Crime Murdered for money

17:06  11 april  2018
17:06  11 april  2018 Source:   CNBC

NJ man, 20, shot 'execution-style' over PlayStation, reports say

  NJ man, 20, shot 'execution-style' over PlayStation, reports say A New Jersey man has been arrested and accused of kidnapping and murdering a man trying to buy a PlayStation video game console that was advertised online, according to multiple reports. Rufus Thompson, 29, was arrested Saturday morning in Trenton. He is charged with murder, felony murder, robbery, kidnapping and weapons offenses in the death of 20-year-old Danny Diaz-Delgado.The Trentonian reported that Diaz-Delgado's body was found March 24 near the banks of Assunpink Creek in Hamilton Township. Investigators said Diaz-Delgado's hands were tied behind his back and tape was wrapped around his face.

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Murder for the money you got to cry sweat and bleed I've seen a grown man have to get down on his knees Murder in the morning yeah murder in the night Murder every single day of your goddamm life

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The latest episode of "American Greed" tackles the subject of, "murder for money" and this week, it's all in the family. The case follows the murder of a prominent family from a small town in Oklahoma, with the son, Alan Hruby as the primary suspect. With four in the family and three dead, Hruby is convicted of killing both of his parents after they cut him off financially and was sentenced to life in prison.

However, Alan Hruby isn't the first to commit familial homicide. We've detailed four more killings where the murderers were looking to cash in on the lives of their parents.

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Binghamton University cancels classes after second student murder in 5 weeks

  Binghamton University cancels classes after second student murder in 5 weeks A university in New York canceled classes Monday after the second murder of a student in five weeks. Binghamton University alerted students to the cancellation hours after first-year engineering student Joao Souza, 19, was stabbed to death on campus Sunday night.On March 9, Binghamton nursing student Haley Anderson, 22, of Westbury, Long Island, was found murdered at an off-campus residence.“Due to yesterday’s tragic event on campus, all classes are canceled today, Monday, April 16,” the university said in a statement posted on its website just before 8 a.m.

The murders of two Garo women were planned a month ago to loot their house in Gulshan for money and valuables, Rapid Action.

Here, we’ve assembled some of the most notorious, notable and nasty cases, proving that some people really will do anything for money … even kill.

Menendez brothers might be the most famous on our list. Killing their parents in cold blood and then spending their money lavishly within weeks of the act, put a national lens on this killing duo. Though the brother's defense included accusations of child abuse, their second trial (after the first ended in a mistrial) left the two brothers with a life sentence in prison without the option for parole. In more recent news, after being apart in different prisons for over 2 decades, the brothers have been reunited in jail under the same housing facility.

Jimmy Robertson

Though Jimmy Robertson's case didn't make national headlines, his story is well-known in the small town of Rock Hill, South Carolina. Born into an affluent family, Robertson was showered with money growing up, but claims he was also disciplined to the point of abuse by his parents. After snorting ten times the legal limit of crushed Ritalin one night, Robertson went after his parents with a butcher knife and a claw hammer, beating and stabbing both of them to death. Robertson is currently on death row but keeps appealing his case in the hopes of saving his own life.

Backpage.com founders, five others indicted on prostitution-related charges

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The deadliest of all women: the one who will seduce a man, promise to love him to till death they do part, then brutally murders him - all for money .

Murder for the money you got to cry sweat and bleed I've seen a grown man have to get down on his knees Murder in the morning yeah murder in the night Murder every single day of your goddamm life

Christopher Wayne Pritchard

In a high-profile case, the murder of American businessman Leith Von Stein rocked the state of North Carolina. On the morning of July 25th, 1988, Christopher Wayne Pritchard walked into the bedroom of his stepfather, Leith Von Stein and mother Bonnie, with a knife and club and murdered Leith, leaving Bonnie with severe injuries. Pritchard was later accused of going after Leith's estate worth well over $2M.

Andrew Wamsley

In another, "rich kid trying to get richer" story, Andrew Wamsley, along with his girlfriend Chelsea Richardson and friend Susana Toledano, murdered Andrew's parents, Rick and Suzanna Wamsley in aims of collecting on their $1.65M estate. Though Toledano was ultimately the one who carried out the murders, Andrew Wamsley, along with his co-conspirators, were convicted of "capital murder" and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

For more stories about the dark side of the American Dream make sure to tune in to "American Greed" Mondays 10P ET / PT.

Maine Army Vet Murdered Wife and Buried Her With Flowers, Love Note — and Bottle of 'Guilty' Cologne .
A Maine man was convicted Monday of murdering his wife and burying her body in a shallow grave with a Mason jar filled with flowers and a love note — as well as a bottle of a cologne named “Guilty,” multiple outlets report. A Somerset County jury found Luc Tieman, 34, guilty of intentional or knowing murder in the August 2016 fatal shooting of his wife, Valerie Tieman, 34, the Bangor Daily News reports.Prosecutors said that Tieman — who faces 25 years to life in prison when he’s sentenced in May — killed his wife because he wanted to be with other women, the outlet reports.

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