Racial profiling in law enforcement is a deep-rooted issue with far-reaching ramifications; voice your take on 'broken-windows' policing and controversies surrounding race and crime.
Unsolved Crime Mystery of Rajiv Gandhi
The assassination of Rajiv Gandhi, the Prime Minister of India, in Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu, on May 21, 1991, shocked the nation and the world. The mastermind behind this heinous act was the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), a militant organization from Sri Lanka. The LTTE, also known as the Tamil Tigers, was a separatist group in Sri Lanka that sought to create an independent Tamil state in the northern and eastern parts of the country. The group was notorious for its suicide bombings and was, in fact, one of the first organizations to use suicide bombers in large numbers.
Derek Chauvin Stabbed, Seriously Injured in Federal Prison
Update: According to a news report issued by People magazine, the inmate who attacked murderer Derek Chauvin stabbed him 22 times. he reportedly said he would have killed him if correctional officers had not intervened in time.
A scientist who is working on a breakthrough project involving nuclear fusion is kidnapped by a terrorist group that wants to use his research for evil.
The laboratory hums with a low, anticipatory vibration as I immerse myself in the intricate dance of particles, chasing the elusive dream of harnessing nuclear fusion. My name is Dr. Adrian Collins, a scientist on the verge of a breakthrough that could reshape the world's energy landscape. Little did I know that the shadows lurking on the periphery of my groundbreaking research would soon engulf me in a perilous journey beyond the confines of the laboratory.
The D.B. Cooper Heist
Introduction: In the annals of criminal history, few tales are as captivating and mysterious as the D.B. Cooper heist. On November 24, 1971, a man known as D.B. Cooper parachuted into infamy by hijacking a commercial airplane, extorting a ransom, and then disappearing without a trace. The audacity and precision of the crime, coupled with the enigmatic persona of the perpetrator, have turned the D.B. Cooper case into an enduring enigma that continues to intrigue investigators, amateur sleuths, and the public alike.
Apartheid In South Africa After Nelson Mandela
Apartheid was a system of institutionalized racial segregation and discrimination that existed in South Africa from 1948 to the early 1990s. Enforced by the National Party government, it separated the population into racial groups, primarily privileging the white minority and marginalizing the black majority. Laws restricted the movement, education, and job opportunities of non-white South Africans, perpetuating systemic inequality. Apartheid sparked domestic and international opposition, with widespread protests and sanctions. Nelson Mandela's release from prison in 1990 marked the beginning of the end, leading to negotiations and the eventual dismantling of apartheid. Mandela's election as president in 1994 symbolized the nation's transition to democracy.
He Spent 28 Years in Prison After a Woman Dreamed He Sexually Assaulted Her
Clarence Moses-El spent 28 years in prison after a woman who had been sexually assaulted dreamed that he had raped her. The woman, identified only as T.S., told authorities his face came to her during a dream the night after the attack. Despite a lack of any additional evidence, police charged El-Moses with rape and assault, later convicted him of the charges, and sentenced him to 48 years in prison.
Who is Ted Bundy?
Once upon a chilling November day in 1946, in the quaint town of Burlington, Vermont, the stage was set for a narrative that would unfold into one of the darkest chapters in criminal history. Theodore Robert Bundy, a seemingly ordinary newborn, took his first breath, oblivious to the shadows that would one day define his existence.
A Stolen Rembrandt
In the hallowed halls of the world's most prestigious art museums, a hushed reverence surrounds the works of the great masters. Among them, Rembrandt's paintings have a unique ability to mesmerize, telling tales of a bygone era with strokes of a brush. But one fateful night, the art world was shaken to its core when a Rembrandt masterpiece vanished, setting in motion a captivating story of theft, intrigue, and the relentless pursuit of justice.
What's the Killer's Vibe
What's the Killer's Vibe Alright, folks, gather 'round, because we're diving deep into the enigmatic world of killers. You've seen 'em in movies, read about 'em in books, and heard about 'em on the news. But have you ever wondered what these mysterious individuals actually look like? What's the killer vibe, you ask? Well, that's exactly what we're gonna uncover in this killer blog post. No numbers or parentheses, just a laid-back chat about the intriguing world of those who make our spines shiver.
How Cargo Ships Fight with Somalian Pirates
Piracy off the coast of Somalia has been a persistent threat to global maritime trade for over a decade. Somalian pirates have gained notoriety for their audacious attacks on cargo ships in one of the busiest and most crucial shipping routes in the world. This article delves into the high-stakes game of cat and mouse that cargo ships and their crews play with Somali pirates. It explores the strategies and technologies employed by cargo ships to thwart pirate attacks and protect the lives and valuable cargo on board.
The Melody of Hollow House: A Haunting Tale
The Frightful of Empty House Once, in a peaceful corner of a far off town, settled in the midst of transcending trees and covered in an everlasting fog, there stood an old chateau known as Empty House. As far back as anybody could recollect, Empty House was supposed to be spooky. Its threatening exterior, with disintegrating blocks and ivy-covered windows, was sufficient to send shudders down the spine of anybody who thought for even a moment to approach. The residents talked about shocking lights, unusual sounds, and evil shadows that hid inside, yet no one at any point wandered close to the point of affirming the stories.
“Let’s Rid the World of Immigrants”
Shawna Forde will die at Arizona State Prison, by lethal injection if the state has its way. Described as a sociopathic woman without a soul, Shawna received a death sentence after she carried out the murders of a man and his 9-year-old daughter in her plot to rid the world of immigrants.