What criminal does not dream to turn "ideal business" and to remain unpunished? They carefully plan, think over the smallest details, prepare alibis and commit crimes in full confidence that they will get out of the water. Not yet pierced on any trifle, as the heroes of our articles.
believes, that even in the most sophisticated criminal plans always there will gap, and if there is no — the intervenes itself fate and justice would still will prevail.
Criminals more than once burned on the thirst for "Souvenirs" from a crime scene. But Anthony Garcia managed to beat them all. He killed a man during the robbery of a liquor store and even successfully disappeared, leaving the police no clues or evidence. s impunity lasted 4 years until he got caught driving with expired rights. The police station took photos of the perpetrator, imposed a fine on him and released.
And only later, when one of the police officers, familiar with the case of the robbery of a liquor store, looking through a stack of photos from the station, he was surprised to find one of the pictures tattoo that accurately described the scene of the crime. There was even a shop sign and a signature that a murder had been committed.
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If you've ever been in the same room with a cat, you know how clingy their hair can be. So she killed David lder, who tried to hide the murder of his friend. At the crime scene, the criminologists managed to find cat hairs.
By the way, this was the first case in the history of great Britain, when the CAT's DNA served as a working evidence to prove the guilt of the defendant.
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The murder of Susan Rainer and the disappearance of her two children, Michael and Karen, aged 10 and 11, shocked Americans deeply. And it would go unpunished, if not for one small detail-a green pin with the letter P, which the girl bought during the tour and always wore for good luck.
This pin was found under the passenger seat of William S. Bradford Jr., a school English teacher. Unfortunately, the court did not manage to find out the fate of the disappeared children, but thanks to this small detail and the testimony of colleagues, the murderer was brought to justice.
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In Cali, Colombia, two men pretended to be Internet cafe visitors to later suddenly grab their guns and Rob the place. The partners pulled off the case pretty clean, they left no prints, no evidence, no images on the security camera.
But one of the criminals, killing time before the "operation", logged into your account social network Facebook. And forgot to get out of it. The personal page was filled in so conscientiously that even the home address was specified in it.
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The note gives detailed instructions that the boy's father should leave the ransom package in the old factory, and States that this is the only way to save his son.
In the 20-ies of the last century, Richard Loeb and Nathan Leopold, young men of high society, spoiled by parental money and are passionate about the nihilistic theories of Nietzsche, decided to challenge society and to prove that neither the legal nor the moral law is no control over them. And did it in a radical way-killed a young man. They carefully planned the crime for 4 months and were confident that the body was safely hidden in a drainpipe near the railway. They also decided to let the police on a false trail and sent the parents of the deceased boy a letter demanding ransom.
But the flow in the pipe was stronger than expected by the criminals. And in the morning the workers found the body. The police arrived and found glasses at the crime scene. And not simple, but terribly expensive-such in the city were sold only a few pieces, some of them — Nathan. Suspicions were strengthened by the analysis of typewriters, examination confirmed that the letter to parents was printed on Richard's machine.
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Gifted hacker Max Butler committed the largest theft of credit card data of the late XX century. He was able to connect to the American Express system and steal more than 2 million sets of Bank card data. These data he resold to other attackers and received more than $ 86 million.
Surprisingly, the rich hacker did not go to the winds, but decided that he had secured his future and lived a normal quiet life with his girlfriend. This went on for several years, until the hands of the FBI did not get a former accomplice Butler Jonathan Giannone. Naturally, he did not know the name or appearance of the hacker, but remembered the fact from his biography — Butler said that he was one of the two main suspects in the case of hacking the game Half-Life-2. The names of the suspects and their details, of course, preserved.
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Another example that proves that never before anyone should not boast of achievements in the field of crimes. Susan Schwartz was shot dead in her house, but the police didn't find any leads, so the case remains unsolved. But the photo of the girl got into a prison experiment: the government printed a deck of cards for prisoners, which contained information about the victims of unsolved crimes, a phone number and the promise of a reward.
The case of Schwartz, like many others, immediately moved forward. It turns out that her killer is now in prison for less serious offences and had to brag to fellow inmates what crime he got away with it.
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The first picture is a photo of Joey Martin from the album at graduation from high school. The second picture — Alexander Barsky, one of the perpetrators, during the trial in 2012, 14 years after the murder.
A fresh look is good not only in prison experiments. Sometimes even the old case can be moved if you take a closer look at the testimony. So it was with the unsolved case of the death of Joey Martin in 1996. The guy snuck out of the house to meet in the woods with friends, but never returned home.
Joey was reported missing, but the search operation came up empty: no body, no trace. Two friends on interrogations claimed that Martin at all didn't come with them to the wood, and went to walk alone. They believed them, there was no evidence against the guys. And only 10 years later the case was reread by the young detective and found out that in the text of interrogation both young men, describing the actions that night, use expression"all of us". Who says that when there's only two of you? When re-opening the case in 2008, one of the friends confessed to manslaughter, the second managed to condemn later.
Zephani was only 3 days old when an unknown woman kidnapped her from the hospital while her mother was sleeping. It happened on April 30, 1997.
Sometimes in solving crimes intervenes, it seems that fate itself. Young couple by the name of the nurse lost her daughter Sefani in the hospital. It was stolen by a woman in a nurse's uniform. It was supposed that it could be the mother who lost the child at childbirth, but it wasn't succeeded to find the kidnapper though parents of the girl continued desperate searches and didn't give up even after some years later they had the second daughter.
The girl grew up, she was transferred to a new school, where she became friends with a student of the final classes older than her by 4 years. All school friends and even teachers said that they are incredibly similar. Cassidy told her parents about it, and when they found out that the new girlfriend's birthday coincides with the birthday of Zephani, they managed through the police to obtain permission to conduct a DNA test. The kinship was immediate: this case and some strange attraction the sisters found each other.
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