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Hakim Crampton: The Story of A False Confession That Lead to a Wrongful Murder Conviction

Hakim Crampton: The Story of A False Confession That Lead to a Wrongful Murder Conviction


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Social Media — Free Speech that can and will be used against you

As segue between last week’s article and this week’s upcoming article, I read an interesting article from The Atlantic entitled “When Cops Check Facebook”. The article discusses police using social media to track criminal activities and criminal networks. 352 more words


April 19th - Beaucoup

Beaucoup – adj, slang: great quantity or amount: many, much

“So what is about Sun City that draws whack jobs here?” I asked, peering through Sapphire’s archived logs. 170 more words

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Shame On You Anti-Life Sheeple

People who go to a zoo or aquarium or any other enclosure that imprisons, restricts and impounds animals are disgusting. Yes, disgusting.

The criminals who pay to support a structure that puts a limited number of living beings in an unnatural setting away from their kind and habitat should look in the mirror more closely. 96 more words

Hawaii's Most Wanted: Brent Pantohan

Crimestoppers and Honolulu police are looking for a man who they say burglarized a video arcade and a storage company.

They are on the search for Brent Pantohan. 121 more words


An Indianapolis Criminal Defense Attorney Can Protect Your Rights

Getting arrested for OWI in Indiana may sound like something minor but there can be serious consequences for you. Thankfully, there are skilled lawyers in Indianapolis who can help protect your rights. 21 more words

Can media help you recognise victims or criminals?

Do the media’s representations of criminals – in fact and in fiction –affect people’s recognition skills? Given the extent of media coverage of serial murders, people would expect that images of those perpetrators would easily be recognised by members of the general public. 258 more words

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