Matthew Cordle, the man who promised on Youtube to take responsibility for his drunk driving crash that killed a man, surprised a court today when he plead not guilty. He says he’ll make good and enter a guilty at his next appearance on Sept 18th.
In this prison interview Charles Manson is asked why, despite the fact that he is obviously guilty, he never expressed remorse. His stunning answer: "Remorse for what?!" What follows is a classic Mansonesque rant.
One of the most prolific known American serial killers, Gary Ridgway was convicted of 49 murders and confessed to nearly 100. He killed women and girls, many of them prostitutes, in Washington state. He left their bodies in the woods and would sometimes come back to have sex with them. Below is a video interview in which Ridgway discusses the ways in which he lured his victims.
Mathew Cordle, the man who posted a confession in which he says he “killed a man,” has been indicted by a grand jury today and will face up to eight and a half years in prison.
A unique perspective from an amateur videographer, who shot the crime scene after outlaws Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow reached the end of their road to ruin and infamy.
A 22-year-old confesses to killing a man in a video posted on a web startup site called becauseisaidiwould.com
It’s being called the new “it” drug, but it’s really just an old drug working it’s way back into the scene: MDMA or Ecstacy. Molly is sold as a purer form of that drug and can have serious and dangerous effects on the user including depression and hyperthermia.
An interview with serial killer Carl Panzram’s unlikely friend, jailer Henry Lesser. Panzram, remembered as one of the most ruthless and unremorseful serial killers in American history, described his crimes to Lesser in Detail. Before his death in 1983, Lesser gave this interview about his relationship with Panzram.
A good example of how not to park, how not to back up, and of how to get totally hung up on a curb. This surveillance video shows the work of a driver who probably should’ve left the car at home that day.
The following video demonstrates how luck and timing can wreak havoc with the goals of those eager to rob. The title does not exaggerate either, 15 seconds from entering the convenience store to being hustled off to a police cruiser.