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In light of the Scandal with Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation, legal experts from the law firm of Carlson & Meissner weigh in on the possible effect this incident will have on laws in the United States. Clearwater, FL (PRWEB) August 01, 2011 Events are finally unfolding to the fullest extent with the English based newspaper, â€œNews of the Worldâ€, a company owned by Rupert Murdochâ€™s News Corporation.
Jasmine Fiore's remains are to be cremated and scattered in Santa Cruz, Calif., where the slain swimsuit model grew up, sources close to her family told TMZ. Fiore's husband, Canadian reality television personality Ryan Jenkins, was charged with killing her, before fleeing to British Columbia and apparently hanging himself in a motel. His suspected suicide was discovered more than a week after Fiore's body was found stuffed in a suitcase and tossed in a California trash bin.
The father of reality show actor Ryan Alexander Jenkins says his son did not kill his ex-wife, swimsuit model Jasmine Fiore. Canadian architect Dan Jenkins said in a statement his son, who appeared on the reality TV series Megan Wants a Millionaire, did not kill Fiore, whose mutilated body was found inside a suitcase near Los Angeles on Aug.
Police are looking into whether two women may have helped Ryan Jenkins when he was hiding in Washington and fleeing to Canada after allegedly killing his wife. Jenkins, a Canadian reality-television personality, was found hanged last weekend in a British Columbia motel room. His suspected suicide was discovered more than a week after the body of his wife, swimsuit model Jasmine Fiore, was found stuffed in a suitcase and tossed in a California trash bin.
Two reality television shows featuring a late Canadian man suspected of killing his swimsuit model wife have been scrapped. Ryan Jenkins, who was charged in the death of his wife Jasmine Fiore, was found dead in a motel room in British Columbia last weekend.
Jasmine Fiore's former boyfriend said he is happy the slain model's husband, Canadian reality TV personality Ryan Jenkins, is dead. Jenkins' body was discovered hanging from a coat rack in a British Columbia motel room during the weekend.
Former reality TV star Ryan Jenkins, accused of killing his swimsuit model wife, was found dead Sunday in a motel in British Columbia, Canadian police said. Sgt. Duncan Jenkins of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said Jenkins apparently committed suicide, The Vancouver Sun reported.
A man arrested in Toronto, once thought to be fugitive Canadian actor Ryan Jenkins, is not the man wanted in the slaying of a model, officials said. Peel Regional Police Staff Sgt.
Authorities in Orange County, Calif., say the body of Jasmine Fiore was identified through the swimsuit model's breast implants. Orange County District Attorney spokeswoman Susan Schroeder said a body found last weekend in Buena Park, Calif., was identified as Fiore, 28, despite missing its teeth and fingertips, People.com reported Friday. We actually have had several cases where we identified the victim or the defendant in that way, Schroder said of the use of the implants' serial numbers to...
A $25,000 reward was posted Friday for the capture of Ryan Jenkins, a television reality show contestant wanted for his wife's alleged murder in California. Jenkins disappeared from the Los Angeles area a week ago after the body of his wife, swimsuit model Jasmine Fiore, was found stuffed in a suitcase that had been left in a trash bin in Buena Park. The reward was announced in a written statement by the U.S.
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