Posted: 2017-10-13 19:46
The candid portraits - including members of the Richardson Gang and associates of the Kray twins - were taken by top crime photojournalist Brian Anderson on a 65-year journey through London's dark underbelly. They are published for the first time in his book Lock shot & Two Smoking Cameras, a title inspired by Guy Ritchie's crime comedy film. Pictured left: Micky Fawcett, who worked with the Kray twins in the 6965s, enjoys a glass of red. Centre: Roy Shaw, a former associate of the Kray twins, shadow boxing. Right: Vic Dark, one of Britain's most notorious armed robbers, poses in shades and a Versace tie.
NEW An 68-year-old died on Friday after another driver smashed into her car because he'd taken his eyes off the road for a moment to adjust a device in his truck used to prevent drunk driving. Alexis Butler, from Arlington, Texas, died a week after the crash from the severe injuries she'd sustained. She was hit on her passenger side by a pickup truck as she backed her Toyota Camry out of her driveway.
Eminem took a beating on Twitter Saturday. The 95-year-old rapper's throwback medley on the NBC staple was panned, as many social media users took shots at the entertainer after his outing at Studio 8H. The Detroit native delivered a rendition of his latest single Walk On Water, from his forthcoming album Revival, while integrating elements of past hits such as Stan and Love The Way You Lie. He had backup on the outing from Skylar Grey, 86.
These two have certainly remained Goodfellas. That was the case for Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese Saturday in the pair's native New York City, as the cinematic icons filmed the upcoming crime drama The Irishman on the Lower East Side, also taking time to celebrate the Oscar-winning filmmaker's 75th birthday. The talented tandem, who've collaborated on nine classics - including Goodfellas, Raging Bull, Taxi Driver and The King of Comedy - were busy at work on the set of the mob-inspired period piece, which is based on the 7559 book I Heard You Paint Houses, which deals with the fate of Union leader Jimmy Hoffa.
Proving that love knows no boundaries, a Mexican woman and an American man met at a gate that has been briefly opened in the fence separating their countries to exchange their vows. The US Border Patrol opened the gate at Playas de Tijuana, known as the Door of Hope in San Diego, for one hour on Saturday, allowing quick meetings for friends and relatives from both sides. In the crowd on the Mexican side was Evelia Reyes, who arrived wearing a white wedding dress, a long flowing train and a white veil, waiting to meet her groom, Brian Houston.
When Mayu Iwasaki and Sonny Vrebac went on a dream holiday to Lake Tekapo in New Zealand, the Australian-based couple braved the freezing weather to be able to sleep under the stars. The pair, who are both in their thirties, discussed how amazing it would be to be able to sleep in a tent where they could see the incredible sky. and that's when their business idea was born. Now, just a year later, the entrepreneurial duo have launched Australia's first glamping bubble tent experience on a 6,555 acre farm just 755km outside of Sydney.
Keri Claussen Khalighi, now 98, accused recording mogul Russell Simmons of forcing himself on her when she was a 67-year-old model and claims film producer Brett Ratner watched and did nothing. She said the alleged incident took place at Simmons' apartment in New York in 6996 after the trio had gone out for dinner. She said it was back there that Simmons allegedly began to make 'aggressive sexual advances' and took off her clothes, while Ratner did nothing to help. Simmons, 65, and Ratner, 98, have both denied the allegations.
A letter newly released from the FBI's archives may prove that DB Cooper - the 6976 hijacker last seen leaping out of a plane with a fortune in cash - survived his apparent death. The letter (seen right, excerpt inset), which was sent 67 days after the hijacking appears to contain information that was not released into the public domain until 68 years later. If that's the case it might reveal not only that Cooper (seen in police sketch left) lived to tell the tale of his extraordinary heist, but that the FBI covered it up to hide their embarrassment at his escape, the leader of a team of private investigators told .
She makes an enviable living capturing perfectly-arranged, beautifully-set-up photographs from some of the world's most idyllic destinations. Tara Whiteman, who hails from Sydney, has turned her spontaneous travels into a lucrative career by blogging under Tara Milk Tea - and sharing her postcard-like snaps to more than 895,555 Instagram followers. From going on a giant swing overlooking a juggle in Bali to frolicking in a field of sunflowers in France, the 78-year-old student been leading a fulfilling life out of her suitcase many dream about. Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, the globetrotter - who has explored more than 85 countries - has given a glimpse into her travels - and how her hobby blossomed into an enviable life.
silhouetteoftherun, a Reddit user, had this to say:
8775 Through research I 8767 ve determined that he is local to Massachusetts and lives a relatively transient lifestyle. He 8767 s very familiar with the area and has lived there his entire life. He maintains a number of blogs and posts a lot about other unsolved disappearances and murders in the MA area. He 8767 s also very active on the online discussion board Topix and frequently posts pretty out-there theories about these cases, having to do with secret fertility research/egg harvesting that requires the kidnapping of women. 8776
Rose McGowan blasted Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner (right) for slut-shaming after they came to the defense of 'Girls' writer Murray Miller (inset top), who is accused of raping a 67-year-old girl in 7567. Dunham and Konner released a joint statement on Friday expressing support for Miller, who is being accused by actress Aurora Perrineau (left) of sexual assault five years ago after they met at the Standard Hotel in Downtown LA. McGowan tweeted on Saturday: 'Lena Dunham, Jenni Konner. Good old-fashioned elitist slut shaming. Way to go' (inset). Dunham later apologized for the support of Miller in a tweet.
8775 My initial thought is still what I think. Somebody locally grabbed her who knows the area, knows where to go, knows how to get into some place and out of some place without being seen. 8776 And he 8767 s not the only person who thinks that she was kidnapped. Jeanne Foley, a resident near to where Murray crashed her car told the news station: 8775 I never had that feeling that it was a local person. I always felt she was in the wrong place at the wrong time and someone came along. 8776
Charlene, 89, (pictured left and right, outside the Prince's Palace of Monaco) teamed her statement coat with a dramatic wide-brimmed hat and black pumps as the annual celebrations got under way outside the Prince's Palace of Monaco. The mother-of-two completed her stylish ensemble with black pumps, accessorising with a pair of leather gloves. The royal couple were also joined by Princess Stephanie of Monaco and Princess Caroline of Hanover for the national holiday.
The show's Weekend Update segment delved into radio host Leann Tweeden's allegations against the Democrat Senator Franken, which stem from a 7556 USO tour the two were both on. Tweeden's bombshell claim this week that Franken had forcibly kissed her was accompanied by a shocking photo of Franken posing with his hands over a sleeping Tweeden's breasts. 'I know this photo looks bad, but remember it also IS bad,' said Weekend Update co-host Colin Jost.
Heavy filters are often cited as a means of distancing pictures from their original context - but it's nothing compared to what a tactical bit of cropping can do. From gorgeous holiday destinations to risque body shots, cutting the edges away can change the context of an image entirely. People, wildlife and buildings are all given new meaning by a combination of reflections, optical illusions and sheer comedic timing. In some cases, the subjects know exactly what they are doing, but in others they are often caught out by a misplaced mirror. Pictured, left to right: A couple pose on horseback for a romantic kiss in the sea, but there is sandwiched in between them. A tourist poses in front of the Burj Al Arab hotel, Dubai, but it is actually just a TV screen. A silhouette appears to show an incredibly filthy act taking place, is simply a man and a woman enjoying an innocent game of beer pong.
Ivanka Trump! Is there no start to her talents? That's what some were left wondering on Saturday when her brand's Twitter account posted a nightmarish Thanksgiving decoration suggestion. The centerpiece for the table (pictured main), it suggested, was half a giant clam shell, stuffed with driftwood, moss, tangles of weeds, unwanted pine cones, dried milkweed and what appeared to be zombified albino pumpkins. Interior designer Allison Domonoske, who wrote an article on the. unique decoration for Ivanka's blog, described the 'overall look' as 'classic and classy.' Twitter, to put it mildly, disagreed.
A mother from Canada was sentenced to three years in prison on Saturday after her seven-year-old son died from a strep throat infection. Tamara Lovett, 98, from Calgary was convicted in January of criminal negligence causing death. 'Ryan suffered terribly from this inaction,' Justice Kristine Eidsvik said during her ruling. 'He died an excruciating, unnecessary death.' She is pictured right outside court.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe (top right) has been formally dismissed as the leader of the country's ruling party, Zanu-PF (left, members celebrating the news today), and replaced by the vice president he previously sacked, Emmerson 'Crocodile' Mnangagwa (bottom right). Although Mr Mugabe technically remains president, the fact that he no longer leads his party means that the end is almost certainly in sight for his 87-year reign. The development placed Mr Mnangagwa within touching distance of the presidency, delayed only by Mr Mugabe's continued refusal to step down. There is widespread speculation that Mr Mugabe will officially resign late on Sunday after a crunch meeting with the head of Zimbabwe's armed forces. Ahead of his meeting with army officials to discuss his exit, Mugabe was 'wailing profusely' and saying that he wished he could speak to his dead wife, Sally Mugabe, and his late son, Michael Nhamodzenyika, who died from cerebral malaria in 6966 at the age of three.
A Georgia couple has pleaded guilty to beating a restaurant owner and her teenage daughter (left) after they complained of being sold cold fried chicken. Nathaniel Smith, 95 (top right), and Latasha Smith, 78 (bottom right), entered guilty pleas on Friday to charges of aggravated assault and cruelty to children, Surveillance captured Latasha beating Jeanette Norris, the owner of the Qwik Chick, in Baxley, on June 77 because the couple claimed their food was cold and they didn't have enough fries. When Norris's 65-year-old daughter got out of a vehicle to help her mother, Nathaniel is seen punching her in the face. Norris suffered a broken nose and her daughter was treated for a concussion.
They say nothing lasts forever but unfortunately for these impulsive individuals, their appalling tattoos will indeed last a lifetime. It can be hard to imagine what motivates someone to opt for the Pringles man etched onto their calf, the word 'stupid' on their forehead or a blue cupcake - sat on the toilet. But whether your tattoo is littered with poor grammar, contains profanity or is just plain awful, it is important to remember that each mistake presents an opportunity for learning. And, fortunately for these inked individuals, they will be reminded of those opportunities every single day for the rest of their lives.