Since the 2017 murder of Indiana teens Libby German and Abby Williams, local authorities have not released any information about the cause or time of death of either victim, leading to rumors and speculation. We spoke with Indiana State Police First Sgt. Jerry Holeman about why the police are holding back details about the murder.
Forensic science may be on the verge of a straighter path to exposing lies: Through functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), a brain scan that maps cerebral activity by measuring blood flow. Early results of fMRI for lie detection are promising, with accuracy rates higher than 75 percent.
The murders of Libby German, 14, and Abby Williams, 13, shocked the small town of Delphi, Indiana because of their apparent randomness. But what makes this murder case different than most is that it is believed one of the victims may have captured audio and photo clues that point to her killer.
Over the last century, dozens of highly publicized child kidnappings have shocked the nation and ignited a public effort to prevent them. Now, missing-child awareness campaigns help spread the word more widely and quickly, resulting in finding many more of these kids.
People are trading bitcoin for goods and services on the illegal marketplaces of the dark web, where the easy, instant flow of the cyptocurrency allows users to tap into their darkest natures--all from the anonymous comfort of their home computers.