They’re not even close to sorry…
Joseph Sledge was convicted in North Carolina of stabbing two women. He was cleared Friday and now just wants to go swimming and sleep in a real bed.
Luka Rocco Magnotta, who triggered an international manhunt in 2012 after murdering and dismembering Chinese student Jun Lin — then mailing body parts to political parties and schools after posting a video online of the dismemberment — was found guilty of first degree murder.
Marissa Alexander had been facing 60 years in prison for a firing a “warning shot” at her abusive husband, but will receive a much shorter sentence after pleading guilty.
Amy Poehler is a huge fan. Apparently her first born child is, too.
Robel Phillipos was convicted on two counts of lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation during the probe into the Boston Marathon bombing.
Prepare for your heart to melt.
The former defense contractors were charged with killing 14 Iraqi citizens and wounding 17 others in Baghdad in 2007. The incident caused an uproar about how private outfits working for the government operate in conflict zones.
Michael Dunn, 47, will be sentenced to life in prison for the November 2012 fatal shooting of 17-year-old Jordan Davis.
The conservative writer and filmmaker was found guilty of campaign law violations. D’Souza’s website says he was “Sentenced to Probation, No Jail Time,” but an assistant to the sentencing judge told BuzzFeed News Tuesday that the facility where D’Souza will be staying is run by the Bureau of Prisons.
Theodore Wafer will serve 17 to 30 years for the shooting death of the unarmed 19-year-old woman.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s friend, Dias Kadyrbayev, plead guilty to obstruction and conspiracy charges in Boston federal court.
Obviously she was framed.
Theodore Wafer was found guilty in a Detroit court on all counts for the death of unarmed teenager Renisha McBride.
Azamat Tazhayakov, college friend of the accused Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, has been found guilty of removing items, including explosive powder, from Tsarnaev’s dorm room three days after the Boston Marathon attack.
It was the first trial to stem from the massive fraud after Madoff himself pleaded guilty, sparing himself a lengthy courtroom drama.
It’s time for some spring cleaning.
Whether these are sarcastic or real, #FreeElChapo was indeed a thing.
Boston’s notorious mob boss was sentenced Thursday to two life sentences for his role in the murders of 11 people, and multiple racketeering, extortion, and money laundering charges.
A Santa Monica judge said that Joe Francis had an “explosive” temper and needed to spend time “in custody.” Charges stem from a 2011 incident where Francis refused to let three women leave his mansion and then grabbed one of those women by her throat and hair while throwing her to the ground.
Mobster James “Whitey” Bulger is convicted of murder, racketeering, extortion, and money laundering.
The disgraced former governor of Illinois has been found guilty of 17 charges in his corruption trial, including for attempting to sell President Obama’s vacated Senate seat. Next will come the sentencing hearing, where Blagojevich—on paper—faces up to 300 years in prison. Experts believe he will likely receive around 10 years.
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