Tag: Trials

Doctor: Alex Jones Diagnosed With Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Alex Jones was diagnosed with narcissistic personality disorder in a psychiatric evaluation, the divorce case manager confirmed during his custody trial in Austin on Wednesday. Austin psychologist Alissa Sherry said that a different doctor compiled the report, part of what she said was the most time-consuming divorce case she has ever worked. People diagnosed with…

South Korean Prosecutors Indict Ex-President Park On Corruption Charges

On Monday, prosecutors in South Korea announced that they have indicted former President Park Geun-hye on corruption and abuse of power charges that could send her to jail for life. Park, 65, was impeached in December, formally removed from office March 10, and arrested March 30 amid a national scandal that has also swept up…

Casey Anthony Speaks Out for First Time [VIDEO]

Casey Anthony is back in the spotlight if you’re not familiar with the case, nine years ago her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, went missing and was later found dead, today an interview for the Associated Press about her case was issued. Anthony, now 30, has never spoken publicly about the trial. “Caylee would be 12 right…

Dylann Roof Represents Himself At The Sentencing Face Of His Trial

Convicted Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof spoke to the jury for the first time at his death penalty trial Wednesday, telling them that there’s nothing wrong with him psychologically and that he is not trying to keep any secrets from them. “My opening statement is going to seem a little bit out of place,” the…

U.N.-backed tribunal sentences Khmer Rouge leaders to life in prison

Two top Khmer Rouge leaders were sentenced to life in prison on Thursday for their role in the 1970s “killing fields” of Cambodia. A U.N.-backed war crimes tribunal sentenced the former 83-year-old head of state and its 88-year-old chief ideologue on war crime charges three and a half decades after the country’s terror period. Photo:…

‘Hiccup Girl’ Murder Trial Set To Begin

Jennifer Mee, whose case of uncontrollable hiccups went viral six years ago, will appear in court Wednesday for allegedly luring a man into a robbery that ultimately led to his death. Mee’s attorney plans to introduce his client’s schizophrenia diagnosis to the case.

Lengthy Closing Arguments In Store At Bulger Trial

Prosecutors and defense attorneys are expected to present lengthy closing arguments to jurors as they lay out their cases in the racketeering trial of reputed gangster James “Whitey” Bulger. Closing arguments were scheduled for Monday in U.S. District Court, where during the nearly eight-week trial jurors heard sometimes gruesome testimony about 19 killings in which…

Second Michael Jackson Trial Starts Today

Monday is the big day for Michael Jackson’s family, as the trial over the potentially wrongful death of the beloved pop star begins in Los Angeles. Testimonies from family members as well as medical and financial experts will be delivered over the next several months, as jurors deliberate whether AEG Live, the company that promoted…