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‘Final Vision’ stars debate Jeffrey MacDonald’s guilt or innocence

It’s the longest-running criminal case in U.S. history, which is why, more than 30 years after the classic miniseries Fatal Vision aired on NBC, Investigation Discovery is taking another look at the Jeffrey MacDonald murder saga with the new film Final Vision.

Starring Scandal’s Scott Foley as MacDonald, the Green Beret and Ivy league-educated doctor who was convicted of the 1970 murder of his pregnant wife and their two daughters, and Brothers Sisters alum Dave Annable as Joe McGinniss, the bestselling author MacDonald sought out to help prove his innocence, Final Vision takes another look at MacDonald’s murder trial and the relationship between the men.

What began with MacDonald giving McGinniss extended interviews and full access to his defense team and the trial

Read more at: http://en.brinkwire.com/15933/final-vision-stars-debate-jeffrey-macdonalds-guilt-or-innocence/

Burger Battle round 3: An underdog advances to the Final Four

In the third round of Burger Battle 2017, we sent teams of three judges to try three burgers at each joint. Not three burgers apiece, although a couple of judges would have gone for that.

The results were telling. One place is definitely on a roll. There’s another that’s having a good-luck streak — or, rather, its competitors have combined for a bad-luck streak. And there is a former champ that has made it to the Final Four — our only former champ to do so — but is showing some vulnerability.

Although there were only four match-ups, there’s a lot to get to. So here we go …

(2) Fuego Burger vs. (5) Swiss Pastry Shop

When you get to the Elite Eight round of any bracket, you can’t afford a stumble. After a tremendous burger in the previous round, Swiss Pastry Shop had an uncharacteristic one against Fuego Burger.

The Spicy

Read more at: http://www.star-telegram.com/entertainment/restaurants/burgers/article177006221.html

Videos catch glimpses of Kenneka Jenkins’ final hours at Crowne Plaza – Chicago Sun

She arrived at the hotel to party with her friends.

She stumbled down a hallway.

And she walked unsteadily through a hotel kitchen, disappearing around a corner.

Those were among the images of 19-year-old Kenneka Jenkins captured on surveillance video at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, where she was found dead in a walk-in freezer last weekend. Rosemont police released nine video files Friday afternoon.

One video shows her walking alone in the hotel kitchen around 3:30 a.m. Saturday but does not directly show her walking into the freezer where she was found dead.

Among the clips, Jenkins can be seen arriving at the hotel with three other people shortly after midnight on Saturday. Subsequent clips show her stumbling off elevators and walking alone through hallways.

The release of the videos came hours after the lawyer for Jenkins’ mother said “serious questions remain” about the circumstances involving Jenkins’ death — and capped a week of apparent miscommunication

Read more at: http://chicago.suntimes.com/chicago-politics/family-lawyer-serious-questions-remain-in-kenneka-jenkins-death/

‘Mountain Jane Doe’ to be given final tribute

For almost half of a century, the body of an unidentified young woman found stabbed to death near Little Shepherd Trail on Pine Mountain in 1969 remained buried and unidentified on a forlorn hill on the outskirts of Harlan, Kentucky. Through the years, she affectionately became known by locals — and eventually the entire nation — as “Mountain Jane Doe.”

While police were unable to determine who she was and the murder became a cold case, locals tended to her grave, remembered her in story and never gave up hope that one day they may come to find out who she was.

That finally happened 47 years later when advances in DNA testing made it possible to positively identify “Mountain Jane Doe” last summer.

No longer “Mountain Jane Doe,” Sonja Kay Blair-Adams will be finally laid to rest and memorialized in a public funeral that will take place July 29, at Mount Pleasant

Read more at: http://www.claiborneprogress.net/news/15315/mountain-jane-doe-to-be-given-final-tribute

‘Mountain Jane Doe’ to be given final tribute

For almost half of a century, the body of an unidentified young woman found stabbed to death near Little Shepherd Trail on Pine Mountain in 1969 remained buried and unidentified on a forlorn hill on the outskirts of Harlan. Through the years, she affectionately became known by locals — and eventually the entire nation — as “Mountain Jane Doe.”

While police were unable to determine who she was and the murder became a cold case, locals tended to her grave, remembered her in story and never gave up hope that one day they may come to find out who she was.

That finally happened 47 years later when advances in DNA testing made it possible to positively identify ‘Mountain Jane Doe” last summer.

No longer “Mountain Jane Doe,” Sonja Kay Blair-Adams will be finally laid to rest and memorialized in a public funeral that will take place July 29, at Mount Pleasant Funeral

Read more at: http://www.middlesborodailynews.com/news/19500/mountain-jane-doe-to-be-given-final-tribute

‘Mountain Jane Doe’ to be given final tribute

For almost half of a century, the body of an unidentified young woman found stabbed to death near Little Shepherd Trail on Pine Mountain in 1969 remained buried and unidentified on a forlorn hill on the outskirts of Harlan. Through the years, she affectionately became known by locals — and eventually the entire nation — as “Mountain Jane Doe.”

While police were unable to determine who she was and the murder became a cold case, locals tended to her grave, remembered her in story and never gave up hope that one day they may come to find out who she was.

That finally happened 47 years later when advances in DNA testing made it possible to positively identify ‘Mountain Jane Doe” last summer.

No longer “Mountain Jane Doe,” Sonja Kay Blair-Adams will be finally laid to rest and memorialized in a public funeral that will take place July 29, at Mount Pleasant Funeral

Read more at: http://www.harlandaily.com/news/20846/mountain-jane-doe-to-be-given-final-tribute

17 years after Molly’s disappearance, Bish family hosts final Missing Children’s Day event

by: Bob Ward
Updated: May 24, 2017 – 1:19 PM




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BOSTON – Seventeen years after they lost their daughter, the Bish family is letting go of another creation.

Molly Bish

Read more at: http://www.fox25boston.com/news/17-years-after-mollys-disappearance-bish-family-hosts-final-missing-childrens-day-event/526103948

17 years later, Bish family hosts final Missing Children’s Day event

by: Bob Ward
Updated: May 24, 2017 – 7:06 PM


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BOSTON – Seventeen years after they lost their daughter, the Bish family is letting go of another creation.

Molly Bish was 16 years old when she went missing in June of 2000. Her remains were found in June 2003.

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17 years after Molly’s disappearance, Bish family hosts final Missing …

by: Bob Ward
Updated: May 24, 2017 – 7:06 PM


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BOSTON – Seventeen years after they lost their daughter, the Bish family is letting go of another creation.

Molly Bish was 16 years old when she went missing in June of 2000. Her remains were found in June 2003.

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