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John Ridgwaya day ago
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Paul Levinson3 days ago
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D.J. Rivera3 days ago
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Herbert Seward III2 months ago
Series Review: 'When They See Us'
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Daniel Sullivan3 months ago
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13 Expensive Things Owned by Celebrity Prisoners
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Mr. Davis7 months ago
The Shocking Story of the UK's Youngest Killer: Mary Bell
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Morgan E. Westling8 months ago
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Mr. Davis8 months ago
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Neal Litherland7 days ago
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Britney Clayton17 days ago
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Jessica Sanders20 days ago
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Edward Anderson10 days ago
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Edward Anderson13 days ago
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Diverseblogger 15 days ago
Did Jeffrey Epstein Really Commit Suicide?
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Victoria Heard18 hours ago
The Murder of My Best Friend, the Documentary Telling Our Story and How the Courts Failed to Provide Justice
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Mia O'Sullivan2 days ago
The Columbine High School Massacre
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My First Break-In
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John Ridgwaya day ago
Fuentes Last Hit
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Shackle the Past
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Paul Levinson7 days ago
Review of John Stith's 'Pushback'
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Trish Gilmore4 months ago
10 Intriguing Books About Dangerous Cults
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Sasha Konikovo4 months ago
10 Awesome Books About the Mafia
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Edward Anderson2 days ago
Delayed Death No More in Texas
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Mia O'Sullivan2 months ago
Richard Chase: The Vampire of Sacramento
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Joseline Burns6 months ago
Criminals & Society
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SKYLERIZED a month ago
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Reason First: Is It Proper for Rapper YG to 'Stay Dangerous'?
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Taryn Thomas15 days ago
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Marnie Grundman16 days ago
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D.J. Rivera3 days ago
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Shain Thomas12 days ago
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Shain Thomas18 days ago
'The Hustle' (2019) Review
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Paul Levinson3 days ago
Review of 'Mindhunter' Season 2
My wife and I very much enjoyed the first season of Mindhunter, but, whew, the second season was much better—more compelling—in just about every way, except one. Among the highlights were interviews w...
Shain Thomas4 days ago
'Instinct:' S02.E09. “Manhunt”
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Shain Thomas6 days ago
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