Princess Diana’s Daughter Meets Prince Charles, Accuses Him Of Murder

Princess Diana may have had a secret daughter named Sarah, who was kept hidden from the public due to pressure from the Royal family. In 2014 Sarah confronted Prince Charles during a secret meeting in England where she accused him of killing her mother. The entire confrontation was apparently caught on tape by Globe Magazine, who recorded the confrontation between Sarah and Charles on a surveillance camera. Thedailybeast.com reports: Globe magazine claims that after Charles and Diana married the fertilised eggs were supposed to be destroyed but a rogue doctor implanted one of the embryos into his wife. The mag alleges that a 33-year old New England woman, who they say is called Sarah, was born before William and Harry. Globe says she is now living incognito in New England in the United States, and has feared for her life following Diana’s death in a Paris car crash in 1997. It’s quite a tale, and one bolstered by […] Read More

Group Seeks Mandatory Minimum Sentence For Cops Who Kill The Unarmed

Washington, DC – After a review of options by a panel of activists, a petition has been launched on Whitehouse.gov seeking to create a mandatory minimum sentence to be imposed on officers who kill unarmed citizens. The activists hope to create an incentive for officers to think before they act. Under this legislation, officers will not be able to use the excuse they were in fear for their lives when encountering a unarmed citizen. When officers carelessly destroy the lives of the unarmed, their life will also be destroyed. Heather Lucas described it as: “The first bill that dissolves the seeming impenetrable corrupt safety net the FOP provides to murderous police.” Sam Andrews of the Missouri-based Tactical YETIs, said: “No more free passes for Government employees committing criminal acts.” Mike Kay said: “The people have waited far too long for a positive step towards police accountability. This will expose who’s […] Read More

F*ck The City of Cleveland For What is Doing to the Family of Tamir Rice

If killing a small child for holding a toy gun, failing to convict the police officer who shot said small child and refused to medically assist him afterwards wasn’t enough, forcing the family of the murdered child to pay for his ambulance ride and hospital fees appears to be the icing on the cake for Cleveland — now officially the worst city in America. The family of Tamir Rice, the young black boy shot to death by two Cleveland police officers in 2014, are to be sent a bill for $500 by for “advanced life support” and Rice’s ambulance ride after the city filed a creditor’s claim today at court. Reported Gawker: This afternoon in probate court, the city filed a creditor’s claim for $500, saying that Rice’s family still owes them for the ambulance and paramedics that tended to the 12-year-old’s body after he was shot by a police officer […] Read More

Good Cop Crosses Thin Blue Line, Helps Family Bring Officer Who Killed Their Son to Justice

Versailles, MO — On Friday, special prosecutor William Camm Seay announced that Trooper Anthony Piercy is being charged in the death of Brandon Ellingson, who drowned in the Lake of the Ozarks with his hands cuffed behind his back. On May 31, 2014. Trooper Piercy arrested Ellingson under suspicion of OWI and negligently placed the wrong life jacket over the handcuffed 20-year-old’s torso. Piercy then drove his patrol boat away from the scene at a high rate of speed. Ellingson was thrown from the craft when it struck a sizeable wake, the life jacket came off, and he drowned with his hands still in cuffs. As The Free Thought Project previously reported, following the familiar full-court press to prevent officer accountability, the jury in a Coroner’s Inquest ruled Ellingson’s death to be accidental. It was subsequently revealed that Amanda Grellner, the prosecutor who declined to file charges against Piercy, had received […] Read More

Police Killed More Americans In 2014 Than All U.S. Mass Shootings Combined

With another recent mass shooting having taken place last week in Charleston, South Carolina – such a crisis is the perfect opportunity for the President to yet again stop just short of using the “C-word” – confiscation. Or “C” for the gun Control he promoted. Before any victims were even in the ground, he exploited the tragedy for politicized gun control agendas. Obama is tired of making speeches about mass killings. He’s tired of them. He doesn’t want killings to be the “new normal.” I agree with the President. Random, mass murder whether by guns, caused by mental illness, or by hatred needs to stop. Therefore, I took the liberty of finding its biggest source… If it’s really true that you’re 9 times more likely to be killed by a police officer than a terrorist – then we need to have a talk. But where is our speech to address […] Read More

The ordeal of the bleeding corpse

An illustration of a body in its coffin starts to bleed in the presence of the murderer during a cruentation 1497. Image from Wikipedia. The history of criminal justice and forensic science is really interesting because of all the absurd rituals and superstitions that courts used. Before the advent of blood tests, fingerprint analysis, and DNA testing, many cultures relied on various trials by ordeal to help determine a suspect’s guilt or innocence. To prove a murderer was guilty, for example, many European courts relied on a type of trial by ordeal that involved a “bleeding” corpse. A trial by ordeal is an ancient method of ascertaining guilt or innocence and can be found in cultures all over the world (Roth 2010 and Primm 2013). The societies that used a trial by ordeal believed that a god or gods would protect the innocent from harm and punish the guilty. […] Read More

Monstrous Humans

There have been horrific murderers throughout human history…many are easily recognized by their name or deed. The following lineup includes a few ‘not so famous’ human monsters: Leonarda Cianciulli (November 14, 1893, Montella, Province of Avellino – October 15, 1970) was an Italian serial killer. Better known as the “Soap-Maker of Correggio”, she murdered three women in Correggio between 1939 and 1940, and turned their bodies into soap. Having been born the child of a rape, she led a sad childhood with a hateful mother. She attempted suicide twice. In 1914, she married a registry office clerk, Raffaele Pansardi, and moved to Lariano in Alta Irpinia. Their home was destroyed by an earthquake in 1930, and they moved once more, this time to Correggio, where Leonarda opened a small shop and became very popular as a nice, gentle woman, a doting mother and a nice neighbor. In 1939, Cianciulli […] Read More

Ghostly going on

By Anthony North So many people take it for granted that ghosts are spirits of the dead. Whether this is true or not is unlikely ever to be proved one way or the other. And perhaps that is the beauty of a mystery. We need mysteries to be fully human, and nothing satisfies this factor more than a ghost. But the reality is there ARE psycho-sociological mechanisms that can account for the vast majority. Let’s have a few examples from Britain. GHOSTLY TALES Seen on many occasions in St James’s Palace is the ghost of valet to the Duke of Cumberland, Sellis. Usually seen propped up in a bed with a slit throat, this gruesome ghost seems to be a remembrance of Sellis’s death in May 1810. According to his master, Sellis tried to kill him, but, failing, committed suicide. A pertinent rumour of the time had it that […] Read More