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Experts Made A Miraculous Discovery At Mount Zion That Proves A Biblical Story Really Took Place
12/27/2019
Experts Made A Miraculous Discovery At Mount Zion That Proves A Biblical Story Really Took Place

Experts Made A Miraculous Discovery At Mount Zion That Proves A Biblical Story Really Took Place

In Jerusalem, archaeologists have discovered artifacts that may just reveal the truth behind one of the Bible’s bloodiest stories. At Mount Zion in Jerusalem, a group of archaeologists are slaving away in the Middle Eastern heat. And as the team go, they pick through thousands of years of history ...

Police in Alabama planted drugs and guns on over 1,000 innocent Black men
11/23/2019
Police in Alabama planted drugs and guns on over 1,000 innocent Black men

Police in Alabama planted drugs and guns on over 1,000 innocent Black men

Black men in Alabama were racially profiled and made criminals by a group of racist police. According to the Henry County Report, the incidents occurred in Dothan, Alabama where at least 12 White police officers involved. The officers were a part of a narcotics team and were supervised by Lt. Steve....

Lee County Sheriff's Department, Mississippi
10/06/2019

Lee County Sheriff's Department, Mississippi

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on 2005 cold case Homicide solved.


On 08-08-2005 the Lee County Sheriff's Department responded to County Road 41 in Lee County to a report of a deceased female found lying on the side of the road.

Investigators were called to the scene and processed the crime scene. The body was sent to the State of Mississippi Medical Examiner’s Office and fingerprints were taken to identify the female. A few days later she was identified as Nancy C. Stevens of Decatur, AL. The autopsy revealed she was murdered by means of manual strangulation. Investigators contacted Decatur Police Department and followed up on any leads with their assistance. After numerous leads were followed up on over the years, the case went cold.

In late 2018 Investigators were contacted by the Texas Rangers and advised that a Samuel Little had admitted to killing a female named “Nancy” possibly in the Tupelo area. On October 23rd, 2018, Investigators traveled to Wise County Jail in Decatur, TX. and interviewed Samuel Little. Little confessed to killing victim Nancy Stevens, giving detailed information only the suspect would know. Little stated he and Nancy were traveling in his RV and he killed Stevens in the West Main Walmart Parking lot in Tupelo, MS and dumped her body on the side of County Road 41. Little had prior knowledge of the Tupelo area from a short time he was here in 1995.

The case against Samuel Little will be presented to the January Lee County Grand Jury for murder. Little is currently serving numerous life sentences for murders in California. Special thanks to the Texas Rangers and Wise County Sheriff Office, Texas, and Decatur Alabama Police Department for their help in bringing this case to a close. Family of Nancy Stevens has been notified of the pending charge against Samuel Little for the murder of their loved one.

Suspect:
Samuel Little, 78 years of age

Samuel Little’s criminal history is extremely lengthy starting at an early age and slowly escalating from burglaries, assaults, and robbery to murder. Little has admitted to at least 90 murders from the 1970’s to mid-2000’s. He has served time in numerous correctional facilities throughout the country and spent 30 days in the Tupelo City jail for theft in 1995.

Ida B. Wells Society Investigative Reporting Workshop: Philadelphia, PA
07/23/2019
Ida B. Wells Society Investigative Reporting Workshop: Philadelphia, PA

Ida B. Wells Society Investigative Reporting Workshop: Philadelphia, PA

Journalists of all skill levels are invited to attend an investigative reporting workshop hosted by the Ida B. Wells Society for Investigative Reporting with the Lenfest Institute for Journalism. The workshop will be lead by Ida B. Wells Society founders Nikole Hannah-Jones, Ron Nixon, and Topher Sa...

Ebola outbreak in Congo declared a global health emergency
07/18/2019
Ebola outbreak in Congo declared a global health emergency

Ebola outbreak in Congo declared a global health emergency

GENEVA (AP) — The deadly Ebola outbreak in Congo is now an international health emergency, the World Health Organization announced Wednesday after the virus spread this week to a city of 2 million...

Fred Davenport WVTM 13 News
05/30/2019

Fred Davenport WVTM 13 News

SHARE: A 31-year-old Birmingham man has disappeared and now police need your help as they search for him. Sgt. Johnny Williams with Birmingham police say Ramondus Jaterun Robinson was last seen this past Wednesday leaving home around 11:30 p.m. We're told he was wearing ash washed speckled blue jeans, a green/ gray shirt, and gray and white Jordan shoes. Robinson also had on a black ball cap and wooden frame eyeglasses. Robinson is 5 feet, 8 inches tall and weighs 188 pounds. He drives a midnight blue 2014 Nissa Altima. His family says he is known to post a lot on social media, but now they say he hasn't posted in two days. If have any knowledge of Robinson's whereabouts, please call Birmingham police at 205-297-8413 or 911.

03/28/2019

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