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There is a plethora of highly specialised magazines, catering for the needs of various small readerships. I have never yet noticed a publication aimed at the criminal community. There is surely a market niche here for some enterprising publisher. Given the prevelance of crime these days, there would
be a large readership, and there is plenty of scope for fascinating articles, of interest not just to the criminal classes, but also to the law abiding community. There could be profiles of celebrity miscreants, prison guides, information on the latest drugs, news of innovative robbery techniques, the list is endless. In the US editions, there could also be articles on execution methods in various states, and perhaps a competition for the 'top ten death row inmates'.
Soldier of Fortune
[phoenix, Oct 04 2004]
Court TV's Crime Library
"Criminal Minds and Methods" [phoenix, Oct 04 2004]
Holden Police Department
"True Crime Stories" [phoenix, Oct 04 2004]
||moll of the month on the centre spread.
||Adverts for lock-picking tools, a free swag bag offer for every reader, personal hitman ads....
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