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Why People Are Asking Questions About That Bizarre Viral DeLorean Fire

This is one of those stories that, at first, just seems simple and terrible. Unfortunately, the more that gets revealed, the less simple everything becomes. The whole thing revolves around one awful event: a 1981 DeLorean destroyed by fire. However, since it’s blown up on the local news and Car Internet, a lot of people are asking questions about what happened.

Around noon on Jan. 5, Daryl Kemsley, a 22-year old YouTuber with a taste for exotic cars, was driving his 1981 DeLorean, his childhood dream car. Kemsley claims he had just agreed to sell the DeLorean for $70,000, and was driving the car back from a mechanic after a pre-sale inspection.

During the drive in Orem, Utah, Kemsley claims in a Facebook post that he was rear-ended by a driver who

Read more at: https://jalopnik.com/why-people-are-asking-questions-about-that-bizarre-vira-1821888602

Missing sisters found safe, but questions about case’s handling remain

As the welcome news came Thursday that three missing Austin-area sisters had been found safe in Florida, questions remained about how long it took school officials to learn one child was missing and why authorities didn’t send out a statewide Amber Alert.

Two of the sisters had been in foster care since Nov. 3, when authorities learned their mother had allowed their father, 46-year-old Anthony Joseph Jordan II, to live with the family, counter to directives by state case workers. Anthony Jordan had been accused of sexually assaulting the oldest girl, 16, court records show.

Two of the girls had been missing since Tuesday, when their mother, Sarah Marcella Jordan, 38, abducted the youngest girl, 10, and a middle child, 13, authorities said. She was arrested Thursday in Pensacola, Fla., and charged with interference with child custody, officials said. Authorities didn’t say whether anyone else had been charged in the case.

Read more at: http://www.mystatesman.com/news/crime--law/missing-sisters-found-safe-but-questions-about-case-handling-remain/phHewu8fIIax38teoLXooM/

Justice Project Questions Murder Conviction

Convicted murderer Ken Hudson addresses the court at his sentencing on April 3, 2001. Outagamie County Circuit Judge Harold Froehlich sentenced him to life in prison plus 73 years for the June 25, 2000, murder of Shanna Van Dyn Hoven in Kaukauna, Wis. Hudson, who has maintained his innocence, has been granted a new round of DNA testing. (Dan Powers/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin)

Convicted murderer Ken Hudson addresses the court at his sentencing on April 3, 2001. Outagamie County Circuit Judge Harold Froehlich sentenced him to life in prison plus 73 years for the June 25, 2000, murder of Shanna Van Dyn Hoven in Kaukauna, Wis. Hudson, who has maintained his innocence, has been granted a new round of DNA testing. (Dan Powers/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin)

In his opening statement, prosecutor Vince Biskupic said blood found on Ken Hudson’s body came from Shanna Van Dyn

Read more at: http://urbanmilwaukee.com/2017/09/10/justice-project-questions-murder-conviction/

DNA Tests In Wisconsin Killing Raise Questions Amid Alleged Evidence Tampering

In his opening statement, prosecutor Vince Biskupic said blood found on Ken Hudson’s body came from Shanna Van Dyn Hoven, an athletic student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison home for summer break who was stabbed to death while jogging near her home in Kaukauna.

Police photos show Hudson’s left leg shining red, streaked with a red substance, as he lay handcuffed to a hospital bed. The substance ran from the middle of his shin down to his sandal, a little trickling between his toes. It was hours after police arrested Hudson following a 16-mile car chase through Wisconsin’s Fox Valley in June 2000.

Hudson’s arrest came after Dave Carnot, a welder, said in an interview for this story that he had heard his neighbor, Van Dyn Hoven, 19, scream about three times. Carnot, the son of a retired Kaukauna police officer, said he raced to Plank Road where he found Hudson standing

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DNA tests in Wisconsin murder raise questions amid alleged evidence tampering

Shanna Van Dyn Hoven, 19, was stabbed to death on June 25, 2000, in Kaukauna, Wis. Ken Hudson is serving a life term for the murder. Hudson, who has maintained his innocence, has won a new round of DNA testing in the case.

Read more at: http://host.madison.com/ct/news/local/crime/dna-tests-in-wisconsin-murder-raise-questions-amid-alleged-evidence/article_6093998c-e3ac-56c5-92a3-8846aa1d8743.html

DNA tests in Wisconsin murder raise questions amid alleged …

Shanna Van Dyn Hoven, 19, was stabbed to death on June 25, 2000, in Kaukauna, Wis. Ken Hudson is serving a life term for the murder. Hudson, who has maintained his innocence, has won a new round of DNA testing in the case.

Read more at: http://host.madison.com/ct/news/local/crime/dna-tests-in-wisconsin-murder-raise-questions-amid-alleged-evidence/article_6093998c-e3ac-56c5-92a3-8846aa1d8743.html

DNA tests in Wisconsin murder raise questions amid alleged evidence tampering

This story was produced in partnership with The Medill Justice Project, an award-winning national investigative journalism center based at Northwestern University.

 

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Examine the testing done on samples from Hudson’s body for both the prosecution and the defense.


*Editor’s note: Some images in this story may be disturbing to viewers.

In his opening statement, prosecutor Vince Biskupic said blood found on Ken Hudson’s body came from Shanna Van Dyn Hoven, an athletic student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison home for summer break who was stabbed to death while jogging near her home in Kaukauna.

Police photos show Hudson’s left leg shining red, streaked with a red substance, as he lay handcuffed to a hospital bed. The substance ran from the middle of his shin down to his sandal, a

Read more at: http://wisconsinwatch.org/2017/09/dna-tests-in-wisconsin-murder-raise-questions-amid-alleged-evidence-tampering/

Family questions disappearance of missing man in northeast Houston


HOUSTON — Texas Equusearch sent crews out Thursday morning to search for a man who has been missing since earlier in the week.

Donald Crenshaw, 37, is a father of seven. He was last seen on the overpass of Highway 59 near Jensen Road Monday night.

The family said he was with a co-worker, who claims the father stepped out the vehicle to urinate and next he was gone. It’s been suggested Crenshaw fell over the bridge, but investigators have not found his body.

Crenshaw was wearing a blue work uniform with company’s name, Specialized Maintenance, printed on it and brown steal-toe boots. He has a gold grill on his teeth and earrings in both ears. The father has several tattoos, including an image of the Houston skyline on his arms and a dragon

Read more at: http://cw39.com/2017/08/10/family-questioning-disappearance-of-missing-man/