DNA Of Nicki Minaj Brother Matches Semen Found On 12-Year-Old Victim Clothing

Jelani Maraj, the brother Nicki Minaj, has been offered a revised plea deal in his child rape case after DNA found on the alleged 12-year-old victim’s clothing matched his semen. Before the DNA evidence became available, Maraj was offered 7 years in prison, however, he declined to accept the deal. The new deal is now offering a minimum of 15 years.

A grand jury indicted Maraj in December on felony child rape charges, including predatory sexual assault against a child and first degree sexual conduct against a child. The accuser reportedly told authorities that Maraj repeatedly raped and sodomized her between April 1 and November 30, 2015.

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Earlier this week, the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office told the judge: “A DNA profile, a partial profile matching the defendant or consistent with the defendant, your honor, to the point in the hundreds of billionths of chance of it being any other individual, was discovered in the pantsof the complainant in this case, and also tested positive indicating the presence of semen. Continue reading

Joseph Patterson Sentenced To Life No Parole Over Death Of Adrian Peterson Son

Joseph Patterson, the man who killed the son of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, was sentenced to life in prison without parole on Thursday. He will also serve a concurrent 25-year sentence for aggravated battery charges.

Patterson was convicted for his role in the 2013 death of two-year-old Tyrese Ruffin.

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Patterson maintained his innocence in addressing the courtroom Thursday, saying, per Raposa Continue reading

Inmates Serenade Sandusky With Pink Floyd “Hey Teacher, Leave Those Kids Alone”

Prisoners may be barred from communicating directly with discraced Penn State Coach, Jerry Sandusky, but that didn’t stop them from sending him a strong message as the lights in the jail went out. Inmates sing in unison nightly the famous line from Pink Floyd’s The Wall, “Hey, teacher, leave those kids alone.”

Sandusky was convicted of 45 of 48 charges and faces a mandatory minimum sentences that will likely keep him behind bars for the rest of his life.