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'Murder' Ink: Suspect Wants to Hide Shocking Neck Tattoo
Jeffrey Chapman asked the court to allow a tattoo artist into jail so jurors wouldn't see his shocking body art.
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White Supremacist Pleads Guilty to Murder Spree
A white supremacist who killed four people in a Pacific Northwest crime speed in 2011 pleaded guilty to federal charges in Portland on Wednesday.
Infamous Gacy Case Helps Solve Unrelated Chicago Area Death
Investigators have identified the remains of a man who in 1978 never returned to his home that was just a few miles from Gacy's house.
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Aurora Suspect: Don't Make Me Take Sanity Test
The Colorado theater shooting defendant is balking at a second sanity exam ordered by the trial judge.
Caught on Cam: Workers Allegedly Abuse Students
A teacher's hidden camera appears to show employees abusing students at an Atlanta school. WXIA's Kevin Rowson reports the teacher said she wasn't getting answers from the administration.
Alleged Kidnapper May Have Created Mobile Dungeon
A man fatally shot by an Oregon officer last month had allegedly been stalking young women in a van that had ropes and chains installed. KGW's Kyle Iboshi reports.
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Top Court Limits Damages for Child Porn Victims
The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that the amount of monetary damages awarded to victims of child porn must be weighed by the convict's actions.
U.S. Teacher May Have Molested Scores Overseas
The FBI is trying to identify victims, who were drugged with sleeping pills and then abused.
Chelsea, Lately: Judge to Review Manning's New Name
The judge in Leavenworth County, Kan., could decide on the name change for Manning, who is serving a 35-year sentence for passing government secrets.
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