The Smiley Face Killer is Back!

Just like a horror movie “I Know What You Did Last Summer” or SAW V”, The Smiley Face Killer is back! Here a little review about The Smiley Face Killer . The Smiley Face Killer refers to a theory originally advanced by two retired New York City detectives, Kevin Gannon and Anthony Duarte, that a number of young men found dead in bodies of water across several states over the last decade did not accidentally drown, as believed by most law enforcement sources, but were victims of a serial killer or killers. Continue reading “The Smiley Face Killer is Back!”

Traci Rhode was Convicted of Killing Her Husband

Traci Rhode, 38, had worked as a nurse for the past 18 years. Traci Rhode was alleged to have shot dead her husband, Scott Rhode in October 2003. Traci Rhode was killing her husband by a gun that was fired through a pillow resting on his head. Traci said Scott Rhode fatally shot himself. So, she said she was innocent.

The result, Traci Lynn Rhode received a 10 year probated sentence. She appealed against her conviction. On March 5, 2009, the Thirteenth Court of Appeals dismissed Traci Rhodeā€™s appeal.

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The Trials of Marcus Schrenker

Because the incident involved an aircraft, and crimes spanned a number of states, including one coastal state, Marcus Schrenker (38) may be prosecuted by the United States Coast Guard, the Federal Aviation Administration, as well as Indiana, Alabama, and Florida law enforcement.

In January 2008, The Indiana Department of Insurance filed a complaint against Schrenker on behalf of seven investors who claim he neglected to inform them that they would face high fees if they switched annuities, which subsequently cost them roughly $250,000.On December 31, 2008, Schrenker’s Indiana state financial adviser’s license expired and authorities raided his home in search of evidence of securities violations. On January 6, 2009, Schrenker was charged in Hamilton County, Indiana with unlawful acts by a compensated adviser and unlawful transaction by an investment adviser, and his bail was set at $4 million. On January 9, he lost $533,500 in a federal court ruling in Maryland against one of his companies. Continue reading “The Trials of Marcus Schrenker”