Christopher Jordan Dorner's infamous manifesto identifies around 40 Southern California law enforcement officers he believes have wronged him. Indeed, those passages burn most of the rambling post's 6,000 words. But Dorner also cites films, TV shows, celebrities, athletes and newsmen he likes, inclu ... More >>
[Moxley Confidential] The criminal defendant hopes to convince a jury she's a greedy slut—but not a murderer
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[Moxley Confidential] Ex-NFL player hoped a crime-scene photo would save him from a homicide conviction
OC Register media pool photoDefense lawyer Gary Pohlson has one last chance to explain away Naposki liesOn the same day that a prosecutor questioned why a supposedly innocent murder suspect decided to engage in "mind f-ing the police" who were attempting to solve the crime, a defense lawyer for t ... More >>
OC Register media pool photoNaposki has a surprise for Albert EinsteinNobody alive saw Eric Naposki enter William McLaughlin's Newport Beach house, fire six hollow-tip bullets into the wealthy businessman's torso and flee the murder scene on Dec. 15, 1994. Nobody found McLaughlin's blood spatters ... More >>
[Moxley Confidential] The question of the missing weapon comes pretty close to a Columbo moment in the Naposki murder trial
OC Register media pool photoMacDonald blames shoddy police work for his client's arrestIn a 64-minute opening statement, Eric Naposki's defense lawyer told an Orange County jury that "common sense" proves the former NFL player could not have gunned down a Newport Beach millionaire because evidenc ... More >>
OC Register pool photoNaposkiIt took four days of trial, but a witness finally made positive comments about accused killer Eric Naposki, the former professional football player, who is charged with gunning down a Newport Beach businessman in a 1994 plot to steal part of the man's estimate $15 mil ... More >>
H. Lorren Au Jr. / Orange County RegisterLosing first quarter for Eric Naposki?Eric Naposki, a onetime star professional football player, couldn't hide his contempt this afternoon during the prosecution's opening statement that ended with a confident prediction that jurors will hold him "accounta ... More >>
[Moxley Confidential] Was the cold-case homicide of William McLaughlin cold for so long that exculpatory evidence disappeared?