Via The Washington Post:
A little after 4 a.m. on July 21, 1996, Damon Thibodeaux, a deckhand on a Mississippi River workboat, cracked at the end of a nine-hour interrogation and confessed to the brutal rape and murder of his 14-year-old step-cousin, Crystal Champagne. “I didn’t know that I had done it,” Thibodeaux said at one point, according to a police transcript. “But I done it.”Turns out he didn't done it. Read HERE.
Speaking of DNA, "Snapped" focused this week on that Los Angeles police detective who was finally linked to murdering her ex-lover's wife in 1986 in a jealous rage. (Stephanie Lazarus was sentenced to 27 years to life in May.) I've followed this case intensely and all I have to say is that if dick will make you slap somebody, this John Ruetten's dick will make you kill someone. Read HERE.