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    Top 25 Crimes of the Century in the US (Time.com)

    According to Time Magazine, these are the top 25 crimes in the US of the century.
    http://www.time.com/time/2007/crimes/2.html


    (Click the links below to learn more about each crime)
    Lindbergh Kidnapping
    Mona Lisa
    Ape-Man
    Fatty Arbuckle
    The Black Dahlia
    The Brinks Job
    Lana Turner
    The Great Train Robbery
    Richard Speck
    Tate Murders
    Patty Hearst
    Son of Sam
    John Wayne Gacy
    Ted Bundy
    Art Heist
    Jeffrey Dahmer
    O.J. Simpson
    Barings Bank
    The Unabomber
    JonBenet Ramsey
    Versace Killings
    Mary Kay Letourneau
    Columbine
    Andrea Yates
    The Scream

    Agree or Disagree with this list?
     
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    Disagree. Most of those murders are American...
     
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    Sorry, should have specified that these were in the US.
     
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    A few weren't, though - they referenced the Great Train Robbery and the collapse of that British bank. But some of those crimes *were* distinctly American. I'd put the housing bubble crisis in that list, too because it had such a world wide impact. And that French trader who lost $7.14 billion dollars. BILLION.
     
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    I'd put the election of George Bush up there with the US puppet placing in Iran.
     
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    This is the Top 25 crimes of the century, not joyful little misdemeanour's.

    The International Crime Spree of Bush Jr is one of the worst things that has happened, not THE WORST, but it's definitely up there.

    Iran might have joined us in the 20th century had it not been for the US screwing with their internal politics just so that they could have a leader they wanted.

    Add the Kuomintangs actions, and Stalins Genocide too.
     
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    Thread discussions on American politics are still banned Mr. Shai.
     
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    Really? I thought with the introduction of PUG/PAX, they were back...
     
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    Admins, please either close this thread or delete it because i don't want this thread to become a political discussion.

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