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In an exclusive interview with ABC News, the juror said that accusations by dozens of other women against Cosby were not factored into the deliberations at all. “We never brought anything outside in,” the juror explained. “Never. Not once. If somebody would mention something, we would cut them off.”
Robyn and Richard Parnell learned this week that their 18-year-old son Jacob Jett allegedly confessed to hiring hit men to kill them. But in an interview with ABC News, all they could talk about was how much they love their boy.
In brutally specific detail, his pale hands trembling, a Georgia inmate admitted Monday for the first time that he kidnapped and raped a 19-year-old college student in 1994, then strangled her with a necktie as she lay handcuffed to a bedpost and burned her body in a bonfire in his backyard.
Not since Judge Ito has a black robe so thoroughly failed to contain the colorful personality of the man beneath it.
"I got out of my car and said, "Sarg, this guy says he's Bob Dylan,'" Buble said. "He opened the car door, looked in, and said, 'That's not Bob Dylan.'"
A Washington, D.C. law judge broke down in tears and had to take a break from his testimony because he became too emotional while questioning himself about his experience with a missing pair of pants.
After nearly three years, thousands of man-hours of official and unofficial investigations and virtually unprecedented international media attention, it took a pot-smoking poker player to wring damning admissions from Joran van der Sloot about the disappearance of Natalee Holloway.
The letter began enticingly enough.
"I am totally innocent of the [Brian] Wells crime, but I have a plethora of information to offer.''
Stamped "Inmate Mail -- Pa. Dept. of Corrections'' in Muncy, Pa., and bearing the name of the woman now at the center of the "pizza bomber" investigation, the letter arrived unbidden at ABC News in March, after the network sent a producer to Erie last winter to take a fresh look into the long unsolved case.
Federal prosecutors will announce today that pizza-delivery man Brian Wells was involved in the bomb-strapped bank robbery plot that took his life, a well-placed law enforcement source has told ABC News' Law and Justice Unit.
Amanda Cunningham said she vividly recalls the day her Uncle Coy raped her. "I remember I had my purple Little Mermaid shirt on," she told ABC News. "He told me to take my clothes off, and I said no, so he took them off me."
She was 9 years old. Coy Hundley was drunk, Amanda said, but that wasn't unusual.
Bob Dylan, the maverick architect of American protest music, appears to have endorsed Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama. Or did he?
Imagine being wrongly convicted and jailed for abducting, raping and murdering a 3-year-old girl. That's apparently exactly what happened to two African-American men — separately — in one rural Mississippi county.
The mother of the suspect in JonBenet Ramsey's murder tried to kill him when he was only a baby, a family friend told ABC News.
Radio host Don Imus is going to sue CBS for $120 million, according to a draft copy of the complaint obtained by ABC News' Law & Justice Unit.
The oldest of the five Amish girls shot dead in a Pennsylvania schoolhouse is said to have stepped forward and asked her killer to "Shoot me first," in an apparent effort to buy time for her schoolmates, Rita Rhoads, a midwife who delivered two of the victims, told ABC News.