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.

  • Wade Wainio
    Published 2 years ago
    Serial Killer Todd Kohlhepp: A Devil on a Chain

    Serial Killer Todd Kohlhepp: A Devil on a Chain

    Born in 1971, Todd Christopher Kohlhepp is a serial killer who murdered (at least) seven people between 2003 and 2016. Kohlhepp confessed to the 2003 quadruple homicide at the Superbike Motorsports in Chesnee, South Carolina, along with other crimes.
  • Ossiana Tepfenhart
    Published 2 years ago
    10 Stories of White Collar Crime Run Amok

    10 Stories of White Collar Crime Run Amok

    If you ask most people what a criminal looks like, acts like, or does, they will talk about what criminals stereotypically are. Criminals are supposed to look rough. They're supposed to be violent, uneducated, and up to their wrists in drugs.
  • Tom Baker
    Published 2 years ago
    The Other, Other (Other) White Meat

    The Other, Other (Other) White Meat

    In the ancient Greek story of Tantalus, the ancient Greek Tantalus invited all the ancient Greek gods to what, we must assume, was a dinner comprised of dishes eaten exclusively by ancient Greeks. Because he was full of piss and vinegar (or, to be more literary perhaps, what Poe would signify as the "Imp of the Perverse"), the merry jokester killed, cooked and served his little son Pelops to his guests. (By comparison, the hairy Hebraic patriarch Abraham, in the Old Testament, was instructed by God to sacrifice his son Isaac. He was finally stopped by a visiting angel and invited to sacrifice a goat instead... Actually, that is probably not a relevant comparison).
  • Edward Anderson
    Published 2 years ago
    Confession Coverup

    Confession Coverup

    “Very few of us are what we seem,” Agatha Christie once said. This story seems like it was taken right out of the pages of the bestsellers novels, alas it is a true story of creed and an alleged modern-day Lady Macbeth. A story so convoluted that even Shonda Rhimes doesn’t want to adapt it. Here’s how a stage actor killed one person to steal money and then another to cover up the first and lead to his own downfall. Seriously.
  • Camille Ballentine
    Published 2 years ago
    Kids Who Kill

    Kids Who Kill

    When we hear of a murder having been committed by someone, we often think it has to be an adult that has committed such a crime. Most of the time we would be correct, most murders that have happened are done by adults. Over the years all walks of life have shown that murder can be done by pretty much anyone. Rich or poor, white or black, tall or short, young and old, but when we think young we think a young adult, that is not the case. It is not common, but children have been known to commit those horrible crimes. So here are a few of the children who did something that most of us would not see coming.
  • Camille Ballentine
    Published 2 years ago
    Open Letter to My Friend who Tried to Kill Me
  • Carolyn Graves
    Published 2 years ago
    Everything You Need to Know About Jeffrey Dahmer

    Everything You Need to Know About Jeffrey Dahmer

    Jeffrey Dahmer is most notably known as the infamous Milwaukee Cannibal a.k.a. Milwaukee Monster a.k.a. Cannibal Killer a.k.a... well, you get the idea. Dahmer killed and dismembered approximately 17 young men from 1978 to 1991, even going as far as to preserve their remains, and even eat them. In this article, we will dive deep, deep, DEEP down into the life and crimes of the disturbed Jeffrey Dahmer, and discover how exactly he ended up where he ended up, and what was possibly going through his mind.
  • Evelyn Starr
    Published 2 years ago
    Cold Case Mysteries That Were Finally Solved

    Cold Case Mysteries That Were Finally Solved

    When all leads dry up and new ones stop arising, a case must eventually be considered cold. Cold cases are always frustrating, especially for the investigating officers, but sometimes there is simply no available way to track down a criminal with the information and technology available. However, even cases that have long gone cold may not be hopeless: With the progression of forensic technology, especially new data on DNA testing, familial DNA procedures, and more recently, evidence from formerly cold cases can be used to find murderers and rapists, years after they seemed to have gotten away with it. These cold case mysteries that were finally solved oftentimes owe their eventual closing to such technologies and advancements in the fields of forensics and investigative law enforcement.
  • Ossiana Tepfenhart
    Published 2 years ago
    10 Disturbing Murders You Didn't Hear About on the News

    10 Disturbing Murders You Didn't Hear About on the News

    Whether we like to admit it or not, there's something morbidly intriguing about stories featuring violent crime. Murderers and killers are real-life boogeymen who send chills down our spine and make us question if humanity is really as good as we claim it to be.
  • Tom Baker
    Published 2 years ago
    The Old-Time Bad Girls

    The Old-Time Bad Girls

    As you all full well know, mankind is utter shit. Furthermore, this isn't a new development.
  • Lynne Rush
    Published 2 years ago
    10 Crazy Things About the Golden State Killer Case

    10 Crazy Things About the Golden State Killer Case

    Between 1976 and 1984, the Golden State Killerraped and murdered his way across central California. With a count of 13 murder victims and at least 50 rapes, he is one of the most prolific serial criminals in the history of the Golden State. After decades of mystery, the Golden State Killer, AKA Joseph James DeAngelo, was caught thanks to DNA. He was arrested on April 24, 2018. Here are the 10 craziest things about the case.
  • Edward Anderson
    Published 2 years ago
    Mob Gone Wild

    Mob Gone Wild

    It was a game of who’s worse, the porn purveyor or the mafia? The answer always changes depending on who is being asked the question. Though there was a moment in time when Joe Francis, creator of the Girls Gone Wild franchise, was believed to be the lesser of the two evils, now the man responsible for the incident that softened Francis’ image, even for a few days, is revealing why he committed the crimes that led to him serving jail time.