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Louisiana's Strange Laws
These laws are still on the books in Louisiana, although I am sure they are not enforced but it makes you wonder why these laws developed anyway
A vigilant employee is the best deterrent to shoplifting.
This article is a character profile of one of the "most violent mob bosses" ever to be in control of a Mafioso Crime family, Albert Anastasia
The Lufthansa Heist
It was on this day in crime history, that on December 11 in 1978, members of the Lucchese crime family, allegedly pulled off the crime of the century back then when the Lufthansa Cargo building at JFK airport in New York, was ripped off for six million dollars in cash and jewels.
Charles "Lucky" Luciano turned organized crime into a business by organizing the five families into one big one known as the Commission.
Jessica Jones - A Netflix Series
This is my review for the Marvel comics super hero, Jessica Jones, appearing on Netflix as a television series.
Employee theft costs employers more than fifty billion dollars a year. It is not just physical theft of property either.
The history of Alcatraz Island is a long and storied one, as were some of the prisoners who took up residency there, such as Al Capone.
Georgia's Strange Laws
There are some very antiquated and dumb laws still on the books in the United States and these laws come out of Georgia.
Weird Crime News
You have read my articles about dumb criminals, stupid crimes and now I have weird crimes. You don't want to miss the story of the man who killed his friend because he thought he was a zombie after binge watching the television show "The Walking Dead" and drinking malt liquor.
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