Hollywood portrayed them as the most glamorous outlaws in American history, but the reality of life on the run for Bonnie and Clyde was one of violence, hardship and danger. With unprecedented access to gang members’ memoirs, family archives and recently released police records, Timewatch takes an epic road trip through the heart of depression-era America, in search of the true story of Bonnie and Clyde.
It’s the world’s worst spree killing. Discovery Channel Norway Massacre: The Killer’s Mind examines the terrible events of that day. In 90 minutes of madness, 32-year-old Anders Behring Breivik killed 69 young people. The killer’s action are analyzed by a host of experts, including: renowned criminologist Professor David Wilson; Katherine Newman from Princeton university who is one of world’s the top experts on spree shootings; Matthew Goodman, the leading authority on British and European right wing terror groups; and terror and weapons expert Charles Shoebridge. And foremost, above all, is the memory of those who died.
Serial killers are not the same as mass murderers, nor are they spree killers, who commit murders in two or more locations with virtually no break in between. A serial killer is typically defined as an individual who has killed three or more people over a period of more than a month. The motives of serial killers are generally placed into four categories: visionary, mission-oriented, hedonistic and power or control; however, the motives of any given killer may display considerable overlap among these categories.
It is one of the most dramatic police gun battles ever waged on American soil. On February 28, 1997, two notorious criminals dubbed the High Incident Bandits - carry out an armed robbery inside a Hollywood bank. They are spotted by undercover officers, and police act quickly to surround the bank. But the bandits are armed with thousands of imported steel-plated bullets, full body armor and five machine guns, including three AK-47s. Watch the violent stand off.
He served more than half his adult life in prison, some of it for ordering five underworld killings of mob rivals in the 1980s, including one at the Seaway Hotel on Toronto’s waterfront. Mob Stories - The Big Guy (Frank Cotroni)Mobster Frank Santos Cotroni was known in mob circles as Le Gros, French for the Big Guy, and Il Cice, Italian for the tender, life-giving core at the center of a hard nut. The youngest of six Cotroni children, the Montreal-born mobster was certainly a hard nut.
Meet the fraudsters who’re making a killing from the fastest growing crime on Earth. It’s interesting to see it from their perspective, but it’s nothing short of violating to know that these are the types of people who think identity theft, credit damage and stealing are viable ways to make a living. If the fraud industry were its own country, it would have the fifth strongest economy in the world.