The owner of a restaurant in the United States offered a job to a man trying to rob a restaurant

After someone broke into a restaurant in Augusta, Georgia over the weekend, the business owner reacted in an unusual way: he offered the suspect a job. Writes about this CNN. “No police, no questions. Let's sit down and talk about how we can help ...

The police did not strangle George Floyd: the lawyer released an unexpected video

On the footage presented in the court, one can see that the policeman's knee rests not on Floyd's neck, as was previously believed, but on his back, reports "Correspondent". In the United States, the lawyer of the police officer Derek Chauvin, who is accused of the death of African American George Floyd, presented in court ...

Doctor, teacher, clown: how cruel maniacs pretended to be ordinary people for years

“Lifehacker” invites you to recall the most inventive serial killers in history, who for years managed to hide from punishment and pretend to be quite respectable people. 1. Henry Holmes His real name is Herman Mudgett. He was born in 1861 into a Methodist family ...

US accuses Russian citizen of illegal technology export

The federal grand jury accuses three foreign nationals - a Russian citizen and two Bulgarian citizens - of violating the International Economic Emergency Powers Act (IEEPA), the Export Control Reform Act (ECRA) and the Money Laundering Act, in the procurement of sensitive radiation-resistant ...

Illegals released from custody over COVID-19 commit crimes again

Some illegal immigrants released from custody in October following a court order due to the safety of the spread of COVID-19 have been re-arrested for new crimes, according to the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). In particular, for sexual violence against minors and ...

Arizona official smuggled pregnant women into the U.S. and sold their babies

Paul Petersen organized flights for pregnant women from the Marshall Islands to Arkansas, Arizona or Utah, where they stayed in houses that he paid for. The man sold the children born with great profit, says Vice. An adoption attorney from Arizona, who for 12 ...

Hate Crimes Breaking US Records

According to the FBI report released on Monday, November 16, hate crimes in the United States reached their highest level in more than a decade. Federal officials also recorded the highest number of hate killings since the start of this data collection ...

Made millions: a Texas woman for 20 years stole things in stores and sold on eBay

A 63-year-old resident of Dallas, Texas, was sent to federal prison for participating in a multimillion dollar theft of goods in various US states, which she subsequently sold on eBay, US Attorney Ryan Patrick said. This is stated on the official website of the US Department of Justice. Kim ...

Florida woman shot in front of her children during Zoom lesson

A Florida woman was killed while her 10-year-old daughter was taking an online lesson at Zoom. The incident was witnessed by the teacher on the other side of the screen, as well as six children who were present in the house, writes BBC. According to the police, the shooting took place on Tuesday, August 11, at ...

16-year-old teenager accused of killing four people in the US capital

On June 17, in Washington, DC, police arrested a 16-year-old boy suspected of killing 4 people in a series of violent crimes, writes Fox News. According to Metropolitan Police Department reports, Michael Mason conducted deadly shootouts for 7 weeks between April 7 ...

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