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Novice writer Carol Schultz actually thought she could solve the LaSalle Street murder case. Today, she actually thinks she did. [September 1996]
In 1991, pediatric oncologist Deborah Provisor had sex with her teenage son, an act that led to her arrest and the suspension of her medical license. Now, after years of therapy, she’s gotten her license back, but with conditions. [March 2004]
Life. Death. Meth. What it’s like to love the drug that’s killing small-town Indiana. [October 2005]
Three men committed one of Hamilton County’s most savage murders—all for lack of rent money. [April 1995]
As leader of the Indianapolis Black Panther Militia in the 1990s, Mmoja Ajabu bred hate and anger in the name of social justice. When his son was convicted in a horrific murder, he incurred the wrath of the entire city. Now, Ajabu has returned to prominence. [December 2008]
I’ve been patted down, fingerprinted, and told to watch for fights over toilet paper. A self-professed murderer asked if I was scared to be teaching at the Indiana Women’s Prison. Why should I be scared? [March 2011]
In summer 2011, Chris Carlson left Indianapolis with his three grandsons for a male-bonding adventure in the Grand Canyon, a hike that would land him in prison for child abuse. Many called him a monster. But is it possible he just didn’t know any better? [September 2012]
David Scott spent two decades in prison, wrongly convicted of murder. But after two years on the outside, he wonders if he will ever truly be free. [February 2009]
Stevie McGuire sought safety and peace of mind living on the streets of downtown Indianapolis. Instead he met a tragic—and shockingly brutal—end. [April 2012]
They were neighborly gay men known to help strangers in need. When they were murdered, friends and activists believed it was because of their sexuality. But officials say the killer was actually their onetime friend—motivated by greed. [April 2009]
In February 1977, Tony Kiritsis wired a sawed-off shotgun to his mortgage broker’s neck and marched him through crowded downtown streets, beginning a 63-hour standoff that captivated the city. Almost the entire spectacle was broadcast on live television. [February 2007]
Tim Durham took us for a ride. Ahead of a January 2008 profile, he invited us to stay on his yacht (now for sale), admire his cars (repossessed), and lounge at his house (foreclosed). All the while, prosecutors say, he was running a $200 million Ponzi scheme. [May 2011]
Danny Tunks was a blue-collar guy from Indiana, accused of killing a reputed mobster and facing a heap of evidence and life in prison. He was in serious, serious trouble. Then he hired Jim Voyles. [July 2011]
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