NFL: 23-Year-Old Man Convicted of Second-Degree Murder in Sean Taylor’s Death

Finally.  6 years after the tragic loss of Sean Taylor, maybe now his family can be at peace.  A 23-year-old man was convicted of second-degree murder Monday in the 2007 slaying of Washington Redskins star Sean Taylor during what witnesses say was a botched burglary.  More details after the jump…

Will This Hacker’s Appeal Change Internet Laws???

Last year, Andrew Auernheimer who was convicted of stealing thousands of iPad users email addresses is now trying to get an appeal. This week his lawyers, Tor Ekeland and Mark Jaffe, filed a 74 page document to the US Court of Appeals.

NBA: Attorney Convicted of Killing Eddy Curry’s Ex-Girlfriend & Infant Daughter

Such a sad story, but at least there is justice in the end. A jury has convicted a Chicago attorney of murdering former NBA center Eddy Curry’s ex-girlfriend and infant daughter four years ago. More details after the jump…

NCAA: Jerry Sandusky Placed on Suicide Watch & In Protective Custody

Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was convicted yesterday and found guilty of 45 counts related to child sex abuse.  He will be sentenced in about 90 days and plans were put in to make sure he sees that day.  Read more after the jump. Shay Marie x Sabrina B.

Man Confesses To Murders And Asks For Death Penalty!

William Clyde Gibson is a convicted sex offender that decided to plead guilty by writing a letter to his local newspaper.  He was arrested for strangling 3 women and let the paper know that he has no problem receiving the death penalty. They probably won’t have a problem with that either, since he sexually assaulted and sodomized these women before ending their life.  Hit the jump for details. Steph Bassanini

G. Dep Officially Convicted Of Murder Charge…Faces 15 To Life

After confessing in 2010 to killing a man almost 20 years earlier, rapper G. Dep has officially been convicted. More details below. Marisa Mendez

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