Call me a cynic I guess, (but) it's not a surprise that your own paid investigators would give you a clean bill of health.Aw, c'mon. Would the Mafia lie about being the Mafia just to get its fingers into a gambling enterprise? Never happen.
2. If nothing else, it looks like we may have cornered one export market:
The number of felons deported each year to Tijuana and Mexicali has grown – from 6,300 in 1995 to 9,500 in 2003.3. Which may help to explain why our crime rate is down:
The 2003 violent crime rate — assault, sexual assault and armed robbery — stood at 22.6 victims for every 1,000 people age 12 and older. That amounts to about one violent crime victim for every 44 U.S. residents.4. Think the anit-gun folks will be happy once they have taken all our guns from us? Think again.
By comparison, there were 23 violent crime victims per 1,000 people in 2002. In 1993, the violent crime rate was 50 per 1,000 people, or about one in every 20 people.
5. Boston in the Summer: Crime and Rats.
6. The number of people who are being caught driving without a license in Australia is growing by leaps and bounds. It makes me wonder if they have the same sort of laws we have here in Virginia which basically force the poor to break the law (drive) in order to do things like get to work.
7. Having your identity stolen two or three times has got to suck.
8. Is Canada turning too soft on criminals?
9. When the Sheriff lets you escape during a smoke break you'd best figure out a way to get the cuffs off or you'll probably get caught again.
10. And walking away from your work detail probably isn't going to make the remainder of your prison stay easier to endure.