Police arrest a Manhattan man whose girlfriend’s body was found inside a 55 gallon drum. Continue reading
By Almost Silenced
The weight of accusations
Flattened my soul.
“Liar!” “Thief!” “Murderer!”
Even in my sleep
I twisted and tossed myself
As voices of accusers kept going Continue reading
Isabelle Joye was found raped and strangled on a roof in 1994.
Eighteen years after a young boy stumbled on the body of a raped and strangled pregnant woman on a Harlem roof, her accused killer was hauled before a judge yesterday — thanks to new testing of old DNA from the horrific slaying. Continue reading
We can understand being stressed out but did she really have to kill the kids? Come on now! Continue reading
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After sixteen years on the lam — time spent in such disparate locations as Ecuador and Minnesota — a former Harlem dishwasher pleaded not guilty today to murdering his wife by running her over in reverse with his car. Continue reading
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Harlem rapper, Max B, was sentenced to 75 years in prison on Thursday (September 3), for putting together a robbery four years ago that left one man dead, reports NorthJersey.com.
The rapper (real name: Charly Wingate) was convicted in June, of felony murder, kidnapping, and armed robbery, among other charges, following testimony from several witnesses including his ex-girlfriend, Gina Conway.
His stepbrother, Kelvin Leerdam, was also convicted of the same charges. He was allegedly the trigger man.
According to Max’s mother, Sharon, the rapper plans to appeal the decision.
“We will be back,” she told the site. Continue reading
As police continue to investigate the murder of a motivational speaker from Long Island found tied up and stabbed inside his Dodge Magnum discovered in East Harlem Thursday, two sides of Jeff Locker’s life continue to emerge. The Post is now reporting that police believe a girlfriend of Locker’s is behind the killing, that she and two friends are the ones who tied him up and tortured him in order to get his ATM pin code out of him. Continue reading