Oklahoma QB Killed in Plane Crash - Arizona Boyfriend Murder Trial's Kinky Testimony Attracts Hollywood
A star football player for the University of Oklahoma in the 1970s has died in a plane crash in Indiana.
Meanwhile in Arizona, the boyfriend murder trial that has drawn so much attention for kinky and graphic testimony from accused murderer Jodi Arias will get at least one movie from Hollywood, see details of both stories below.
Also killed in the fiery crash, Wesley Caves, 58.
Two other people aboard the plane survived the crash, while a woman who was injured on the ground was in fair condition.
The LA Times has more on the career of Davis here.
According to FAA records, the Beechcraft was registered to Helena-based 7700 Enterprises of Montana LLC.
"Psycho Killer: Jodi Arias' Kinky Death-Penalty Trial," is the title of a recent article from the Phoenix New Times about the boyfriend murder trial so many are watching online and on television each day.
The salacious testimony that generates these types of headlines has the interest of Hollywood, according to TV Guide magazine, Lifetime is planning a TV movie about the Jodi Arias trial.
"The network has already given the go-ahead for the untitled movie with some seasoned professionals at the helm.
Executive Producers Joshua D. Maurer, Alixandre Witlin and Judith Verno have worked on previous projects based on sensational courtroom dramas, including 'Drew Peterson: Untouchable' and 'The Craigslist Killer.'"
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