In PART 1 of this three-part post, I described the case against Carloss Robinson and walked you through the ample forensic evidence he left at the scene of the crime. Now for PART 2, the case against Elwood Jones, we have an entirely different situation. There is little to no forensic evidence linking him to… Continue reading Forensic Files Got it Wrong – PART 2: No Biological Evidence
Forensic Files Got it Wrong – PART 3: Serial Killer?
In PARTS 1 & 2 of this three-part post, both defendants Carloss Robinson and Elwood Jones have maintained their innocence despite being convicted of murder. In PART 3, the defendant Robert Browne maintains his innocence for one murder, but claims credit for 48 others. As the longest running True Crime series on TV, Forensic Files… Continue reading Forensic Files Got it Wrong – PART 3: Serial Killer?
Forensic Files Got it Wrong – PART 1: Bloody Footprints
Murder Porn: Crime shows that depict real events, usually homicides. Especially popular with middle-aged married people. For the record, I was into Murder Porn way before I was middle-aged and married. In the genre of Murder Porn, Forensic Files is the gold standard. It has dramatic reenactments, the haunting voice of Peter Thomas and, obviously, an… Continue reading Forensic Files Got it Wrong – PART 1: Bloody Footprints
Martin Shkreli: The SEC’s Dirty Little Monster
Martin Shkreli has recently gained national attention for hiking up the cost of his former company’s (Turing Pharmaceuticals) HIV drug by 5,000%. When he was called to a congressional testimony to answer for this unprecedented price increase, Shkreli smirked and pled the Fifth Amendment (13). Take a closer look at his career, and you might… Continue reading Martin Shkreli: The SEC’s Dirty Little Monster