Category Archives: Crime

5th Commandment in Pattaya

Last night a major player was assasinated in Pattaya. The city official from a neighboring town was driving his Isuzu pick-up. The killers a cheap bike. Two bullets broke the window and stole the man’s life. Two clicks of the fingers. I heard about the murder from two off-duty cops. They murmured the urban official was involved in […]

WANTED MAN by Peter Nolan Smith

Staten Island was formed by the melt-off of the Ice Age. The fifth borough doesn’t exist to most New Yorkers, but my doctor lived next to the Tibetan Museum on Lighthouse Hill. Nick and I attended the same college and every year he invited me out to his house for my annual mdedical examination. Last […]

NOT ALL CRASHES ARE ACCIDENTS by Peter Nolan Smith

I never met Princess Diana, although a friend of a friend married her brother. Diana would have been at the wedding. I never received an invitation. No great loss, because the Princess of Wales wasn’t my type, however I viewed her death as a blow against the empire of goodness. I arrived in London the […]

BAG OF NAILS by Peter Nolan Smith

Nicky Barnes was a drug dealing legend from the 70s. He ran his heroin empire from Harlem under the protection of the Lucchese crime syndicate. ‘Crazy Joe’ Gallo was his godfather and helped Barnes create ‘the Council’ to run the trade north of 125th Street. Barnes earned the name ‘Mr. Untouchable’ for his skill at […]

8PM Curfew NYC

New York’s Governor Cuomo and NYC Mayor DeBlasio have declared an 8PM curfew for the city, citing widespread violence and looting without any comment on the NYPD’s aggressive attacks on protesters angered by the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Any person on the street after 8PM will be arrested by the Fucking 12. I […]