Being rich gives you strength and this power can make you invincible. Having wealth can help you escape the consequences of many things, if not most things, but sometimes your bad deeds will overtake you. For most people on this list, though their wealth protected them for years, if not decades. Many people intuitively know that wealth protects people from the consequences of their actions, but when they are directly confronted with it, it makes the blood boil.
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10 Robert Durst
Robert Durst is the heir to the American real estate mogul Seymour Durst. Robert Durst is suspected of murdering three people. Kathleen McCormack Thirst, his first wife, who disappeared in 1982. His longtime girlfriend Susan Berman, who was killed in 2000, and finally Robert's neighbor Morris Black, who was killed in 2001. These are the cases that are directly related to thirst, but it is speculated that he might have killed others. He was accused of murdering Black, but claimed at his 2003 trial that a gun was fired while defending himself during a fight with his neighbor. In his own defense, Durst said, "The gun was aimed at me. He aimed the gun at me and I tried to pull the gun away. "Despite the fact that Durst Black had dismembered after this supposed dispute, he was acquitted.
Thirst arrested in 2015 for murdering Susan Berman. The process is still running. 
9 Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb
Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb were sons of the extremely wealthy; and both were considered intelligent with promising futures. Nevertheless, the young men often commit small crimes such as small theft and set their future to commit the perfect murder. They rode around looking for potential victims until they finally decided on Bobby Franks. They forced Bobby into her car. They killed him with a chisel and sent a ransom note to the boy's family the next morning. Bobby's body was quickly found with glasses. The police returned the prescription to Nathan Leopold. The boys' crime was discovered and both stood fast.
Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb were both sentenced to life imprisonment. Richard Loeb was stabbed in the prison showers and died at the age of 30. Nathan Leopold was in jail for 33 years until he was paroled. He lived quietly in Puerto Rico the rest of his life. 
8 Michael Skakel
The Skakel family was a wealthy family and closely related to the Kennedy family. The father seldom visited his children and allowed them to run amok under the supervision of the employees. The various nannies and tutors the Skakel family had over the years later recounted the torments they suffered from the Skakel children. A former nanny named Marie Kane said, "They used to kick me, Michael and Tommy. My legs were black and blue. "
A few years later, Michael had a crush on a girl named Martha Moxley. Martha is later found dead, her underpants and underwear pulled down and her head collapsed with a golf club resting next to her body. The golf club goes back to the family Skakel. Thomas Skakel was the last one seen with Martha and is considered a suspect. Both Thomas and Michael receive polygraph tests that they pass. In the following years, several people claimed that Michael admitted to killing Martha. Michael's story of where he was when Martha died has changed over the years. In 2000, Michael Skakel was charged with Martha's murder and later sentenced.
After several years of appeal, Michael was granted a new trial because the court agreed that his first lawyer was inadequate. He was not repeated and now lives as a free man. 
7 Phil Spector
Phil Spector was a music product that was responsible for many pop records that came out in the 1960s and featured famous singers such as Ike and Tina Turner and John Lennon. He worked for decades as a famous and highly successful music product, until his star faded, he was forgotten and became known as a hermit. Until 2003, when his name made headlines again and he shot actress Lana Clarkson in his home. He was charged with murder but his first trial in 2007 ended in a lawsuit. During his retrial in 2008, the judge ruled that the jury could consider the lesser charges of involuntary manslaughter and the original murder charge. He was later found guilty of second-degree murder and sentenced to 19 years in prison. He has filed several complaints, all of which have been rejected. Harold Landry
Harold Landry was a wealthy Texan who lived in England with his English-born wife Lucy Landry. He seemed to lead an ideal life from outside, but the couple's relationship had deteriorated and both began to see other people. Her marriage had become unstable and rage. Lucy had asked for a divorce and Harold had taken precautions so she would not benefit from one. On February 1, 2010, Lucy Landry was found dead. She had been stabbed more than 20 times. Her children were in the backyard, just a few paces from looking for her dead mother, but luckily the police found her first. Harold was arrested and claimed that Lucy had attacked him with a knife and he was defending himself. The prosecutor did not buy it. Harold Landry was sentenced to life imprisonment.
After the conviction, it was discovered that Harold had shot a man over a woman in the United States. The man had lived and Harold pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of complicated battery. He only got probation, a fine and had to perform community service. 
5 The Menendez Brothers
Lyle and Erik Menendez are the sons of wealthy entertainment manager José Menéndez and Mary Menéndez. When José and Mary were murdered, the brothers were initially not suspected. After the death of their parents, they immediately spent the money they had inherited, went on vacation, and bought cars and new homes. They went from unsuspecting to the main suspects. Erik confessed to his psychologist that he had killed his parents. He later threatened his psychologist and this psychologist told his lover about Erik's confessions and she told the police. The brothers were arrested.
In the trial, the brother's defense claimed that they had killed their parents because their father had abused Erik, and their father would have threatened them if they ever publicly disclosed this. They brought with them family members who said Erik had confided the abuse to them. The first two attempts ended with Mistrials. The brothers were later sentenced in the third trial and sentenced to life imprisonment. 
4 Ashton Sachs
Ashton Sachs was the son of Andra and Brad Sachs. In 2014, Andra, Brad and two of their children were shot dead in their home while they slept. The children were alive, but one of them was seriously injured and permanently paralyzed. Ashton played the role of the grieving son. At the funeral of his parents, he gave the eulogy: "I remember the fifth grade. We had to report on who our hero was to us, but even as a 13-year-old boy, I knew right away that my hero was my mother. I did my report about her.
He drove through the night for 18 hours to his parents' house. He brought an automatic rifle and wore a black cap and gloves. Ashton could not really explain why he had decided to kill his family. He chose a guilty verdict and was sentenced to four consecutive life sentences with additional penalties for improvement. 
3 Issei Sagawa
Issei Sagawa was born the son of wealthy parents and led a privileged life. Issei was allegedly interested in cannibalism at an early age, but he would not act until he was in his early thirties. He studied in France and had a classmate named Renée Hartevelt lured to his home. He needed help learning German. When they were alone, he killed her and then raped her body. After that, he began to eat her body. As the body began to smell, he packed the pieces into pieces and planned to dispose of them in the park, but he was about to dispose of the body. After his arrest, he was sent to a mental hospital in France and finally released into the care of the Japanese. He was never tried in Japan and is a free man until today. After his release, he gained a small fame, but eventually came to a standstill. Since he was rejected by his family, he strives to make ends meet. 
2 John Brooks
Millionaire John Brooks and his son Jesse paid several men to abduct and assassinate a craftsman named Jack Reid. Brooks had thought that Reid had robbed him, so he had conspired with his son to have him killed. The men who had paid Brooks testified that they had lured Brooks into the barn, beaten Jack Reid with a hammer, wrapped his body in plastic, and laid his body on the back of Reid's own dump truck had moved the dump truck to a dump truck loading parking where they left it. They each received a small sum of $ 10,000 to end Jack Reid's life.
John Brooks was found guilty of first-degree murder, and the conspiracy to commit murder occurred after a day's deliberation. 
1 John Du Pont
John Du Pont was a wealthy heir to the Du Pont family fortune. He was also what some might call strange and obsessed. He developed an all-consuming passion for wrestling that led to the tragic murder of Dave Schultz. According to those who witnessed the murder, John was in a time of extreme stress and shot Dave abruptly and for no apparent reason. John locked himself in his villa for two days while phoning the police. The police turned off the power and caught John as he went out to repair the heater. Du Pont did not plead guilty for insanity, but his defense was rejected by the court and a jury found him guilty.
He was sentenced to 13-30 years for murdering Dave Schultz and died at the age of 72 in prison.