I didn't believe that a concentration camp could exist in America until, in Phoenix, Arizona, I saw one with my own eyes. Maricopa County is a fuzzy-lawed place where sentenced and un-sentenced inmates alike do hard time together.
On a Greyhound bus in 2008, Vince Li sawed his seatmate's head off with a Rambo knife. Now he's set to be released. We talked to a friend of Vince Li's—the CEO of the Schizophrenia Society of Canada—about it.
The syringes sit empty, ready for filling. The staff have all been trained, and are standing by. On Vietnam's death row, everything is set for carrying out hundreds of lethal injections but for one critical ingredient--poison.
Ohio State just wrapped up a perfect season, but aren't playing for a bowl because the NCAA is just as perfect as being straight evil. TattooGate and a history of the NCAA's scholar-athlete exploitation.
After getting grounded by our moms a bunch of times for doing basically nothing (oh, I'm two hours past curfew and now I can't leave the house for a whole week - that's really fair - NICE!) we decided to look into what other people get punished for.