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An Evaluation on the Life of Jon Venables
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Shelby Spencer2 days ago
Betrayal, Murder, and Forbidden Love
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Greg Bond3 days ago
Most Famous Crime Scene Photos of All Time
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S. A. Anderson 4 days ago
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Charles Shi4 days ago
An Extraordinary Aircraft Safety Threat Compromising Some 500 Boeing Planes
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Natalie Jenkins5 days ago
A Former Officer and a Former Inmate: Who's Actually the Bad Guy?
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Katy Preen17 days ago
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Lawrence Lease22 days ago
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Harmony Batesa month ago
The Economic Values of Capital Punishment
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James Fangsa month ago
Best True Crime Documentaries on Netflix to Stream Right Now
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Jenny Reeda month ago
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Why I Have Bachelor's in Criminal Justice but Will Never Work in the Field
Growing up, I watched my father put on his badge and holster and go out to “protect” the town. To me, the concept was easy. Good guys. Bad guys. Justice. I was naïve. For most of my life I was naïve. ...
Tide Pod Challenge
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Kat ZombieMom12 days ago
An Innocent Child's Debut...
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Charles Shi4 days ago
An Extraordinary Aircraft Safety Threat Compromising Some 500 Boeing Planes
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Child Exploitation in London: Why Are the Met Failing?
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Colleen Byrne7 days ago
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Kate Adams5 days ago
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Shelby Spencer2 days ago
Betrayal, Murder, and Forbidden Love
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Hannah Jayne7 days ago
Phase One
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Emily Anhalta month ago
5 Best Fictional Crime Novels
As an avid fan of true crime novels, I am always on the lookout for fiction books that are just as intense. These are the top five that I have read in 2017. No specific order, but I highly recommend e...
Joseph Farley2 months ago
The Best True Crime Books of 2017
Captivating true crime books will always find an audience because they often tell stories so human it could be us, or somebody we know. True crime has mass appeal in any medium, just flip through the ...
Ossiana Tepfenhart3 months ago
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Kate Adams7 days ago
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Rebecca Massey19 days ago
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Harmony Batesa month ago
The Economic Values of Capital Punishment
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Emilie Catherine16 days ago
37 Years Later, Will Natalie Wood’s Mysterious Death Be Re-Ruled as a Murder?
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How Famous Serial Killers Chose Their Targets
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Brianna Fischera month ago
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Anna Flahertya day ago
An Evaluation on the Life of Jon Venables
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Natalie Jenkins5 days ago
A Former Officer and a Former Inmate: Who's Actually the Bad Guy?
PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, MARYLAND – What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word “police”? You might recall the most recent incident of police brutality that was shared on every so...
The Cafe Run By Prison Inmates
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S. A. Anderson 4 days ago
Why I Think Everyone Should Watch 'Natural Born Killers'
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Ashley Grecco11 days ago
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It seems that in recent years, the popular fascination with “true crime” has grown significantly. Once dubbed weird or creepy has now been deemed more “mainstream” in some cases. Netflix is full of do...
KJ Proulxa month ago
'All the Money in the World' – Movie Review
As mentioned in the movie, “the events of this film have been fictionalized.” When I read that text on-screen, I was hoping for a much more entertaining movie than what was delivered. Yes, this is a h...
Paul Levinson12 days ago
Review of 'Absentia'
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Ederlyn Peraltaa month ago
Why 'Tunnel' Is the Perfect Korean Drama for Fans of the Crime/Thriller Genre
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Bill Shaffira month ago
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Criminal Minds is one of the longest running shows on television, and the disturbing crimes the BAU investigates is pushing 300 episodes. The show takes us inside the FBI, where we follow a group of e...