Locked away for killing her 3-year-old son, a crime she says she didn’t commit, Kristine Bunch spent 16 years in prison fighting to prove her innocence. In 2012, the gavel finally fell in her favor. But true justice has yet to arrive.
This month, the Indy-born creator of several of television’s biggest hits will launch the second season of The Glee Project. But like many of the show’s contestants, Ryan Murphy seems eager to leave his old life behind.
My old neighborhood used to be a nice little place to live. But since I moved back, rampant crime has made it a desperate, dangerous wasteland. It just took a botched burglary at a friend’s house for me to wake up and see it.
Mark Nicholson has racked up 17 courtroom wins as a public defender for the city’s poorest citizens, becoming a thorn in the side of the Marion County prosecutor’s office. He has lost only six cases—seven if you count his own manslaughter sentence.
On August 13, 2011, a violent wind gust toppled 35 tons of stage rigging onto the crowd gathered for a Sugarland concert. Now, survivors of the Indiana State Fair stage collapse reveal the chaos, terror, heroism, providence, and pain of that night. And the slow healing.