A review of the Riley Fox murder investigation made by a private consultant has determined “major mistakes” were made by investigators assigned to the case.
Gov.Quinn has yet to commit to signing a law that would abolish the death penalty in Illinois. But two men who could have faced capital punishment are speaking out today.
The man charged with killing 3-year-old Riley Fox pleaded guilty on Wednesday and was then quickly sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison.
A psychological exam of a convicted sex offender charged with the 2004 rape and murder of a 3-year-old Will County girl has determined the suspect is fit for trial.
This is not the first time that law enforcers in Will County have arrested and charged a wrong suspect. There have been several blunders by investigators and prosecutors in that county over the years.