SEATTLE, Wash. (CNN/KOMO) - During "Barefoot Bandit" Colton Harris-Moore's run from the law, he took off in stolen planes under the cover of darkness, spent some time playing with a laser, and had an affinity for country music while on lonely, country roads.
Much of it was caught on video that Harris-Moore shot himself.
Harris-Moore's defense attorney, John Henry Browne, says there was never any intent for the video to become part of a book or movie. Harris-Moore has always claimed he never wanted either.
Former South African president Nelson Mandela will be honored Tuesday morning with a public memorial service expected to be viewed by people around the world.
Jahleel Hoskins was ordered Monday to stand trial in the murder of Grand Rapids mother of five Latrice Maze.
A woman accused of perjury in connection to the homicide of Latrice Maze is back in jail.