Category Archives: Crime

Guilty Times 34 – Trump

Last week a New York jury found the Orange Messiah guilty, issuing thirty-four convictions stemming from Trump’s decision to not pay the agreed sum of $120000 to buy Stormy Daniels silence. At his July 12th sentencing he will appeal the verdicts. If sentenced as a first offender he will probably get community service. He will […]

Myrtle and Broadway – Axis of Axis

Myrtle and Broadway under the elevated J and M trains ranked as the scivviest intersection in Brooklyn. During COVID the triangular corner had been colonized by a cult of Meth heads, K2 fiends, Oxy zombies devoted to a collective intoxication. A ragged woman set up shop selling drugs from her filthy encampment under the subway […]

Duch Choi Cha’ kai Anh

Written on Jun 11, 2017 In 1975 the Khmer Rouge converted the Tuol Svay Prey High School on the outskirts of Phnom Penh into the murderous Tuol Sleng or S-21 prison. An estimated 17,000 prisoners had been subjected to the following code of behavior enforced by its administrator Comrade Duch or Kang Kek Iew and […]

Motorcycle Columbian Watch Thieves

In Columbia two thieves on motorcycles targeted drivers of luxury cars with their arm hanging out the driver’s window. The driver grabbed at the Rolex, as the drier tried to fight off the theft, the pillion driver stuck a lit cigarette in driver’s right hand. Vroom off into freedom with the watch. Columbians are also […]

Passing Through Cologne

Published Dec 25, 2011 Back in December 1982 a Paris-bound train approached the Rhine Bridge into Koln. A dark dawn sky shod the winter morning sky. Building lights rimmed the overflowing river. I sat on the left side of the DeutscheBahn passenger car. The six-seat compartment was all mine. Few people took the midnight milk […]