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Ex gobernador de Quintana Ro en la carcel

Ex gobernador de Quintana Ro en la carcel

Fotografía de reportero mexicano gana tercer lugar del World Press Photo - Aristegui Noticias

El mexicano Christopher Vanegas fotografió a la policía examinado una zona en la que aparecieron cinco cadáveres, dos colgados de un puente y otros tres en el suelo, en Coahuila (Mexico) / World Press Photo

Illicit trading in firearms is worth around US$ 250 million a year and puts handguns and assault rifles in the hands of criminals and gangs. For more on this, visit www.unodc.org/toc

Illicit trading in firearms is worth around US$ 250 million a year and puts handguns and assault rifles in the hands of criminals and gangs. For more on this, visit www.unodc.org/toc

Sam Giancana. Fue hombre de Capone. Dicen que mandó matar a Marilyn Monroe y que participó del crimen de John Kennedy. A Giancana le apodaban Momo, que procedía de la palabra “mooney”, que en el argot inglés significa “loco”. Era conocido por su comportamiento inestable y cruel y por perder los estribos con facilidad. Su carrera de delincuencia comenzó en los años veinte en el West Side de Chicago, cuando se hizo miembro de una violenta banda callejera llamada The 42s (los 42). Por supuesto…

Sam Giancana. Fue hombre de Capone. Dicen que mandó matar a Marilyn Monroe y que participó del crimen de John Kennedy. A Giancana le apodaban Momo, que procedía de la palabra “mooney”, que en el argot inglés significa “loco”. Era conocido por su comportamiento inestable y cruel y por perder los estribos con facilidad. Su carrera de delincuencia comenzó en los años veinte en el West Side de Chicago, cuando se hizo miembro de una violenta banda callejera llamada The 42s (los 42). Por supuesto…

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- “Papá, estoy planteándome hacer carrera en el crimen organizado”. - “¿En el gobierno o en el sector privado?” - Personalmente sugeriría en el gobierno. Nunca acaban en la cárcel.

Eco James Coli (February 15, 1922-December 1982) was a Chicago tough guy who was an alleged labor racketeer. Starting in 1945, Coli's arrest record included attempted hijacking and assault and battery. He also was questioned in the murder of a Republican ward committeeman. During the 1950s, Coli received one year on probation for contributing to the delinquency of a minor. In 1952, Coli was sentenced to eight-to-ten years imprisonment for stealing slot machines from a suburban country club…

Eco James Coli (February 15, 1922-December 1982) was a Chicago tough guy who was an alleged labor racketeer. Starting in 1945, Coli's arrest record included attempted hijacking and assault and battery. He also was questioned in the murder of a Republican ward committeeman. During the 1950s, Coli received one year on probation for contributing to the delinquency of a minor. In 1952, Coli was sentenced to eight-to-ten years imprisonment for stealing slot machines from a suburban country club…

National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS) offers justice & drug-related info to support research, policy & program development worldwide. Federal sponsors include U.S. Dept of Justice, Office of Justice Programs (OJP), Office of Asst Attorney General (OAAG), Bureau of Justice Asst (BJA), Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), Natl Institute of Justice (NIJ), Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), Natl Institute of Corrections…

National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS) offers justice & drug-related info to support research, policy & program development worldwide. Federal sponsors include U.S. Dept of Justice, Office of Justice Programs (OJP), Office of Asst Attorney General (OAAG), Bureau of Justice Asst (BJA), Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), Natl Institute of Justice (NIJ), Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), Natl Institute of Corrections…

PHOTOS: The Life and Times of Whitey Bulger | AN EARLY START | Born in Boston on Sept. 3, 1929, one of six children, James "Whitey" Bulger

Gallery of Fame: ‘Look at Me!’ Art Work – Vol. 74 No. 12

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