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|Stevie Case||Wiki Detail||Stevana "Stevie" Case (born September 7, 1976) is a recognized figure from the video game industry.|
|Peter Case||Wiki Detail||Peter Case (born April 5, 1954) is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist, who has had a wide-ranging career ranging from new wave music to folk rock to solo acoustic performance.|
|Derek Bentley case||Wiki Detail||Derek William Bentley (30 June 1933 ? 28 January 1953) was a British teenager hanged for the murder of a police officer, committed in the course of a burglary attempt.|
|Steve Case||Wiki Detail||Steve Case (born August 21, 1958) is a businessman best known as the co-founder and former chief executive officer and chairman of America Online (AOL).|
|Neko Case||Wiki Detail||Neko Case (born September 8, 1970 in Alexandria, Virginia) is an American alternative country singer-songwriter, best known for her solo career and her contributions as a member of the Canadian indie rock group The New Pornographers.|
|Ed Case||Wiki Detail||Edward Espenett "Ed" Case (born September 27, 1952) is a Democratic politician.|
|Terri Schiavo case||Wiki Detail||The Terri Schiavo case was a successful seven-year long legal effort by Michael Schiavo to have his wife, Terri Schiavo ? diagnosed as being in a persistent vegetative state (PVS) for several years ? disconnected from life support.|
|Louise Woodward case||Wiki Detail||The Louise Woodward case concerned a young English au pair convicted, at age 19, of the 1997 involuntary manslaughter of eight-month-old Matthew Eappen while he was in her care in his home in Newton, Massachusetts, in the United States.|
|Hasan Akbar case||Wiki Detail||The Hasan Akbar case covers an event in the 2003 U.|
|Vera Page case||Wiki Detail||The Vera Page case was an unsolved murder case from the early 1930s.|
|Clifford P. Case||Wiki Detail||Clifford Philip Case (16 April 1904 in Franklin Park, New Jersey ? 5 March 1982 in Washington, D.|
|Everett Case||Wiki Detail||Everett N.|
|Augustus Case||Wiki Detail||Augustus Ludlow Case (February 3, 1812 ? February 16, 1893) was an admiral in the United States Navy who served during the American Civil War.|
|Suzanne Jovin case||Wiki Detail||Suzanne Nahuela Jovin (January 26, 1977, G?ttingen, Germany ? December 4, 1998, New Haven, Connecticut) was a senior at Yale University in New Haven, CT when she was brutally stabbed to death off campus.|
|Bonnie Garland murder case||Wiki Detail||The murder of Bonnie Garland took place on July 7, 1977.|
|Runaway bride case||Wiki Detail||The Runaway Bride case was the case of Jennifer Carol Wilbanks (born March 1, 1973), an American who ran away from home on April 26, 2005, in order to avoid her wedding with John Mason, her fianc?, on April 30.|
|Sammy Case||Wiki Detail||Sammy Case is an American porn star.|
|Dawson murder case||Wiki Detail||The Dawson family, a family of seven (parents Carnell, Angela, and five children), were all murdered in Baltimore, Maryland, on October 16, 2002.|
|Stratton Brothers case||Wiki Detail||Alfred Stratton (born c.|
|Case Case||Wiki Detail||Case Woodard, stage name Case, is an American R&B singer who was born in New York City.|
|William Case||Wiki Detail||William Case (August 10, 1818 ? April 19, 1862) was an American politician of the Republican party and served as the 12th mayor of Cleveland, Ohio from 1850 and 1851.|
|Stoney Case||Wiki Detail||Stoney Jarrod Case (born July 7, 1972 in Odessa, Texas) is a quarterback in the Arena Football League, and a former National Football League quarterback with four teams.|
|Clarence E. Case||Wiki Detail||Clarence Edward Case (September 24, 1877, Jersey City, New Jersey - September 3, 1961, Somerville, New Jersey) was the acting Republican Governor of New Jersey in 1920, succeeding William Nelson Runyon.|
|Francis H. Case||Wiki Detail||Francis Higbee Case (December 9, 1896 ? June 23, 1962) was an American journalist and politician who served for 25 years as a member of the United States Congress from South Dakota.|
|Ryan Case||Wiki Detail||Ryan Case (born 1975, in Lexington, Kentucky) is an award-winning stage actor, who has also performed on radio and television.|
|Hultman-Chapman murder case||Wiki Detail||The Hultman-Chapman murder case was a murder case that gained wide publicity in the Philippines during the early 1990s because Claudio Teehankee, Jr.|
|Sandro Girgvliani Murder Case||Wiki Detail||The Sandro Girgvliani Murder Case is one of the most notorious criminal cases in the modern history of Georgia.|
|Charles Case||Wiki Detail||Charles Case (December 21, 1817 ? June 30, 1883) was a U.|
|Ross Case||Wiki Detail||Ross Case (aka "The Snake", born 1 November 1951, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia) was an Australian tennis player.|
|Allen Case||Wiki Detail||Allen Case (October 8, 1934 ? August 25, 1986) was an American television actor most noted for the lead role of Deputy Clay McCord in "The Deputy" (1959-1961) opposite series regular Henry Fonda (who received top billing but appeared far less frequently).|
|Rachel Nickell murder case||Wiki Detail||Rachel Nickell (23 November, 1968 ? 15 July, 1992) was the victim of a sexual assault and murder on Wimbledon Common, London, on 15 July, 1992.|
|Taman Shud Case||Wiki Detail||The Taman Shud Case, also known as the "Mystery of the Somerton Man", is an unsolved case revolving around an unidentified man found dead at 6.|
|Sister Abhaya murder case||Wiki Detail||The Sister Abhaya Case is a case regarding the death of a Knanaya Roman Catholic nun, who was found dead in a water well in St Pius X convent in Kottayam, India, on 27 March 1992.|
|Tony Case||Wiki Detail||Tony Case (born July 10, 1982 in Colorado Springs, Colorado) is an American football long snapper formerly for the New England Patriots of the National Football League.|
|Richard Mattingly murder case||Wiki Detail||Richard Mattingly was the 63-year-old director of the Condemnation Board of the District of Columbia, who was murdered on January 8, 1970 in his home in Arlington, Virginia.|
|Ken Case||Wiki Detail||Kenneth Craig "Ken" Case (June 14, 1925 ? May 10, 2007) was a news anchorman, meteorologist, and sports broadcaster associated with KNOE-TV in Monroe, Louisiana, from 1967 until his retirement in 1987.|
|Garlin case||Wiki Detail||The Garlin case refers to the three adults and one juvenile charged in the June 4, 2007 murder of Tammie Garlin and to the earlier horrific physical abuse visited upon Garlin's 11 year old son.|
|Jeanine Nicarico murder case||Wiki Detail||The Jeanine Nicarico murder case was a complex and influential homicide investigation and prosecution in DuPage County, Illinois that sent two men to prison who were later exonerated and released, and contributed to the death penalty moratorium imposed by then-Governor George H.|
|Troy Davis case||Wiki Detail||The Troy Davis case concerns the case of Troy Anthony Davis, a former sports coach from the U.|
|Frank Case||Wiki Detail||Frank Case was an American hotelier and author.|
|Norman S. Case||Wiki Detail||Norman Stanley Case - also known as Norman S.|
|John Darwin disappearance case||Wiki Detail||The John Darwin disappearance case is an investigation into the faked death of British former teacher and prison officer John Darwin, who turned up alive in December 2007, five years after he was thought to have died in a canoeing accident.|
|Ernie Case||Wiki Detail||Ernie Case is a former back in the All-America Football Conference who played 14 games for the Baltimore Colts.|
|Reginald Case||Wiki Detail||Reginald Case (born December 23, 1937) is an artist who makes American Folk Art collages and Hollywood iconographic mixed-media assemblages and sculptures.|
|Peggy Hettrick murder case||Wiki Detail||The Peggy Hettrick Murder Case concerns the unsolved 1987 death of Peggy Hettrick in Fort Collins, Colorado.|
|Kirsa Jensen case||Wiki Detail||Kirsa Jensen (born December 15, 1968) was a 14-year-old girl who lived in Napier, New Zealand when she disappeared on September 1, 1983, while riding her horse, Commodore.|
|Julie Jensen case||Wiki Detail||The Julie Jensen case involves the trial of Mark Jensen on charges that he murdered his wife, Julie Jensen.|
|Kohail brother murder case||Wiki Detail||Mohamed Kohail born and Sultan Kohail born were born in Saudi Arabia and lived there 16 years before moving to Montreal, Canada where they got citizenship and the family spent 6 years (2000-2006).|
|Cale Case||Wiki Detail||Cale Case (born June 2, 1958) is an economist, businessman, and politician from Lander in central Wyoming.|
|Dennis O'Neill case||Wiki Detail||Dennis O'Neill (c.|
|Isabella Nardoni case||Wiki Detail||Isabella Nardoni case refers to the murder of Isabella de Oliveira Nardoni, a 5-year-old Brazilian girl, on the night of Saturday, March 29, 2008.|
|Noida double murder case||Wiki Detail||On the morning of May 16, 2008, Aarushi Talwar (May 24, 1993 - May 15, 2008), the 14-year-old daughter of a successful dentist couple, was found dead with her throat slit in her parents' home at Jalvayu Vihar in Noida, a posh suburb of Delhi.|
|Jerome Case||Wiki Detail||Jerome Increase Case (1819?1891) was the developer of the Case Thresher, perhaps the first application of the steam engine for agricultural use.|
|Charles A. Case||Wiki Detail||Charles Augustine Case was a successful merchant in Abilene, Kansas, and a lifelong friend of President Dwight D.|
|Rolando Cruz case||Wiki Detail||In February 1985, a Hispanic man from Aurora, Illinois named Rolando Cruz and a co-defendant were tried, convicted, and sentenced to death for the 1983 kidnapping, rape, deviant sexual assault and murder of 10-year old Jeanine Nicarico in DuPage County Circuit Court despite the fact that the police had no physical evidence linking them to the crime.|
|Brenton Butler case||Wiki Detail||The Brenton Butler case was a 2000 murder case in Jacksonville, Florida.|
|Melanie Case||Wiki Detail||Melanie Case (born January 10, 1978), a.|