Tag: Crime

Al Capone: Chicago’s Greatest Gangster

Al Capone Al Capone: Chicago’s Greatest Gangster (Guest Post) Long before “The Godfather” or “Scarface” hit the big screen, organized crime had left a permanent mark...

The Legend of DB Cooper

Yes, the Legend of DB Cooper is real. The first time I heard about DB Cooper was in 2004; it was this year that...

The Supreme Court and its Protection of the Criminal Suspect

During the 1960s, after years of upholding the suppression of individual rights during World Wars I and II, and the New and Fair Deals,...

The Convict and the Currents

On March 29th, 1889, William Kemmler murdered his common-law wife, Matilda Ziegler, with a hatchet. He wasn't a good guy. If you’re a believer in a well-balanced...

The History of the Eighteenth Amendment

As we near the anniversary of the Eighteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution, it is time to celebrate. No, gosh...we aren't celebrating the passing of...

Firebombs, Arial Attacks, and Injustices of the Tulsa Race Riot

Last time I covered the events leading up to the Tulsa Race Riot; make sure you check it out before going any further. The Tulsa...