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Edmund Kemper's first of ten murders, were his grandparents. He shot his grandmother in the back of her head and then twice more in her back. Kemper also shot his grandfather so he wouldn't have to see that his wife had been brutally murdered.
Eliot Ness and his Untouchables squad of treasury agents were responsible for destroying Al Capone's illegal liquor distribution and had a hand in bringing him to justice for income tax evasion.
There are a lot of email scams going around and have been for the past 14 years or so. This article will describe a couple of them.
Employee theft costs employers more than fifty billion dollars a year. It is not just physical theft of property either.
Eric Frein led police and other agencies on a 48 day manhunt after killing a Pennsylvania State Trooper and seriously wounding a second one, using a sniper rifle from the woods.
Folsom prison has a bloody and violent history and is the second oldest prison in California but the first prison in the world to have electricity.
Forensic scientists are crucial to helping police solve many crimes that are not easily solved, Often times forensic scientists are called into court to explain their findings during a criminal trial.
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.
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.
Glen Stewart Godwin
Glen Stewart Godwin is a convicted murderer who is still at large because he managed to escape from to maximum security. One in the United States and one in Mexico.
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