The Bay State has a fraught history of sentencing people to serve life without parole. Now lawmakers have a chance to end the bad deal Beacon Hill made to trade the death penalty for natural life sentences.
While Whitey was doing time in Atlanta, a 16-year-old math prodigy named Ted Kaczynski enrolled at Harvard. Soon, he was reluctantly participating in experiments, likely funded by the CIA, that aimed to develop ambitious interrogation techniques.
Leah Carroll’s book revisits rough Rhode Island memories and tough personal trials
Evil cannot always be comprehended. But it can be filmed, and it can be seen.
If she’s referenced at all, Thompson is often referred to briefly and without explanation—even though the murder of those cops in Brooklyn started at her place.