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Cannibal Pleads Guilty to Murdering, Eating Part of Kevin Bacon

The Michigan man charged with killing and eating part of another individual pleaded guilty on Thursday. Mark Latunski’s guilty plea came a few weeks before he was to stand trial for charges of murder and mutilation of a corpse, Fox 2 reported. “Latunski was found competent to stand trial after authorities say he murdered 25-year-old … Read more

Brett Favre in Fed’s Crosshairs After Ex-Miss. Welfare Agency Head’s Guilty Plea

Brett Favre‘s alleged involvement in a multi-million dollar welfare scandal may have just gone from bad to worse … ’cause a key figure in a criminal case has just made a deal to cooperate with the feds that could put the NFL legend in the crosshairs of the Justice Department. Former Mississippi Department of Human … Read more

Man jailed for 11 years after being found guilty of historical sex crimes

Andy Jackson/Stuff Graeme Whitmore Roper was sentenced in the New Plymouth District Court, two months after he was found guilty of historical sex charges. (File Photo) A Taranaki man found guilty of historical sex crimes, including the rape of a 12-year-old girl, has been jailed for 11 years. In July, a jury found Graeme Whitmore … Read more

Former Official Pleads Guilty in Welfare Scandal Involving Brett Favre

The recent plea deal by former Mississippi welfare director John Davis, who has agreed to cooperate with investigators, is the latest big victory for prosecutors in the Magnolia State. And it could possibly bring them one step closer to charging NFL legend Brett Favre. According to Front Office Sports, “Davis had previously been indicted for … Read more

Ex-Director Of Mississippi Welfare Agency Pleads Guilty In Fraud Case

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A former director of Mississippi’s welfare agency pleaded guilty Thursday to new federal charges in a conspiracy to misspend tens of millions of dollars that were intended to help needy families in one of the poorest states in the U.S. — part of the largest public corruption case in the state’s … Read more

Massachusetts Man Pleads Guilty To Dousing ‘Bewitched’ Statue In Red Paint

SALEM, Mass. (AP) — A man will be sentenced to 18 months of probation after pleading guilty to vandalizing the “Bewitched” statue by dousing the Salem, Massachusetts tourist attraction with red paint over the summer. The 32-year-old resident was originally sentenced to a year in jail, but a Salem district court judge suspended the sentence … Read more

Michigan woman pleads guilty to killing her father, sister, 2 handymen

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! A woman pleaded guilty Wednesday to killing her father, sister and two handymen in rural mid-Michigan last year. Judy Boyer, 55, of Farwell admitted in court to killing all four with a .22-caliber rifle on Oct. 20, 2021, the Morning Sun reported. Police were called to her … Read more

Eric Cantona feels ‘guilty’ that Manchester United didn’t win one more title

Eric Cantona has admitted that Manchester United would have won one more Premier League title had it not been for him. The Old Trafford legend has revisited one of the most infamous nights of his controversial career and revealed his regret at letting Sir Alex Ferguson and his team-mates down. Speaking about the night he … Read more

California mom, daughter plead not guilty to murder after woman dies in illegal buttocks procedure

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! A California mother and daughter accused of killing a woman in a buttocks augmentation procedure pleaded not guilty to murder on Tuesday. Libby Adame, 52, and her daughter, Alicia Galaz, 24, are charged with murder after 26-year-old Karissa Rajpaul died during an illegal, plastic surgical procedure. The … Read more

Former USC dean pleads guilty in political bribery case

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! A former dean at the University of Southern California pleaded guilty Monday in a bribery case involving a powerful Los Angeles politician who promised to help steer a multi-million contract to the school if his son got a scholarship and a teaching job. Marilyn Flynn, 83, was … Read more