Jeanette Espinosa's snooping tactics were about as effective as Spy vs. Spy.â€‹Jeanette Espinosa was snooping in places she wasn't supposed to. The 44-year-old intelligence analyst for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement admitted to investigators from her agency that she used law-enforcement d ... More >>
Four dead suspects and 92 complaints later, this guy is still on the beat.
What happens when a wayward cop goes unpunished for a blatant crime? Ask Sgt. Juan E. Mendez. Last month a citizen oversight group considered the 92nd complaint filed against the officer in his 25-year career.Those complaints include: 22 for excessive use of force, 22 for discourtesy, 20 for abusive ... More >>
Exxxotica has left us with many things, including plenty of porn for the next few months weeks days, a slideshow and something probably only antibiotics can take care of. But before we close out the chapter on this year's porn convention, videographer Jacob Katel gives us a glimpse of the people who ... More >>
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