Volume 21 Issue 9
Satanic crime is a growing problem.
I participated in 7,000 forensic autopsies during my 30-year career.
In 2009, 11 corpses were found buried in shallow graves in the desert above Albuquerque. Five years later, and the police still have no suspects.
Like the humans who use them, every gun has a fingerprint and a story to tell.
Famed crime writer Donald E. Westlake on history's most famous jailbreaks.
From the True Crime issue.
Machines are taking over the police-sketch industry.
Andre Dubus III is the author of six books, including the New York Times best sellers House of Sand and Fog and The Garden of Last Days.
Crime writer Roberto Saviano spent 8 years under police protection because of his book, Gomorrah.
The story of the first Cyber Bank robbery.
Slurring his words and staring at me with his arresting gaze, Ronnie told me that his parents had been monsters.
I spent one of the most violent weekends of the year with a crime scene photographer.