criminal

Inside Outsider

How Chopper Tried and Failed to Become a Rapper

He was too "real" for hip-hop.
Mahmood Fazal
2.22.18
crime

Australia’s Weirdest Unsolved Murder Began With a Shark Coughing Up a Human Arm

Authorities would never recover the rest of career criminal and police informant Jim Smith.
Stephanie Hughes
11.9.17
crime

What It's Like to Be On the Run from the Police

We spoke to a guy currently on the run, one who was caught and is currently in prison, and another who's now free, about hiding out from the law.
Sophie Brown
3.28.17
crime

The Life Story of Copenhagen's Most Hardened Gangster

Leon Fristrup Jensen has spent a total of 31 years in prison.
Lars Jellestad
3.14.17
sexting

Your Sexts Could Be Criminal

Text messages are included in the Obscene Publications Act, so we tried to work out exactly what you'd need to say to be considered obscene.
Jenny Guérin
3.14.17
Fashion

A Felt Artist Recreated the UK's Most Shoplifted Items

British artist Lucy Sparrow took a humorous look at the everyday criminal act of shoplifting.
Kevin Holmes
11.2.16
News

The Canadian Woman Who Had Her Family Killed When She Was 12 Is Now Free

The woman, now 22, had her boyfriend kill her parents and little brother ten years ago.
Allison Tierney
5.7.16
rule britannia

Walking Heavy: Britain's Most Notorious Reformed Criminal

The story of one of Britain's most notorious reformed criminals, Jason Coghlan, who was jailed for armed robbery before finding an even more lucrative pastime: studying law to cater to the gangsters of the Costa Del Sol.
VICE Staff
3.17.16
Vice Blog

Watch the Trailer for Our New Film 'Walking Heavy: Britain's Most Notorious Reformed Criminal'

Walking Heavy is the story of one of Britain's most notorious reformed criminals, Jason Coghlan, who spent 16 years behind bars before he found an even more dangerous and lucrative pastime: studying law to cater to the gangsters of the Costa Del Sol.
VICE Staff
3.15.16
News

Australia Is Deporting Increasing Numbers of Convicted Kiwis Back to New Zealand

At the end of July, 166 New Zealanders were in immigration detention centres compared with a total of 52 deported for the whole of 2014.
Paul Gregoire
9.11.15
Stuff

Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse Are Using Arson as a Weapon

I spoke to the South Wales fire-fighters who try and fire-proof the homes of abuse victims.
Ellen Coyne
7.17.15
News

Fining People £1,000 for Being Homeless Is a New Low for London

The London Borough of Hackney wants to fine the homeless for offences such as rough sleeping and begging.
Mark Wilding
6.4.15
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