guilty

Don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time; a look into all aspects of a guilty verdict from the burden of proof to conviction to the judge’s sentence and more.

  • Priscilla Leach
    Published 2 years ago
    Jodi Arias - A True Murder Story

    Jodi Arias - A True Murder Story

    The Jodi Arias case was among one of the most popular cases in America in 2015. How could someone so innocent looking do such a heinous crime?
  • Crow Zing
    Published 2 years ago
    Theorist

    Theorist

    The Tuen Mun rapist terrorized the entire city for 16 months, starting from April 1992 to April 1993. When he was arrested, he was arrested and convicted of ten rapes and three counts of murder.
  • Not Important
    Published 2 years ago
    Guilty: Part 1

    Guilty: Part 1

    We are all guilty of something at some point it seems. In my case, it was drinking and driving. Not my finest of decisions. Unfortunately, I do not remember much from that night. Everything seems blurred together and vague.
  • Silence Unhinged
    Published 2 years ago
    Serial Killer Files: Jeffrey Dahmer, Part 1—Early Life and Family

    Serial Killer Files: Jeffrey Dahmer, Part 1—Early Life and Family

    In the first part of this Serial Killer File we look at the early life and family of Jeffrey Dahmer, The Milwaukee Cannibal, asking the question: what drove him to the crimes that he is well known for to this day?
  • Ashley Smith
    Published 2 years ago
    Ted Bundy: Life and Victims

    Ted Bundy: Life and Victims

    Everyone knows who Ted Bundy was; one of the most prolific serial killers in history. He was born on November 24, 1946 and was finally placed in the electric chair on January 24, 1989 after confessing to raping and murdering at least 30 young women from 1974 until 1978. His victims often said he was a charismatic and handsome man who often used an injury to lure women to his Volkswagen beetle before brutally attacking them. In addition to the 30 women he confessed to murdering, he is suspected to up to 100 more, but they have not been confirmed.
  • Katy Preen
    Published 2 years ago
    The Trouble with Kids These Days

    The Trouble with Kids These Days

    Last night, I watched an episode of 999: What’s Your Emergency? while working on one of my many literary projects. I’m not usually that interested in mainstream TV, but tonight’s episode covered underage criminals, and this was something of a hot topic where I grew up. Basically, the area was rough as fuck, and gangs of out-of-control children roamed the streets, vandalising and stealing stuff and starting fights with strangers. And these were children. Not even teenagers, but kids. As a result of my experiences growing up, I still have a fear of groups of young people. I’ve been primed to expect danger. Even living nowadays in an inner-city area, that sort of trouble is unthinkable to most people that I know—and yet on the council estates that we choose to forget, this is everyday life.
  • Jenny Reed
    Published 2 years ago
    Serial Killer Deep Dive: John Wayne Gacy

    Serial Killer Deep Dive: John Wayne Gacy

    Clowns. To some they're joyous characters who entertain children, to others they're terrifying monsters. With horror films such as Clown and the 2017 remake of IT, it's no wonder why some people might find clowns scary.
  • Jenny Reed
    Published 2 years ago
    Manson: Inside the Mind of a Murderous Cult Leader

    Manson: Inside the Mind of a Murderous Cult Leader

    Mind control. Thought manipulation. Brainwashing. It's all terminology that people hear in the movies. But what if this isn't a movie? What if there was a man who was able to command people into killing without doing any of the dirty work himself? This man existed and he was the leader of one of the most dangerous cults of all time. Meet Charles Manson.
  • Reagan OFarrell
    Published 2 years ago
    Serial Killer Jane Toppan

    Serial Killer Jane Toppan

    Jane Toppan (birth name: Honora)
  • Alyssa Horn
    Published 2 years ago
    Top Six Most Brutal Serial Killers Ever

    Top Six Most Brutal Serial Killers Ever

    This article is not for the faint of heart. Just to throw this out there… I don’t have a morbid fascination for serial killers. But I do have to study them for my psychology classes because of the field of work that I would like to enter into. Anyways; let’s get started!
  • Alyssa Horn
    Published 2 years ago
    America's First Serial Killer
  • Screaming Feelingz
    Published 2 years ago
    Our Crime and Punishment

    Our Crime and Punishment

    Over the years the world has evolved and during this evolution practices and views have changed to fit the times. During this time capital punishment has remained the same in some places. Capital punishment is defined as being an order issued by the legal system to punish a convicted criminal to punishment by death. Some people believe capital punishment should be abolished, while others believe it should remain the way it is. This type of punishment has claimed the lives of many innocent people. Causing hurt amongst families, mistrust against the judicial system, and drastic life altering circumstances for those wrongly accused. Not to mention how the actual criminal is still in the community waiting for his or her moment to strike again.