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Here are the top ten articles for the Crime Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Justified - A Review
Justified was an American televison crime drama show starring Timothy Olyphant as US Deputy Marshal Raylan Givens. Easily, this generation's Dirty Harry.
2. Colorado's Strange Laws
It is okay to tear the tags off of mattresses and pillows in Colorado but it is illegal to fire a catapult at buildings in Aspen. Read these strange laws and many others for Colorado.
3. Dumb Criminals-Vandalism Edition
When you commit acts of vandalism, there are a few things you should never do. Write your name on the wall you are vandalizing, never "tweet" your crime and never, ever commit the crime in front of a police officer.
4. Your Fifth Amendment Rights
We have all heard the Miranda Warning being given and most of us can recite it, but, do you know what the Miranda Warning actually gives you protection against and what it doesn't protect you from?
5. Michael Franzese
Michael Franzese went from being a soldier in the American Mafia to becoming one of the biggest earners in the Mafia to walking away from that life and becoming a Christian motivational speaker.
6. The Dating Game Serial Killer
Rodney Alcala was a serial killer who once appeared on the Dating Game television show. He won the show but after the woman who picked him got to talk with him afterward, found him to be creepy and declined to go on the date. This had probably saved her life.
7. West Virginia Strange Laws
In West Virginia, it is illegal to walk your tiger, even if it is on a leash. It is also illegal for a person to hold public office if that person ever participated in a duel.
8. Marlene Warren Unsolved Murder
Marlene Warren, a successful business woman, was murdered by someone dressed like a clown in May of 1990. The case remains unsolved.
9. The Brass Ceiling
Women still face hardships and discrimination in the field of law enforcement and have a hard time breaking these barriers and getting through the brass ceiling.
10. Buford Pusser - Walking Tall
Sheriff of McNairy County, Tenessee, Buford Pusser walked tall and carried a big stick. He survived 8 shootings and 7 stabbings but was killed in a car accident on his way home from the county fair. His daughter and her friends came upon the accident just moments after it happened.
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