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Crime Patrol - Bikhre Rishte - क्राइम पेट्रोल सतर्क - Episode 508 - 16th May 2015

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Crime Patrol coming back in its 4th season attempts to bring stories of crime happening all around the country. Crimes that tell us, we need to be careful, we need to be watchful. Crimes that tell us lives could have been saved.Every crime we hear of, either warns us to be careful or scares us, it could happen to us. Every crime ignites a feeling, “It should not have happened”.Would knowing the “Why” behind a crime, help in stopping a crime from happening?“I don’t like the way he looks at me”, “I don’t like the way he/she is behaving”, “I think he/she is out of his/her mind”, “I think he/she has gone crazy”. That gaze, that quirky smile, that persistent stare which unnerves. It is difficult to understand the intentions but the hints are there.In a house a husband and wife argue, fight. A vessel comes flying, a glass breaks. Husband is angry and the wife is upset. That hatred, that ego. The distance that keeps growing. It is difficult to comprehend the damage, but the cracks are there.Feelings… expressions. Misunderstood, unresolved callings of the heart. The cracks are there. Too wide to be missed. Yet when the heart takes over the mind, the outcome is a mindless tragedy.Crime Patrol- Dastak will attempt to look at the signs, the signals that are always there before these mindless crimes are committed. Instincts/Feelings/Signals that so often tell us that not everything is normal. May be, that signal/feeling/instinct is just not enough to believe it could result in a crime. Unfortunately after the crime is committed, those same signals come haunting.

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Top 10 disturbing crimes that famous actors and singers were accused of committing.
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We may idolize celebrities and think of them as better than the average person, but some celebrities have committed crimes that prove otherwise. Crimes that make them a lot less absolute and important than we would have thought. We may still love and respect a lot of the people featured in this video, but there are some that have completely lost their fans and followers because of their disturbing actions.

In some cases, these celebrities have not been able to recover from the crimes that they committed, in other cases the celebrity died before anything could be solved or before they could pay for the things that they had done. From domestic abuse to death, the people featured in this video have done some awful things, and they were all idolized at one time by millions of people. Some continue to be idolized, some even gained popularity after they committed these crimes. It’s hard to believe the things that these stars have done, and in most cases it’s easy to feel angry at the fact that they never got what they deserved. Because of fame and fortune, it’s easy for celebrities to get out of a fate that would be inevitable for the average person. Whether you forgive these people for what they have done, or if you’ll never be able to look at them the same way, it’s always shocking to find out that someone that seems to lead such a charmed life has committed such terrible crimes. It makes you feel better about your normal life, because at least you haven’t had to go through accusations, trials, and jail time and have all of this on display for the world to see. Committing a crime is magnified when you’re a celebrity because this terrible time in your life is out there for everyone to follow along and judge. But in most of these cases we don’t feel bad for the celebrity in question, because none of these stars were falsely accused. They were all guilty to some degree for these appalling crimes.

There will always be some scandal going on in Hollywood when it comes to celebrities getting themselves into sticky situations and trouble with the law, and there will always be people who will want to read about it. Because when people that seem so perfect do something so flawed, society eats it up. We love seeing stars go through hell, because the rest of the time they seem to be cruising along in life, problem-free. There also times where we can’t help but feel bad for celebrities we love, people still buy Jay-Z’s albums even though he shot his brother when he was younger, and Michael Jackson still has people mourning his passing even though he was accused of many crimes involving children. Some fans are very, very dedicated to the work of celebrities they admire, no matter what they’ve done in their personal lives. In this video you’ll be shocked to hear about the disturbing crimes committed by celebrities.

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Mike Tyson
Snoop Dogg
R. Kelly
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Sid Vicious
Michael Jackson
Bill Cosby

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10 Incriminating Selfies That Solved Crimes

Top 10 dumb people who took selfies and got in big trouble
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Selfies have become all the rage in the last couple of years. The ability to take your own picture is mainly thanks to technology like cell phones and iPads. Manufacturing companies have even caught on to the trend and have even included front-facing cameras on most of their product to make taking selfies even easier. In fact, the word “selfie” wasn’t even in our vocabulary less than ten years ago, which shows just how quickly an idea can take off and become a household name in a matter of seconds thanks to the media.
A person’s selfie can tell you a lot about them, and psychologists and psychiatrists are constantly putting out new studies that can analyze a person’s mental state based on the selfie they took. A selfie can tell you whether someone feels confident, depressed, scared, etc. But did you know that a selfie can also solve a crime? Yes, it’s true. Some selfie-takers aren’t the smartest crayons in the box and will take selfies with the weapons they used to commit a crime, take a selfie with the money they just stole, or take a selfie at the scene of the crime to show off to their friends.
But this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the art of solving crimes via selfie. In this video we have ten selfies that helped the authorities solve crimes and put their vain criminals behind bars for good.

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Article from World Psychiatry:

“Spouse revenge filicide is difficult to prevent, because there is usually little warning. This behavior most often occurs after learning of spousal infidelity or in the course of child custody disputes.”

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Altruistic filicide:
The parent kills the child because it is perceived to be in the best interest of the child.

*Acts associated with parental suicidal ideation—The parent may believe that the world is too cruel to leave the child behind after his or her death.

*Acts meant to relieve the suffering of the child—The child has a disability, either real or imagined, that the parent finds intolerable.

Acutely psychotic filicide
The parent, responding to psychosis, kills the child with no other rational motive. This category may also include incidents that occur secondary to automatisms related to seizures or activities taking place in a post-ictal state.

Unwanted child filicide
The parent kills the child, who is regarded as a hindrance. This category also includes parents who benefit from the death of the child in some way (e.g., inheriting insurance money, marrying a partner who does not want step-children).

Accidental filicide
The parent unintentionally kills the child as a result of abuse. This category includes the rarely occurring Munchausen syndrome by proxy.

Spouse revenge filicide
The parent kills the child as a means of exacting revenge upon the spouse, perhaps secondary to infidelity or abandonment.

Since television began, and on radio and in legions of books before then, crime has been a constant source of material for the writers who write it and the public that devours it. But in nearly every instance, the moral is: Crime Doesn’t Pay, and the long arm of the law always tap the shoulder of the criminal who then takes the fall. But is that always the case? Are audiences so programmed after decades of crime stories to expect that criminals always will lose while the police yuk it up with donuts and coffee in the last moments of the play?

It seems not to be so in real life. Crime rates, while relatively low compared to population statistics versus crimes that are reported and subsequently investigated, disagree with the conventional wisdom of crime writers. Crime is big business. It always has been and it likely always will be. In fact, I know this to be true because I am a retired career criminal who has made an incredible living over the course of my twenty-five years in the profession. I’ve even written a book about my exploits that will probably go a long way towards closing a number of cases that have flummoxed law enforcement for years.

I have been waiting for the day that I could publish the book and write articles like this one and as of May of 2010 the statute of limitations for my final job (which netted me a cool $ 210,000) expired. In the immortal words of pulp writers and cheesy TV personalities like Geraldo Rivera, Now It Can Be Told!

The fact that I would lead with is this: A life of professional crime is more than doable; it is a highly exciting and rewarding career if it is approached with a clear head and an understanding and appreciation of your skill level, and is even more attainable if you admit your limitations.

There are standards which must be met if you wish to be a successful criminal, and one must never waver from them. I hope by now that you guessed that my crimes were committed solely for financial gain and were well-crafted and professionally designed capers. I absolutely abhor violence and thuggery of any kind. The maniacal sociopath prone to violent and narcissistic behaviors garners no respect or admiration from me. They are truly the losers who belong on the prison tiers and death rows of our society.

My “victims” are banks, the insanely wealthy, corporations, and arrogant egotistical fools who are so caught up in their own self-images that half the time they don’t realize that I’ve tagged them. And believe me, you cannot even fathom for a nanosecond how much fun it is to see them scramble and fret once they realize that their pockets and bottom lines have been breached. There’s nothing to describe it, other than to picture what it must feel like the first time a skydiver jumps from a plane or when a bungee jumper careens off a bridge spanning a thousand-foot gorge in New Zealand.

No, my life has been a wondrous adventure, and my career has been a total success.

It began shortly after I left the Navy and went to work for the Central Intelligence Agency. It was there that I was schooled in the fine art of… crime. That’s right; my months spent at The Farm were nothing more than passing time at a legal crime school. Over the course of my government career I committed no less than a thousand major felonies (none involving the death or distress of another) that in the real world would have made me a prison lifer, or very close to it.

While at the CIA I was mentored by people who could wear the tag of criminal mastermind without a blink. And I was an excellent student.

When I left the agency following the demise of the Soviet Union, I decided to do what so many former government workers do: I took my skills and began using them in the private sector for financial gain. And I’ve never looked back.

Looking forward, I have recognized a need for crime writers and researchers to have access to my methods and experiences in order to afford them the ability to craft stories where the “good guys” don’t automatically get their man. It’s time for some equal opportunities for the “bad guys” in the world of crime writing and research, not only because there is a minimal amount of work out there available on the subject, but because it also happens to be true.

Crime writers and law enforcement would have you believe that it is impossible to commit The Perfect Crime and they are doing a disservice to their readers and the taxpaying citizens who fund the police by creating a false sense of security. All kinds of crimes go unsolved and unpunished, and while I wish the worst on those who would harm people physically, I think it’s worth mentioning that a large majority secretly roots for the master criminal who pulls the perfect bank heist using only his wits and careful planning to pull the job.  Not a soul is harmed and the loot leaves the premises, but almost invariably the crook gets caught in the last few moments of the story.

Well, if you are interested in the intricacies of successful crime, then please check back often to enjoy a few How To articles about this universally intriguing subject. I have also written a book called Crime Pays: Making Your Living with a Life of Crime that you may find enlightening and entertaining as well. Until the Next Job, hang in there and have a great day!

No relation to the “other” Stephen King, Steve is a master criminal who has never been fingered by law enforcement in the over twenty-five years he has been engaged in full-time criminal activity. Over the years he has amassed multi-million dollar payoffs and has finally retired, his last statute of limitations expiring with the publication of his book, Crime Pays: Making Your Living with a Life of Crime.

Nodisinfo Taken Down After Publishing Article on Zionist Crime Syndicate

See this video which acts as a report on the status of The site has apparently been subjected to a DDOS attack. It cannot be accessed by admin; there is no way to post any articles or for comments to post. Every attempt has been made to correct it, so far unsuccessfully.

All this happened within four days of publishing the article, Zionist Criminal Minds and the Mass Murder of People in the Middle East. The crime syndicate agents were named in the post.

Just who attacked it and disabled it or precisely what happened to it is unknown, although it is said that a file was added that used up all the memory and is now blocking access.

It has been attacked before and there has been threats of attack, notably by Sandy Hoaxer Ryan Graney (sp).

The Murder of Hannah Foster: TRUE CRIME STORIES (SHOCKING Crime Documentary)

Hannah Foster (31 August 1985 — 14 March 2003) was a 17-year-old British student who was kidnapped, raped and murdered after a night out in Southampton in March 2003. Foster was murdered by an Indian immigrant Maninder Pal Singh Kohli. Her body was found in nearby West End, two days after she disappeared in Southampton.
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