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Drug Testing Expert Was High For Eight Years

Friday, November 25, 2016
Category: Crime

From news.sky.com

A former chemist who tested drugs for Massachusetts police departments in thousands of court cases was high almost every day she went to work for eight years, investigators have said. Sonja Farak, who worked for an Amherst laboratory which tested drug samples for police, was on methamphetamines, ketamine, cocaine, LSD and other drugs during most of her time there, even when she testified in court, according to a report.

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St. Louis Archbishop Didn't Know Sex With Children Was a Crime - NBC News

Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Category: Crime

From www.nbcnews.com

The St. Louis archbishop embroiled in a sexual abuse scandal testified last month that he didnâ€t know in the 1980s whether it was illegal for priests to have sex with children, according to a court deposition released Monday.

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The 50th Anniversary of New York’s Most Sensational Jewel Heist

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Friday, October 31, 2014
Category: Crime

From www.vanityfair.com

Jack Murphy, a.k.a., "Murf the Surf," and Allan Kuhn speak on their involvement in stealing priceless gems from the American Museum of Natural History--and the roles John D. MacArthur, Eva Gabor, and Nora Ephron had in getting them back.

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A tiny town in Michigan will sell you a police badge and gun permit - Salon.com

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Friday, October 31, 2014
Category: Crime

From www.salon.com

Oakley, Mi. is barely a town at 300 people, only one streetlight and, until recently, one police officer. The one cop was good at his job, reports Vocativ’s M.L. Nestel, until he was forced to step down after getting caught stalking a teenage girl.

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Trading Dime Bags for Salvador Dali - The Daily Beast

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Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Category: Crime

From www.thedailybeast.com

MEXICO CITY, Mexico--Through all the battles waged in Mexico in recent years over the shipment routes and markets for narcotics, San Miguel de Allende has remained as neutral as Switzerland in the Second World War.

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Mexican Drug Cartels′ Other Business: Sex Trafficking TIME.com

Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Category: Crime

From world.time.com

The techniques used by the offenders to gain trust vary widely, including expressing love and admiration of the victim, promising to make the victim a star, and providing a ticket to a new location away from the victim’s home.

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Borderland Beat: Interview with US Defense Attorney turned Tijuana Narcojunior.

Sunday, December 1, 2013
Category: Crime

From www.borderlandbeat.com

And it was all drug trafficking. I knew when it was the pot season and I was going to get border bust cases, I had to charge less. If I knew it was coke season, it was going to be more coke cases, and I could charge more.

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Prosthetic fingers help ex-yakuza members get on with their lives - The Japan Daily Press

Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Category: Crime

From japandailypress.com

Former yakuza members make up 5% of Hayashi’s clientele and he divides them into three categories. There are the ones who are “forced” by their girlfriends who are worried about their reputation.

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America′s Real Criminal Element: Lead Mother Jones

Friday, January 4, 2013
Category: Crime

From www.motherjones.com

In city after city, violent crime peaked in the early ′90s and then began a steady and spectacular decline. Washington, DC, didn′t have either Giuliani or Bratton, but its violent crime rate has dropped 58 percent since its peak.

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