1. Murder and Manslaughter | Nicholas J. Preovolos Law Corp

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    http://npcriminallawyer.com | The are many ways a person can be connected to a homicide and find themselves under investigation for murder or manslaughter. Retaining an experienced criminal lawyer immediately is the best thing for you to do. If you have this type of problem, make no mistake about it - it won't go away. Nicolas Preovolos is on your side. Call (604) 688-5055 or visit www.npcriminallawyer.com

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    • Rugby Ave. Homicide Investigation

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      Press Pass covering the ongoing investigation into an apparent double homicide on Rugby Avenue in Charlottesville, VA. Filmed on 12/9/14. If you have any information, please contact the Charlottesville Police Department at (434) 970-3280.

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      • Press Pass - Rugby Ave. Homicide

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        Press Pass covering the ongoing investigation into an apparent double homicide on Rugby Avenue in Charlottesville, VA. Filmed on 12/8/14. If you have any information, please contact the Charlottesville Police Department at (434) 970-3280.

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        • Little girl on Police killings

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          Police Killings spark little girl response

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          • P-UNDETERMINED DEATHS

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            His was a beloved member of the city’s tight knit Greek community, a longtime resident of Baltimore City who immigrated to America as a young man to build a successful business and raise a family. But when three burglars robbed Pete Peltesmes last year, the dreams of a self-made man and his family died on the floor of his West Baltimore home. It’s a tale of trauma that is still ongoing as a grieving family fights the state over a ruling that has left his case in limbo. Sometime during the robbery Peltesmes suffered a massive brain hemorrhage, a stroke that would eventually kill him. It’s a fact his family says points the blame for his death squarely on the criminals who invaded his home. They believe Peltesmes’ death should be ruled a homicide and the case investigated as a murder. They argue he would still be alive today if the crime hadn’t occurred. But the State Medical Examiner’s office disagreed. They ruled it was impossible to determine if Peltesmes’ death was the result a robbery, the timing of his fatal stroke and the crime a possible coincidence. Conclusions which meant Peltesmes’ death was ruled undetermined, meaning the suspects have been charged with burglary; not homicide. It’s a classification that has left thousands of deaths in Maryland in a murky, categorical limbo. The ruling means the Medical Examiner cannot conclusively classify the manner of death as a homicide, accident, suicide, or from natural causes. In fact, the state Medical Examiner’s office rules more deaths undetermined than almost any other state. Peltesmes’ family believes it raises serious questions about his case – and others. "It's obvious they don't want to classify my dad's death as homicide because it will be a negative stat for the city,” says Erini Peltsemes, his daughter. The family has decided to fight back, challenging the ruling in Maryland’s administrative court. There they presented evidence of injuries they say were inflicted by the thieves found during an examination just before he died; a bruise on his left check, fractured ribs, and swelling of his arms. They were all signs they say, of injury inflicted buys someone else. The doctor who performed the autopsy says she didn’t find the same evidence of trauma. State Medical Examiner Ann Rubio testified that nothing definitive that could tie the robbers to Peltsemes’ death. “I couldn't get enough information to determine if that burglary and break in had taken place before Mr. Peltesmes was unconscious,” Rubio said. “So I did not know if that played a role in his death or not." It was an opinion backed up by her boss, Chief Medical Examiner Dr. David Folwer. "This would not be the first time in our experience as medical examiners where there has been scavenged the body for valuable while the victim was incapacitated,” Fowler testified. The family produced an expert witness who took issue with both the evidence, and the logic of the undetermined ruling. Marcella Fierro, the former Chief Medical Examiner of Virginia says Peltesmes’ death and the timing of the burglary were enough evidence to rule his death a homicide. “He can't see. He opens the door...pow...they grab him and slam and hit him and he's gone. I can't just buy that as a series of coincidences,” She also took issue with state’s large number of unclassified deaths. “No death should be ruled undetermined until you have exhausted every last piece of evidence," Fierro said. Eventually the judge ruled he did not have jurisdiction over the case. Peltsemes’ cause of death remains undetermined. The family has filed an appeal, but worry the hopes of finding justice for their father is growing dim. "When death investigations are not handled competently, murderers go free,” Mary said. Read More at: http://foxbaltimore.com/news/features/top-stories/stories/death-during-home-invasion-left-unclassified-family-fights-ruling-34057.shtml#.VIRzrDHF889

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            • From Homicide and Death Penalty to a free Man.PART I

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              The true story of homicide and one man's redemption in the state of despair. This video is a must -watch for anyone who has made a mistake...and believes there is no redemption. Through this video, Hunter, who spent 28 years in nearly 20 penitentiaries throughout the state of North Carolina, proves that everyone is redeemable ...even the worst of us. For more Info visit kingdomimpact.us

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              • NON ELUCIDE Affaire Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès FRANCE 2

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                21 Avril 2011. 5 cadavres sont découverts dans le jardin d’une maison nantaise. Toute une famille qui a été tuée par arme à feu. La mère Agnès de Ligonnès 49 ans et ses 4 enfants, Arthur 20 ans, Thomas 18 ans, Anne 16 ans et Benoît 13 ans. Le père, Xavier, a disparu. C'est le suspect numéro un.

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                • Haunted

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                  A little playful exercise with the goal to make a film out of an existing picture. It depicts a man and the psychological consequences of his actions. The viewer is lost between reality and imagination and gets an intensive emotional experience through one continuous sequence. This film is inspired by a picture by Sally Mann out of her At Twelve Series.

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                  • Burying Your Son Because of a Gun

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                    Queen Esther Brown, a mother and grandmother who lost her son to gun violence, shares her story at The Summit 2014. Download the FREE accompanying small group study guide: http://summitforchange.com/?p=96

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                    • Assignment 1 final

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                      This video is about Assignment 1

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