DEADLY HAMMER BLOWS
Posted: Thursday, July 28, 2016
DEADLY HAMMER BLOWS
SHORTLY after striking a hammer repeatedly into the head of his ex-lover with such force that her skull was smashed and the hammer penetrated the brain, a man surrendered to police on Tuesday night telling officers, "the Devil was in meh..."
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