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Vengeful note left in 2 boys' murder
DeathHARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A woman who shot and killed her two young grandsons before committing suicide last year left a note to the boys' parents saying they did not deserve to have the children, according to a police report.

The report, obtained by The Associated Press through a Freedom of Information request, suggests a possible motive for the first time and sheds new light on her mental health problems: The grandmother, Debra Denison, had a history of conflict with the boys' mother and had attempted suicide a half dozen times before.

Denison, 47, picked up 2-year-old Alton Perry and 6-month-old Ashton Perry at a day care in North Stonington on Feb. 26, 2013, and was supposed to take them home for a birthday party but instead drove to a nearby lake where they were found shot to death after a frantic search.
The cowboy called Tex: Dark secrets of deadly serial killer
International crimeHe wore a cowboy hat, called himself Tex and haunted outback rodeos, although he never rode a horse.

Or he was called Robert, the drifter working as a chef at a hotel on a long and lonely highway. Or under the alias Hank or Buck, he was photographed at a barbecue at a police station somewhere in the bush. Reginald Kenneth Arthurell was a chameleon. Two metres tall and powerfully built, he nevertheless had the ability to blend into any background and talk himself into, and often out of, all sorts of situations.

For the past 17 years this little-known serial killer’s backdrop has been a NSW prison cell but even behind bars he has been at the centre of another murder investigation.
Father of accused O.C. serial killer 'devastated' by charges
Serial KillersThe father of a man accused of raping and killing four women in Orange County said he doesn't believe his son is capable of carrying out the attacks.

Dean Gordon said the family is embarrassed and trying to cope with the accusations. "He's been charged with something that is very serious," Dean Gordon said. "I'm devastated but I don't think my son is capable of that."

Steven Dean Gordon, 45, and Franc Cano, 27, are charged with the rape and murder of four women who disappeared in Orange County since last fall. Police say they believe there is a fifth victim and are trying to identify her. Both suspects are registered sex offenders who served prison terms for sexually assaulting children under the age of 14.
"Tommy Lynn Sells has been executed, but he still haunts my memories."
Tommy Lynn SellsAn editorial piece by Diane Fanning

I often manage to banish serial killer Tommy Lynn Sells from my thoughts. The first week in April — the week of his execution — it was impossible. With the on-again, off-again nature of the last days before most executions, he was ever present. Through more than 20 interviews and a mountain of written correspondence, I have a wealth of memories to haunt my days.

Sells spoke to me in graphic, intimate detail of some of his murders, including the horrendous massacre of the entire Dardeen family. He broke down and sobbed when he told me about his first encounter with a pedophile — I ached for that little eight-year-old boy. But none of the despicable events of his childhood mitigated his adult decisions to destroy the lives of other human beings.
'The most prolific serial killer you've never heard of'
Edward Wayne EdwardsA convicted killer who died on death row in 2011 was responsible for more than 100 murders including those of JonBenet Ramsey and Jimmy Hoffa, a new book claims.

Retired cold case detective John Cameron, who helped bring suspects to trial in several murder cases, claims that Edward Wayne Edwards was also the Zodiac Killer and the Black Dahlia killer. The astonishing claims are detailed in Cameron's new book, 'It's Me: Edward Wayne Edwards, the Serial Killer You Never Heard Of'.

Cameron says his investigations pin scores of murders to Edwards, who, in 2010, confessed to five killings dating back to 1977. These included his foster son, whom he killed for his $25,000 life insurance. He was sentenced to death but he passed away, aged 77, of natural causes just a month before he was to be executed.
House party horror: Five dead after 'horrific' knife attack in Canada
KnifeThe 22-year-old man accused of stabbing five young adults to death at a Calgary house party Tuesday will likely be remanded for a psychological assessment, police chief Rick Hanson tells CBC News.

Matthew de Grood has been charged with five counts of first-degree murder in the slayings of four men and a woman at a house in Brentwood in the city’s northwest.

De Grood had an initial meeting Tuesday before a justice of the peace by telephone from his hospital bed, where he has been kept over concerns about the state of his mental health, sources told CBC News.
Defense says bombing suspect's family key to case
Dzhokhar TsarnaevBOSTON (AP) — Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have told a judge that understanding their client's family is key to their case.

Tsarnaev's lawyers shed some light on their defense strategy as they argued in court Wednesday that the government shouldn't be allowed to monitor prison visits with his two sisters.

Attorney David Bruck said understanding what happened is mainly "a story of this family and the relationships between people in it."
Many questions about mom accused in infant deaths
Megan HuntsmanSALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Investigators are reconstructing a mysterious decade from Megan Huntsman's life as they try to figure out how she concealed seven pregnancies before allegedly strangling or suffocating her newborns.

Utah investigators are examining DNA from the babies to determine who the parents are, studying the bones to find out how long ago the babies died and interrogating family members and talking to neighbors in pursuit of clues about how she did it.

Huntsman, 39, acknowledged to police that she killed the babies, put them in plastic bags and then packed them inside boxes in the garage of her home south of Salt Lake City over a decade from 1996 to 2006.
Suspect in Kansas shootings faces murder charges
MurderOVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) — Kansas prosecutors filed state-level murder charges Tuesday against the white supremacist accused in shootings that left three people dead at two Jewish community sites in suburban Kansas City.

Frazier Glenn Cross has been charged with one count of capital murder for the deaths of 14-year-old boy and his grandfather outside the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City, Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe said at a news conference. Cross also faces one count of first-degree, premeditated murder for the death of a woman who was gunned down while visiting her mother at a nearby retirement complex.

The capital murder charge carries the death penalty as possible punishment, Howe said. Cross is being held on $10 million bond, and is scheduled to appear in court at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in Johnson County District Court.
Minn. man who shot, killed teens heads to trial
Byron David Smith & victimsLITTLE FALLS, Minn. (AP) — After a central Minnesota man repeatedly shot a teen who entered his home, he dragged the boy's bloodied body into a basement workshop, authorities say, sat down — and waited.

When another teen began descending the stairway minutes later, Byron Smith fired again. The girl tumbled down the stairs and he shot her some more, including what he allegedly called "a good, clean finishing shot" into her head as she gasped for air, according to a criminal complaint.

It was Thanksgiving Day, 2012, and Smith, 65, left the teens' bodies in his basement overnight before asking a neighbor to call police, the complaint said.
Utah woman arrested after 7 dead babies found
Megan HuntsmanPolice accused a Utah woman of killing seven babies she gave birth to over 10 years after they found the tiny bodies stuffed in cardboard boxes in the garage of her former home.

Megan Huntsman, 39, who lived in the Utah home until three years ago, had the infants between 1996 and 2006, investigators said.

Officers responded to a call Saturday from Huntsman's estranged husband about a dead infant at the home, police Capt. Michael Roberts said. Officers then discovered the six other bodies.
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