Lifetime film connects Gilgo Beach serial killings with Atlantic City murders

by Mail Online

Mail Online— Lifetime's latest film The Long Island Serial Killer: A Mother's Hunt for Justice chronicles the search for the person who murdered at least 10 people in Suffolk County, New York, between 2010 and 2011.

DW.COM—A 100-year-old German man has been charged with accessory to murder in 3,518 counts by prosecutors in the city of Neuruppin, near Berlin, where he now lives. The man is accused of "material and intentional" contributions to killings at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp. A 100-year-old German man stands accused for his role as a guard at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp. More than 100,000 people were killed at the camp during World War II.

Boing Boing—Trump Plaza in Atlantic City implodes. In 1984 Atlantic City, NJ welcomed the opening of the Trump Plaza casino and today it was gloriously destroyed in an event that seems perfectly symbolic. Though it has been owned by billionaire, Carl Icahn, who acquired the two remaining Trump casinos in 2016 from the last of their many bankruptcies, it is very satisfying to see this eye sore imploded and imagine that the former disgraced president felt a chill in his leaden bones when it came crashing down. — Read the rest

The Independent—a history of the Atlantic City hotel that become an eyesore. New Jersey’s former gambling centre sees end to ‘glass, brass and class’ relic of former president’s gambling empire