Thanksgiving Day Massacre
The parents of Paul Merhige, the man who went on a Thanksgiving Day shooting rampage in 2009 killing a six-year-old girl and three family members, cannot be held accountable for his actions.
The South Florida family at the center of the horrific Thanksgiving Day murders more than two years ago are celebrating the birth of a new child.
A new lawsuit has been filed in the wake of the Jupiter Thanksgiving Day massacre where four people were killed including a six-year-old girl.
The South Florida man who pleaded guilty to gunning down four relatives in a Thanksgiving Day massacre has been transferred from the Palm Beach jail to a state corrections facility in Miami-Dade.
She was a happy and playful 6 year old girl who was gunned down in her bed.
The sole suspect in the Thanksgiving Day massacre in Jupiter is expected to take a plea deal later this week, according to WPEC.
Patrick Knight, whose wife was killed during a Thanksgiving shootout, has filed a lawsuit against the parents of the suspect, Paul Merhige.
From a dark tragedy springs new hope as the memory of a child lost to violence is now helping children in need.
Defense attorneys for the man accused of killing four members of his family in a 2009 Thanksgiving Day massacre plan to ask a judge Wednesday to delay the start of the trial.