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  • Charles Shi
    Published about 5 hours ago
    Moog Aircraft Wanted the Whistle Blower Silenced

    Moog Aircraft Wanted the Whistle Blower Silenced

    Request for the FAA to forward the massive counterfeiting Boeing safety parts to LEA with no further delay
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published about 21 hours ago
    Reason First: Michael Avenatti Found Guilty, Justice and Selfishness Win the Day

    Reason First: Michael Avenatti Found Guilty, Justice and Selfishness Win the Day

    When an attorney needs defense attorneys, that usually means that there’s real trouble. Former lawyer Michael Avenatti received a guilty verdict related to an extortion case involving the athletic apparel giant Nike amongst other charges. He faces at least two scores in prison at sentencing in June 2020. Known as the lawyer for adult film actress Stormy Daniels, Avenatti seemed poised to even one day ascend to the highest office in the land. Now, he is confined to a jail cell and allegedly being treated “like a caged animal.” Good. His smugness and subjectivism did him in this time. He just knew that his thousand dollar suits and slick talk would get him out of this jam. Such was not the case.
  • Kaylyn Saucedo
    Published 2 days ago
    The Time I Briefly Saw a Real Yakuza

    The Time I Briefly Saw a Real Yakuza

    As hard as it is to explain to anybody on the outside who has no idea who I am, what I do, or anything I'm involved in, it's almost an understatement to say that "yakuza" became something of an on-brand identity for me this past year. For starters (and this is going to sound absolutely ludicrous), I was pretty deeply involved in a very public conversation about an American anime voice actor who had allegedly been involved in numerous sexual harassment and assault allegations over the last few decades. When a Japanese friend of mine saw my Twitter feed and was beginning to grow concerned about some of the horrendous things she was seeing not only about the actor but about his vitriolic and vengeful fan base that she didn't necessarily understand, I made the mistake of responding to her tweets to me in Japanese briefly explaining the situation I was going through. From there, that fan base began spinning the narrative to say that I was slandering the actor's name to Japan, and that--even more absurdly--surely by me speaking such ills of this actor in another language, I have incited the rage of the Japanese crime syndicate, the yakuza.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 2 days ago
    Reason First: Is it Selfish for Thou to Steal?

    Reason First: Is it Selfish for Thou to Steal?

    When it comes to the believers who entrust their funds in their houses of worship, they expect those dollars to be handled well. This, allegedly, did not happen in Florence Township, New Jersey. Taisha Smith-Dejoseph, 43, is accused of fraud and embezzlement among other charges as the former volunteer of the St. Paul’s Baptist Church. Any non-believer or devout parishioner can see that this is an egregious slight against the letter of the law. For Smith-Dejoseph to so brazenly steal and lie should disturb both camps.
  • Johnny Vedmore
    Published 2 days ago
    Johnny’s Data Diving Part 2: Henry A. Brown School & Philadelphia Police Fail to Respond to Abuse Allegations

    Johnny’s Data Diving Part 2: Henry A. Brown School & Philadelphia Police Fail to Respond to Abuse Allegations

    It’s a horrible place to be. I had been gazing at the various titles of the films being shared by I.P. 96.227.59.114 and I was sick to my stomach. Their username on the file sharing software that they were utilising was “Darkshadow”. I checked to see if I could locate the local internet exchange using the I.P. address. The results came back as Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, postal code 19125. Darkshadow appeared to be a complete idiot. He was sharing films exclaiming the sexual involvement of children between the ages of 8 years old up to 16 years old. Some of the worst titles that one could conjure up were being shared alongside two documents revealing the identity of the man who owned the computer. One document was entitled “PDCertificate.pdf” and the other was named “John Humenik Jr.docx”. This is something which I've witnessed over and over again since I began hunting sex offenders; people sharing their CV’s alongside child abuse films and images. You really have to be as dumb as they come to do such a thing but there are plenty of dumb paedophiles in the world. I opened up the other document. It was a Philadelphia School’s District certificate also inscribed with the name John Humenik.
  • Lonely Whale
    Published 3 days ago
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Staff Picks
  • Mia O'Sullivan
    Published 3 months ago
    The Great Alcatraz Escape
  • Charles Leon
    Published 3 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 8 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 9 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
  • Daniel da Chao Samico
    Published about a month ago
    DEATH PENALTY, MY LAW.

    DEATH PENALTY, MY LAW.

    First of all lets make clear that these are my views and only mine, also I warn that they require the correct attention and understanding otherwise I may come across as some kind of self-appointed king.
  • Edward Anderson
    Published 6 months ago
    Delayed Death No More in Texas

    Delayed Death No More in Texas

    "Lord forgive them. They don't know what they are doing," those are the last words of convicted murderer Larry Swearingen. In July of 2000, a jury found Swearingen guilty of raping and murdering 19-year-old Melissa Trott. Crimes he adamantly denied committing, despite the "mountain of evidence" against him.
  • Mia O'Sullivan
    Published 8 months ago
    Richard Chase: The Vampire of Sacramento

    Richard Chase: The Vampire of Sacramento

    Note: This story contains accounts of murder, necrophilia, and cannibalism, each as disturbing and gory as the other.
Celebrities
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 3 days ago
    Reason First: Who Killed James Brown?

    Reason First: Who Killed James Brown?

    The Hardest Working Man in Show Business, James Brown, met his end in 2006. Now, new evidence suggests that someone murdered Brown. District Attorney from Atlanta Paul Howard, is determined to find facts sufficient enough to evaluate the claims. A woman says that the case should be re-examined. Jacque Hollander brought the idea of Brown being laid down by wicked hands to Howard. She also alleged that Brown’s wife Adrienne had died under suspicious circumstances after a cosmetic surgery incident. Rumors had swirled like a tornado sweeping through the midwest but left only trails of misunderstanding and falsehoods. So, what does all of this mean? Most likely, people will not be as interested in an investigation as digging up old dirt will not bring Brown back to life. But with the Who Killed Malcolm X? Netflix special that shone a light on the assasination of the Muslim leader, folks, on the other hand, may crave clues as to the shady death of one of the world’s biggest acts.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 5 days ago
    Reason First: Jussie Smollett Indicted, Bizarre Case Resurfaces

    Reason First: Jussie Smollett Indicted, Bizarre Case Resurfaces

    While a hate crime is an anticoncept, it should still be discussed. As a result of our twisted culture where people feel that America is a democracy (it’s a constitutional republic) and where young men allegedly lie about being attacked, it is easy to slip up and not regard the truth. For Jussie Smollett, the case from over a year ago which brought international attention has resurfaced with an indictment against the actor. How he contends against the facts will be a tough fight. And he will, it seems, ultimately lose.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 9 days ago
    Reason First: What Should Jaydayoungan Do?

    Reason First: What Should Jaydayoungan Do?

    Jaydayoungan has got problems.
Fact Or Fiction
  • Steven W Meistrich
    Published 17 days ago
    My Enigmatic Memoirs

    My Enigmatic Memoirs

    It was Saturday, which meant only one thing; soccer. Lacing up the cleats for another day of coaching my proud, eight year old warriors. Shane wasn’t interested in soccer. He wasn’t interested in any sports. He was however, passionate about picking dandelions on the soccer field, a trait he inherited from me. I was coaching for one simple reason . . . I didn’t want some frustrated, under achieving, former jock, screaming at my son because he really didn’t give a shit. Shane and I preferred the flowers, well, more precisely, the pretty yellow weeds.
  • Jodey Schmidt
    Published 27 days ago
    Creeper at work

    Creeper at work

    From September 2014 - December 2016, I worked at The Home Depot. For the last year I worked there, plus even some time after I had quit, there was one employee that worked there that scared the living shit out of me and I was actually terrified of. For the sake of this story, we will call him Eric, but please note, this is NOT his real name.
  • Charles Leon
    Published 3 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.
Fiction
  • Lonely Whale
    Published 3 days ago
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  • J.Jackson
    Published 5 days ago
    The Mistress

    The Mistress

    As I sat at my vanity looking at my pale white skin, I almost wish I was of more than middle class. I examined my lightly beige silk lined dress, and my hair which was hardly out of place, wishing for a simpler life - a life where I was still in love, a life where I didn't dream of financial independence, a life where I was happy and excited every time I dressed with such elegance.
  • Ian Worrall
    Published 6 days ago
    Escape

    Escape

    I had to duck for cover, and I made it just in time before they spotted me. I saw the patches on the jackets of the biker gang I betrayed, and I knew that if they saw me, I would be dead within the hour. And it wouldn't be a quick death.
Guilty
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published about 21 hours ago
    Reason First: Michael Avenatti Found Guilty, Justice and Selfishness Win the Day

    Reason First: Michael Avenatti Found Guilty, Justice and Selfishness Win the Day

    When an attorney needs defense attorneys, that usually means that there’s real trouble. Former lawyer Michael Avenatti received a guilty verdict related to an extortion case involving the athletic apparel giant Nike amongst other charges. He faces at least two scores in prison at sentencing in June 2020. Known as the lawyer for adult film actress Stormy Daniels, Avenatti seemed poised to even one day ascend to the highest office in the land. Now, he is confined to a jail cell and allegedly being treated “like a caged animal.” Good. His smugness and subjectivism did him in this time. He just knew that his thousand dollar suits and slick talk would get him out of this jam. Such was not the case.
  • Wade Wainio
    Published 6 days ago
    Serial Killer Javed Iqbal Wanted to Kill Exactly 100 Children

    Serial Killer Javed Iqbal Wanted to Kill Exactly 100 Children

    "You will be strangled to death in front of the parents whose children you killed. Your body will then be cut into 100 pieces and put in acid, the same way you killed the children." — Judge Allah Bukhsh Ranjha, dealing out the sentence to serial child murderer Javed Iqbal Umayr
  • Genealogy Freak
    Published 10 days ago
    Harmon Hopson: Outlaw of the Norfolk & Western Railroad
Incarceration
  • Sarah Rodgers
    Published 5 days ago
    The Terrible Truth About Missing a Court Date While You have a Bond-Bail Jumping

    The Terrible Truth About Missing a Court Date While You have a Bond-Bail Jumping

    Bail Jumping is when a person accused of a crime and freed on bail skips their court trial without just cause and attempts to escape court before being sentenced or convicted.
  • Sarah Rodgers
    Published 19 days ago
    Bail Bonds: Expectations vs. Reality

    Bail Bonds: Expectations vs. Reality

    Everyone thinks a bail bond is used for a criminal; someone put in jail for wrongly committing a severe crime. But that's where you are wrong. There are various ways a man can be placed in jail; in fact, even smaller innocent crimes that seem like nothing can cause someone to be put in jail.
  • Paige Kostyniuk
    Published about a month ago
    The Devil's Bride

    The Devil's Bride

    It was one of those days that dragged on at school, and I couldn't wait for the class to end. I usually go to the coffee shop on the corner where they make the best darn coffee along with the sexiest business men that you could lay your eyes on.
Investigation
  • Charles Shi
    Published about 5 hours ago
    Moog Aircraft Wanted the Whistle Blower Silenced

    Moog Aircraft Wanted the Whistle Blower Silenced

    Request for the FAA to forward the massive counterfeiting Boeing safety parts to LEA with no further delay
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 2 days ago
    Reason First: Is it Selfish for Thou to Steal?

    Reason First: Is it Selfish for Thou to Steal?

    When it comes to the believers who entrust their funds in their houses of worship, they expect those dollars to be handled well. This, allegedly, did not happen in Florence Township, New Jersey. Taisha Smith-Dejoseph, 43, is accused of fraud and embezzlement among other charges as the former volunteer of the St. Paul’s Baptist Church. Any non-believer or devout parishioner can see that this is an egregious slight against the letter of the law. For Smith-Dejoseph to so brazenly steal and lie should disturb both camps.
  • Johnny Vedmore
    Published 2 days ago
    Johnny’s Data Diving Part 2: Henry A. Brown School & Philadelphia Police Fail to Respond to Abuse Allegations

    Johnny’s Data Diving Part 2: Henry A. Brown School & Philadelphia Police Fail to Respond to Abuse Allegations

    It’s a horrible place to be. I had been gazing at the various titles of the films being shared by I.P. 96.227.59.114 and I was sick to my stomach. Their username on the file sharing software that they were utilising was “Darkshadow”. I checked to see if I could locate the local internet exchange using the I.P. address. The results came back as Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, postal code 19125. Darkshadow appeared to be a complete idiot. He was sharing films exclaiming the sexual involvement of children between the ages of 8 years old up to 16 years old. Some of the worst titles that one could conjure up were being shared alongside two documents revealing the identity of the man who owned the computer. One document was entitled “PDCertificate.pdf” and the other was named “John Humenik Jr.docx”. This is something which I've witnessed over and over again since I began hunting sex offenders; people sharing their CV’s alongside child abuse films and images. You really have to be as dumb as they come to do such a thing but there are plenty of dumb paedophiles in the world. I opened up the other document. It was a Philadelphia School’s District certificate also inscribed with the name John Humenik.
Movie Review
  • Jaime Hunter
    Published 11 days ago
    The True Crime Shows You Have to Catch
  • Peter P
    Published 29 days ago
    Film Review : Inherit the Viper (2019)

    Film Review : Inherit the Viper (2019)

    Josie… promise me something. Protecting this family comes first. When it’s time to quit, we quit. No questions asked.
  • Annie Kapur
    Published 2 months ago
    A Filmmaker's Review: "Like Minds" (2006)

    A Filmmaker's Review: "Like Minds" (2006)

    A highly underrated cult thriller, "Like Minds" (2006) is mostly based on and depends on the understanding of various Christian/Anti-Vatican historical legends and facts in order to make sense of the film. Thankfully, if you're over 12 you've probably heard of them at least and the rest of it is explained in the film. I've probably watched this film some five or six times and the first time was just recently after it came out and it really creeped out the then, eleven year old me. It was a DVD release and was about a year after the release of the film. It's pretty gory and there's a bit to stomach but mostly it's a thriller and a very psychological one at that, so let's investigate what made this film so damn good.
Tv Review
  • Jord Tury
    Published about a month ago
    Netflix's Obsession With Crime Documentaries

    Netflix's Obsession With Crime Documentaries

    I'd be lying if I said Netflix doesn't give enough love and affection to crime documentaries in their library of over a thousand shows. I'd also be blind, considering a good portion of the catalogue evolves around the touchy subject. But, evidently, Netflix do seem to have a special bond with crime dramas and murder mysteries. Now, whether that's a good thing or not – you'll have to tell me. Either way, there's no denying Netflix's thirst for criminal mastermind binge-worthy seasons. That's apparently a running theme they've been sticking with since the launch of the streaming service. But, why? It's not like we all have a soft spot for serial killings. Or, maybe we do, I don't know.
  • Paul Levinson
    Published 2 months ago
    Review of 'You' Season 2

    Review of 'You' Season 2

    Well, it's rare that a mystery or thriller surprises me with almost all of its twists, but the second season of You, now streaming on Netflix, did just that. And with the same wit and style that lit up the first season, maybe even more. All of which adds up to a highly, often immensely, enjoyable second season of this literate and introspective serial killer.
  • Et Imperatrix Noctem
    Published 2 months ago
    Review of 'What Makes a Murderer'

    Review of 'What Makes a Murderer'

    What Makes a Murderer is a Channel 4 documentary series exploring an age-old myth: Are murders born killers? The series is co-produced by Dragonfly and UnderworldTV, a TV production company made of ex-criminals and crime experts. At the moment of this writing, it has aired the entire 3 episodes.