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Ashley Bemis, the San Clemente woman suspected of fraudulently collecting donations for California firefighters, previously concocted a “web of lies” involving the death of three “children” that she never actually had, according to some of her alleged victims.
In one bizarre episode, Emily Strickland of Mission Viejo streamed video of her 20-month-old son to prove to …
There has always been a fascination with trying to determine what causes an individual to become a criminal? Of course, a large part of that fascination has to do with the want to reduce crime, and to determine if there is a way to detect and prevent individuals from committing crime. Determining what causes criminality is still not perfectly clear and likewise, there is still debate as to whether crime is caused biologically, environmentally, or socially. Furthermore, the debate is directly correlated to the notion of 'nurture vs nature'. Over time many researchers have presented various theories pertaining to what causes criminal behavior. There are many theories that either support or oppose the concept of crime being biological rather than a learned behavior. We tend to think personally the crime in the urban community comes from having not and being deprived the human rights to equal economic opportunities. other crimes such as involuntary murder, theft, robbery, homicide, carjacking, cyber crimes, child abuse and other sick crimes in most part deserve the justice as the law permits.