In 1991, Iowa Governor Terry Branstad’s son killed 2 people while driving. He was only ticketed for improper lane usage & fined $15.
A Mexican man who accidentally killed his cousin while drunk was sentenced to death by being buried with alive with the cousin whom he had killed.
White on black murders make up 4% of all homicides in the US. Black on white murders make up 8%.
A kid was shot with a crossbow in San Diego after him and his friend were throwing rocks at passing cars.
In 2010, a Colorado money manager maimed a cyclist in a hit-and-run. He escaped felony charges by arguing that the smell of his new Mercedes-Benz had aggravated his sleep apnea, which briefly knocked him out.
First bank robbery in Iceland happened in 1984. A man with dual Icelandic-American citizenship pulled off a bank theft during working hours, with a total haul of $74,000 dollars. However, he was arrested while trying to board the plane to the USA.
Mark Wahlberg had committed 20-25 offenses by the age of 21. These included throwing rocks at a bus full of black schoolchildren and knocking a Vietnamese man unconscious and blinding another. He was also addicted to cocaine by age 13.
In 2013 unknown perpetrators stole the gilded cookie hanging in front of the Bahlsen company in Hannover, Germany. The thieves demanded the company to send 52,000 cookies to 52 charities, but only “the ones with milk chocolate”. Bahlsen agreed to the terms and the cookie was retrieved.
In 1970 a protest group broke into a draft board office by slipping in during the day and taping a note on the door: “Please don’t lock this door tonight.” They returned that night to find that the staff had obediently left the office open.
There was a man known as “The Glastonbury Tickler” who would break into people’s houses at night, tickle their feet while they were sleeping, and immediately leave.