An image of kidnapper Wanda Barzee next to an image of Elizabeth Smart.
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Wanda Barzee: All You Need To Know About Her Release From Prison

Elizabeth Smart’s kidnapper Wanda Barzee was released from prison. Here is all you need to know about why she was released now.   One of Elizabeth Smart’s kidnapper, Wanda Barzee, was released from prison. Barzee together with her husband Brian David Mitchell abducted Smart from her Salt Lake City home in 2002. Smart was 14 Read More…

Wanda Barzee - The 'Monster' Mom Who Helped Kidnap Elizabeth Smart and Hold Her Captive for Months.
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Wanda Barzee’s Mental Health Called Into Question Just Before Prison Release

Wanda Barzee is an embarrassment to her Salt Lake City, Utah family after she took part in the kidnapping of Elizabeth Smart. Now, with her release from prison scheduled for today, her mental health is being questioned. When Barzee and husband Brian David Mitchell did the kidnapping, Smart was only a teenager. Barzee was a professional Read More…

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Famous Prisoners: No More Freedom for New England Mob Boss Cadillac Frank

Francis Salemme AKA Cadillac Frank, the ex-boss of the New England Mafia, was sentenced to a life in prison on Thursday.  He was charged for the murder of Steven DiSarro, a nightclub owner, back in 1993. New England Mobb Boss Becomes Famous Prisoner During the murder of DiSarro, the New England Mafia was very powerful. Read More…

Elizabth Smart's Kidnapper Wanda Barzee to be set free next week.
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Update on Elizabeth Smart’s Kidnappers: Is Wanda Barzee Headed Home?

On June 5, 2002, Elizabeth Smart was kidnapped from her Salt Lake City, Utah home. One perpetrator, Brian David Mitchell, was sentenced to life in federal prison. The other, Wanda Barzee, will soon be released. Wanda was scheduled to be released from prison in another five years. However, the Utah Board of Pardons and Parole decided Read More…

Richie Merritt (left) compared to an older image of Rich Wershe Jr., the subject of the film White Boy Rick.
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The Story of White Boy Rick: How a Teenager Was Left to Rot In Prison

After helping the FBI at 15, Rick Wersche Jr. was put in prison for a life they helped. In 1987, he got life without parole at 17. He is still there today.   By the age of 16, most teenagers are experiencing their firsts in life. First car, first job, first love. Richard Wershe Jr.’s Read More…

Genece E. Brinkley (left), the judge in charge of the case of Meek Mill (right).
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Meek Mill’s Latest Battle: Remove Judge Genece Brinkley From His Case

Meek Mill lost his appeal to have Judge Brinkley kicked off his case. Mill wanted the judge removed from his probation violation because she is biased. On August 21st, Meek Mill lost his appeal to have Judge Genece Brinkley kicked off his case. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court denied a motion filed by Meek’s legal team. This Read More…

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White Boy Rick: The Youngest FBI Informant Ever Finally Gets Recognition

In 1988, at just 17, Detroit, Michigan resident Rick Wershe Jr. was sentenced to life in prison for cocaine distribution. It was the end of the Reagan Era. That year, George H.W. Bush became the president-elect and a gallon of gas cost 91 cents. And, the infamous White Boy Rick was born.  Wershe has spent 29 years behind Read More…

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I Hate Mondays: Where Is Brenda Ann Spencer Now?

The Grover Cleveland Elementary School shooting happened on the January, 29, 1979. It went down in San Diego, California, leaving a custodian and the principal dead. Brenda Ann Spencer, a 16-year-old who lived across the street did the deed. She said it was because she simply hated Mondays. There were also a few casualties. A Read More…

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Life After Girls Incarcerated: Brianna Guerra Teaches Forgiveness to Teen Girls

The most infamous inmate of Girls Incarcerated, Brianna Guerra, shows troubled teens everywhere a life after crime is possible. You can start over, and forgive those who have wronged you. Brianna Guerra, the self-proclaimed bad girl from Netflix’s Girls Incarcerated has turned over a new leaf. After spending four years of her youth in and out Read More…