(Spoiler alert: Do not read on if you have not yet watched Thursday night’s live double eviction episode of “Big Brother.”)
The Bomb Squad/Detonators — or “Bombinators” as the “Big Brother” announcer dubbed them — have been calling the shots all summer long. But with the latest double eviction, it was time for them to finally turn on one of their own.
But first, there was the matter of Nicole and Victoria, already on the block when the hour began. The logical and safe choice would be to eliminate Nicole, as the bigger game threat. For Derrick in particular, she was a personal threat because she’d acknowledged the impressive quality of his game mastery.
Afraid of being exposed to the rest of his alliance, who thought they were in control of the alliance, he orchestrated her demise as he’d eliminated Donny. And, as it has gone for him all season, Derrick decreed it
Then-15th Circuit Solicitor Ralph Wilson Sr. remembers the early 1990s as he worked with Bonnie Todd to find justice for her 17-year-old daughter who was slain in 1991.
But it certainly was not the last memory of the 79-year-old woman who died Wednesday. Their friendship had just begun.
“Ms. Todd and I maintained our relationship well after that trial,” Wilson said. “She would often come by and bring me collared greens and pecans, things like that, that she would grow in her garden or in her yard. Almost two, three, four times a year she would do that for me.”
Wilson said he was saddened to hear of Todd’s death, and said Bonnie Todd “loved Crystal more than she loved life itself.
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“After Crystal’s death, it really took a lot out of her.
Investigation Discovery’s (ID) hit series SURVIVING EVIL returns tonight, featuring all-new stories of extraordinary women who found their lives suddenly in the hands of a cold-blooded criminal, but fought back against their attackers and survived against all odds. Recounted in each survivor’s own words, SURVIVING EVIL offers an empowering and inspiring look at true-crime stories in which the victim turns the table on their assailant in order to stay alive.
Returning as host is actress Charisma Carpenter, best known for her role as Cordelia Chase on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and its spin-off, “Angel.” Also a survivor of a near-fatal incident, Carpenter adds an important layer of depth and perspective to the series as only a survivor truly could. The actress and two friends were