By the end of 1988 Dahmer got his own apartment and not long after was arrested for drugging and fondling a thirteen-year-old boy. He was sentenced to five years, but only served ten months with five years’ probation. In March 1989 he committed his fifth murder, Anthony Sears, twenty-six. This was the first murder, where he kept his victim’s skull (Blanco). Dahmer’s next victim, Ricky Beeks, thirty-three, was murdered in May of 1990.
Dennis Rader got married to her wife Paula in 1971 and had two kids. On January 15 of 1974, Rader committed his first murder; killing four members of the Ortero family in their own home which he says that these are his “projects”. After murdering and slaying numerous people, Rader would steal items as his reward or his souvenir. He also would leave semen at the scene due to having sexual pleasure from killing. The fifteen year old son of Joseph and Julie Ortero, Charlie, came home that day and shockingly discovered the bodies of his family.
Orlando Anderson, the member who had been abused by Tupac, fired the fatal shots. Anderson was killed one year later in another unrelated gang shooting. Notorious B.I.G (real name Christopher Wallace), whom Tupac had been feuding with for over a year, supplied the murder weapon along with an agreement to pay the Southside gang $100 000 000 if they went through with the killing. Notorious B.I.G was killed during a shooting 6 months later. His murder case is unsolved.
The innocent man is the story of Ron Williamson who was unjustly convicted of murder and spent twelve years on death row before being exonerated by DNA evidence. Ron Williamson was born in Ada, a small town in Oklahoma. His future looked bright when he was young and he was an exceptional athlete who was drafted by the Oakland Athletics. After an unsuccessful career in the minors Ron Williamson became a drug addict and an alcoholic whose life steadily got worse. He could not keep any job and he began spending most of his time in bars, and living with various friends.
In 1986 he killed his mother and stepfather, six months earlier he murdered a shop assistant to "feel what it felt like to kill someone". He appealed four times during his incarceration, and on all four occasions he was ignored when he said that, "He had found God". Because of the intricacies of the trial, it took twelve years for Sean Sellers to be executed via lethal injection. His last words were said to the stepfather's family were the wisest that had left his lips since his sentencing. When Mr &Mrs Bello Fato were found dead by their son Sean the police found evidence of a break in, the door was left ajar and looked like it had been forced open.
(Blanco) After his first accouter with the police Lemuel, left New York and relocated to Baltimore Maryland. There Lemuel tried to murder again. However he was not successful. Lemuel took a 25 year old women as his prisoner, beat her and nearly kill her. However the women survived and Smith was sentenced to 20 years in jail for assault.
Although given a life sentence, Dawson was released after about 28 years in prison, and within weeks of his release, he felt an “urge to kill again.” He proceeded to stab defenseless John Matthews and Paul Hancock, and then left both of their bodies battered in blood, in a bathtub. If Dawson were given the death penalty after his first admitted murder, it could have saved the lives of two innocent men, and the grief of their friends and
He denied any involvement and described his battle with the killer he described as “bushy-haired” (Linder). After a police investigation, Dr. Sam Sheppard was convicted of second degree murder and sentenced to life in prison. With the hectic media covering it, they were quick in decision that it was him that committed the murder. This was an unfair trial, ruined a man’s life, and gave him no time for a career. With the help from F. Lee Bailey, who spent five years appealing the verdict; all the way to the Supreme Court, released Sheppard from prison granting retrial for inherently prejudicial publicity (Rompalske 20).
DeLuna also developed a taste for huffing spray paint. He was arrested multiple times holding a can of spray paint with his hands and mouth “smeared with the stuff.” DeLuna was convicted of murder and sentenced to death by the state of Texas. On the night of February 4th,1983 a 24 year old gas station attendant named Wanda Lopez was murdered.Reporters said the young woman had been stabbed multiple time with a buckle knife. At his 1983 trial, Carlos DeLuna told the jury that on the day of the murder he had ran into Hernandez, who he'd known for the previous five years. The two men, who both lived in the southern Texas town of Corpus Christi, stopped off at a bar.
When Davis confronted the driver a dispute erupted and Davis allegedly hit Ross. That's when the mother of five took matters into her own hands and ran him over with her car, killing him. When questioned, police quoted Ross as saying, "He hit me so I ran him down." Dead man gets 2 years A man was sentenced last week to two years in prison for faking his death three times to beat drunk driving charges. Peter C. Gentry was first arrested in 1991, but an official looking death certificate sent to authorities said he had died in a Los Angeles auto crash, and the case was dismissed.