Infamous was very realistic!