murder

4.14.19

Chicago Police Are Finally Investigating Whether a Serial Killer Murdered 51 Women Since 2001

Many were found on the south and west sides of Chicago, and almost all were black.

3.27.19

Hunting England's Notorious Murderer the 'Beast of Buckland'

A young man was convicted of the murder in 1988, and served 16 years for a crime he did not commit. Now, a retired detective thinks he knows who really did it.

3.15.19

The Affluenza Murder Case That Shocked America 100 Years Ago

The concept that helped Ethan Couch didn't exist yet, but the fact of two justice systems—and some Puritan morality—made for a wild end to a brutal murder case.

3.5.19

Inside the Uniquely American Horror Story of Summer Gun Violence in Chicago

"The one thing that I get really agitated about is how little things have changed in many of these neighborhoods."

3.5.19

Melbourne Man Admits He Killed an Airbnb Guest over Unpaid Rent

Thirty-six-year-old Ramis Jonuzi was strangled to death after he was unable to pay the $210 he owed his host.

2.20.19

The Life and Strange Death of the Khmer Rouge Survivor Who Won an Oscar, Then Got Murdered

Today marks the 20-year anniversary of the murder of Haing S. Ngor, which some believe was ordered by the Khmer Rouge in response to his role in 'The Killing Fields.'

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2.19.19

'Lords of Chaos' Is a Loving, Concerned, and Troubled Look at Black Metal

VICE spoke with director Jonas Åkerlund about his new take on an old story.

2.12.19

The Rich Kid Accused of Killing His Mom and Hiding the Body with 'Girlfriends'

Jared Eng is charged with killing his mother, and two women are accused of helping him move the corpse.

2.10.19

Judge Changes Law to Give Man Who Killed Six Muslim Men More Guaranteed Prison Time

The massacre committed by Alexandre Bissonnette was driven by racial hatred, but a judge did not consider it terrorism.

2.10.19

'I Am the Night' Unearths New Details of Hollywood's Black Dahlia Murder

Patty Jenkins’ new TNT series uncovers new details connected to the infamous Black Dahlia murder of the 1940s—and explores it as a story of racial identity.

2.5.19

Meet the Journalist Who Interviewed Ted Bundy for Months

“I wanted him to reveal himself for what he was. A piece of shit.”

1.30.19

We Don’t Need Any More Stories About Ted Bundy

By making Bundy a subject of movies, songs, TV shows, and podcasts, we’re giving a narcissist exactly what he always wanted—attention.

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