Questions have surrounded the death of Sandra Bland, a year-old black activist, since she was found hanged in a Texas police cell in July after she was arrested during a traffic stop. Those questions intensified Monday night when a second video that she recorded on her cellphone surfaced publicly for the first time , in an investigative report broadcast on the Dallas television station WFAA. The video shows part of her encounter with the state trooper who pulled her over. Bland had been visiting family in the Chicago suburb of Naperville, Ill. Bland was one of five sisters. The trooper, Brian T.
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Huckaby , 29, pleaded guilty last month to first degree murder and kidnapping "with enhancements" to avoid the death penalty. Today in court, a sobbing Huckaby apologized to Sandra's family, saying: "I should not have taken her from you. Many of the details of the grisly crime have previously been kept from the public, sealed under a judge's gag order. The judge lifted that order and the prosecutor revealed for the first time how Sandra was killed. Quoting the pathologist's report, prosecutor Tom Testa said Sandra had been strangled with a torn piece of cloth that had been knotted into "a noose. Previously released court documents had revealed that Huckaby was accused of poisoning Sandra, and sexually assaulting her with a foreign object, before killing her and dumping her body in an irrigation pond. Some of her injuries were consistent with a rolling pin with a bent handle and bloody smudge found inside a church where Huckaby had taught.
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Sandra Renee Cantu March 8, — March 27, was an American girl who attracted national attention at the age of eight after she disappeared from Tracy, California , on March 27, Her body was discovered ten days later inside a suitcase in a local irrigation pond. Huckaby pleaded guilty to the kidnapping and murder of Cantu and was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole in
Linda Andersen April 15, — January 18, was the victim of premeditated murder by her two teenage daughters, Sandra and Elizabeth Andersen, on January 18, in Mississauga, Ontario. Since both were under the age of 18 at the time of the murder, their identities were protected under Canadian law. The names of the murderers and the victim were changed but were released by a Spanish news reporter as the Canadian law protecting the sisters' name was only applicable to the Canadian media. She had an alcohol dependency and suffered from depression. At the time of her death, Linda had one job after being fired.