Monthly Archives: February 2016

Wife: I’ve Got Bad News for Accused Kalamazoo Shooter

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Why debunked ‘Smiley Face’ killer theory emerged in Hudson River deaths

HOBOKEN — Soon after the recent discovery of a young Hoboken man’s body in the Hudson River, discussions suggesting there were links to other drownings in the city and to a larger debunked conspiracy theory started to appear in comments on news stories and in social media.

24-year-old Matthew Genovese was found in the Hudson River in Hoboken on Jan. 26, after last being seen drinking with friends days before at a local pub. Genovese had left the pub to walk home alone. 

Despite authorities asserting that there are no indications of “foul play” in the case, several people have commented online linking Genovese — and three other cases in the past two years in which young men also ended up in the Hudson River in Hoboken after last being seen drinking with friends — to a roughly 10-year-old conspiracy theory that was debunked six years ago by a leading center for homicide research. 

‘No indications of foul play’ in Hoboken man’s death, officials say

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Tuesday marks 7-year anniversary of West Mesa murders

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Seven years ago today, the first victim in the West Mesa murders was discovered.

A woman was walking her dog near 118th Street and Dennis Chavez when she came upon the bones. By the end of the month, investigators found the shallow graves for 11 women one was pregnant.

Police say all of the women were involved in drugs or prostitution and disappeared between 2001 and 2006.

To this day, no arrests have been made.

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