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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 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.
Alice Wells- Policewoman
Alice Wells was the first American born woman to become a police officer in the United States.
Attica Correctional Facility
Attica Correctional Facility was built in New York State in 1931 and has quite a storied history.
A ballistics expert studies bullets and projectiles found at a crime scene to determine what type of weapon it was fired from and what kind of projectile it is. They can also determine from what angle and the trajectory the projectile was fired from.
Bass Reeves was the first black US Deputy Marshal west of the Mississippi and had an illustrious career which began under the famous Hanging Judge, Isaac Parker out of Fort Smith, Arkansas.
Blood Spatter Analyst
A blood spatter analyst is crucial at a crime scene where there is a lot of blood present. This forensic scientist can tell a lot about a crime by analyzing blood and the pattern of blood spatter that is present.
Britain's First Serial Killer
Mary Cotton was Britain's first serial killer and killed at least twenty-one people in two decades. Most of them were family members.
Buford Pusser - Walking Tall
Sheriff of McNairy County, Tenessee, Buford Pusser walked tall and carried a big stick. He survived 8 shootings and 7 stabbings but was killed in a car accident on his way home from the county fair. His daughter and her friends came upon the accident just moments after it happened.
Camp Sumter at Andersonville
Camp Sumter, or as it is known today as Andersonville prison, was one of the worst atrocities of the Civil War. By the end of the Civil War, the 10,000 man prison held 45,000 Union prisoners.
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