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I Don't Like Mondays
Brenda Spencer was sixteen years old when she opened fire with a .22 caliber rifle from her house across the street from the school where the children were waiting to get in. The song "I Don't Like Mondays" by the Boomtown Rats was inspired by her explanation for shooting the kids.
Whitey Bulger was a crime boss in Boston for many years until he fled to California to avoid prosecution. He was arrested in California in 2011 and sentenced to prison in 2013 after his trial.
Griselda Blanco was the biggest cocaine drug runner of the late 70's and early 80's and was dubbed the Godmother of the Medellin Cartel out of Colombia. She cut a bloody swath through Miami, Fl. during the reputed Mafia Drug Wars of that time.
Frank Nitti - Outfit Boss
Frank Nitti was an important part of the Chicago mob known as the Outfit. The Outfit was run by Al Capone but Nitti was a key figure and was dubbed the boss of the outfit when Capone went to jail.
The Apalachin Summit
This is an article about a small town in upstate New York in which the Mafia was brought into the national spotlight for the first time ever.
This article is about a serial killer named Ed Gein who was the inspiration for characters in the movies "Psycho" and "Silence of the Lambs"
Mob Turncoat - Joe Valachi
Joe Valachi was the first member of the American Mafia to break their code of silence and live to talk about it.
Strange Michigan Laws
If you live in Michigan or plan on moving to Michigan, you better pay attention to these laws or you could be in trouble.
Shoplifting and Prevention
This is one in a series of articles I will be doing on shoplifting and shoplifting prevention techniques.
Crime Prevention Tips for Summer
Read my crime prevention tips so you can enjoy your summer vacation worry free.
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