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Soliciting to murder

Incitement to murder is an offence of incitement in England and Wales and Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. In common parlance, the act of inducement to the murder can be seen as "hire a Hitman", although the word "employment" is free ...

                                               

Staged crash

A staged accident is when drivers maneuver unsuspecting motorists in accidents to make false insurance claims. The cars tend to suffer little damage due to the large demand, which is then fraudulently submitted. In 2011, a group of seven people i ...

                                               

Stalking

Stalking is unwanted and / or repeated observations of a person or group toward another person. Stalking related harassment and intimidation and may include following the victim in person or to control them. The term stalking is used, with some d ...

                                               

Stouthrief

Stouthrief Scottish criminal offence of the use or threat of violence against the householder who protects himself during the demolition, it is additional to any associated robbery crime. It should be distinguished from the crimes of Hamesucken, ...

                                               

Stowaway

A stowaway is a person who secretly aboard the ship, e.g. ship, aircraft, train, truck or bus. Sometimes, the goal is to get from one place to another without paying for transportation. In other cases, the goal is to enter the country without fir ...

                                               

Subornation of perjury

In American law, Scots law, and in accordance with the law in some English speaking countries of the Commonwealth of Nations, the compulsion to give false testimony is an offence to persuade a person to commit perjury, which is swearing a false o ...

                                               

Sucker punch

A sudden blow or cold-cock) is the shot without warning or while the patient is distracted, allowing no time for preparation and protection of the recipient. The term is typically used in situations where how the shot was taken is unfair or uneth ...

                                               

Summary offence

Summary offence is a crime in some common law jurisdictions that can be proceeded against summarily, without the right to a jury trial and / or arraignment.

                                               

Tampering (crime)

Falsification may refer to various forms of sabotage but the term is often used to mean intentional changes in food that would make them harmful to the consumer. This threat has prompted manufacturers to make products that are either difficult to ...

                                               

Threat

A threat is a communicated intent to inflict harm or loss on another person. Bullying is widely observed in the animals behavior, mainly in order to avoid physical violence, which can result in physical damage or death of both conflicting parties ...

                                               

Treachery (law)

Betrayal is a crime in some countries. Both the Australian and British offences were derived or inspired by the crimes of treason. The name treachery was chosen because it is synonymous with betrayal.

                                               

Treason

In law, treason criminal disloyalty, usually to the state. This is the crime that covers some of the more extreme actions against the people, or the sovereign. This usually includes such things as participation in the war against the homeland, at ...

                                               

Trespass

Crime is an area of criminal law and tort law broadly divided into three groups: trespass to the person, destruction of property and encroach on land. Trespass to the person historically involved six separate crime: threats, assault, battery, wou ...

                                               

Taking without owner's consent

In England, Wales and Northern Ireland, taking without the consent of the owners, also called the motor vehicle theft describes any unauthorized use of the vehicle or another vehicle that is not theft. The same offense known as theft, also exists ...

                                               

Unlawful assembly

Unlawful Assembly is a legal term to describe a group of people with a mutual goal of intentional disturbance. If the team starts to move indignation, it is called a rout, if the violations began, it is called a riot. In Britain, the crime was ab ...

                                               

Unlicensed broadcasting

Unlicensed broadcasting, also called pirate broadcasting-is a term used for any type of broadcast without a broadcasting license. Some unlicensed broadcasting, such as certain low-power broadcasting, can be legitimate. For example, in the United ...

                                               

Usury

Usury is the practice of making unethical or immoral monetary loans that unfairly enriching the lender. This term can be used in a moral sense - condemning taking advantage of a versatile range of misfortunes - or in a legal sense where interest ...

                                               

Uttering

Uttering is a crime against the person, with the intent to deceive that knowingly sells, publishes or transmits false or counterfeit documents. More specifically, the forgery creates obviously false document and uttering the act of knowingly tran ...

                                               

Valet boy

The service boy is a term used in some countries to refer to young people who ask for a fee from those who Park on the roadside. Service boys usually work in groups, and require RM 1 to 5 "animals" from car owners, in accordance with the agreemen ...

                                               

Vandalism

Vandalism is an action involving deliberate destruction of or damage to public or private property. The definition of vandalism to distinguish hostile behavior aimed at damaging or destruction of object, tool behavior, consisting of damage or des ...

                                               

War profiteering

Was a war profiteer is any person or organization that is making unreasonable profits from war or from the sale of weapons and other goods-participants in the war. The term usually carries a strong negative connotation. Total profit, making unrea ...

                                               

Websleuths

Websleuths is an online community that focused on crimes and missing persons. Private Websleuths, OOO maintains a forum for registered users to discuss and classify information relating to crimes, trials and cases that they are trying to solve. T ...

                                               

Witness tampering

Witness tampering is the act of trying to influence, change, or prevent the testimony of witnesses within criminal or civil proceedings. Witness tampering and reprisals against witnesses in cases of organized crime were the difficulties faced by ...

                                               

Annie Aves

Isabel Annie Aves New Zealand abortion. She was born in Waipawa, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand March 18, 1887. Aves held the business-an abortion from her home in Napier over the sea-tangle tents, which, when inserted into the cervical canal, absorbed ...

                                               

Bubba the Love Sponge

Bubba the love sponge Clem is an American radio host and businessman who is the host of the Bubba the love sponge show on the flagship station WWBA in Tampa, Florida, and a subscription service Bubba Army radio.

                                               

Ken Dodd

Sir Kenneth Arthur Dodd was a British comedian, singer and occasional actor. He was described as "the last great music hall entertainer", and was known mostly for his stand-up performances. The lifelong resident of knotty Ash in Liverpool, Dodds ...

                                               

Arun Ferreira

Arun Ferreira is an Indian activist. He was arrested in 2007 for alleged links with the Indian Naxalite movement and spent five years in prison before he was acquitted in 2012. He began his career as a lawyer defending political prisoners. He was ...

                                               

Åke Green

Åke green, the Swedish Church Pentecostal Christian pastor who was prosecuted, but acquitted, in accordance with the Swedish law against hate speech because of critical opinions on homosexuality in his sermons. The district court found him guilty ...

                                               

Werner Grothmann

Werner Grothmann was a middle-ranking commander in the Waffen-SS of Nazi Germany and the aide-de-camp to the chief of the SS Heinrich Himmler, from 1940 to Himmlers death in 1945.

                                               

Peter Hain

Gerald Peter Hein Baron, British labour party politician who was the member of Parliament for neath in the period from 1991 to 2015, and served in the cabinets of Tony Blair and Gordon brown. He was the leader of the house of Commons from 2003 to ...

                                               

John Kasper

John Casper was an activist and a member of the Ku Klux Klan, who took a very militant stand against racial integration during the civil rights movement.

                                               

Oliver H. Langeland

Oliver Hansen Langeland was a Norwegian officer and official. He has had a career in the civil service and army, and best known as the leader of district 13 Milorg From 1942 to 1944.

                                               

Ivar Lissner

Born into a German-Jewish father, Robert Lissner, and mother Charlotte Lissner nee Gensz, Lissner was Baltic German of Jewish origin. His father was a Kommerzienrat Commerce adviser and businessman who owned cork factories and other enterprises. ...

                                               

Spyridon Louis

Spiridon Louis, known as the Spyros Louis, a Greek water-carrier who won the first modern Olympic marathon at the summer Olympics 1896. After his victory, he was glorified as a national hero. A former soldier, Louis was invited to try out for the ...

                                               

Vince McMahon

Vincent Kennedy McMahon is an American professional wrestling promoter and Executive, American football Executive and businessman. He worked in the corporate sector in the WWE and behind the scenes since joining the company from his father in 198 ...

                                               

Cynthia Payne

Cynthia Payne was an English brothel Keeper, and a party hostess who made the headlines in the 1970s and 1980s when she was convicted of running a brothel at 32 Ambleside Avenue, Streatham, in the South-Western suburbs of London.

                                               

Pomponia Graecina

Pomponia Graecina was a noble Roman of the 1st century, which was related to the Julio-Claudian dynasty. She was the wife of Aulus Plautius, the General who led the Roman conquest of Britain in 43 ad, and was known as one of the few who dared to ...

                                               

Abu Qatada

Abu Qatada al-Filistini and-BA-kə - tah-də, Arabic أبو قتادة الفلسطيني, ’abū Qatāda al-Filistīnī), born Omar Mahmoud Othman in 1959 / 1960, is a Salafist cleric and Jordanian. Described in the international press as "a solid figure standing more ...

                                               

Seeds of Hope

Seeds of Hope ploughshares were a group of women who damaged BAE Hawk advanced training aircraft on the British aerospace Warton aerodrome near Preston, England, in 1996. As stated in the explanatory video, the film was left in the aircraft after ...

                                               

Tom Spiegel

Thomas Spiegel is an American banker and investor. He was the former head of Columbia savings and loans. Currently he is the Chairman and CEO of Linq3, a technology firm specializing in the lottery industry.

                                               

Bill Sutch

William ball Sutch, a New Zealand economist, historian, writer, civil servant, public figure. He is suspected of being a Soviet spy, and in 1974 he was accused of trying to pass New Zealand government information to the Soviet Union. He was acqui ...

                                               

John Terry

John George Terry is an English professional football coach and former footballer, who played as a Central defender. Previously, he was the captain of "Chelsea", England and "Aston Villa", he is an assistant coach in the past. Strong, tenacious, ...

                                               

Jeremy Thorpe

John Jeremy Thorpe was a British politician who served as member of Parliament for North Devon from 1959 to 1979, and as the leader of the Liberal party between 1967 and 1976. In may 1979, he was tried at the old Bailey on charges of conspiracy a ...

                                               

Trident Three

                                               

Mark Williams-Thomas

Mark Alan Williams-Thomas, a British journalist and former police officer. He is best known for exposing Jimmy Savile-pedophile, and in the other side of Jimmy Savile, a television documentary he presented as the lead investigator and title of th ...

                                               

Delfo Zorzi

Zorzi delfo / ROI Hagen was born in Arzignano, near Vicenza, Italy, on July 3, 1947, in the city where his family sells furs. In 1968, he moved to Naples to study Asian languages. He graduated with a PhD.Thesis on Bushidō, the Japanese code of co ...

                                               

Rex Armistead

Rex Armistead was a private detective, the officer of the Mississippi highway patrol, and the lead operative with the disbanded State sovereignty Commission of Mississippi. Later he was actively involved as an investigator for the Arkansas projec ...

                                               

Cynthia Bathurst

Cynthia Bathurst is an animal welfare advocate, winner of a national veterinary award, and founder and Director of safe humane Chicago, a nonprofit organization, which includes first-of-its kind program trial dog.

                                               

Thomas F. Byrnes

Thomas Byrnes was an Irish-American COP who served as head of the new York detective Department of the police Department from 1880 to 1895, who popularized the term "rogues gallery" and "third degree."

                                               

Thomas E. Dewey

Thomas Edmund Dewey, American lawyer, Prosecutor and politician. He served in the 47th Governor of new York from 1943 to 1954. In 1944 he was the Republican partys presidential candidate. He lost in 1944 the election of President Franklin D. Roos ...

                                               

Joakim Fohlman

Joakim Fohlman-Swedish serial entrepreneur, author and philanthropist, best known for his initiative to help the victims of the crimes in Sweden, including the movement of safer Uppsala and security Framework of Sweden. Fohlmans crusade against c ...

                                               

Francis Grevemberg

Francis Carroll Grevemberg, was the superintendent of the Louisiana State Police from 1952 to 1955, best remembered for his fight against organized crime. Grevemberg was born in Biloxi, Mississippi, to Francis Bartholomew "Frank" Grevemberg and t ...

                                               

Clay Higgins

Glenn clay Higgins is an American politician, a Republican, backed a law enforcement officer from Louisiana. He is the U.S. representative for Louisianas 3rd congressional district. The district is located in the southwestern corner of the state ...

                                               

J. Edgar Hoover

John Edgar Hoover-the first Director of the Federal Bureau of investigation United States and the American administrator of law enforcement. He was appointed Director of the Bureau of Investigation – the predecessor of the K. B. – in 1924 and was ...

                                               

Anthony Imperiale

He was born July 10, 1931, in Newark, new Jersey. He later served in the U.S. marine corps during the Korean war. In the 1960-ies he was opposed to desegregation busing in the United States. During the riots in Newark in 1967 he advocated armed w ...

                                               

Frank J. Loesch

Frank Joseph Loesch was a well-known Chicago attorney, reformer and founder of the Chicago Commission on crime, which tried to combat widespread corruption and organized crime-related violence.

                                               

Sheryl McCollum

Sheryl "Mac" McCollum is an American criminologist, College Professor, founder and Director of non-profit the if the research Institute of refrigeration Investigation based in Atlanta, GA and crime scene analyst for the CBS affiliate.

                                               

Eliot Ness

Eliot ness was an American prohibition agent, famous for his efforts to bring down al Capone and the observance of prohibition in Chicago, Illinois, and the leader of the famous group of law enforcement officers from Chicago, nicknamed the "untou ...

                                               

Charles Henry Parkhurst

Charles Henry Parkhurst was an American clergyman and social reformer, born in Framingham, Massachusetts. Although scholarly and reserved, he preached two sermons in 1892 in which he attacked the political corruption of the city authorities of ne ...

                                               

John S. Parsons

Parsons was born in 1836 in Gloucester. He received little formal education. Parsons tried to become a fisherman, but couldnt due to illness. Instead, he started a moving business. His son, Henry Parsons, joined him and eventually took over. In h ...

                                               

Westbrook Pegler

Francis James Westbrook Pegler was an American journalist and writer. He was a popular columnist in the 1930s and 1940s, the years known for its opposition to the new deal and unions. Pegler directed his pen to the presidents of both parties, inc ...

                                               

Joseph Petrosino

Joseph Petrosino was a COP in new York, which became a pioneer in the fight against organized crime. Methods of fighting crime that Petrosino was first practiced by law enforcement agencies.

                                               

Rebecca Petty

Rebecca Dean petty is an advocate for victims of violent crimes from Rogers, Arkansas. Her 12-year-old daughter was murdered in 1999. She is also a Republican member of the house of representatives of Arkansas on the part of Benton County in the ...

                                               

Allan Pinkerton

Jay Allan Pinkerton was a Scottish American detective and spy, best known for the creation of a National detective Agency Pinkerton.

                                               

Melvin Purvis

Melvin Horace Purvis II was an American law enforcement and the Federal Bureau of investigation agent. Earned the nickname "Little Mel" because of its short, 5 ft 4 in frame, Purvis became famous for leading the search, who captured the Bank robb ...

                                               

Buford Pusser

Buford Pusser Ḩays was the Sheriff of the County of Maknare, Tennessee, from 1964 to 1970 and constable Adamsville from 1970 to 1972. Pusser is known for his virtual people-the war on moonshining, prostitution, gambling and other vices along the ...

                                               

James Edwin Richards

James Edwin Richards, also known as Jim Richards, was an American citizen, journalist, editor and publisher of the area news, a weekly newsletter and e-Mail, who reported on the crime in Venice, California. Richards was killed in his Oak neighbor ...

                                               

Robert P. Shuler

Robert pierce Shuler, Sr., also known as "fighting Bob", was an American Evangelist and political figure. His radio broadcasts from his southern Methodist Church in Los Angeles, California, during the 1920s and early 1930-ies has attracted the at ...

                                               

Curtis Sliwa

Curtis plum-American anti-crime activist, founder and CEO of the Guardian Angels, radio talk show host and media personality.

                                               

Thomas De Witt Talmage

Thomas de Witt Talmage was a preacher, clergyman and divine in the United States who held pastorates in the reformed Church in America and Presbyterian Church. He was one of the most prominent religious leaders in the United States in the mid - t ...

                                               

Ruza Tomasic

Ruza Tomasic, Croatian politician, who is a member of the European Parliament since July 2013, he was elected to this position three times. After finishing primary school at the age of 10, Tomasic moved to Canada, where she finished secondary sch ...

                                               

John Walsh (television host)

Junior John Edward Walsh is an American TV presenter, the criminal investigator, human and victim rights advocate and the host / Creator of Americas most wanted. Walsh is known for his anti-crime activism, with which he became involved after the ...

                                               

Douglas Wilder

Lawrence Douglas Wilder is an American lawyer and politician who served in the 66th Governor of Virginia from 1990 to 1994. He was the first African American to serve as Governor of the state in the United States after reconstruction and the firs ...

                                               

7700 16th Street NW

7700 16th street NW, a private house in shepherd Park area of Washington, D.C., former house Center Hanafi mad-HAB. In 1973 this house was the scene of the massacre of 7 Hanafi Muslims the members of the Nation of Islam. It was the biggest murder ...

                                               

Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building

Alfred P. Murra Federal building Federal government of the USA is located in 200 5th street NW in downtown Oklahoma city, Oklahoma, USA. 19 April 1995 at 9:02 a.m., the building was the target of the blast in Oklahoma city, which killed 168 peopl ...

                                               

Ambassador Hotel (Los Angeles)

The Ambassador hotel was located in Los Angeles, California. Designed by architect Myron hunt, the hotel officially opened to the public from January 1, 1921. With a Mediterranean style, floor tile, Italian stone fireplaces and subtropical courty ...

                                               

Bataclan (theatre)

The Bataclan is a theatre located at 50 Boulevard Voltaire in the 11th arrondissement of Paris, France. Designed in 1864 by the architect Charles Duval, the title refers to the BA-TA-clan operetta by Jacques Offenbach. Since the early 1970s, it w ...

                                               

Cecil Hotel (Los Angeles)

To stay home is a budget hotel in downtown Los Angeles, located in S. main street 640, opened in 1927. It has 600 rooms. The hotel has a complicated history, but from 2017 it has been renovated and redeveloped into a combination of hotel rooms an ...

                                               

10050 Cielo Drive

10050 Cielo Drive was the address of the former luxury home in Benedict Canyon in the West-Central part of the Beverly crest Los Angeles, on the border of Beverly hills, where the family of Charles Manson, " the killing Tate in 1969. The residenc ...

                                               

Clackamas Town Center

Downtown Clackamas shopping center established in 1981 in Portland, Oregon, Metropolitan area, is located on unincorporated land in the Clackamas area of Clackamas County in the U.S. state of Oregon. It is controlled and co-owner Brookfield prope ...

                                               

The Dakota

Dakota, also known as the home of "Dakota" is home condominium apartment, located on the Northwest corner of 72nd street and Central Park West in the Upper West side in Manhattan in new York city, USA. It was completed in 1884. Dakota was the hom ...

                                               

Ford's Theatre

Theatre fords theatre is located in Washington, D.C., which was opened in August 1863. It is known as the site of the assassination of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln on 14 April 1865. After the shot fatally wounded 56-year-old President was taken ...

                                               

Kreischer House

Kreischer house, also known as the Kreischer mansion, is a historic building located in Charleston, Staten island, new York. Built by German immigrant Balthazar Kreischer about 1885, is a large, asymmetrically massed 2 1 ⁄ 2-story, wood-frame hou ...

                                               

Lizzie Borden House

From 1874 to 1892, the house was owned by Andrew Borden, Lizzies father, who was a member of high society fall river. Lizzies after the trial and acquittal for the murder of his father and stepmother in the house, she bought another house, locate ...

                                               

Lorraine Motel

                                               

Josiah B. and Sara Moore House

B. the house of Josiah and Sarah Moore home in villisca, Iowa, United States of America. The house was the site of the 1912 brutal murder of eight people, including six children. A documentary was made about the murder, which remains unsolved. Th ...

                                               

The Pentagon

The Pentagon is the headquarters of the Ministry of defense. As a symbol of the U.S. military, the Pentagon, the phrase is also often used as a synonym for the Ministry of defence and its leadership. Located in the County of Arlington, Virginia, ...

                                               

Pirates' House

Pirates house is a historic restaurant and tavern established in 1753 located in downtown Savannah, Georgia. Part of the structure was built in 1734, making it the oldest building in the state of Georgia. The modern restaurant was founded by herb ...

                                               

Rehmeyer's Hollow

Rehmeyers cavity, also known as hex hollow, is located in Central Pennsylvania near the Maryland border. This area was to draw National attention to the murder that occurred here in 1928. The name of the hollow was later changed to spring valley ...

                                               

Surratt House Museum

The surratt house is a historic home and house Museum located at 9110 Brandywine road in Clinton, the County Prince Georges, Maryland, United States of America. The house is named for John and Mary Surratt, who built it in 1852. Surratt Mary was ...

                                               

Mary E. Surratt Boarding House

Mary E. Surratt boarding House in Washington, D.C., was the site of meetings of conspirators to kidnap and subsequently to assassinate U.S. President Abraham Lincoln. She worked in the boarding house of Mary Surratt, from September 1864 until Apr ...

                                               

Texas School Book Depository

Texas school book Depository, now known as the administration building of the Dallas County in the seven-storey building, located Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas. The building was Lee Harvey Oswalds point in the assassination of U.S. President John ...

                                               

Town Center at Aurora

In the center of "Aurora" is an indoor, two-level regional shopping center located in Aurora, Colorado, and covers a leasable area of more than 1 million square meters. It is located in the heart of commercial and shopping district in the area ad ...

                                               

Watergate complex

The Watergate complex is a group of six buildings in Foggy bottom in Washington, D.C., in the United States. With a total area of 10 acres, adjacent to the John F. center Kennedy for the performing arts building include: Watergate South-700 new H ...

                                               

Children of incarcerated parents

                                               

Christopher Sena

Christopher Hay is a convicted sex offender from Las Vegas, USA. In February of 2019, he was convicted and sentenced to 54 life terms for his crimes.

                                               

Trump administration family separation policy

The Trump administration family separation policy is an aspect of US President Donald Trumps immigration policy. The policy was presented to the public as a "zero tolerance" approach intended to deter illegal immigration and to encourage tougher ...

                                               

Parental responsibility (criminal)

In Canada and the United States, the term parental responsibility refers to the potential or actual liability that may be incurred by parents for the behaviour of their children.

                                               

Protests against the Trump administration family separation policy

Protests against the trump of the administration of family separation policy is a reaction to trump the administrations policies to separate children from their parents or guardians, who crossed the border into the United States either illegally ...

                                               

Stop Child Executions Campaign

Stop child executions is a non-profit organization, co-founder of Nazanin Afshin-jam that aims to put an end to executions of minors in Iran. The organization campaigns to raise awareness and to put pressure on the government of the Islamic Repub ...

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