” although back in April, In Touch magazine claimed they’d solved the case, pinning it on a man who committed suicide in 1997.
“This case keeps on coming back,” says Lawrence Schiller, author of “Perfect Murder, Perfect Town: The Uncensored Story of the Jon Benet Murder and the Grand Jury’s Search for the Final Truth,” considered the definitive biography of the case. “The tide goes out and it goes back in, and the police are hoping the next time it comes in, they may catch who did it.” The decades-long fascination with the Jon Benet murder, however, is perplexing.
The two began a sexual relationship 30 years after John separated from Jennifer's mother.
The Australian government eventually charged the couple on two counts of incest, one for each child. The happy couple have four children together, the first of whom was conceived when Mary-Kate was 35, and Vili 13.
During interviews, John commented that he knew their actions were illegal, but that he was following his heart instead of his head.
After after his mother's death, Phil tracked down Pearl, and the two promptly hooked up and fell in love. Last year, the alleged that the Oscar winner and his 27-year-old step-granddaughter, E'Dena Hines, have been involved for more than a decade.
Now they are using a surrogate mother to have a baby. Here's how it works: E'Dena's grandmother, Jeannette Adair Bradshaw, is Morgan's first wife. We can't bring up Morgan and E'Dena without a nod to Woody and Soon-Yi.
The father of Jordan van de Sloot, the Judge, has prevailed. "University of Colorado Law Professor Paul Campos declared the letter a 'reckless exoneration.' He went on to state, 'Everyone knows that relative immunity from criminal conviction is something money can buy. Why would BETH have CONFIDED in FRIENDS AND ALLIES OF THE SLOOTS? I know you disagree with what Dan and Kelly said, KK, but at least let me comment on a few things.
His steadfast reliance upon the story he rehearsed with all three of those boys paid off. Out and out spinning for the POOR VAN DER SLOOTS, so far. Some may be true, but if they're telling the truth, why is that guy talking ninety miles an hour, about as coherent as Charles Manson on speed? Look at them--cheap trash peddling nothing but innuendoes, wild tales told in convoluted fashion no one can follow much, no real details anyone can check, no actual evidence, and corroboration non-existent. Why would Beth's BEST FRIENDS have confided in VAN DER SLOOT SUPPORTERS? Dan Young and Kelly Castillo believe what they were saying.
While Phil and Pearl are well-aware of the public scrutiny, they claim not to mind, as Phil finds Pearl "gorgeous" and Pearl says that her grandson makes her feel sexually alive. He adopted Jeannette's biological daughter, Deena, who had E'Dena, and who in turn was raised by Morgan and his soon-to-be ex-wife, Myrna Colley. As the story goes, Mia Farrow adopted Soon-Yi while she was still involved with Woody.
Talk about taking "it's complicated" to a new level. Years later, Mia found naked pictures of Soon-Yi among Woody's belongings. While Woody and Soon-Yi have outlasted most Hollywood couples, the nature of their relationship somewhat overshadows their romantic longevity in our book.4. Last fall, police accused Aimee Louise Sword of tracking down the son she gave up for adoption a decade prior and raping him. Sword claimed innocence, she was arraigned on three charges of criminal sexual misconduct. This next story isn't as inappropriate as it is plain weird.
“However you want to describe it,” Morris told Slate in January 2016, “the whodunit; the mystery of what really happened; the mystery of personality; of who people really, really are is powerfully represented when you have a crime standing in back of all of it.” Of course, the greatest true-crime story of the modern age is the O. Simpson case, with good reason: It was, and remains, about so much more than O. Two recent re-examinations, FX’s “American Crime Story: The People v. It’s a cold case about the sexual assault and murder of a 6-year-old girl in the wealthy suburb of Boulder, Colo., found dead in her family’s basement the day after Christmas — a case botched by inexperienced cops and shadowed by the suspected involvement of her parents, but one of limited social impact.