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Killer Matthew De Gruchy has been working at an abbatoir – Daily Mail

  • Murderer Matthew Wayne De Gruchy faces private parole hearing this week
  • In 1996, he bludgeoned his mother and two younger siblings to death
  • He sent a letter to a relative warning things would change when he was released
  • The relative voiced their concerns he could ever be rehabilitated
  • During his time in Goulburn Prison, he was charged over a brutal 2007 brawl 

Nelson Groom for Daily Mail Australia

The chilling note a notorious teen killer who bludgeoned his mother, brother and sister to death sent a relative as …

  • Murderer Matthew Wayne De Gruchy faces private parole hearing this week
  • In 1996, he bludgeoned his mother and two younger siblings to death
  • He sent a letter to a relative warning things would change when he was released
  • The relative voiced their concerns he could ever be rehabilitated
  • During his time in Goulburn Prison, he was charged over a brutal 2007 brawl 

Nelson Groom for Daily Mail Australia

The DNA of a killer. Who killed Angie Dodge? – KTVA.com

Angie Dodge. (Credit: Carol Dodge)

Correspondent: Anne-Marie Green; Producers: Judy Rybak, Elena DiFiore, Lindsey Schwartz and Chris O’Connell

Nearly two decades after 18-year-old Angie Dodge was brutally murdered in her Idaho Falls, Idaho, apartment, police were still hunting for the killer who left his DNA at the crime scene, while a man who did not match the DNA was serving a 30-year sentence for participating in

Read more at: http://www.ktva.com/dna-killer-killed-angie-dodge-332/

The DNA of a Killer

Correspondent: Anne-Marie Green; Producers: Judy Rybak, Elena DiFiore, Lindsey Schwartz and Chris O’Connell

Nearly two decades after 18-year-old Angie Dodge was brutally murdered in her Idaho Falls, Idaho, apartment, police were still hunting for the killer who left his DNA at the crime scene, while a man who did not match the DNA was serving a 30-year sentence for participating in the crime.

In 2014, police took a new and very controversial approach to try to find a match to that DNA. They searched a public DNA database owned by Ancestry.com, hoping to find someone related to Angie’s killer. They got a close enough match to make them think they had found the killer’s family tree – and there they found what they believed to be their man: a young New Orleans filmmaker who happened to have produced a short film about a girl’s brutal death.

But was he?

“Nobody

Read more at: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/the-dna-of-a-killer-who-murdered-idaho-teen-angie-dodge/

The DNA of a Killer – CBS News

Correspondent: Anne-Marie Green; Producers: Judy Rybak, Elena DiFiore, Lindsey Schwartz and Chris O’Connell

Nearly two decades after 18-year-old Angie Dodge was brutally murdered in her Idaho Falls, Idaho, apartment, police were still hunting for the killer who left his DNA at the crime scene, while a man who did not match the DNA was serving a 30-year sentence for participating in the crime.

In 2014, police took a new and very controversial approach to try to find a match to that DNA. They searched a public DNA database owned by Ancestry.com, hoping to find someone related to Angie’s killer. They got a close enough match to make them think they had found the killer’s family tree – and there they found what they believed to be their man: a young New Orleans filmmaker who happened to have produced a short film about a girl’s brutal death.

But was he?

“Nobody

Read more at: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/the-dna-of-a-killer-who-murdered-idaho-teen-angie-dodge/

Serial killer key suspect in horrific thrift shop killing of Renita Brunton

A serial killer has been identified as a key suspect in the unsolved cold case killing of Victorian thrift shop owner Renita Brunton.

In Wednesday night’s Million Dollar Cold Case, sadistic killer Peter Dupas was revealed as a suspect in a fourth murder with police now offering a $1 million reward for information on Ms Brunton’s death.

The married mother-of-one was murdered inside her second hand clothing store in the middle of the day on a busy Sunbury shopping strip back in 1993.

Dupas is currently serving three consecutive life sentences for murder.

Renita Brunton was murdered in 1993. Picture: 7 News
Serial killer Peter Dupas has been linked to the case. Picture: 7 News

According to police, Ms Brunton’s killer would have left the scene

Read more at: https://au.news.yahoo.com/a/34759079/serial-killer-peter-dupas-linked-to-1993-murder-of-melbourne-woman-renita-brunton/

Serial killer Peter Dupas linked to 1993 murder of Melbourne …

A serial killer has been identified as a key suspect in the unsolved cold case killing of Victorian thrift shop owner Renita Brunton.

In Wednesday night’s Million Dollar Cold Case, sadistic killer Peter Dupas was revealed as a suspect in a fourth murder with police now offering a $1 million reward for information on Ms Brunton’s death.

The married mother-of-one was murdered inside her second hand clothing store in the middle of the day on a busy Sunbury shopping strip back in 1993.

Dupas is currently serving three consecutive life sentences for murder.

Renita Brunton was murdered in 1993. Picture: 7 News
Serial killer Peter Dupas has been linked to the case. Picture: 7 News

According to police, Ms Brunton’s killer would have left the scene

Read more at: https://au.news.yahoo.com/a/34759079/serial-killer-peter-dupas-linked-to-1993-murder-of-melbourne-woman-renita-brunton/

Snapchat Teen Murders: Cops Have New VIDEO Of SUSPECTED Killer!

Read more at: http://radaronline.com/photos/indiana-teens-murder-killer-video-suspect-video-cops-footage-abigail-williams-liberty-german-suspect/

Convicted killer denied parole

A local family is breathing a little easier because a man who killed their loved one will remain behind bars.

Tony D. Hartsell will spend at least another three years in prison.

Hartsell is serving a life sentence for killing 84-year-old Merle Lee Guinn 23 years ago. Though time has passed, the wounds will never completely heal, says Guinn’s niece, Donna Avagliano.

Avagliano remembers her aunt as a caring, church-going woman who had concerns about living alone. The retired hairdresser’s fears were realized when a neighbor broke in and stabbed her to death.

Hartsell talked with media shortly after the lethal attack, expressing sorrow for the loss of his neighbor. He later found himself charged with the woman’s death, and in 1995 he was convicted of first-degree murder.

Sentenced to life in prison, Hartsell still has a chance of being set free. Because of changes in sentencing structures, Hartsell’s

Read more at: http://www.gastongazette.com/news/20161114/convicted-killer-denied-parole