A new book explores the relationship between convicted killer Jack Henry Abbott and his literary mentor.
Seth Ferranti has been incarcerated due to our nation’s “war on drugs” since 1993. From prison, he founded Gorilla Convict Publications and blogs about life in the belly of the beast, the mafia, prison gangs and street legends at gorillaconvict.com. He has authored six books from his cell block, his latest being Rayful Edmond: Washington DC's Most Notorious Drug Lord.
Two professors are trying to revolutionize the study of crime by bringing their own experiences behind bars to bear. And they’re finding a following among prisoners.
Expert thieves took $9 million in jewels and left on bicycles. A veteran safe cracker says it sounds like his old friends and shares how they might have done it.
It seems like nothing can stop narcotics from getting inside the walls, and that’s thanks to some ingenious strategies and more than a bit of corruption.
When Cleve Heidelberg let a friend use his vehicle on May 26, 1970, he couldn’t imagine it would lead to him being arrested for murder and sent to prison for life.
Mass arrests in Los Angeles highlight the huge gang operation running sections of the city but putting these people in prison could make it even worse.
With the looming grand jury decision on whether or not to indict the officer who shot Michael Brown, Ferguson feels like a time bomb.
There are a lot of unanswered questions surrounding Thursday’s escape attempt by the notorious Ohio school shooter T.J. Lane. Will we ever get answers?