By Michael Thomas Barry  This week (May 4-10) in crime history – The Haymarket Riot (May 4, 1886); The remains of navy veteran William McGuire were found in a suit case near...
 
May 4 2015, Eponymous Rox
A Draw Muhammad contest intended to offend Muslims worldwide drew gunfire instead of gaiety, leaving two irate shooters dead and questions about free speech versus hate speech burning in the state of...
 
May 4 2015, Eponymous Rox
A registered sex offender who caged a woman in his home for over four months is on the run this week, after the “hysterical” victim escaped captivity and reported him to police via 911. James...
 
May 3 2015, Eponymous Rox
While an officer down in New York City over the weekend continues to be hospitalized, his shooter has finally been apprehended. Late last night in the borough of Queens, two plainclothes police...
 
May 3 2015, Eponymous Rox
Six Baltimore cops who maimed Freddy Gray in transit last month have at last been held accountable in his resulting death from a broken neck, but still haven’t disclosed why they arrested the 25-year...
 
May 2 2015, Eponymous Rox
It’s time to boycott SeaWorld for its heartless and inhumane treatment of orcas, and put an end to the depraved criminal enterprise which cruelly enslaves these noble beasts of the sea as mere circus...

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