Crazy, Not Insane: Farewell, Bundy Community

by Erin Banks Today marks an interesting day for me. I gave my blog and groups to my friend of two years, Sabrina Holmes. And immediately it caused quite a ruckus. I want to drive home the point that what I am writing here, is not only personal, so does not discuss the Bundy case,… Continue reading Crazy, Not Insane: Farewell, Bundy Community

Scott Peterson: The Truth About The New Evidence, New Witnesses, New Suspects & The Juror Who Supposedly Lied

by Sabrina Holmes Stop the presses! Scott Peterson is still guilty! There are no new witnesses, no new suspects, nor new evidence in the year 2020! Anyone or any publication that states otherwise is either grossly misinformed or they are deliberately lying to you. Let’s get started shall we? If you’re reading this, chances are… Continue reading Scott Peterson: The Truth About The New Evidence, New Witnesses, New Suspects & The Juror Who Supposedly Lied

Scott Peterson: The Best Analogy To Explain The Case In 2020

by Sabrina Holmes The story of Sue the convicted terrorist… If a terror suspect (we’ll call him Sue) tells someone in August 2001 that next month will be his first visit to NYC without the twin towers and buys a plane ticket for 9-11-01 that same day with cash…is that not at all suspicious? Wouldn’t… Continue reading Scott Peterson: The Best Analogy To Explain The Case In 2020

How to write to an Inmate

by Erin Banks Some of our group members have expressed an interest in corresponding with inmates, wondering how one would go about the task of locating offenders’ addresses.Although I am a victim advocate, count several survivors among my friends, and my family lived through the tragedy of losing two of our own to violent crime,… Continue reading How to write to an Inmate

Ted Bundy: Curiosities & Coincidences

by Erin Banks The Bundy case is a massive, complex and convoluted one. Without assigning any magical meaning to it, several of us hardcore Bundy students have noticed various curiosities and coincidences about the case over the years. For instance, if Ann Marie Burr was indeed Bundy’s first victim, it’s not just interesting that she… Continue reading Ted Bundy: Curiosities & Coincidences

Scott Peterson: Today’s California Supreme Court Decision

by Sabrina Holmes Today, August 24, 2020 the California Supreme Court overturned Scott Peterson’s death sentence. From the “Scott Peterson Appeal Org” website: It’s a case of Meringue all over again. Peterson’s team of Stooges completely albeit inadvertently screwed their client over. For those unfamiliar with the case, when I mention Meringue, I am referring… Continue reading Scott Peterson: Today’s California Supreme Court Decision

Ted Bundy: Interview with Author Fabien Richard

by Erin Banks Fabien, in our article “Ted Bundy: Demanding Credit Where None Is Due“, you mentioned that you belonged to a family of law enforcement officers.What was the atmosphere like at home growing up, did your dad talk about his job, did he and your grandfather teach you self defense skills or how to… Continue reading Ted Bundy: Interview with Author Fabien Richard

Scott Peterson: The Defense’s flawed Boat Reenactment

by Sabrina Holmes Now that you watched the above video of Scott Peterson’s Appeal Team, uploaded to their youtube channel on August 18, 2015, here’s some interesting background information: Did you know the person they used in the demonstration had to be ‘weighted down’ to even come close to the weight of Scott Peterson? Why… Continue reading Scott Peterson: The Defense’s flawed Boat Reenactment

Scott Peterson: Testimonies of Mailman Russell Graybill and Neighbor Karen Servas

by Sabrina Holmes Russell Graybill The Scott Peterson Appeal Team posted this video on their youtube channel earlier this week. If you watch the first ten minutes, you will realize that the testimony of Mr. Russell Graybill, the mail carrier, is being completely debunked here. Graybill’s assertion that the gate was wide open when he… Continue reading Scott Peterson: Testimonies of Mailman Russell Graybill and Neighbor Karen Servas

Scott Peterson: Myths – Law Enforcement neglected to investigate other Suspects

by Sabrina Holmes Scott Peterson is innocent Myth #167. Just kidding, this is my second article for CrimePiper about the Scott Peterson case. You can find a link to the first one in the “Previous Posts” section. A quick update: Dr. Todd Grande has not responded to my debunking his analysis. So. The claim we’ll… Continue reading Scott Peterson: Myths – Law Enforcement neglected to investigate other Suspects