MURDER investigation, MURDER trials, and DOMESTIC violence
The article discusses the February 1982 murder of Cathleen Krauseneck at her home in Brighton, New York. The authors offer background on Cathleen's life, explain that her husband Jim Krauseneck has been charged with second-degree murder as of November 2019, and note another possible murder suspect, Edward Laraby.
Civil War Times. Feb2021, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p54-61. 8p. 1 Color Photograph, 6 Black and White Photographs, 1 Map, 1 Cartoon or Caricature.
CRIMES against civilians in war, MURDER, CIVILIANS in war, and AMERICAN Civil War, 1861-1865
The article presents the statements of several civilians collected by Lieutenant William F. Greeley regarding the incident wherein Private Samuel Webster shot dead a teenage Maryland resident named Samuel Calvin Lamar. Statements include those of printer John P. Crown, Curtis Wheeler and farmer Charles E. Bready. Information on what happened to soldiers Greeley and Webster and the civilians after the incident is presented. Lamar's background is also given.
Murder--Guatemala--Guatemala, Murder--Case studies, and Homicide investigation--Case studies
A true story of violence and punishment that illuminates a transformative moment in Guatemalan history On the morning of July 1, 1800, a surveyor and mapmaker named Cayetano Díaz opened the window of his study in Guatemala City to find a horrific sight: a pair of severed breasts. Offering a meticulously researched and evocative account of the quest to find the perpetrator and understand the motives behind such a brutal act, this volume pinpoints the sensational crime as a watershed moment in Guatemalan history that radically changed the nature of justice and the established social order. Sylvia Sellers-García reveals how this bizarre and macabre event spurred an increased attention to crime that resulted in more forceful policing and reflected important policy decisions not only in Guatemala but across Latin America. This fascinating book is both an engaging criminal case study and a broader consideration of the forces shaping Guatemala City at the brink of the modern era.
Board game industry, Subscription services, Murder investigation -- Fiction, and Board games
The article focuses on the murder investigation game subscription box "Hunt A Killer," created by chief executive officer (CEO) Ryan Hogan. Topics include the popularity of off-line activities during the coronavirus pandemic and collaborations being developed between Hunt A Killer and the entertainment company Lionsgate and publishing house Simon & Schuster.