Lorena Bobbitt claimed that she cut off her husband’s penis in 1993 because he raped her. Her supporters viewed it as a justified response to abuse, but what did the law say then, and what does it say now?
“Every guy is going to feel anxiety with his weenie cut off, but he never really had much pain that I am aware of or can remember, he never really said, 'Why me,'” Dr. David Berman said of John Bobbitt’s reaction to the infamous penis cut.
"Analyzing bite marks is part art and part science, isn't it?” a defense attorney for Ted Bundy asked during one of his murder trials. Turns out, according to experts, Bundy's lawyer was pretty much right.