In a scene usually reserved for TV, that one police officer described as “pretty gruesome,” three rival motorcycle gangs broke out the chains, knives and guns, and went to war Sunday afternoon in the parking lot of a Hooters-type restaurant in Waco, Texas. When the dust finally settled, nine bikers had been killed and at least 18 people had been taken to the hospital with a variety of gunshot and stab wounds.
Florida parents Joey and Chad Mudd were recently arrested after allegedly—and repeatedly—using pot as a ‘bargaining tool’ to get their 13 and 14-year-old daughters to get good grades and clean the various bongs and pipes around the house. On one occasion, Dad allegedly even gave his daughters a couple toots of coke in his pick-up truck. Presumably they were on their way to school and he thought coke was a more affordable option than adderall.They really try to start’em young in Florida, don’t they?
“He would fashion severed limbs out of prison food to taunt the other inmates… and drizzle on packets of ketchup as blood”
Inmate Christopher Scarver on why he killed Jeffrey Dahmer in prison. He was “fiercely disgusted.”
Contenders for “trio of the year” were recently arrested after police executing a search warrant found “meth, heroin, firearms, marijuana, drug paraphernalia and a large amount of cash” in their Indiana residence. The squirrel in question was eating out of a cat food bag, running around the house, and the ginseng was out-of-season.
In weird police chases caught on film that end predictably, San Bernandino’s finest assault a suspect who tried to getaway on a stolen horse.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former head of the IMF is on trial in France for allegedly organizing and recruiting high-end prostitutes for orgies at luxury hotels across the globe. In France it’s not illegal to pay for sex, but it is illegal to pimp.
Call it guilt by association, because that’s exactly what happened to 43-year-old Mami Urakawa, who was apprehended by Osaka police Wednesday after being identified in a cctv video hanging out with her boyfriend CLET as he added some humor to a street sign in the Japanese city. A “partner both in crime and life,” Urakawa took the rap for her man’s crimes and admitted to participation in the vinyl alterations to the city’s traffic signs which had been targeted by CLET as “symbols of authority that he seeks to challenge through art.” So you must be wondering where dude is during all of this? Well, he’s currently back in Florence, Italy where the couple resides, posting to facebook and sorting out what to do.
A look through some of CLET’s work, below.
A clip from the BBC documentary Beat This!: A Hip-Hop History, directed by Dick Fontaine.
CCTV Footage from last month of a Hypnotist thief who put a shopkeeper in a trance before making off with hundreds of £££’s.