Volume 13 Issue 6

    • 6.1.06

      Vice Fashion - The Girls Of Forensics

      Photos by Richard Kern. Shot on location at the lovely Firing Line indoor shooting range in Pearl River, New York.

    • 6.1.06

      Ay Ay Ay!

      Now all the rich trendy white kids have tired of grime, it's time to introduce another exotic new fad for them to obsess over. How about the sound of Brazil's favelas, a smut-obsessed concoction of electro dubs, booty bass and Brazilian "bandit...

    • 6.1.06

      The A-Z of Law and Disorder

      Ex-bouncer / criminal turned crusader against injustice, Bernard O’Mahoney is one of our favorite crime writers. We asked him for his views on law and order and he sent us this.

    • 6.1.06

      Stuck in the Middle

      I’m Dessie. I joined the Police Service of Northern Ireland three years ago and I’m based in Belfast. You may have heard of it. There are sometimes some mild disagreements between Protestants and Catholics here.

    • 6.1.06

      Cop Shop Chic

      Justine Electra is a tomboyish 25-year-old Australian who lives in Berlin where she gets up to all the usual stuff: singing on other people’s records, DJing, bar work, remixing, journalism, sleeping late, boozing and partying.

    • 6.1.06

      Grimewatch

      Grime is officially dead (according to a thread on the Dissensus message board), so we’ve finally decided to take Matt Mason’s advice and have spent the last few months undercover as a hairdresser called Paul in south London’s funky house scene.

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    • 6.1.06

      Pink In Blue

      In a recent, publicly-funded questionnaire, the hot news was that among 6,300 Dutch cops only four percent admitted to being gay.

    • 6.1.06

      Pickpocket Pointers

      Wise up, cholly! Pickpockets are all around you. You think these guys stopped working in the 1940s? Come on! Why do you think we still have those announcements on city buses about watching out for them?

    • 6.1.06

      Undercover For A Day

      A while back I got the chance to tag along in an undercover police car for one shift. This is what happened.

    • 6.1.06

      Electric Independence

      Diskokaine has got to be one of the worst names ever for a record label. Not only is disco spelt incorrectly, but the illegal drug cocaine is clearly referenced, and it is also spelt incorrectly.

    • 6.1.06

      "I Am a Cop."

      I am a street cop. I'm the guy that straps on a bullet resistant (we never say "bulletproof") vest and gun belt every day. I am the guy in the uniform driving the car that says NYPD on the side.

    • 6.1.06

      Fuck The Police

      This month I fucked three Montreal cops just for the what-the-heck of it. It was kind of like an experiment in hate-fucking, since I am not really fond of the police.

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