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    (CNN)Democratic Sen. Jon Ossoff of Georgia and Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas on Thursday introduced a bill that aims to give an independent agency more time to investigate unsolved racially-motivated murders from the Civil Rights era. The bipartisan move would build on a 2018 law, extending the term of the Civil Rights Cold Case Records Review Board to 2027. That would allow the board to reopen cases of Black people murdered between 1940 and 1979 and release relevant documents. According to data collected by Plain Talk History, a community of educators, there were at least 45 murders between 1940 and 1968. The board was authorized in 2019 by former President Donald Trump to work until 2024. But Trump did not make any nominations. President Joe Biden announced his picks last summer, but they have not yet been confirmed, and the clock is ticking to unearth evidence from more than 40 years ago. "During the Civil Rights movement, there were far too many unsolved violent race-based crimes committed against African Americans," Cruz said in a statement. "It's my hope that...
    New disturbing details have emerged after the family of an American woman who was murdered at the Club Med Resort in Turks and Caicos in 2018 hired a private investigator to look into the unsolved murder.  Marie Kuhnla, 61, a mother and longtime New York public defender, was strangled to death while vacationing at the the Club Med Resort in Turks and Caicos with her friends in October 2018.  As the case of the Long Island native's murder had remained unsolved by local police, her family hired a New York based private investigator to dig into the cold case.   The family hired Eddie Dowd in 2020 to delve into the case. No arrest has been made in connection to the murder.  An autopsy obtained by NBC's 4 I-Team recently revealed new details surrounding Kuhnla's cause of death.  'This wasn't manual strangulation from behind, come up from behind. She was beat up,' Dowd told NBC 4.  'The first sign of assault was bruising on her rib. She's scratching, bruising on knees to her feet. Her underwear is inside out and pulled away from...
    A team of cold case investigators believe they have unmasked the Zodiac killer after finding a 'goldmine of evidence' linked to a deceased suspect. The Case Breakers had identified Gary Francis Poste, who died in 2018, as the alleged serial killer in early October who was responsible for multiple murders in Northern California in the late 1960's. The group - which is compiled of about 40 independent sleuths - announced that Poste had given away weapons and bullets before his death, which could finally lead to the true identity of the killer. The Case Breakers, an investigative group of about 40 sleuths, believes they have newfound evidence identifying Air Force veteran Gary Francis Poste, 80, as the Zodiac Killer New evidence, which included weapons and bullets, were believed to have quietly been given from Poste prior to his death to his 'favorite locals' 'When The Case Breakers approached officials about a new Zodiac suspect last spring, five police and state agencies would not cooperate,' the group said in a statement on Saturday.  'But last week, the man who runs the...
    A mysterious spy-like code has been found on a pair of cufflinks owned by James Bond author Ian Fleming. Author Fleming wore the cultured pearl set to the 'Dr No' post-film screening party in 1962. They are now due to be auctioned - but contain a 007-esque code made up of a series of letters. The enigmatic cufflinks, made of pearl, were owned by James Bond author Ian Fleming and will be sold at Mallams auctioneers in Oxford on November 17 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next £175k collectible James Bond coin made of solid gold will be... Tax disc issued to the Aston Martin driven by James Bond... Share this article Share Bond author Ian Fleming wore the cufflinks to the 'Dr No' post-film screening party in 1962 The backs of the cufflinks are inscribed with 'WUS', 'SIL', 'UDH' and 'NUF' - believed to represent a so-far unsolved secret message. The enigmatic cufflinks will go on sale at Mallams auctioneers in Oxford on November 17. Its listing says: 'Surely a perfect code-breaking...
    A group of veteran investigators calling themselves the Case Breakers believe they have finally uncovered the true identity of the Zodiac Killer - one of America's most notorious serial murderers - who they say died quietly in 2018 without ever being brought to justice for his grisly crimes.  The collective of 40 independent sleuths, including former federal agents, prosecutors, retired Army intelligence officers, investigative journalists and academics, released their bombshell findings on Wednesday, identifying the Zodiac Killer as Gary Francis Poste. Poste passed away in Groveland, California, on August 14, 2018. He was 80 years old. He was never charged with any offenses related to the Zodiac killer, who terrorized the Bay Area communities during the late 1960s. A group of volunteer sleuths have identified Gary Francis Poste as the Zodiac Killer. Poste, then aged 78, is pictured in a 2016 mugshot following a domestic battery arrest. The sketch on the right shows the Zodiac murderer   The team of volunteer investigators used photographic evidence comparing a distinctive scar seen in sketches depicting the Zodiac killer to known photos of Poste...
    (CNN)For over three decades, Montana police have been trying to identify the skeletal remains of a woman that were found by a bear hunter in Missoula County. Now, police say, they have identified them as belonging to Janet Lee Lucas, a missing mother from Washington.Her remains were found in 1985 and named "Christy Crystal Creek" by the Missoula County Sheriff's Office (MCSO), due to the location of where they were found. Over the years the unsolved case has caught the attention of web sleuths and featured on a true crime podcast, partly because of the theory she was a victim of serial killer Wayne Nance."We cannot rest on our success of having finally identified Janet. We must now seek justice for Janet," said MSCO Detective Captain Dave Conway in a news release on Monday. "Our focus has changed from 'who is Christy Crystal Creek?' to 'what happened to Janet Lucas? This is now a cold case homicide investigation, and we need your help."Earlier this year, after receiving state funding and partnering with a lab, MSCO said they were able to...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — All across our region there are thousands of unsolved mysteries. It takes just one memory or tip that could help close one of these cold cases and bring closure for both families and detectives who’ve vowed to never give up hope. Tonight, we kick off our new series, CBS3 Mysteries, with Philadelphia’s most notorious cold case: the boy in the box. READ MORE: Philadelphia Weather: Dangerous Wind Gusts Up To 60 MPH Friday May Lead To Power Outages, Downed Trees A 6-year-old boy’s body was found in February 1957 in the Fox Chase section of the city. Now 64 years later, we may be the closest yet on learning who America’s unknown child may be. Ivy Hill Cemetery on the outskirts of Northwest Philadelphia is the final resting place for hundreds. Opposite the front gate, the first grave you see carries with it a deep mystery — this is the final resting place for “The Boy in the Box.” Trinkets and flowers are left for the late 6-year-old victim. Cemetery workers meticulously care for the space that...
    Hundreds of Italian far-right activists have performed the fascist Roman salute at a memorial commemorate three young nationalists who were gunned down in Rome 43 years ago.  The disturbing images show around 300 extremists raise their hands in the famous straight-arm salute as a show of respect to the men who were killed on January 7, 1978.    The three victims murdered in the attack, known as the Acca Larentia massacre, were all members of the far-right Italian Social Movement in Rome.  Hundreds of Italian far-right activists can be seen performing the fascist Roman salute at a memorial commemorate three young nationalists who were gunned down in Rome 43 years ago The three victims murdered in the attack, known as the Acca Larentia massacre, were all members of the far-right Italian Social Movement in Rome RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Prominent human rights attorney, 43, who said she was Latina... Man's recipe for blue pasta made using Gatorade instead of... Share this article Share Franco Bigonzetti, 20, and Francesco Ciavetta, 18,...
    MARIA Ramirez prays to her “baby” every night that he gives her a sign – a sign that will lead her to his killer. “For 16 years I’ve prayed that he comes to me to tell me who did it, to give me some kind of sign,” she tells Sun Online in an exclusive interview. 9Alonzo Brooks was found dead by a creek on May 1, 2004. He had been missing for 27 days after going to a party.Credit: Netflix The heartbroken mother of Alonzo Brooks continues to fight for justice for her son, who she insists was murdered in a race hate crime, aged 23. Alonzo disappeared after going to a Kansas party in the rural town of La Cygne on the night of April 3, 2004 and was found dead by a creek 27 days later on May 1. Yet not one person in La Cygne – which she calls the “devil town” – has ever been able to tell her what happened to Alonzo. "It's been 16 years," she says. "I hope [they] can't sleep... that’s how...
    Coronavirus updates: US Army sending medical task force to Houston The One Place You Should Be Buying Your Groceries, But Arent How To Transfer Your Family Memories To Digital Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/8 SLIDES © TheWrap The reboot of Netflix's "Unsolved Mysteries" has set off a clamoring for cold cases to be reopened and brought to justice. In that spirit, we've compiled a list of TV shows that have actually solved crimes, exonerated people, and found answers to the unknown, from "The Jinx" miniseries that lead to the arrest of Robert Durst, to "Extinct or Alive," which found a living animal thought to have died out over 100 years ago.
    The mysterious death of a newlywed who plunged to his death through the roof of a hotel has sent true crime fans into a frenzy, with many rising suspicions over his multi-millionaire friend who refused to answer questions in the wake of the tragedy.  Netflix's revamp of the cult nineties NBC and CBS show Unsolved Mysteries, which launched on the streaming service last week, and delves into the 2006 death of Ray Rivera, 32, in its first episode Mystery on the Rooftop.  The reboot has quickly piqued the interest of crime buffs around the world, shooting straight to the top of the UK trending charts as the most watched Netflix show in the country.  Rey was found dead in an unused second-floor meeting room at the Belvedere Hotel in Baltimore, Marlyand, six days after going missing when a hole was spotted in the roof, and his death was ruled a suicide, despite no apparent signs of any mental health struggles.  And his close friend and employer, financial publisher Porter Stansberry, has been branded the 'new Carole Baskin' by viewers after the...
    Ashlie D. Stevens July 5, 2020 3:00PM (UTC) A new month means new Netflix releases — just in time for the holiday weekend, too. You can binge the reboot of "Unsolved Mysteries," capped off with a double-feature of the rom-com "Desperados" and Japanese-American horror film "Ju-On: Origins," all by the time you're nursing that Independence Day hangover.  Later this month, I'm really excited for some of nonfiction films and series coming to the streaming platform, ranging from a documentary about a beloved astrologist who mysteriously disappeared from public life, to a docuseries about seven young adults with autism who are entering the dating world, to another installment of "Last Chance U."  : "Unsolved Mysteries," July 1 True crime fans, take note: "Unsolved Mysteries" is back.  The original series, which originated from a series of missing-persons specials in 1985, set the groundwork for the genre and also mobilized a generation of armchair detectives; breaking from the format of other news broadcasts,  "Unsolved Mysteries" urged viewers to call in with tips and informed theories.  This reboot fuses elements from the original...
    US tries to seize Iranian gas heading toward Venezuela McDonald’s is pausing dining room reopenings as covid-19 cases spike Why the New Unsolved Mysteries Made Some Big Changes to the Beloved Series For many, the appearance of Robert Stack, clad a trench coat, on a fog-filled soundstage could only mean one thing: They were home sick from school and watching an Unsolved Mysteries marathon, certain a mysterious fate was about to befall them in the middle of the day. Terry Dunn Meurer, co-creator of Unsolved Mysteries, has heard that scenario many times before. © Provided by E! Margaret Norton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank "We have, actually, including from my children," Meurer laughed. The series, which ran on and off and across a variety of networks including NBC, CBS and Lifetime from 1987-2010, is back with a new season on Netflix. Meurer, who co-created the series with John Cosgrove, returned to executive produce the 12 new episodes for the streamer alongside Stranger Things executive producer Shawn Levy. For the streamer, the format has been tweaked and the host is nowhere to be...
    LA City Council approves cutting $150M from LAPD Taco Bell customers complain after app crashes during free chalupa box giveaway Unsolved Mysteries Co-Creator Terry Meurer on the Key to Solving Rey Riveras Case © TheWrap Rey Rivera "Unsolved Mysteries" co-creator Terry Meurer has spent decades devoted to shining the spotlight on cold cases that have left the families of victims without answers for so long. Now that the classic docuseries has returned to television via Netflix's new reboot, Meurer is more hopeful than ever that new witnesses will come forward with information that may solve some of these baffling crimes. The first of six subjects in Netflix's six-episode introductory volume is Rey Rivera, a beloved husband who received a mysterious phone call in 2006 that made him run out of his house in flip flops without a word, never to be seen alive again. Meurer told TheWrap that the one "key" to solving his case that has yet to be discovered. "We've produced over 1300 stories in our lives, and I think Rey Rivera is one of the most...
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