*Facebook members probably never thought they would unwittingly made witnesses to a murder.
Derek Medina, 30, took a picture of his wife’s lifeless body (see photo HERE) and posted it to Facebook after he shot and killed her. Unbelievable, right?
Even more chilling, commenters left messages that read “What happened???? derek” and “That is my friend there. jennifer Alfonso.”
According to reports, he confessed to the crime both by cell phone and on his Facebook page.
Former Dallas Mavericks ManiAAAc’s cheerleader and Army vet, Erbie Bowser, 43, shot and killed four, as he searched for his ex-girlfriend, Thursday, August 8, 2013
*Is there a such thing as sensible crimes? Well, if these crimes ever did exist, they are surely extinct in America today.
This morning, Erbie Bowser, 43, a former Dallas Mavericks ManiAAc dancer, went on a shooting spree that authorities believe may have even included a hand grenade being thrown, in maniac fashion, as he searched for his ex-girlfriend.
He went to her home in Dallas as well as another home in Desoto–where he was captured–and killed a total of four people and wounded another four, according to the Daily Mail.
Yingyi Li-Dikov, 30 was killed in Flushing, New York’s Kissena Park, when an oak tree fell on her as she sat on a park bench, Sunday, August 5, 2013.
*Some people call strange happenings in nature an act of God, but this would not be one of them.
Yingyi Li-Dikov, 30, of Queens, was probably taking a jog or walk in Flushing’s Kissena Park on Sunday evening when she sat down to rest on a bench.
But, as she sat on the bench, an oak tree came down on her and killed her. But not only did she lose her life, she was six months pregnant and her child did not survive the freak accident, according to the New York Daily News.
Venice Beach attack carried out by Nathan Louis Campbell, 38, in where he drove his black Dodge Avenger (seen in the upper left running over a woman dressed in pink) directly into the crowd, Saturday, August 3, 2013.
*There are a near endless list of tourist areas in America, but some are more popular than others.
And now that we live in an era of terrorist attacks, it’s not a stretch that these areas could be targets.
But no one ever expects an attack from a citizen, yet they’ve happened over and over again.
A man got into his car over the weekend and used the pedestrians of the famous Venice Beach boardwalk, near Los Angeles, as target practice as he ran his car through the busy area filled with people.
According to the Guardian, Nathan Louis Campbell, 38, turned himself into police at a Santa Monica precinct just a couple hours after the tragic incident and told them he was “involved.”
Campbell is being held by police on $1 million bail. Witnesses said it seemed that the man was “bent on doing evil.”
Scott Simon, 24, will likely spend the rest of his life behind bars because of a butt dial he made to 911 about his murder plot, May 5, 2013.
*Crimes are normally reported to 911, so that help can be sent to the crime scene as soon as possible.
But the culprit committing the crime usually is ready to go to jail and is remorseful if they feel compelled to make the call…but not this time.
A couple young men, Scott Simon, 24, and Nicholas Walker, 33, got into a fight in a Broward County, Florida Waffle House.
After the two were separated and left the scene, Simon followed Walker home and he was shot to death on I-95, according to the Miami Herald.
Well, the police have an open and shut case on Simon’s murder plot because of a butt dial he made to 911 where his conversation with friends detailing how he was going to follow Walker home and kill him.
Impact: After the Crash is a documentary produced by survivor Harold Dennis and the MADD organization for alcohol awareness.
*The drunk driving accidents in this country have began groups like MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) and many other efforts to get everyone to stop and get a designated driver when they’ve had a few too many drinks.
But, nothing much has changed in the last 25 years since the worst crash ever.
On May 14, 1988, 27 students and adults were killed in the worst drunk driving crash in U.S. history as a truck driver came up a road the wrong way and crashed into a school bus returning to Radcliff, Ky., from a church group amusement park outing.
Karolyn Nunnallee was so altered by the accident that took her 10-year-old daughter’s life she later served as national president of MADD and now has partnered with survivor, Harold Dennis, to revisit the tragedy through the documentary Impact: After The Crash, according to People Magazine.