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.

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    Published 3 months ago
    Reason First: Will The Real Wigged Man Put His Hands in Cuffs?

    Reason First: Will The Real Wigged Man Put His Hands in Cuffs?

    Hide your children, hide your wives because there’s an assailant in Dekalb County with an assortment of wigs robbing everybody out there. Well, not everyone but multiple Waffle Houses, a bank, and at least two drugstores. What is this world coming to when a man must get down for his crown by dressing up like a woman and stealing money from various establishments? There’s not a recession on (yet) and the economy is booming. Why isn’t this individual part of the workforce or studying at an institution of higher learning? Whoever it is with the wig is someone who feels like he must earn a living by force. The irrationalism involved in this case abounds.
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    Published 3 months ago
    Reason First: Do Some Prisoners Refuse to Be Rehabilitated in Their Old Age?

    Reason First: Do Some Prisoners Refuse to Be Rehabilitated in Their Old Age?

    Maybe you can’t keep an evil man down (for long). Multiple murderer, Albert Flick was released from prison because of his “old age.” Once set free, he committed a crime similar to what landed him behind bars in the first place; he stabbed a woman to death. Now, the initial person that he killed, that brought him to justice was his wife, Sandra Flick—in front of their daughter. The prison staff, in their infinite wisdom, chose to say that the man had served his debt to society, and that he should be amongst the general populace. Severe mistake. Flick had the nerve to say, “If I can’t have [Kimberly Dobbie], I will kill her.” That is how the man operated. With icy, vicious intent, he exacted that sentiment on Dobbie before the eyes of her eleven-year-old twin boys.
  • Phoenixx Fyre Dean
    Published 3 months ago
    Bad Cops

    Bad Cops

    Law enforcement officers are a critical part of maintaining law and order in a vicious world. Their jobs are not easy, and I'm quite sure this author would not want the undertaking. The dangers law enforcement officers face on a daily basis can't be fathomed by most people. They deal with the dregs of society. The worst of the worst. They are required to handle every situation that is thrown at them with professionalism and they are put through a barrage of tests prior to and during their training and subsequent employment. Physical and mental evaluations are conducted. Potential officers undergo extensive background checks, even speaking with family, coworkers and friends of the applicant before being forced to take a polygraph examination.
  • Maria Vikse
    Published 3 months ago
    10 Largest Diamond Heists

    10 Largest Diamond Heists

    We assumed that the latter ones, so-called daredevils, were among those who could dare commit the largest diamond heists in the history. Let’s check this theory.
  • Grant Patterson
    Published 3 months ago
    Incident on Train L-112​

    Incident on Train L-112​

    It’s a sad truth of the law enforcement profession: sometimes, we aren’t very sympathetic to the victims of crime.
  • Deborah Hobbs
    Published 4 months ago
    Modern Slavery

    Modern Slavery

    Slavery means being subject entirely to someone else's authority as if property. The word has somewhat vanished but the definition is still valid. Terms like child marriage, forced prostitution, debt bondage, bonded labor, and human trafficking exist instead. It exists wherever one human can convince another that he has no value of his own. Its victims cannot leave of their own free will. In the ancient worlds of the Ottoman and Roman empires, slavery was common. We have advanced globally as a people but too slowly. According to the 2018 Global Slavery Index, there are 40,300,000 enslaved. It is not "legal" anywhere in the world but there are many places where it is a "normal" practice. In Mauritania, slavery was banned in 1981, but as many as 20% of the population is estimated to still be enslaved today. In Haiti, forced child domestic servants called restavek are estimated today to be between 225,000 and 500,000, though slavery was abolished in 1793. In Ethiopia, slavery had been part of its culture for centuries. During the 1935 Italian occupation, slavery was officially banned though to little effect. The independent Ethiopia again tried to stamp it out in 1942 due to pressure from the international community. Eritrea still fails to enforce its 2007 law, where slaves are often descendant based. It's national conscription service can often mean an indefinite period of servitude. In North Korea, as much as 20% of the population may be in forced labor camps though this number is difficult to ascertain. In Tibet, controversial legal slavery in the form of serfs may have existed up to 1959. Other places where slavery remains high include Burundi, Central African Republic, South Sudan, Pakistan, Cambodia, Iran, and India. In many places, slavery is a product of war, devastating natural disasters, lack of rule of law, and poverty.
  • Jodie harris
    Published 4 months ago
    Moskvin: The Doll Collector

    Moskvin: The Doll Collector

    (DISCLAIMER: this case tells the graphic details of the deaths of children, touches up on mental illness and death)
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    Published 5 months ago
    Reason First: How Severe Should the Raptors Fan Tristan Warkentin's Punishment Be?

    Reason First: How Severe Should the Raptors Fan Tristan Warkentin's Punishment Be?

    To blame alcohol for one’s behavior is a cheap excuse for owning up to foul words and deeds. Following Game 2 of the Golden State Warriors and Toronto Raptors tournament, 28-year-old Raptors fan, Tristan Warkentin, expressed a reference to engaging in sexual contact with NBA player and Warrior Steph Curry’s wife’s genitalia. In a statement, Warkenstin showed somewhat remorse for his heinous behavior. Essentially, he blamed it on the Grey Goose and the Patron. He said that “it was an alcohol influenced situation…” The vodka and the Hennessy played a role in his actions and verbiage, allegedly. The police didn’t think that the whole alcohol angle was funny. They arrested him moments after the statements. Warkentin seemed to sober up rather quickly once the cold steel bracelets wrapped around his wrists.
  • Scott Lavely
    Published 5 months ago
    The Manson Family Cult's Downfall

    The Manson Family Cult's Downfall

    Charles Manson, as seen above, is known to have started a Cult in California that led to almost 35 brutal murders; his cult consisted of runaways and vulnerable people who went into his cult just looking for friends and what they got was a family setting, but they may have gotten more than what they were asking for. In order to break down the family he created, we must look at all aspects of his life.
  • Scott Lavely
    Published 5 months ago
    Hollywood Has an Issue

    Hollywood Has an Issue

    *I do not mean any harm to the people, companies, or families involved in this, I am simply stating facts and reporting on the issues at hand*
  • Craig House
    Published 5 months ago
    Why 'All Killa No Filla' Is a Great True Crime Podcast

    Why 'All Killa No Filla' Is a Great True Crime Podcast

    True crime has been on the rise for some time. With the rise in true crime documentaries and dramas comes a sordid fascination with the darker parts of the human mind. Netflix has been pouring its budget into crafting new and unheard crime stories as the popularity of them demands it. But now true crime is leaking into every area of our lives. Our books, the news, our films, and TV programmes, and now our podcasts too...
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    Published 5 months ago
    Reason First: Why Would Rapper Bussdown Write a Song Referencing a Murder He Committed?

    Reason First: Why Would Rapper Bussdown Write a Song Referencing a Murder He Committed?

    How stupid for Bussdown and fortunate for the fallen’s family does a rapper have to be to rap about the very crime that now has him sentenced to life in prison? Rapper Bussdown recorded a 2017 song called “Cookies” that details the circumstances surrounding the case. The North Carolina hip hop recording artist’s irrationalism led to a break and solution to a murder. All of this pertained to a man who refused to return his firearm. But the real issue is how empty-headed that Bussdown had to be to go on and record about the his involvement in the crime.