fact or fiction

Is it fact or merely fiction? Fact or Fiction explores the myths and beliefs we hold about copycat killers, eyewitnesses testimony, what makes a murderer and more.

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    Published about a month ago
    Reason First: Man Kicks NYPD Officer Off of Train Platform, Sends Wrong Message About NYC

    Reason First: Man Kicks NYPD Officer Off of Train Platform, Sends Wrong Message About NYC

    In the big city that seems to have not caught a break in nearly two decades, New York Police Department officers must still deal with the savages in the streets. Like the goddess Soteria, who promoted safety and kept the good from harm, a lady cop in the greatest city in the world tried to wrangle a monster. In order to preserve the peace, her partner and she attempted to keep down a beast that ultimately kicked the female police officer into the path of trains. Fortunately, no engines ran on the subway track at the time of the kick.
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    Published 2 months ago
    Reason First: Texas Man Devises Hoax, Feds Apprehend and Charge Him

    Reason First: Texas Man Devises Hoax, Feds Apprehend and Charge Him

    Will people ever learn the lesson of not playing around with the almighty COVID-19 virus? Media outlets worship at the altar of the novel coronavirus as clicks and views continue to rack up in the name of the virus.
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    Published 2 months ago
    Man Sucker Punches Cop, Must Live with the Consequences

    Man Sucker Punches Cop, Must Live with the Consequences

    We must protect those who protect us. A miscreant named Nelson Jimenez, 31, stole a punch against a uniformed police officer. Why? Because of lack of reason. His immorality stems from the total collapse of morals, ethics, and values in his own mind. He was driven by years of Regressive education and subjective values. In the brief clip, the savage sucker punches the officer while his partner completed an arrest distinct from Jimenez’s crime.
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    Published 2 months ago
    Michael Blum - Lord Of DarkNet And The Underground Sex Industry

    Michael Blum - Lord Of DarkNet And The Underground Sex Industry

    The reputation of Michael Blum as a successful financial manipulator is not so great, as his title of the lord of DarkNet and the underworld sex industry. But is there any truth behind this fame or maybe he is only a victim of ambiguous gossips created by those who just envy his success as a venture investor? As they say, there is no smoke without a fire! And we have some evident information to make you think that gossips usually have some solid background. And we are not talking about some people like P. J. King, who is considered to lure Michael and helped him in the formation of a criminal union to help the US elite representatives from politics, economy and top managers of transatlantic companies to satisfy their lowest inclinations. He made a great job himself to earn such a criminal reputation. But let’s start from the very beginning.
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    Published 2 months 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.
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    Published 2 months 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.
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    Published 2 months 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?
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    Published 2 months ago
    Reason First: Will the Coronavirus do  More Harm Than Guns in Delaware?

    Reason First: Will the Coronavirus do More Harm Than Guns in Delaware?

    COVID-19 has pervaded the economy, legislature, media and daily lives of individuals in a myriad of ways. It has shut down entire cities. States have gone into emergency mode. Coronavirus has stopped so many elements of society but what it hasn’t managed to do is put an end to gun violence in Wilmington, Delaware.
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    Published 2 months ago
    Reason First: How Can a Cough Lead to an Arrest?

    Reason First: How Can a Cough Lead to an Arrest?

    In these times where hand washing, sanitizing, and covering coughs and sneezes in the crook of the arm have become more important than ever, a woman in Hanover, Pennsylvania felt the need to cough on produce. Whether she contracted the COVID-19 disease or not, law enforcement stepped in and arrested the woman on several charges.
  • Pamela Weaver
    Published 2 months ago
    12 Reasons Why I Invested In a Security System

    12 Reasons Why I Invested In a Security System

    Why invest in a home security system? Is this a worthy investment? Here is a list of pros vs cons as to why you might consider the investment.
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    Published 2 months ago
    Was The Pirate Code a Real Thing?

    Was The Pirate Code a Real Thing?

    Pirates remain one of our most romanticized groups of villains, from Captain Hook in Peter Pan to Long John Silver in Treasure Island, pirates have become a part of our stories, and our cultural mythology. Even in this modern day, buccaneers have taken center stage thanks to the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, which brings back the legends of Davy Jones, The Flying Dutchman, and other common myths that were found in general sailing culture, and specifically in the golden age of piracy during the 1600s.
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    Published 2 months ago
    Reason First: What Role Does Law Enforcement Play in the Theft of Toilet Paper Rolls?

    Reason First: What Role Does Law Enforcement Play in the Theft of Toilet Paper Rolls?

    When it comes down to stealing toilet paper from a hotel, you know that we’re in a crisis. Florida man (surprise, surprise) Angel Hernandezcinto, 31, pilfered the white stuff from a Marriott Hotel. Security personnel caught the man in the act and decided to take action. The report detailed how Hernandezcinto worked for the hotel as a custodian and could easily obtain the establishment’s cleaning and sanitary supplies.