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  • BenjiiXXV
    Published about 10 hours ago
    Greenberg's Experiment: Chapter One

    Greenberg's Experiment: Chapter One

    Chapter One: The Entree.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published about 11 hours ago
    Reason First: New Jerseyans Cough on Police, Make State Look Bad

    Reason First: New Jerseyans Cough on Police, Make State Look Bad

    Coughing and spitting is already disgusting enough. When people do these natural bodily functions against cops it becomes particularly heinous...and criminal. Six defendants including David Haley, 52, 51-year-old Raymond Ricciardi, 25-year-old Marina Bishara-Rhone, 31-year-old Kenneth Wideman Jr., 35-year-old Vanessa Shaaraway, and 35-year-old Jennifer Burgess now face charges of fourth-degree aggravated assault against an officer and a second-degree charge for making terroristic threats during a time of a state of emergency.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published a day ago
    Reason First: Man Shot in Wilmington, Delaware, News Outlets Still Have Time for Crime Stories

    Reason First: Man Shot in Wilmington, Delaware, News Outlets Still Have Time for Crime Stories

    A $233,000 cash-only bail signaled that crime continues despite outbreaks, quarantines, and PPE and ventilator shortages. 28-year-old Andre Davis received the cold bracelets of justice by the Wilmington, Delaware police in relation to allegedly shooting a 52-year-old man. The police charged Davis with first-degree attempted murder, first-degree robbery, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, possession of a firearm by a person prohibited and receiving a stolen firearm.
  • Joseph K Manibusan Jr
    Published 2 days ago
    The Daring Escape

    The Daring Escape

    Breaking news! The London Museum of Art has just been robbed late last night, and the robbers took three Picasso’s and five Van Gough's! The tv blared the next morning, waking the entirety of London. The city was in an uproar all except two very cunning and happy lovers as they lay in bed with smiles on their faces.
  • The Soul Whisperer
    Published 2 days ago
    The Dark Night Rider

    The Dark Night Rider

    It’s a quiet Sunday evening in Japan and a family are gathered around a table, singing “Happy Birthday” to their daughter. The cake in front of her is delicately layered with fudge and sat together in the very centre are two candles, a number “1” and “0”. On the edge there is a rich cream swirled all around, with fresh sliced strawberries sitting perfectly on top. Everyone is cheering except the only eldest son “Katsumi” who staggers upstairs, unimpressed by it all.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 3 days ago
    Reason First: A Champion’s Woes

    Reason First: A Champion’s Woes

    Although Floyd Mayweather Jr. may hold a perfect record in the ring after win after win, his personal life has seen some more losses. In addition to being incarcerated years ago, his uncle dying, having the mother of three of his children, Josie Harris die unexpectedly, and now a daughter (not a child of Harris’) who allegedly stabbed YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s girlfriend, the champ’s head is certainly heavy.
Staff Picks
  • Mia O'Sullivan
    Published 5 months ago
    The Great Alcatraz Escape
  • Charles Leon
    Published 5 months ago
    Broken Windows Theory

    Broken Windows Theory

    In the 1980s crime in New York City had reached almost epidemic proportions. Apparently, New York was suffering by increased immigration and as a result a much younger population and, added to that, New Yorkers were hit hard by welfare cuts. It wasn’t safe to travel the subway and you would be advised not to go to certain areas, particularly after dark. Yet, by the end of the 1990s the city had cleaned up its act and saw a dramatic fall in the rate of crime.
  • Herbert Seward III
    Published 10 months ago
    Series Review: 'When They See Us'

    Series Review: 'When They See Us'

    So... when I saw this dramatic re-telling of the ordeal of the Central Park 5 being advertised on Netflix, I was already pretty sure that it was going to be must-watch television. I was also extremely apprehensive about seeing the events through the eyes of these five kids (now grown men) and being able to emotionally process it all. The case (and the legal and societal issues it brings to the forefront) kind of hits close to home for me as a parent, and as an African-American man. I'd seen the Ken Burns documentary on the Central Park 5 a while back, so I was already very familiar with the case, and some of the very problematic issues it brought to the table for the American public to address. Systemic racism, classism, and lack of accountability for law enforcement and agents of the legal system were all things that were at the forefront of the documentary. Ava Duvernay did an excellent job of showing the social and personal toll this case had on these men and their families, as well as the greater impact that the institutions of the law and media played in that accrued trauma. Every episode of this mini-series was visceral and traumatic. Whether it was the very public shunning of Yusuf Salaam, Antron McCray, Kevin Richardson, and Raymond Santana upon their release from custody as adults, to the entire fourth episode being devoted to the ordeal of Korey Wise's experiences at Riker's Island as an adult, the entire progression of the series takes a huge emotional toll on the audience watching it.
  • Daniel Sullivan
    Published 10 months ago
    I Thought I'd Always Be a Criminal

    I Thought I'd Always Be a Criminal

    I am a criminal, I heard that so often that I believed it. My mother told me that my father was killed in a shootout with the police, so I grew up with this idea in my head of who I was based on things I was told. Turns out that my father died almost thirty years after my mother told me that he did. I grew up dirt poor and my step father was physically abusive to me and my sister. We moved to a new city every couple of years, I always felt that I did not fit in. Kids, being who they are, would tease me about my Goodwill clothes and my parents ugly car. I started to steal candy from the local store early on and I learned that if I gave candy to the kids that they would like me or at least pretend to. As I got older I began to associate money with acceptance. I never felt like I was good enough for people to just like me, so I bought friends often by stealing and hustling.
  • Vidello Productions
    Published about a year ago
    13 Expensive Things Owned by Celebrity Prisoners

    13 Expensive Things Owned by Celebrity Prisoners

    13. Montauk Beach Home—Bernie Madoff
  • Mr. Davis
    Published about a year ago
    The Shocking Story of the UK's Youngest Killer: Mary Bell

    The Shocking Story of the UK's Youngest Killer: Mary Bell

    WARNING: This case involves shocking violence against two children, by another child. This isn't for the faint of heart.
Book Reviews
Capital Punishment
  • Ahmad Issa
    Published 11 days ago
          Death Row

    Death Row

    My name is Ahmad Issa, and this is my true story about me and the justice system in the United States of America.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 16 days ago
    Reason First: Bring back the Total Death Penalty in Delaware

    Reason First: Bring back the Total Death Penalty in Delaware

    A gurney with a body rolls into the forensics laboratory. It has only expired a few minutes ago. It is the corpse of a monster. A male convicted of multiple counts of rape perished behind prison walls. Good riddance. The evil man had died at the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrna, Delaware. He succumbed due to his cancer. For the rapes, the state sentenced him to life in prison with an additional twenty years. Fortunately, science silenced this brute. It’s only right that he should die behind bars rather than reach a parole date which would have been extremely difficult with his sentence.
  • Lauryl Sandman
    Published 18 days ago
    Unpopular Opinion:The Death Penalty Needs to be Suspended

    Unpopular Opinion:The Death Penalty Needs to be Suspended

    What began as a public event soon became more private as executions were moved from outdoor gathering spaces to within prison walls. The death penalty has been in use in the United States since the mid-1600s. Early criminals were often put to death in front of jeering crowds who celebrated the act of execution. But the morbid desire to see people being killed was not diminished once executions were removed from public spaces. Crowds of people still clamored to gain entry to the exclusive events. The more publicized the crime, the more well-attended the execution.
Celebrities
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 3 days ago
    Reason First: A Champion’s Woes

    Reason First: A Champion’s Woes

    Although Floyd Mayweather Jr. may hold a perfect record in the ring after win after win, his personal life has seen some more losses. In addition to being incarcerated years ago, his uncle dying, having the mother of three of his children, Josie Harris die unexpectedly, and now a daughter (not a child of Harris’) who allegedly stabbed YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s girlfriend, the champ’s head is certainly heavy.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 3 days ago
    Reason First: Playboi Carti Arrested, COVID-19 Made Second Thought for the Time Being

    Reason First: Playboi Carti Arrested, COVID-19 Made Second Thought for the Time Being

    When it comes to rappers and gun and drug charges, they have the power to put a pandemic on the mind’s backburner, momentarily. Playboi Carti received charges for possessing controlled substances and firearms. This is the best news out right now. There’s no word of coughing and sneezing and trying to slice through red tape to get ventilators. This a routine and almost a running gag going on in the hip hop genre. Thankfully, Playboi Carti got stopped on weed, Xanax, and cocaine rather than coming down with COVID-19.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 5 days ago
    Reason First: Tekashi69 Catches Break Due to COVID-19

    Reason First: Tekashi69 Catches Break Due to COVID-19

    Snitches get breaks, too. And not the bodily harm type. Tekashi69 will be moved to his private residence after serving for over a year behind the wall. Like a young wolf let go from a cage only to be confined to a household, Tekashi will fulfill the rest of his two-year sentence as a certified snitch. This brave young man who brought down his gang cronies in a court of law should be upheld as the teller excellence of his generation. Along with Italian mobster Sammy “The Bull” Gravano and 80’s Crack Era hustler “Alpo” Martinez, Tekashi takes his place among the hallowed hall of snitches.
Fact Or Fiction
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published about 11 hours ago
    Reason First: New Jerseyans Cough on Police, Make State Look Bad

    Reason First: New Jerseyans Cough on Police, Make State Look Bad

    Coughing and spitting is already disgusting enough. When people do these natural bodily functions against cops it becomes particularly heinous...and criminal. Six defendants including David Haley, 52, 51-year-old Raymond Ricciardi, 25-year-old Marina Bishara-Rhone, 31-year-old Kenneth Wideman Jr., 35-year-old Vanessa Shaaraway, and 35-year-old Jennifer Burgess now face charges of fourth-degree aggravated assault against an officer and a second-degree charge for making terroristic threats during a time of a state of emergency.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 7 days ago
    Reason First: Do You Believe in COVID-19?

    Reason First: Do You Believe in COVID-19?

    Many people would claim the unknown and the unknowable as their source of strength and refuge. But would these same people be able to say that you can pray away charges? Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne of Tampa Bay, Florida held a service at his church in defiance of the law and rationality. He kept a congregation of folks under one roof, going against the laws of lawful assembly and safety and health. For these acts, Howard-Browne received the cold bracelets of justice.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 9 days ago
    Reason First: Who Will Stop the Thieves in the State of Delaware?

    Reason First: Who Will Stop the Thieves in the State of Delaware?

    Libertarians love to boast about “anarchs-capitalism” (negating the fact that it’s an anti-concept or worse) and of course the non-aggression principle. They often view the government as a body to be held in low esteem. This includes law enforcement. But who will protect the citizens against criminals if not for the police officers and detectives that make up the force?
Fiction
  • BenjiiXXV
    Published about 10 hours ago
    Greenberg's Experiment: Chapter One

    Greenberg's Experiment: Chapter One

    Chapter One: The Entree.
  • Joseph K Manibusan Jr
    Published 2 days ago
    The Daring Escape

    The Daring Escape

    Breaking news! The London Museum of Art has just been robbed late last night, and the robbers took three Picasso’s and five Van Gough's! The tv blared the next morning, waking the entirety of London. The city was in an uproar all except two very cunning and happy lovers as they lay in bed with smiles on their faces.
  • The Soul Whisperer
    Published 2 days ago
    The Dark Night Rider

    The Dark Night Rider

    It’s a quiet Sunday evening in Japan and a family are gathered around a table, singing “Happy Birthday” to their daughter. The cake in front of her is delicately layered with fudge and sat together in the very centre are two candles, a number “1” and “0”. On the edge there is a rich cream swirled all around, with fresh sliced strawberries sitting perfectly on top. Everyone is cheering except the only eldest son “Katsumi” who staggers upstairs, unimpressed by it all.
Guilty
  • Elliot Fitscher
    Published 3 days ago
    This Nigerian Fraudster 'Sold A Fake Airport' That Never Existed For $242m

    This Nigerian Fraudster 'Sold A Fake Airport' That Never Existed For $242m

    Victor Lustig - Sells the Eiffel tower for 100,000 francs, Emmanuel Nwude, hold my beer - sells an airport that doesn’t exist for $242 million!
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 13 days ago
    Reason First: Ex-Cop Guilty of Rape Seeks House Arrest in Light of COVID-19

    Reason First: Ex-Cop Guilty of Rape Seeks House Arrest in Light of COVID-19

    Cops get a bad reputation. They are often seen as a necessary evil rather than a supremely needed aspect of a properly functioning government. They are often looked at with disdain at the least and out and out hostility at the worst. And when one of them breaks bad, it seems like the entire force is to blame. But let’s keep it individualized. Naming every police officer as a crook, on the take, or vicious in some way is a severe and subjective viewpoint. One former law enforcement officer who should receive blame is Pete Williston. He was convicted of raping his stepdaughter starting when she was only 14 and he was in his late 30’s and early 40’s. This heinous crime was committed by one evil cop, not every policeman on the beat. What makes this whole affair even worse is that the now 50-year-old Williston is seeking house arrest due to the courts being closed in the wake of COVID-19. That’s right. This ex-cop, criminal rapist wants to taste a bit of liberty because of the recent outbreak.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 14 days ago
    Reason First: Harvey Weinstein Stricken with Coronavirus, What Now?

    Reason First: Harvey Weinstein Stricken with Coronavirus, What Now?

    Just when you think that the COVID-19 virus would overshadow every other news item, it once again became part of another story. Disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein contracted the novel coronavirus while imprisoned. Will the world weep? With this creep still breathing, will anyone shed a tear or rush to his aid besides medical workers? Weinstein’s crimes remain some of the most vicious in Hollywood history. Make that American history. His 23-year sentence may still be too light for his evil actions. Now, with the coronavirus, maybe the story about how he abused all of those women will come to an even brighter spotlight.
Incarceration
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 13 days ago
    Reason First: Is B Will His Brother, Big Daddy Yum Yum’s, Keeper or Shooter?

    Reason First: Is B Will His Brother, Big Daddy Yum Yum’s, Keeper or Shooter?

    Aggravated second-degree battery was the case that they gave him. Rapper Brian Alexander “B Will” Wilcott shot his professional wrestler brother Byron “Big Daddy Yum Yum” Wilcott for allegedly “talking too loud.” Talk about sibling rivalry. The brother’s voice got too high apparently so B Will had to grab his gat and get to blasting. Big Daddy Yum Yum is recovering from non-life threatening injuries to his abdomen, thigh and wrist.
  • Eddie J Grym
    Published about a month ago
    Stars of Solace (ep. 2)

    Stars of Solace (ep. 2)

    Hello again. This is Axel, writing to you from a notebook that I hope no one will discover yet. Actually, this counts more as my first time writing here since I sent my previous letter through the wind like a paper plane; looking back, it was foolish and desperate. It hasn't been a day since I last wrote something, so I will try to keep this a daily effort, at least until I get out.
  • Phil Cartwright
    Published about a month ago
    'Midnight Express'

    'Midnight Express'

    Billy Hayes is an American writer, actor, and film director. He is best known for his autobiographical book Midnight Express about his experiences in and escape from a Turkish prison after being convicted of smuggling hashish. He was one of hundreds of U.S. citizens in foreign jails serving drug charge sentences following a drug smuggling crackdown by foreign governments.
Investigation
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published a day ago
    Reason First: Man Shot in Wilmington, Delaware, News Outlets Still Have Time for Crime Stories

    Reason First: Man Shot in Wilmington, Delaware, News Outlets Still Have Time for Crime Stories

    A $233,000 cash-only bail signaled that crime continues despite outbreaks, quarantines, and PPE and ventilator shortages. 28-year-old Andre Davis received the cold bracelets of justice by the Wilmington, Delaware police in relation to allegedly shooting a 52-year-old man. The police charged Davis with first-degree attempted murder, first-degree robbery, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, possession of a firearm by a person prohibited and receiving a stolen firearm.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 6 days ago
    Reason First: Why are People Still Getting Shot in Wilmington, Delaware?

    Reason First: Why are People Still Getting Shot in Wilmington, Delaware?

    As the death toll rises in America to surpass China due to the novel coronavirus, there remain shooters out in these Wilmington, Delaware streets. For what? Little details surface regarding the actual incidents. News reporters just say the age and gender of the victim or survivor and when and where they received rounds to the body among other details. Rarely is the discussion of a reason why the person was shot or any leads on who perpetrated the shooting. In Wilmington, Delaware, the news of someone getting shot has become such a normalcy that when world changing events like the spread of COVID-19 hit, it becomes just another section of the daily journal.
  • Wade Wainio
    Published 7 days ago
    Thoughts on the Sodder Children Disappearance

    Thoughts on the Sodder Children Disappearance

    Let me be honest here: I do not have any amazing new information to present in this case. In fact, I'll admit that I only recently learned about this entire story. However, I will do my best to put the details into perspective, though they seem forever scrambled regardless of how they're pieced together.
Movie Review
  • Em Em
    Published 21 days ago
    Everything Wrong With The 2007 Movie "The Brave One"

    Everything Wrong With The 2007 Movie "The Brave One"

    Today I'm going to discuss what is ethically wrong in the movie “The brave one” with Jodie Foster. First, I will do it in a small summary format so you as the reader will understand what the movie is about. Before I start I want to point out that the whole movie was very dry to my taste and Jodie Foster carried this movie. She was playing incredibly well, when other actors were playing their roles pretty weak and poorly.
  • Marielle Sabbag
    Published 22 days ago
    Identity Thief - A Movie Review

    Identity Thief - A Movie Review

    Remember, never sell your identity to anyone over the phone. You will regret the crazy adventure you will find yourself in.
  • Jaime Hunter
    Published 2 months ago
    The True Crime Shows You Have to Catch
Tv Review
  • A. N. Merchant
    Published 4 days ago
    True Terror: The Curious Disappearance of Jack 'Don' Lewis

    True Terror: The Curious Disappearance of Jack 'Don' Lewis

    The cold case of missing millionaire Jack Donald Lewis who disappeared over 20 years ago has been brought back into the spotlight by popular Netflix documentary Tiger King.
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published 13 days ago
    Unsolved Crimes on 'The Haves and the Have Nots'

    Unsolved Crimes on 'The Haves and the Have Nots'

    There have been many unsolved crimes on Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots that airs on the Oprah Winfrey Network. Those cases include ten deaths and other crimes that have not been solved. The crimes date back to the very first season, and Perry keeps adding new crimes without bringing closure to the old ones.
  • Trevor Wells
    Published 20 days ago
    Lifetime Review: 'Into the Arms of Danger'

    Lifetime Review: 'Into the Arms of Danger'

    With her father's death still weighing on her mother's mind, college bound teen Jenny Monroe (AlexAnn Hopkins) finds herself contending with Laura's (Laurie Fortier) desperate attempts to keep her daughter safe. So with Laura out of town, Jenny takes the opportunity to go to a concert. But on the way there, a tense phone call with her mother gets Jenny into an accident, with an ambulance quickly arriving.