The South Miami man accused of killing his wife and then posting pictures of her dead body on Facebook has entered a plea of not guilty to the charge of first degree murder.
A lawyer for the South Miami man accused of killing his wife and then posting pictures of her body on Facebook tried to convince a judge Tuesday to release his client on bail before the trial–but the judge denied his request.
A woman who was shot to death in her South Miami home reportedly by her husband who then posted the picture of her body on Facebook tried to shield herself from the hail of bullets.
A couple whose fight ended with a photograph of a young mother’s dead body on Facebook began because she was frustrated her husband opted to nap rather than take her out on a movie date, according to the final text messages she sent to a friend.
Prosecutors in the case of Derek Medina, the man who allegedly shot his wife to death and then posted a photo of her dead body on Facebook, have released surveillance from inside the townhome and a glimpse into the victim’s mind via her diary.
The man who allegedly confessed to killing his wife and posting the picture of her bloodied body on the social media website Facebook, was formally charged Thursday morning.
Court documents in the case against Derek Medina detail his confession to police.
The pastor of a church described a South Miami man who reportedly killed his wife and confessed to it in a Facebook posting “a complex, multidimensional person.”