18 Hours with Jeffrey Dahmer: All the Milwaukee Cannibal needed was someone to talk to

Unpicking the psyches of serial killers is how Dr Park Dietz has made his career. But conversing with Jeffrey Dammer is what turned him from an interesting academic into a legend.

As Jeffrey Dahmer sat in his orange jumpsuit and contemplated the trial that was about to be brought before him at the Milwaukee Circuit County Court, he would think about the crimes he had committed, the boys he had killed, …


FBI Give Up On D. B. Cooper Cold Case

After 45 years of searching for the elusive man in the sky, the FBI has announced that they will be abandoning resources on the case of D. B. Cooper. The unknown plane hijacker of Flight 305 in 1971 made off …


Was Justice Served Against Oscar Pistorius?

Today was D-Day for Oscar Pistorius after a long and gruelling legal battle lasting more than three years, over the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. On 14 February 2013, Pistorius killed his model girlfriend Steenkamp by fatally blasting her through his bathroom door …


Win ‘Houdini & Doyle’ on DVD

ITV Studios’ paranormal crime thriller is now available on DVD, and Realcrimedaily.com has got 3 copies to give away. To be in with a chance of winning, simply head over to @RealCrimeMag Twitter and follow the instructions! Houdini & Doyle …


Win ‘Rectify’ season 3 on DVD

The third season of ITV Studios Global Entertainment’s acclaimed crime thriller series, ‘Rectify’ is now available on DVD – and realcrimedaily.com has copies to give away to three lucky readers. Rectify tells the story of Daniel Holden, who emerges into …

Making a Murderer

The Truth Behind Making a Murderer: “Steven Avery is GUILTY”

Real Crime spoke with Assisstant District Attorney Michael Griesbach, who was seen at the beginning of hit Netflix TV series Making a Murderer defending Avery as DNA exonerated him from the 1985 conviction. His book, The Innocent Killer is Griesbach’s …


FBI Crime Desk

11 July 2016

Electronics Smuggler Sentenced for Illegal Exports to Russia

A New Jersey man was recently sentenced for smuggling $65 million worth of sensitive electronics components from the U.S. to Russia, where much of it eventually ended up in the hands of Russia’s Ministry of Defense and Federal Security Service.

5 July 2016

FBI Recommends No Charges Following Clinton E-Mail Investigation

FBI Director James B. Comey said today that the Bureau has recommended to the Department of Justice that no charges are appropriate following an extensive investigation of Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal e-mail system during her time as Secretary of State.

5 July 2016

Forensic Anthropology

Forensic artists and anthropologists at the FBI Laboratory help put a human face on unidentified remains to support local law enforcement agencies.

1 July 2016

FBI Joins in Commemorating 20th Anniversary of Khobar Towers Bombing

Today, FBI Director James Comey and former FBI Director Louis Freeh joined U.S. Air Force personnel and victims of the Khobar Towers attack during a remembrance ceremony at the United States Air Force Memorial in Arlington, Virginia. The event was organized by the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors, or TAPS.


20 July 2016

Operation Pallial: Update

Pallial will not investigate information from further victims & survivors after 31 August 2016

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