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Court views video of father pointing out Angel’s alleged killers

Port Elizabeth – A video made of Aaliyah “Angel” Tee’s father Edmund was aired in the Port Elizabeth High Court on Thursday where he is seen pointing out the two men charged with killing his 12-year-old daughter in cold blood.

Warrant Officer Lambertus Blok was tasked to conduct an identity parade and visited a hospital where Edmund had been admitted shortly after the shooting at his family home.

According to the State, Angel was murdered in June last year when gunmen, posing as cops, forced down the back door of the family’s Barberry Street home in Bethelsdorp. 

Nealon Redhouse, 18, and Deon Harmse, 24, are charged with murder and the attempted murder of Angel’s mother Candice and father, Edmund, who was wounded in the attack. 

The video played in court showed Blom visiting Edmund where he laid injured in a hospital bed. 

Blom said he had shown Edmund a total of 18 photographs.


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Port Elizabeth – A video made of Aaliyah “Angel” Tee’s father Edmund was aired in the Port Elizabeth High Court on Thursday where he is seen pointing out the two men charged with killing his 12-year-old daughter in cold blood.

Warrant Officer Lambertus Blok was tasked to conduct an identity parade and visited a hospital where Edmund had been admitted shortly after the shooting at his family home.

According to the State, Angel was murdered in June last year when gunmen, posing as cops, forced down the back door of the family’s Barberry Street home in Bethelsdorp. 

Nealon Redhouse, 18, and Deon Harmse, 24, are charged with murder and the attempted murder of Angel’s mother Candice and father, Edmund, who was wounded in the attack. 

The video played in court showed Blom visiting Edmund where he laid injured in a hospital bed. 

Blom said he had shown Edmund a total of 18 photographs.


Read more at: https://www.iol.co.za/news/south-africa/eastern-cape/court-views-video-of-father-pointing-out-angels-alleged-killers-12037352

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PORT ELIZABETH – A video made of slain Aaliyah “Angel” Tee’s father Edmund was aired in the Port Elizabeth High Court on Thursday where he is seen pointing out the two men charged with killing his 12-year-old daughter in cold blood.

Warrant Officer Lombertus Blok was tasked to conduct an identity parade and visited a hospital where Edmund had been admitted shortly after the shooting at his family home.

According to the State, Angel was murdered in June last year when gunmen, posing as cops, forced down the back door of the family’s Barberry Street home in Bethelsdorp. 

Nealon Redhouse, 18, and Deon Harmse, 24, are charged with murder and the attempted murder of Angel’s mother Candice and father, Edmund, who was wounded in the attack. 

The video played in court showed Blom visiting Edmund where he laid injured in a hospital bed. 

WATCH: PE court shown video of father pointing out alleged killers of daughter

PORT ELIZABETH – A video made of slain Aaliyah “Angel” Tee’s father Edmund was aired in the Port Elizabeth High Court on Thursday where he is seen pointing out the two men charged with killing his 12-year-old daughter in cold blood.

Warrant Officer Lombertus Blok was tasked to conduct an identity parade and visited a hospital where Edmund had been admitted shortly after the shooting at his family home.

According to the State, Angel was murdered in June last year when gunmen, posing as cops, forced down the back door of the family’s Barberry Street home in Bethelsdorp. 

Nealon Redhouse, 18, and Deon Harmse, 24, are charged with murder and the attempted murder of Angel’s mother Candice and father, Edmund, who was wounded in the attack. 

The video played in court showed Blom visiting Edmund where he laid injured in a hospital bed. 

Court upholds conviction of man who searched Falmouth murder victims for drugs




A man who rifled through the pockets of two homicide victims looking for drugs and left his shoe prints in a blood-soaked crime scene in a Falmouth home before stealing $240 in cash was properly convicted of stealing from a building, a state appeals court ruled this week.

Darryl S. Green lived on Central Avenue in Falmouth on June 11, 2013, when Crystal Perry and Kristofer M. Willams were murdered early that morning in their home a few doors away from Green’s home, a double homicide that remains unsolved four years later.

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Green entered the apartment, according to a confession he gave to homicide investigators in 2013, searched Perry’s body where he found it in the kitchen, and rolled

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Court records: Fort Dodge woman’s killers burned her body, fled to Indiana

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Jessica Gomez, 26, of Fort Dodge, was found killed in a rural area east of Clare in Webster County. Her friend, Mackenzie Lee Knigge, 26, of Clare, a woman originally reported missing with Gomez, has been charged with first degree murder. Phillip Anthony Williams, 25, of Lafayette, Ind., also is charged with murder. Three other people were also arrested with Knigge and Williams in Indiana.
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Before investigators found the burned body of a missing Fort Dodge woman or arrested her suspected killers last month, they found a bloody crime scene indicative of homicide, according to newly released court records.

It appeared to investigators that

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Court records reveal details in bloody Webster County homicide

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Jessica Gomez, 26, of Fort Dodge, was found killed in a rural area east of Clare in Webster County. Her friend, Mackenzie Lee Knigge, 26, of Clare, a woman originally reported missing with Gomez, has been charged with first degree murder. Phillip Anthony Williams, 25, of Lafayette, Ind., also is charged with murder. Three other people were also arrested with Knigge and Williams in Indiana.
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Before investigators found the burned body of a missing Fort Dodge woman or arrested her suspected killers last month, they found a bloody crime scene indicative of homicide, according to newly released court records.

It appeared to investigators that

Read more at: http://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/crime-and-courts/2017/09/12/court-records-fort-dodge-womans-killers-burned-her-body-fled-indiana/657178001/

UPDATED: Bluff City man arraigned in Sullivan County court

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Supreme Court dismisses two Site C lawsuits from BC First Nations

OTTAWA – Canada’s top court won’t hear an appeal from two B.C. First Nations worried that construction of an $8.8-billion hydro-electric dam would violate their constitutionally protected treaty rights.

Prophet River First Nation and West Moberly First Nation have been fighting the B.C. government in court for more than two years, hoping to halt construction of the Site C project.

After losses at both the provincial court and Federal Court level, the Supreme Court refused to grant the First Nations leave to appeal.

Site C will flood more than 5,500 hectares of land along the Peace River in northeast B.C., creating an 83-kilometre-long reservoir and providing enough power to light up 450,000 homes a year.

Project construction started in the summer of 2015 and is scheduled for completion in 2024.

A review of the project concluded that there would be significant adverse environmental effects, impacting indigenous treaty rights in the area, but the previous Conservative

Read more at: http://www.660news.com/2017/06/29/supreme-court-dismisses-two-site-c-lawsuits-from-b-c-first-nations/

Tampa man, accused of killing his mother, appears in court

Posted: Jun 01 2017 05:44PM EDT

Updated: Jun 01 2017 06:02PM EDT

– Put aside the alleged murder of his mother and the rest of March 20, 2017, was pretty mundane for Josh Carmona, according to new court documents.

Detectives say Josh Carmona used a baseball bat and a butcher knife to kill his own mother, Tara D’Angelo on her 39th birthday. He then went on with his chores – picking up his half sister at daycare and driving her to a friend’s house, according to the documents.

Hillsborough sheriff’s investigators say he called his girlfriend and a friend and told them he had killed someone and was going on the run,

Read more at: http://www.fox13news.com/news/local-news/258343753-story