October 3, 2015

Crime Stories: Confessions of a Master Jewel Thief

by Ryu

This study is 43 minutes long. It covers America’s best thief, Bill Mason. His trademarks were patience and planning. These are the trademarks of anyone who acts without permission.

“Coward” – when used by an LEO, means someone impossible to catch and track
unsup – unknown suspect
ME – Medical Examiner
vic – victim
POI – person of interest
“Make a square” – take 2 right turns
CI – confidential informant

Capture Points
1) In the game too long
2) Went back to Cleveland, his home, when on the run
3) Took same old job in Cleveland, while on the run
4) He took the cops’ deal and confessed to many crimes
5) The keeping of trophies
6) He tried “cowboying” his last job, with no preparation
7) Not listening to his instincts

The thief used mountain climbing equipment to scale high buildings. He specialized in robbing from the rich and famous. His name was Bill Mason.

After high school, he took a job as an apartment manager. There, he learned about keys, locks, and alarm systems.

All thieves need a fence in order to convert the stuff into cash. He used “47th Street” and said they’d take any stones he had. He would unset the stones to make it harder to ID them.

The key to his success, in his opinion, was in his preparation. He would qualify his marks. He would case the building and the alarm system, using different angles.

He used to weld a fish hook to a rated fish line. Typically, terrace doors leading to outside would be unlocked.

Speed or stealth? A decision or trade one sometimes had to make.

Robbery squads began to get annoyed. They formed a task force, the usual. He was put under surveillance. He was arrested. He didn’t say anything, no outrage. They search his home and found alot of jewelry.

The police offered him immunity on any burglaries he’d committed, provided he confess on one day. He got 77 days in jail for possessing burglary tools. He couldn’t do a parole so he went on the run. After a time, he went back to Cleveland.

The authorities began to notice a string of high line burglaries. A CI dropped a dime that Bill Mason was in town. The police began following him. When they had enough evidence, they arrested him and obtained a search warrant. They found alot of jeweley and equipment in his home. He was sentenced to another 3 years in prison.

In the end, he lost his nerve. He couldn’t do the time anymore. This seems to happen to many criminals around 50 or so. Mafia types seem to last longer.


Important Names
David Damore – Assistant State Attorney
Joe Gerwens – Fort Lauderdale Police Chief

October 2, 2015

Why American Soldiers and Cops Kill Themselves

by Ryu

…because you can’t BS yourself.

All white American soldiers and cops ***KNOW*** the evil of the men they serve.
They also know the white man has no future in this country, except as a slave.

It’s one thing to play the hero when you’re in uniform in a parade, getting worshipped by the idiot American public.

…but you have to be alone sometime.

And you know the truth. You “served” yourself. It was either pick up a gun or
drive a forklift. The best and brightest don’t sign up for the US military.

Today, the number one killer of cops and soldiers is themselves. They are both
more likely to be shot and killed by themselves than by any enemy or criminal.

The vast majority of these suicides are white men. They can’t take the truth, that they helped to wipe out their own people. So they kill themselves rather than live in the country they protected.

We take this opportunity to recognize a TRUE American hero: Timothy McVeigh. His actions halted a rampaging federal government from killing millions of whites. The USG tried a direct war on whites. Men like Tim stopped it. He bought us time.

October 1, 2015

How Do Agents Act?

by Ryu

Ryu’s Little Sis

I actually found a movie with an agent infiltrating a racist biker gang.

Stone does everything the typical agent would. He takes advantage of the fact that every group needs a good enforcer. It is a job with high turnover.

Do you think the USG offers classes in how to infiltrate a group? You bet.

Every other topic on Earth is taught in classrooms, using books and lectures. Student take notes. “Criminal justice” is no different. It’s just a matter of finding … Continue reading

September 30, 2015

Blood In, Blood Out: The Movie

by Ryu

The spics love this movie. It is their “Godfather.” The time period is from 1972 to 1984 and the place is East LA. Watching it may help you to understand them.

BIBO is about 3 kids. One is a white-ish looking Mexican who hates being white; he’s got a racist white dad and a Mexican whore ma. His nickname is milkweed. The other two have the usual Mexican apperance.

They talk about Aztlan and how he’s coming back one day to reclaim his kingdom for La Raza. There’s alot of the words they like such as ese, carnal, la familia and so on.

September 28, 2015

Miggers, Solved

by Firepower

Even sissy Britland does this.

The AP is a crucial (yet ignored) component of the Manipulator Media: It censored this link on its own site. Now, you get the 404 WSOD. Very clandestine. Very.


So, I had to find it reprinted elsewhere. Not surprising from a MMMedia Machine that now offers a PCpolicy of not calling Miggers “illegal immigrants.”

I know, I prefer the term, filthy spick scum.  PC is not taking over Murka – it rules Murka – and whites have done nothing about it but…. Continue reading

September 27, 2015

Killer Cops

by Ryu

This is a story about a cop who kills. This cop actually killed someone off duty.

Forensic Files: Cop Out

Today’s lecture is 22 minutes long. This is a really interesting one. It’s about a gay cop who killed his lover. The time was 2004.

Cops in general do not make good killers, despite their forensic knowledge. Almost like they want to get caught.

Did the killer know the victim? Yes.

TTD? 12 hours.

CS- Crime Scene
MICES – why murder – money ideology conscience ego sex
“Coward” – when used by an LEO, means someone impossible to…. Continue reading


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