Top Unsolved Crimes Ever

Every other day you hear of a murder or yet another crime on TV. It has become something so common yet still never fails to hurt those beloved to the victim. It hurts even more if the victims aren’t given any form of justice, yet it isn’t that easy of a task to the officials especially when the criminals manage to cover their tracks so smartly leaving no trace at all. It is then that these cases turn into cold cases. Here are a couple cases that have not been solved over the years;

Even with the availability of good detective services in Sydney this is an unsolved case of almost 20 years. Little Amber was a nine year old girl who was abducted and murdered when she was riding her bike a little further from her grandparents’ home and close to an uninhibited grocery store. Her brother who was riding with her decided to head back home since they were riding beyond where they were allowed to and requested Amber to do so too. She had stayed back to go on another round and when her brother returned home he was asked to go back and bring her, yet he never found her. Her grandfather then decided to go search for her and came across cops that claimed they had been alerted by some local that had heard a scream and had seen a man carrying a girl to his truck and all that remained of Amber was her bike! Later this incident led to the development of the Amber alert system that is dedicated to protecting kids from such situations that occur.

Andrew and Abby Bordon were the parents of Lizzie Bordon who was a prime suspect of this case. On the 4th of August in the year 1892, Andrew left for work just like any other day leaving his wife and daughter behind. As he returns from work he lays on the sofa to take a quick nap that he shall never wake up from. According to Lizzie she claims she saw her father brutally murdered in the sofa and her stepmother even brutally mutilated in her room. Sometime later after the incident had occurred it was reported that Lizzie had tried purchasing poison and even tried to burn a dress in a stove at home. It didn’t help her cause of being a suspect anymore when it was reported that Abby had died an hour before her husband.

Regardless of the efforts of any investigators australia https://www.preciseinvestigation.com/, due to the lack of evidence Lizzie was released from prison, however society never failed in cornering and isolating her at all!
22 year old Betsy Betsy was a college student who was researching for a paper in the library on the day that she was stabbed in the heart. She had fallen to the ground after being stabbed by two random men that had shouted “someone better help that girl” and had escaped. Those present in the library thought she was suffering from a seizure and tried CPR only to fail in their attempts. She was wearing a red dress that day and the stab and its damage was not visible closely. For the past 43 years this remains an unsolved case.

A boy aged ranging from 4-6 years, whose identity is not known even to date, was murdered and stuffed in a box where the corpse was wrapped up in a blanket. His body was discovered in Pennsylvania but two people one of which is a college student had reported the scene the next day after his discovery. It was famous all over media and still no progress has been made on identifying him or solving the case regardless of the DNA sample that was taken from his tooth.Though there are great detectives out there certain cases become just too difficult to solve due to the lack of evidence. But this has not stopped people from having faith in them neither has it stopped them from providing their service. As it has after all led to the solving of certain other cases.

Law Of The Properties; Guide To Life

Law of the properties or land law is a very relevant subject to every person in the world and knowledge on the same can help you in many ways. Ignorance of the way you can own a property, what you can do with it, what happens to it after your death etc., can make other people take an undue advantage out of your properties or even prevent you making wise decisions regarding your properties. Therefore you need to have an updated knowledge on the laws that govern matters relating to properties. The laws and regulations relating to the lands and properties vary from country to country while there are some common features as well. Following facts will provide you some basic knowledge as to law of properties.

Dying testate

Most matters relating to property are connected to the aftermath of the life of the original owner. Therefore you need to have an understanding as to what will happen to your properties after you die. Dying testate means that you have formally decided how your property should devolve after you pass away. Leaving a will stating out how you want your properties including your lands, vehicles, bank accounts etc. to pass to the hands of the ones you want them to pass. When you die testate, contesting a will takes place with the involvement of the court to devolve your properties according to your wishes. 

Dying intestate

Dying intestate will bring out different types of consequences as opposed to dying testate. Having a sufficient knowledge on the consequences of dying intestate is also important as there may be times you will be entitled to properties as a result of some other persons intestate passing away and there may be procedures you have to follow. The best way to gain a knowledge regarding such is to meet some deceased estate lawyers who will advise you as to different consequences entailed in different occurrences. Some people find it difficult to decide to whose hands the properties should pass and in such a case letting it be decided according to the established procedures become convenient. In many countries half share of the properties will pass to the surviving spouse leaving the other half to all the legitimate children.

Passing ownership

Passing ownership is also an important aspect of law of properties. Gifting and transferring are the main two methods that are used to pass the ownership of the property. In a gift the consideration is the natural love and affection and the significance given to the monetary consideration is relatively lesser. In transfer the property passes as a consequence of the monetary consideration. A deed has to be made when passing ownership according to the rules and regulations established in the county you live.