Big crimes, small screen; true crime television series and TV documentaries that recreate and reexamine some of the mystifying and grisliest cases in history.
THE CURIOUS CAT DETECTIVE
Title: The Curious Cat Detective There was a small town called Whiskerville where all the cats lived. They were a happy bunch and spent their days basking in the sun, chasing mice, and napping in cozy corners. However, there was one cat who was different from the rest. His name was Sherlock, and he had a curious mind that never stopped asking questions.Kuldeep RajawatPublished about 19 hours ago in Criminal
Detective Inspector Sarah Taylor stared down at the body lying in a pool of blood. It was a woman, early 30s, blonde hair matted with blood. Sarah had seen a lot of gruesome sights in her years on the force, but this one was particularly chilling.Gopinath MPublished a day ago in Criminal
THE MYSTERY OF THE MISSING ANGLES
Title: The Mystery of the Missing Angles It was a typical day at St. Mary’s High School, but something strange was happening in the math department. The math teacher, Mr. Andrews, had been noticing that the angles on the protractor he used to teach his class were missing. At first, he thought he was just misplacing them, but it kept happening every day, and he couldn't explain it.Kuldeep RajawatPublished 4 days ago in Criminal
THE MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE OF EMILY BROWN
Title: The Mysterious Disappearance of Emily Brown Emily Brown was a 25-year-old woman who lived in a small village called Sherwood. She was a quiet, reserved person who kept to herself most of the time. She worked as a librarian in the village's only library and was loved by everyone in the community.Kuldeep RajawatPublished 5 days ago in Criminal
Murder Stories. The Body in Room 348 by Mark Bowden
Mark Bowden, a journalist and author, is best known for his books "Black Hawk Down" and "Killing Pablo," but he has also written a number of true crime articles. One of his most gripping pieces is "The Body in Room 348," which was published in The Atlantic in 1998. The article tells the story of a young woman who was murdered in a Florida hotel room, and the detective who was determined to solve the case.
The Mysterious Disappearance of Angela Hammond: A Cold Case Investigation
Angela Hammond was a young woman who was abducted from a Missouri parking lot in 1991. Her case remains unsolved to this day, and her disappearance has left a lasting impact on her family and the community. In this article, we will explore Angela's story, the circumstances surrounding her abduction, and the ongoing efforts to find answers.
The role of mental health in the criminal justice system
The role of mental health in the criminal justice system is a complex and multifaceted issue that has gained increased attention in recent years. Mental health issues are prevalent in the criminal justice system, with estimates suggesting that approximately 64% of people in jail and 54% of people in state prisons have a mental health problem. This high prevalence highlights the need for a greater understanding of the relationship between mental health and the criminal justice system.korjrb hdjdjh
'Just as Deadly':Inside the Mind of a Female Serial Killer
Summary: Female serial killers are considered fairly anomalous. Research into females who commit serial killings has been pretty limited, until now. Researchers have identified certain characteristics of female serial killers, finding they tend to be white, married at least once, of at least average intelligence, and are more likely to be employed in healthcare professions.Mark Xavier
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Scammers New target Smart TV
Like any other device that connects to the internet, scammers can use smart TVs to steal money or personal information from victims. Recently, there has been an increase in reports of fraudsters finding victims through smart televisions, according to Fraud.org.abdul rahoofPublished 9 days ago in Criminal
The Vedha and Vikram
The city was in chaos as the police force tried to track down one of the most notorious gangsters in the state. Vedha had become a force to be reckoned with, having committed 16 murders and amassed a great deal of power and wealth through his criminal activities. The special police group was formed to finally bring him down, and it was headed by Vikram, a skilled and determined officer with a reputation for being tough on crime.
Two Ohio GOP Leaders Finally Managed to Make Dark Money Look Like the Corruption It Is
(Permanent Musical Accompaniment To The Last Post Of The Week From The Blog's Favourite Living Canadian) Are there any hot stoves left in Ohio or did these people steal them all? From the Ohio Capital Journal:As part of the racketeering scheme, Akron-based FirstEnergy and other utilities paid tens of millions into an effort to elect friendly lawmakers in 2018 who would vote to make [Larry] Householder speaker the following year. Immediately after taking the speaker’s gavel, Householder worked furiously to pass a $1.3 billion bailout, the vast majority of which benefited FirstEnergy subsidiary FirstEnergy Services. The company was being dragged down by losses from its nuclear and coal plants and executives were seeking a bailout. While it got more than $1 billion out of the deal, Householder got political power as well as more than $500,000 personally, jurors found. Borges played a smaller role, but he paid a $15,000 bribe to help defeat an attempt to repeal the bailout and he received more than $100,000 in funds that originated with FirstEnergy, prosecutors said.K K PradheepPublished 10 days ago in Criminal