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Real Prison Escapes Attempts Caught On Camera

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The Most Feared Man In Prison.


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The Most Powerful Drug Lord In The World.

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Inside El Chapo's Escape Tunnel. The year 1990 was the first time an 'El Chapo tunnel' was discovered. The feds who made this discovery found it difficult to believe what they were seeing. Miles and miles of tunnel space had been dug under their feet. However, as time passed, they would also find that there were lots of other tunnels.

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Sinaloa Cartel 'El Chino' Highest Ranking Hitman. We know the clown assassin wasbec, Sinaloa Cartel's highest ranking Hitman better known as 'El Chino Antrax'

And today, I'll be telling you his story.

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Pablo Escobar's Secret Affair With A Journalist. Dating is a dangerous affair. But a Colombian Journalist named Virginia Vallejo did it. She secretly dated the baddest of them all, Pablo Emilio Escobar, at the height of his ruthlessness and somehow survived to tell the tale. How on earth did she do it, you ask?

Well, let's go back to Colombia in the 70s and 80s.

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The Case of Gabby Petito: A Crime Sage Gone Viral.

00:00 Introduction
01:17 Who is Gabby Petito?
02:17 How This All Started
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03:37 Van Life Channel Premiers
04:05 Rising Concern
06:54 Manhunt And An Unfortunate Discovery in Wyoming
07:56 Things Social Media Users Noticed That Raise Questions
08:57 Missing White Girl Syndrome
10:27 What Now?

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Every year, more than half a million people go missing in the United States of America. On average, that is a little over 1600 missing people per day. The stats are alarming, but they raise a fundamental question about what became one of 2021s most reported news stories. With so many people going missing, what makes the case of Gabby Petito any different? Why did the case of Gabby Petito become that one in a million that sparked national conversation and concern?

In the space of a week, Gabby Petito was mentioned on Fox News 398 times, CNN 346, MSNBC over a 100, and countless other stories across various news outlets, both print and digital. The numbers are staggering, and people are just wondering, why? Nobody really knows the answer, not even the media itself, but this is what we do know.

We’re going to be diving into the person who was Gabby Petito, how her story starts and ends, her viral missing and later homicide case, the prime suspect, and what this all says about the media. There is the silent part of this entire sage, a part the media is barely saying out loud about how they exposed a subtle, perhaps unintentional bias.

This is the story of Gabby Petito, a love story, lies, abuse, and ultimately murder.

Who is Gabby Petito?

Gabby Venora Petito was born on March 19th 1999, in Blue Point, New York. The eldest of six siblings and half-siblings, Gabby was known as a kind-hearted girl. Nothing about her life was anything other than ordinary. She was raised in the same town she was born, went to Bayport-Blue Point High School, and graduated in 2017. It’s Bayport-Blue Point High School where she met the man who’d change her life, Brian Laundrie.

The two began dating in March of 2019, and later that year, they moved to North Port, Florida, where they moved in with Brian’s parents. When the pandemic hit, Petito and Laundry got engaged, and in August, they set off on an adventure. This adventure was considered a dream come true. The idea was to travel the United States in a converted camper to see the country they called home. Gabby would document the trip on her Instagram, and the two would create a Youtube channel to share their adventures with the world. Nobody could have foreseen what would be the case, not even a month after departing.

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8 Times Innocent People Were Sent To Death Row.

The criminal justice system is a cold cold mistress, no one ever wants to find themselves on the wrong side of it, or the right side even.

This particularly fickle mistress can have you sitting in an electric chair, after years of trying to prove your innocence, all because you were at the wrong place, walked home at the wrong time, or were on the bad side of the wrong police officer.

In the United states alone, more than 2,550 people have found themselves on death row, since 1973, many of whom have been sentenced to death, some of whom were and still are innocent, so here are some times innocent people were sent to death row.

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6 Things Netflix Didn't Tell You About The Tinder Swindler.

Dating on the internet has never been black or white, you either find a happy ever after with the partner of your dreams, or you experience something truly horrifying and become the topic of a true crime documentary.

Unfortunately, yet again online dating has shown its ugly side, and more people have fallen prey to the many predators that stalk the internet. After a lengthy investigation into this particular predator, Netflix released a documentary about the man known as the Tinder Swindler.

So what part of this harrowing tale won’t you be seeing on the big screen? Let's find out the 6 things Netflix didn’t tell you about the Tinder Swindler.

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The Most Luxurious Prison In The World (2022).

When you’re sent to prison, you probably shouldn’t be living in the lap of luxury.
But in some prisons, life isn’t so bad. Heck, you might even be considering a life of crime, just so you can stay at one of the ten most luxurious prisons. Let me show you why.

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How FBI Caught History's Most Wanted Hacker.


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Secrets Prison Inmates' Don't Want You To Know. We don’t really know all that much about being a prisoner. We just know it’s people getting locked away or being taken to CIA black sites. I want to know the secrets that prisoners don’t talk about like how do inmates get cell phones and stuff like that. Is it really as bad as the movies make it out to be?

These are some of those very secrets, the ones prison inmates don’t want you to know.

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Inside The 5 Star Prison Pablo Escobar Built for Himself. Imagine being told you’re going to jail. Scary stuff, right? Well, imagine you were so powerful that you could dictate what this prison would actually look like. Sound too good to be true? Unfortunately, none of us are that powerful, and the people who are indeed aren’t watching a video like this. Still, there are people out there that have been able to rewrite their circumstances to benefit themselves. However, that list is short, very short, and one such man is the infamous Pablo Escobar.

One might argue that Pablo Escobar doesn’t need an introduction, considering the amount we already know about the man thanks to endless television series depicting the famous cartel boss. Regardless, to understand how we get to the point where Pablo Escobar lives inside a unique and baffling 5 Star Prison of his own design, we need to explore the context of Escobar’s situation that resulted in him being arrested in the first place.

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FBI vs CIA: Which One is Worse.

I still remember being a kid and thinking about how being a spy was the coolest thing I could ever potentially do with my life. But, of course, all the other kids were saying that they wanted to be a policeman, a firefighter, or something along those lines when they grew up. Not me, baby. I was all about that espionage. It was my vibe, and I couldn’t wait to get the bad guys.

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10 Convicts Reacting To Life Sentences In Prison. No one looks forward to courtrooms and sentences. Especially the defendant in the stands, and especially when it could likely be the life sentence. The moments before the jury gives their verdict can be mind-numbing and if found guilty, it's impossible to predict how the convict will react when the Judge says, ‘You are hereby sentenced to life…” So let's dive into this list and see how 10 convicts reacted to their life sentences in court.

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The Most Dangerous Places In The World. There are places in this world that are extremely dangerous. I'm talking about wild locations controlled by the mafia, ravaged by crime, and overrun by corruption. So, where are these dangerous places in the world? Well let's find out together!

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The World's Most Wanted Criminals.

I do a lot of research on some of the most heinous crimes committed by some of the worst people, and sometimes it’s hard to figure out who’s the worst of them all.

So maybe you can help me figure it out, let's take a look at the top 10 most wanted people worldwide and maybe we can figure out if they deserve to be on this list.

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