The country of San Marino has only one prisoner.
For about a decade in the US, a man called fast food restaurants impersonating a police officer and successfully manipulated managers into strip searching innocent employees. There were over 70 reported occurrences in 30 states until his arrest in 2004.
On a small Pacific island in 1917, the entire population of men died except one. This remaining man proclaimed himself “king”, thus beginning an orgy of rape and murder.
The largest bank robbery in history happened in Iraq. The day before the U.S. started bombing Baghdad. Almost US $1,000,000,000 was stolen.
An Australia bushranger escaped from prison so many times the government had to build a special cell to hold him. It was so strong they promised to forgive his crimes if he could escape again.
There is a Stephen King novel Rage that he himself pulled from the shelves because of it’s creepy connection with actual school shootings.
During the filming of Leon, a man who had just robbed a store round the corner encountered the set, filled with ‘police’ cars. Mistakenly believing himself to have been caught, he gave himself up to a group of uniformed extras.
On 16 March 1968, US soldiers went on a rampage through a Vietnamese village killing 504 innocent men, women, and children all in cold blood. Only one person was charged and sentenced life in prison, but Richard Nixon “pardoned” him three days later.
There is poor soul so accustomed to mass murder that he was arrested during the Norway massacre for not showing the emotions of the others.
In the late 1980s there was a bloody conflict in Glasgow between ice cream truck drivers over territory. Six people were killed.