Friday, July 21, 2017

A black thug has been convicted of punching and kicking his five-year-old stepson to death for losing his shoe - despite the little boy pleading: "I'm sorry"

Marvyn Iheanacho, 39, faces life behind bars after he was found guilty of murdering Alex Malcolm in a fit of rage in a south-east London park. Witnesses to the brutal attack described hearing a child's fearful voice saying "sorry", loud banging and a man screaming about the loss of a shoe. Alex died in hospital two days later after suffering fatal head and stomach injuries, with a postmortem showing he sustained nearly two dozen bruises.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Monday, July 17, 2017

Saturday, July 15, 2017

A black woman who'd been married for just four months before her husband died has been found guilty of his murder, and she could get life in prison without parole for her crime

Uloma Curry-Walker, 45, was convicted of aggravated murder, conspiracy, and other charges surrounding the 2013 death of firefighter William Walker, with prosecutors painting her during the trial as having fallen into financial straits and approaching her 17-year-old daughter and daughter's boyfriend with a deadly plan: Find someone to take out her husband, William Walker, so she could collect his life insurance money, which was contained in a $100,000 policy. Curry-Walker handed over a $1,000 down payment to her daughter's boyfriend, Chad Padgett, to find a hitman, which precipitated a chain of events leading to her husband's slaying. But what William Walker's death didn't bring to his widow was the life insurance money, as he had never named his wife as the beneficiary after they married. Who did get the money: his ex-wife, who was still named as the beneficiary on the plan. Padgett, Curry-Walker's daughter, and two men who tried to kill William Walker (one of them was the successful hitman) took plea deals in exchange for testimony against Curry-Walker, who had said in her initial confession that her husband had abused her. Her daughter, the only one involved who won't go to jail (she'll spend a month in a juvenile detention center), said during the trial that her mother had informed her: "No one would believe I would hire a bunch of kids to kill someone when I know people that could."

Caracas, Venezuela, has the unwanted distinction of being the most dangerous city in the world in a new survey

The report takes a look at global homicide rates and finds that the city's mix of gang warfare and political unrest puts it at the top of the list. Here are the 10 worst:
1. Caracas, Venezuela; homicides per 100,000: 130.35
2. Acapulco, Mexico; 113.24
3. San Pedro Sula, Honduras; 112.09
4. Distrito Central, Honduras; 85.09
5. Victoria, Mexico; 84.67
6. Maturín, Venezuela; 84.21
7. San Salvador, El Salvador; 83.39
8. Ciudad Guayana, Venezuela; 82.84
9. Valencia, Venezuela; 72.02
10. Natal, Brazil; 69.56
The most dangerous city in the United States is St. Louis, at No. 14.