OJ Simpson could be released Monday — CW33 NewsFix

NEVADA – The Juice could soon be loose. O.J. Simpson could be released from prison on Monday. Simpson has been behind bars in Nevada for the past nine years after being convicted of armed robbery and kidnapping. In July, a parole board ruled the former NFL player, movie star, and sportscaster would be eligible for…

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It was declared as ‘dishwashing liquid.’ It was really 4,020 litres of an MDMA precursor drug —

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) seized over 4,000 litres of “dishwashing liquid” in Vancouver last year. Only, it wasn’t dishwashing liquid. It was MDP-2-P, a precursor used in the production of ecstasy and MDMA. Coverage of drug seizures on Globalnews.ca: The seizure happened when border services officers with the CBSA processed a container from…

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The FBI: A Career Like No Other —

Have you have ever wondered what it’s like working at the Federal Bureau of Investigation? Our Mission. At the FBI, we do complex work to achieve a simple mission: to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution of the United States. Our People. The FBI is staffed by more than 35,000 employees including special […]

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this day in crime history: April 20, 1986

Memorial to the incident in Edmond, OK036750-police-raid

On April 20, 1986, Postal Service employee Patrick Sherrill went on a shooting spree in a post office in Edmonds, OK. Twenty people were shot, leaving fourteen dead and six injured. At the conclusion of his rampage, Sherrill turned the gun on himself and committed suicide. It is believed that the shooting may have been motivated by a reprimand that Sherrill had received the day before. The incident is often credited with inspiring the phrase “going postal.”

Further reading:

Murderpedia – Patrick Henry Sherrill

Wikipedia – Patrick Sherrill

Time – “Crazy Pat’s” Revenge

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USPSmemorial Memorial to the incident in Edmond, OK

On this date in 1986, Postal Service employee Patrick Sherrill went on a shooting spree in a post office in Edmonds, OK. Twenty people were shot, leaving fourteen dead and six injured. At the conclusion of his rampage, Sherrill turned the gun on himself and committed suicide. It is believed that the shooting may have been motivated by a reprimand that Sherrill had received the day before. The incident is often credited with inspiring the phrase “going postal.”

Further reading:

Murderpedia – Patrick Henry Sherrill

Wikipedia – Patrick Sherrill

Time“Crazy Pat’s” Revenge

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