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Mobile App Gives Felons a Fresh Start | The California Report | KQED News
An app saves time and money for ex-felons who have the chance to clean up their rap sheets.
crime  tech  codeforamerica 
june 2017 by ignatz
Crimintern: How the Kremlin uses Russia’s criminal networks in Europe | European Council on Foreign Relations
European states and institutions have to consider the challenges posed by Russian-based organised crime, and adopt measures to combat it.
russia  crime 
april 2017 by ignatz
Paul Manafort's Puzzling New York Real Estate Purchases - WNYC News - WNYC
Real estate and law enforcement experts say some of Trump's former campaign manager's transactions in New York City fit a ...
villainy  money  crime  trump  manafort  moneylaundering 
march 2017 by ignatz
Maniac Killers of the Bangalore IT Department - Bloomberg
Why is India obsessed with crimes committed by software engineers?
crime  tech  yikes 
february 2017 by ignatz
The Last Words of Dutch Schultz
The Last Words of Dutch Schultz

Statements made by Arthur (Dutch Schultz) Flegenheimer were taken down by a Newark police stenographer, F. J. Lang. The notes covered a period from about 4 o'clock T...
history  crime  wtf  death 
november 2016 by ignatz
The mathematical equation that caused the banks to crash | Science | The Guardian
The Black-Scholes equation was the mathematical justification for trading that plunged the world's banks into catastrophe, says Ian Stewart
finance  failure  crime 
january 2016 by ignatz
Cold Case Playing Cards
Each card features a photograph and factual information about an unsolved homicide or missing person case.
playingcards  cards  design  lawenforcement  crime  visualization 
august 2015 by ignatz
Tracking the Illegal Tusk Trade | National Geographic
NatGeo uses GPS-loaded artificial tusks to map illegal ivory trade
journalism  environment  crime  africa  terrorism  gps  geo 
august 2015 by ignatz
Harvard and the Making of the Unabomber - The Atlantic
How sadistic psychology experiments at Harvard may have influenced the Unabomber
crime  psychology  usa  fail  unabomber  harvard 
june 2015 by ignatz
Richard McCoy, Jr. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Airplanes, garbage trucks, whatever it takes to get away from John Law
crime  wikipedia 
february 2015 by ignatz
So straight, I'm so straight. | MetaFilter
The father/son punk band from DC with a nightmare story
metafilter  punk  crime  psychiatry  pedophilia  yikes 
july 2014 by ignatz
The Epicenter of Crime: The Hunt’s Donuts Story - FoundSF
Police brass, like former captain of Mission Station, Greg Suhr, still speak of the donut shop as a respect adversary.

“If you wanted false documents, Fake I.D.’s, stolen tools, a radio, or a watch, you would start looking at the donut shop,” said Suhr.
donuts  sf  history  mission  crime 
september 2013 by ignatz
From 1976 to 1986, one of the most violent serial criminals in American history terrorized communities throughout California. He was little known, never caught, and might still be out there. Now a determined investigator, a retired detective, and a group of online obsessives are on the hunt to track him down
murder  losangeles  crime  Unread 
march 2013 by ignatz
drug cartel-controlled mobile comms networks
“The Mexican military has recently broken up several secret telecommunications networks that were built and controlled by drug cartels so they could coordinate drug shipments, monitor their rivals and orchestrate attacks on the security forces. A network that was dismantled just last week provided cartel members with cellphone and radio communications across four northeastern states. The network had coverage along almost 500 miles of the Texas border and extended nearly another 500 miles into Mexico’s interior. Soldiers seized 167 antennas, more than 150 repeaters and thousands of cellphones and radios that operated on the system. Some of the remote antennas and relay stations were powered with solar panels.”
mexico  drugs  networks  mobile-phones  crime  via:jm 
february 2013 by ignatz
Dog-mauling author reveals world of lust in which attorneys lost control
murder + dogs + threesome + prison + attorneys + fantasy art + san francisco
crime  sf  dogs  larp  murder  no 
june 2012 by ignatz
The Forgotten Founder: YouSendIt’s Khalid Shaikh
His name is Khalid Shaikh, and he's 34. He was a computer-engineering student at McGill University and a former intern at Microsoft, and he once worked at Hewlett-Packard and Intel. More recently, he has been living in a Motel 6 outside Denver, awaiting sentencing for launching a cyberattack three years ago that crippled YouSendIt's servers.
dotcom  failure  ha  crime  founders 
april 2012 by ignatz
What the FBI Wants to Hide From You In Their 2011 Gang Threat Assessment | Public Intelligence
gangs are cops, gangs are hooked up with huge gangs, gangs have crazy weapons, gangs are going cyberpunk. yay
crime  lawenforcement  failure  usa  gangs  oppression 
february 2012 by ignatz
Bon vivant arsonist gets 27 years for wine blaze
'He wrote florid memos to the court, likening his former attorney to a "Victorian costermonger."'
wine  crime  arson  wtf  news 
february 2012 by ignatz
Next Door
Next Door provides innovative prevention and intervention services to diverse ethnic and low-income families in Santa Clara County, California, the majority of them coming from San Jose.
crime  ngo  domesticviolence 
january 2012 by ignatz
Murder Auction
your one stop shop for John Wayne Gacy's paintings and the Manson rookie card
crime  commerce  murder  art 
august 2011 by ignatz
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