Greetings fellow crime buffs! One of the most infamous women in history, Mary Kay Schmitz Letourneau Fualaau, just became a grandmother. My latest article covers the beginning of her case, and is the first in a series on her-stay tuned for subsequent parts. Hope everyone is keeping warm and safe in this horrendous weather!
This week in crime history:
2/3/1993-Four L.A. police officers go on trial for beating Rodney King.
2/4/1997-OJ Simpson is found liable for the deaths of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman in the civil suit brought by the victims' families.
2/5/1994-Byron De La Beckwith is found guilty of murdering Medgar Evars 31 years prior.
2/6/1998-Mary Kay Letourneau returns to prison to serve her formerly-suspended sentence after being caught with her teenage lover Vili Fualaau.
2/7/1979-"Angel of Death" Josef Mengele dies while swimming in Brazil.
2/8/1924-Gee Jon is the first person executed by lethal gas in the US.
2/9/1567-Mary, Queen of Scots's consort, Henry Stuart, is murdered.
Here's the latest article from the Crime site at BellaOnline.com.
Mary Kay Letourneau - The Beginning
Mary Kay Letourneau became famous for her affair with an underage student. Find out about the case's background in this article, the first of a series on Letourneau.
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