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Report: School Cops Beat Student for Being Late

A star football player for Frankford High was allegedly chased down, held down and beaten by truancy officers officer when he showed up late for classes one morning, according to the Philadelphia Daily News. Jeffione Thomas was hospitalized with cuts, bruises and broken blood vessels on his face and missed three games after the alleged […]

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Woman admits killing bigamist husband

In the months after allowing her husband to take a second wife, Myra Morton was growing more and more resentful of the arrangement. The 48-year-old Morton hit her breaking point hours before her bigamist spouse was to board a flight to Morocco to impregnate his younger bride, whom he had sent thousands of dollars. Morton […]

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Beanie Sigel back in court, asked about drugs, friends

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Cop killer's gangsta rap lyrics used against him in N.Y. court

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5 ex-guards acquitted in alleged beating

Dec. 12 “Jesus!” a grateful Kim Jones said when a jury foreman repeated the words “not guilty” yesterday in a federal courtroom.Jones, a city prison guard, was reacting to a jury's decision to acquit five of her former colleagues after a five-day trial. The former guards had been charged by the feds with beating an […]

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Nau-case witness: Revenge a motive

Fueled by PCP and cocaine, overwhelmed by anger and haunted by gruesome memories, 17-year-old Domenic Curcio shot to death his drug dealer to avenge the murder of a prostitute, Curcio's friend testified yesterday. “He said he couldn't bear or stand listening to George [Conway] anymore and knowing what he knew, that George had killed Mikalena […]

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Beanie Sigel's Lawyer: Murder Of Rapper's Stepfather Unrelated To Acquittal

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Rapper's trial turns in his favor

Did the eyewitness against rapper Beanie Sigel finally come clean, or simply cave in to fear? Defense attorney Fortunato “Fred” Perri yesterday spun the testimony to favor Sigel, whose real name is Dwight Grant. To Perri, David Aimes' statements led the case to, “unravel right before your eyes.””Quite frankly, yesterday, after hours of testifying one […]

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Witness wavers in trial against Sigel

A witness who gave detailed testimony last year that he saw rapper Beanie Sigel repeatedly shoot and critically injure a man in 2003 backpedaled on the witness stand yesterday, mumbling and repeatedly saying he could not remember some details. Sigel, 31, is accused of shooting Terrence Speller near 52d Street and Larchwood Avenue in West […]

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'03 victim testifies Sigel shot him

In a quiet voice, Terrence Speller, 28, testified yesterday that rap star Beanie Sigel was the gunman who critically wounded him in 2003. Speller told jurors that he was walking with a friend near 52d Street and Larchwood Avenue in West Philadelphia when he exchanged words with a woman Sigel had been dating.Then Sigel drove […]

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