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September Sacrifice now available as an eBook

It’s my pleasure to announce that my true crime book, September Sacrifice, is now available as an eBook. Earlier this year, New York Times best-selling author Gregg Olsen approached me to see if I might be interested in bringing September Sacrifice to his Crime Rant Classics label. I have tremendous respect for Gregg, and he’s been a strong supporter […]

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Miller sentenced to ten months supervised probation

Judge Richard Knowles sentenced 53-year-old Bill Miller to ten months of supervised probation Thursday afternoon.. Miller had faced up to nearly three years in prison or a three thousand dollar fine. Miller pleaded no contest to the tampering charges on July 16, 2003. The charges stem from a moment in a police substation immediately following […]

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Miller pleads guilty to three counts of attempted tampering

(Albuquerque) The trial of William “Bill” Miller ended before it ever reached opening statements. Jury selection was interrupted with a surprise development; a plea bargain. Mr. Miller pleaded guilty this morning to three misdemeanor counts of attempted tampering with evidence. Direct links to media stories on Miller plea bargain Albuquerque Journal story:

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Jury selection underway in Miller trial

(Albuquerque) A panel of 50 prospective jurors convened in State District Court Judge Richard Knowles’ courtroom at 1:30 Monday afternoon as the process of selecting a jury (voix dire) began in the case of State of New Mexico vs. William “Bill” Miller. When the day began, Mr. Miller was facing five counts of evidence tampering […]

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Henning’s sentence: 73 years

  (Albuquerque) Linda Henning has spent three and half years behind bars waiting to learn her fate. The answer finally came from District Court Judge W. John Brennan on Friday, April 18, 2003. Brennan sentenced the convicted murderer to a life sentence plus 43 years. In New Mexico, a life sentence is 30 years. Last […]

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