Violence News Archive
This is an odd move!
This is of course in reference to the incident with Chris Brown back in 2009.
Many folks were outraged that this former Olympian wasn't convicted yesterday of premeditated murder, or just straight up 'murder' in general.
Well, Oscar Pistorius was found GUILTY of at least one charge — even if it was the lesser of all the charges.
On Friday, Oscar was convicted of culpable homicide, which is about the same as manslaughter in the U.S., and could get a sentence that could see him under house arrest or sent to jail for a maximum fifteen years!
The Other Accused 12-Year-Old Girl Who Stabbed Her Friend Was Ruled Unfit To Stand In Slender Man Trial Too
We can't say we're too surprised by this decision.
One of the 12-year-old girls accused of stabbing her peer 19 times in order to please a fictional character named Slender Man was supposed to begin her trial for her actions this week, but a mental health evaluation performed by a forensic psychologist has put the trial on hold.
The girl is believed to be mentally unfit at this time and the judge presiding over the trial, Michael Boren, will have to decide next week if the girl should continue with the trial that would charge her with attempted first-degree intentional homicide.
Here's what the girl's attorney said:
So much for being on his best behavior!
YUP — Seems Breezy's pals got into ANOTHER bar scuffle early Thursday morning while Chris was hosting a New York Fashion Week bash at VIP Room.
The crew reportedly threw bottles at a group sitting at one of the tables, injuring one patron in the eye!!!
While police DID report to the scene, they didn't make any arrests and no one knows for sure if Chris was involved.
As for what Chris has to say about the whole ordeal??! Supposedly it never happened.
It's been a long and treacherous race, but it's finally come to an end!
After a trial that consisted of 6 and a half weeks of testimonies from 37 witnesses, former Olympian Oscar Pistorius was found NOT GUILTY by judge Thokozile Masipa for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
Although Oscar has avoided a guilty ruling on two of the harshest charges, he was told by the judge in the case that he could still been found guilty on
Floyd Mayweather Jr. Actually DEFENDS Ray Rice! Says The League Should Have Kept His 2-Game Suspension!
You know those situations where you realize the best course of action is to just keep your mouth shut? Well, this is certainly one of those moments.
The NFL has gotten a lot of attention in just its first week after Ray Rice was cut from the Baltimore Ravens and suspended indefinitely after video emerged showing him beating his now wife, Janay Rice.
Well Floyd Mayweather Jr. decided to weigh in on the controversy, and he's actually claiming the NFL went too hard on the former running back.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has been catching some heat lately.
And if you ask us, he totes deserves it!
We previously mentioned that football star Ray Rice has been suspended indefinitely after a video of him brutalizing his wife in an elevator surfaced.
Rice was originally only suspended for two games, but when a video of him dragging his now wife out of an elevator started making its rounds, the Baltimore Ravens and NFL both changed their tune for some reason. Everyone knew he did it, we're not sure why a video changed that, but whatevs.
After people finally saw the full video, cries for Goodell's resignation started pouring in because