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10 Steps to Getting Away With Committing Murder

This is weird. One of those pages that use horrible graphical lists to get traffic and Google juice posted an image called 10 ways to cover up a murder. It's disturbingly interesting—especially if you're a psychopath looking to commit a murder. Read More >>

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Lodger Alleged to Have Killed Dublin Man in Argument Over Chess Match

An apparent row over a late night chess move between friends is said to have caused Italian visitor Saverio Bellante to completely flip, resulting in the gruesome murder of Dublin man Tom O'Gorman over the weekend. Read More >>

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Whoa, Did Google Maps Just Reveal a Bloody Gruesome Murder?

Google Maps, the all seeing eye that can find naked pranksters, possible donkey hit and runs and other more serious crimes, may have just stumbled upon a bloody crime scene. The image shows what looks to be two people dragging a corpse and leaving a bloody trail on a pier. Read More >>

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Man Shot Dead After GPS Error Leads Him to Wrong House

When Rodrigo Diaz set out to pick up his friends and go ice skating, he was in high spirits. But when his GPS navigation system took him and some friends to the wrong house, he was assumed to be an intruder — and shot dead. Read More >>

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John McAfee Says He's Innocent and Thinks the Murder Was Actually Meant for Him

John McAfee, the anti-virus software kingpin, is wanted for murder in Belize. He says he didn't do it. And that the murder of his neighbour, Gregory Faull, might have actually been meant for him. The weirdness that surrounds McAfee is getting even crazier. Read More >>

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John McAfee Wanted for Murder

Antivirus pioneer John McAfee is on the run from murder charges, Belize police say. According to Marco Vidal, head of the national police force's Gang Suppression Unit, McAfee is a prime suspect in the murder of American expatriate Gregory Paul, who was gunned down Saturday night at his home in San Pedro Town on the island of Ambergris Caye. Read More >>

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The History of Sux, the Word's Most Discreet Murder Weapon

You might notice the sting of the injection. Within seconds you'd realise you're having trouble moving your eyes and fingers, followed by your arms and legs. If you were standing, you'd collapse. In a heap on the floor, you'd realise nearly every muscle in your body was paralysed. Being fully conscious, your sense of panic would be rising as rapidly as the paralysis was spreading. Swallowing and breathing has become more and more difficult. Slipping into unconsciousness, your last conscious thought may well be "I am going to die." Read More >>

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Idiot Hitman Uses "HitManForHire" Domain Name

Sometimes it's hard to tell if the site you're on is legit. But if you stumbled on HitManForHire.net, what would you think? A joke, right? Read More >>

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Juror's Tweets Overturn US Death Row Conviction

Twitter's got the power to fuel change for the good -- at least Egypt certainly thinks so -- but there's also the power of Twitter to interfere with due process, and that's exactly what's happened here. A convicted murderer may escape the death penalty in the US, after a juror tweeted about the case during the trial, causing the Supreme Court to overturn his conviction. Read More >>

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