After 12 years, LaCresha Stanton finally got the chance to tell the story of her brother’s murder.
In 2005, Alex Davon Buckman, 17, was killed, dismembered and dumped in an Abbeville landfill. On Wednesday night, Investigation Discovery’s “I, Witness” told the story of Buckman’s death and revealed details about the crime that have never been made public.
Buckman’s killer, Karlton Kartrell Brockman, pleaded guilty to the crime so details that would’ve been discussed during a trial never came out.
Even during the TV show, “All of the details still didn’t come out,” Stanton said. “There are still some things we didn’t say because it was already a lot for people to take.”
Brockman is serving a life sentence for the murder. Louis Patterson and Ralph Flemming were convicted of being accessories to Buckman’s murder. Stanton said they were released from prison last year.
The youngest of three children, Buckman went missing in
GRANVILLE – A Granville woman whose brother decades ago fell prey to a pair of west coast serial killers will recount her story for a new TV series coming to Investigation Discovery.
As reported in April, Sharon Sellitto was pivotal in pushing California authorities to a closing of her brother Paul Steven Cosner’s 1984 disappearance with her dogged dedication to learn her brother’s fate.
Her efforts eventually contributed to the arrest and conviction of Leonard Lake and Charles Ng for the kidnapping and murder of her brother and many others.
Together, Lake and Ng are believed to have killed between 11 and 25 people, including Cosner, whose
Richard Paul White, the Colorado serial killer who buried two people in his yard over a decade ago, will have his story told by his sister on the next episode of Evil Lives Here, a new crime documentary series that debuted last week on Investigation Discovery, according to TV Ruckus. Evil Lives Here is an hour-long television series that holds interviews with the family members of those who’ve committed acts of murder. The show is quite different from most of Investigation Discovery’s program line-up. On Sunday night’s episode entitled “My Brother’s Secret,” Investigation Discovery viewers will learn that serial killer Richard Paul White murdered at least five people in Denver, Colorado. Four of his victims were Annaletia Maria Gonzales, Victoria Lyn Turpin, Torrey Marie Foster, and Jason Reichardt. For his atrocities, he was sentenced to three life terms in a Colorado correctional facility.
Not much is known