Rev. Shaun Harrison was a model citizen. As an educator and dean for Boston English High School, Harrison worked closely with law enforcement on a regular basis. As an anti-violence … Read More
Before forensics had come of age, it wasn’t uncommon for police investigators to compromise medical evidence within violent crime scenes. Medical evidence was often poorly persevered or even overlooked altogether. … Read More
In a perfect world money would not be a determining factor when it comes to bringing criminals to justice. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Today we’ll take a … Read More
It was a little over a year and a half ago when two young Waukesha, Wisconsin girls attempted to stab their friend to death in order to appease the fictional … Read More
On the morning of February 12, 2011, Joe Lozito boarded northbound train No. 3 at New York’s Penn Station. Lozito takes the first seat, located directly behind the train operator’s … Read More
Killing a person is one of the most horrific crimes a human being can ever commit, and prison seems like the only solution for those who took one or even … Read More
Who said that mommy is the person you will always love no matter what? Who said that daddy is the one you will always remember for the cookies he used … Read More
With Donald Trump as a front runner for the GOP presidential nomination he’s been making a lot of press lately. His ego and penchant for alienating most of his voter … Read More
It was October 30, 1975, just a day before Halloween, when the body of 15-year-old Martha Moxley was found bludgeoned to death under a tree within her own yard. Growing … Read More
For around 300 dollars a night, lonely gay men could rent out 40-year-old Stephen Port. A gangly man at 6’5” with sandy blonde hair, Port was willing to submit to … Read More
Sword and Scale, which debuted in 2013, covers the underworld of criminal activity and the demented minds that perform the most despicable and unthinkable actions.
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