Don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time. Hang on, shouldn’t that be “don’t do the crime if you haven’t figured out a really good way to get away with it” Who goes into committing a crime expecting to do jail time for it If you make $100,000 from robbing a bank but then spend ten years in jail you’re better off spending that decade working a toilet cleaning job.
A man gets a 15-year prison sentence, then punches an assistant public defender. 6-Months Tacked On A man in Rock Hill, South Carolina earned himself an extra six months behind bars earlier this week because he punched his own attorney after being given a 15-year sentence. Lamarcus Williamson was in handcuffs on Tuesday when […]
Two days after leading Ugandan gay-rights activist David Kato was bludgeoned to death at his home in Kampala, his friends and family gathered for his funeral on Friday. As hundreds of Kato’s supporters mourned, they rejected the police line that he had been the victim of a violent robbery
In her May 25 “class day” speech to graduating seniors at Harvard, comedian Amy Poehler joked that postcollege life is like “a heist that requires good drivers, an explosives expert, a hot girl who doubles as a master of disguise.” The line got some chuckles, but it also struck a nerve.
If not for a lowly leech, Peter Alec Cannon might not be in the heap of trouble he’s in now. In what Australian officials are calling a first in their country — and possibly in the world — police used DNA extracted from a leech that bit Cannon eight years ago to convict him of robbing an elderly woman.
A legal tug-of-war over Ohio’s execution procedures grew more confused Monday as Ohio’s governor granted a temporary reprieve to a murderer scheduled for lethal injection this week. The action came just hours after the state’s attorney general’s office asked the U.S.
Police stormed a bank and killed three armed robbers Wednesday in Afghanistan’s capital after their robbery attempt had escalated into a gun battle with security officers.
A safe found in the home of a slain Florida couple known for adopting special-needs children contained about $100,000, a source familiar with the investigation told CNN late Tuesday. The safe is the second one belonging to Byrd and Melanie Billings of Beulah, Florida