A mistrial was declared in the retrial of Johnathan Doody, who's been accused of massacring nine people at a Buddhist temple more than 20 years ago.Jurors had been deliberating for nearly two weeks in the retrial, which came about the conviction was overturned in federal court several years ago, on ... More >>
Welcome to Courthouse Update, a weekly rundown of goings-on at the Maricopa County Superior Court.This week, an ex-Phoenix cop accused of murder goes to trial, jury selection starts in re-trial of Buddhist temple massacre suspect, a youth minister is found guilty of molestation, and more:
We'll be chiming in soon with our take about the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling yesterday that upheld the inadmissibility of the 1991 confession of Buddhist temple mass murderer Johnathan Doody. Killer Johnathan Doody gets a new trial--and the jury won't hear his 1991 confession. The ... More >>
Author examines botched Buddhist Temple Massacre investigation
Local painter had a rougher summer than you. Guaranteed.
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The nightmare of the 1991 massacre at a Phoenix Buddhist temple resurfaced today after the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned the conviction of the triggerman in the slayings, Jonathan Doody (pictured above with his lawyer). The Associated Press reports that the appeals court judges found ... More >>
Celebrating beautiful impermanence in Scottsdale
By Yvonne Zusel You would never guess it to witness the ease at which glow sticks flew through the air on Saturday night into Sunday morning, but Earthdance 2008 almost didn’t happen. Originally meant to be held at Schnepf Farms in Queen Creek, the event venue was changed Friday night to Boo’ ... More >>
Author finds a new path after near-death experience
Kick off the weekend with Tibetan culture at fundraiser
Kung fu monks put meditation in motion
Scottsdale chicks flock to this Tibetan monk
"Fragile Moments" and "Screen Shots," two separate exhibits at ASU, tie disparate childhood memories together
Is Chinese 'Forbidden City' exhibition in tea leaves for Phoenix Art Museum?
In Buddha-themed Kundun, Martin Scorsese gets all mystic-eyed
Valley jazz singer and devout Buddhist Sherry Roberson answers the question "What's the sound of one woman scatting?"
Two masters of the Asian art of place tell us how the energy of life flows downtown
PROSECUTORS WILL SAY NARCOTICS PLAYED NO ROLE IN THE TEMPLE MURDERS. THE EVIDENCE SUGGESTS OTHERWISE.