Crime Three Teenagers Ambushed, Murdered 18-Year-Old with Sword Over Romantic Squabble
British lawmakers face risks when working with the public
Attacks on individual lawmakers in Britain are rare, but their work can leave them exposed in face-to-face encounters with strangers. In Westminster, where lawmakers do much of their work in Parliament, armed police patrol the entrances, corridors and halls. In their home electoral districts, known as constituencies, more often than not there is no security.Lawmaker David Amess was stabbed while holding a surgery -- a one-to-one meeting with voters much like when a patient consults a doctor. They are a chance for lawmakers to meet, listen to and advise the people who elected them, in an informal atmosphere.
Three teenagers allegedly ambushed and killed a young man over a romantic squabble in Miramar, Florida. Victim Dwight Grant, 18, had sex with the ex-girlfriend of Andre Clements, 17, who got so mad he recruited two girls to help him commit murder, according to cops in affidavits obtained by.
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New York Man Who Murdered and Sodomized a 4-Year-Old When He Was a Teenager Granted Parole
A New York man who was a teenager when he murdered and sexually assaulted a child has been granted parole. Eric M. Smith murdered four-year-old Derrick Robie in 1993, as Robie walked through a park on his way to summer camp in Steuben County, New York. The post New York Man Who Murdered and Sodomized a 4-Year-Old When He Was a Teenager Granted Parole first appeared on Law & Crime.A New York man who was a teenager when he murdered and sexually assaulted a child has been granted parole.
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“It’s horrifying, and he was such a good child” a neighbor told the outlet. “His mother loved him. I can’t even think something could happen like that. It’s terrifying.”
A friend of Grant’s family said much of the same about the young man.
“Never had a problem with him, whether he stayed in the house, stayed out of trouble,” he said.
Trouble sought Grant.
“Murder will definitely happen soon,” Clements allegedly texted co-defendant Christie Parisienne, 17.
Going by the alleged texts, she appeared gung-ho about helping.
“I would help you, but you becoming a murderer right now isn’t what is needed,” Parisienne allegedly wrote.
“It’s happening by [homecoming],” Clements allegedly wrote.
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“Oh–see, that I can help with,” Parisienne allegedly answered.
“This Sunday or next?” Clements allegedly wrote. “You choose.”
Parisienne allegedly said she had to go to her aunt’s birthday party the following Sunday, but she said she could give her mother an excuse if Clements was impatient.
They allegedly recruited Jaslyn Smith, 16, to help in the Oct. 17 attack.
Parisienne allegedly called Grant, and lured him to a stairwell at her apartment complex, where Clements and Smith ambushed him and attacked him for 31 minutes. Parisienne acted as lookout, while Grant pleaded for his life, authorities said.
“You know I have to kill you now,” Clements allegedly said, grabbing a sword and stabbing Grant in the neck.
Grant told him to end it, police said. Clements allegedly stabbed him in the chest with the sword. The three teenagers carried his body and dumped it over a railing 30 feet from his apartment, cops said.
Atlanta Child Murders victim receives headstone more than 40 years after his death
A group of activists, family members, and local business owners banded together to unveil a memorial Sunday for Anthony Bernard Carter, who was found stabbed to death in July 1980 when he was 9. The headstone, which is made of granite and features small engraved flowers, was placed near where the family believes Carter was buried, in a cemetery in his hometown of Hogansville, Georgia, to provide some closure for his family, who hope the reopened investigation into the Atlanta child murders definitively solves Carter's case.
One of the co-defendants was Clements’s current girlfriend, according to the affidavits as reported by.
Under Florida law, authorities are allowed to release certain juvenile records, including a defendant’s name and photograph, if the crime the juvenile is suspected of committing would be a felony if it was alleged to have been committed by an adult.
Clements, Parisienne, and Smith are charged with first-degree murder, criminal conspiracy, and tampering with evidence. It is unclear if prosecutors will charge them as adults. The office of the Broward County State Attorney did not immediately respond to Law&Crime request for comment.
“The state, I’m sure, is doing more investigation, and they’re going to have to make a very serious decision as to whether or not 17-year-olds are going to be charged as adults,” Parisienne attorney Peter Butlien told the outlet in court.
Smith’s mother declined to comment to the outlet when they reached her at her apartment Monday.
Court is scheduled for Nov. 4.
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5 deaths with a connection to S.C. attorney's family investigated .
A young woman dead in a boating crash, a mother and her son killed in a double homicide, and two other mysterious deaths – all with a connection to one family.It's a series of cases that the locals have dubbed "The Murdaugh Mysteries" — all somehow with a connection to a prominent and powerful local attorney: No plea.