*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.
Ceola Walker, 77, shows the many bullet holes in her car and home after police fired at her son, Roy Middleton, 60, as he searched for a cigarette in her car, Saturday, July 27, 2013.
*The entire state of Florida has to send their officers to the anti-racial profiling and sensitivity training because their offenses seem to be endless.
Roy Middleton, 60, went in his driveway Saturday, to look for a cigarette in his mother’s car when police showed up on the scene and demanded he get of the car with his hands up.
According to witnesses, Middleton did not show any aggressive behavior toward them and complied with their demands before they riddled the scene with bullets.
Luckily, they were also unskilled in shooting because only one of the many bullets hit Middleton in the leg.
Leon Rosby had the unfortunate task of watching his dog be killed by a police officer during his arrest.
*The story we reported lst Tuesday, on the Hawthorne, California police officers that shot a man’s dog while arresting him has resulted in the duties of several of the officers to be cut back.
The three officers seen on the video have been yanked off the streets until further notice because the police department fears for their safety.
One of the officers has even been receiving death threats, according to ABC News. After the shooting was posted online, it received 3.7 million hits on YouTube.
Balaal Hollings was shot in the head April 6, 2013, and miraculously recovered in time for his high school graduation, Tuesday, June 4, 2013.
*There are so many stories of tragedy out of Detroit, that we are elated to report a tragedy that took a turn for the best.
On April 6, high school senior, football star, honor student, Homecoming King, student and senior class president Balaal Hollings was shot in his head when trying to break up a fight.
The Northwestern High School senior survived the shooting, but could not walk or talk, according to the ABC 7 report.
Robbers in Brooklyn attempt to rob home, but quick thinking 10-year-old gets the gun of man trying to kick in an upstairs door and fires warning shot.
There are a lot of bold criminals out there that don’t care if children will be hurt in their caper.
They fire their guns into traffic, into homes, it doesn’t matter.
But one 10-year-old in Canarsie, a south Brooklyn residential neighborhood that ends at the Jamaica Bay, stopped robbers that entered their home around 5:30pm, according to The Blaze.
The robbers came in dressed as delivery men and brandishing guns and told the boy’s teenage sisters to stay where they were as they searched the home.
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.