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Could you imagine what it might be like to be a white lawyer and have to stand up for a black man accused of rape of a white woman in a racist county? In the book To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Atticus Finch sits in a chair in… Read More

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This is a reaction paper that covers the existence of Organized Crime and their activities in United States. Read More

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Federal Bureau of Investigation; an agency of the Justice Department responsible for investigating violations of Federal laws. Read More

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Stephen Craig Paddock was an American mass murderer responsible for the 2017 Las Vegas shooting, during which he fired into a crowd of approximately 22,000 concertgoers attending a country music festival on the Las Vegas Strip Read More

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The human mind is being preyed upon by psychoemotional vampires who exploit the glands of the endocrine system for illicit personal gain. Read More

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A secret thread of the macabre stretches back through time distilling primeval lore out of truths buried under the façade of the modern moment. Read More

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Armageddon is only a button push away.... Read More

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Oozing ectoplasm from ages old desert tombs.... Read More

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Some tourists have traveled much, much farther than others to see Roswell, or underground nuclear missile silos. Read More

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Now they know your name. Read More

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My days snooping against the Taliban and Foreign Intelligence Services exploiting the proud people of Afghanistan. Read More

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Summer School: Health I just had to get my health credit, but how? My dad had suggested I take it over the summer, so that I could make room in high school for other really important classes, so I took the offer. I mean, how bad can it be? It’s… Read More

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Reflections on murder as an artform. Read More
Perspectives of the instigation of crime and scale of punishments throughout the multiple eras. How can improvement in literacy affect the brutality of punishments? Let's find out. Read More

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