A sensational murder case has finally been put to rest (at least on the state level) by a decision of the Kentucky Supreme Court.
You may remember the case. The killer, Robert Markham Taylor stuffed the body of the victim, Alex Johnson in a barrel after killing him and dumped the barrel and the body in the Kentucky river. Apparently it was a drug related killing as Taylor went to Johnson’s home after the killing and hauled away two garbage bags with approximately 26 pounds of marijuana in them
I watched some of the trial and it was definitely interesting. I guess only a criminal defense attorney would call a murder trial interesting. The defense and prosecution did a good job. It was a tragic case.
Read more about the case and the decision by clicking on the link below.
http://UK chef’s murderer fails to convince Supreme Court that he was wrongly convicted http://www.kentucky.com/news/local/crime/article182486266.html
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Missouri’s Chief Public Defender blisters the Governor over budget cuts to the Public Defender program….and then, under a state statute giving him the authority to do so, appoints him to represent an indigent client. A must read.
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DAVE WEASEL NEW YORK – A 41-year-old woman had the winning lottery ticket worth over 3 million dollars on Friday night, but showed up to work anyway on Monday to deliver one last package. The…
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