Four years ago, thieves in Quebec made international headlines after stealing 3,000 tons of syrup from the province's maple syrup "cartel."
In 2014, British farmer Anthony Clarkson was busted by “egg standard inspectors” for selling barn eggs as “free-range,” and convicted of fraud. He will now be serving more time than a serial rapist.
A pub manager from the UK died following a severe allergic reaction to takeout curry made with a ground nut mix containing peanuts, instead of the usual almond powder.
Jason Coghlan was jailed for armed robbery before finding an even more lucrative pastime: studying law to cater to gangsters in Spain.
Fighting in Syria and Iraq is illegal, even if you join the Kurds against the Islamic State. Adelaide lawyer and war veteran Ralph Bleechmore offers advice to those who want to go anyway.
In Canada, racial data is “actively suppressed” from law enforcement statistics. As a result, Stats Canada does not include race in their annual count of the country’s homicides.
Over 120 legal experts signed a petition calling for the decriminalization of drugs.