A US police officer who was called out to arrest a family suspected of shoplifting instead bought them some food so they could have a decent Christmas dinner. Officer Matt Lima was called to a food store in Somerset, Massachusetts, … Continue reading Policeman buys family food instead of arresting them for shoplifting
What happens when you mix Law with Social Media? This two part documentary shown in the UK on C4 Real Lives, and on Channel 5 from Hey Buddy Films. Here is a compendium of misjudgement and poorly thought out decisions … Continue reading Don’t Blame Social Media?
Banks have blood on their hands. They’ve been moving dirty money for gangsters, Russian oligarchs, and even funders of terrorism. Thousands of documents leaked from the US Treasury reveal corruption on an industrial scale, involving HSBC, Barclays and many more banks! (See the … Continue reading The Great British Banking Scandal
The Murder of Maxwell Confait – Crimes that changed British Law. The Murder of Maxwell Confait in 1972 . Maxwell was a male prostitute who was known as Michelle and lived on Dogget Street in Catford in London SE6. His … Continue reading Crimes that changed the Law
Tonight’s Panorama looked at the fast-growing ‘scam’ call centres that offer employment to previously legitimate call centre employees turning to the allure of high earning computer-scamming criminal operation setting up across cities India – in particular New Delhi. A professional … Continue reading Spying on the Scammers