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REAL CRIME (english version)

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Do you think it's possible to find fingerprints on the rim of a bus wheel after it hascrashed
into a dusty ravine? Do you think that every criminal, crushed by evidence, confesses?
If you believe all this, continue watching your favourite detective series on TV, sitting comfortably in an armchair or on the sofa.
If, on the other hand, you want to find out how a real investigation is conducted, the real investigative techniques and the difficulties investigators encounter and their sacrifices, then welcome to Real Crime.
Here we get serious: we investigate, we struggle, we get mold on correspondence and files, we fight with hardened lawyers.
There are no super-hot police investigators or dudes with brushed hair and a shaved beard. Here the cops are as real as the cases we are going to deal with and you are by their side. Watch out, because from now on you are part of Real Crime.
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INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

2020-11-1701:15

Do you think it's possible to find fingerprints on the rim of a bus wheel after it hascrashedinto a dusty ravine? Do you think that every criminal, crushed by evidence, confesses?If you believe all this, continue watching your favourite detective series on TV, sitting comfortably in an armchair or on the sofa. If, on the other hand, you want to find out how a real investigation is conducted, the real investigative techniques and the difficulties investigators encounter and their sacrifices, then welcome to Real Crime.Here we get serious: we investigate, we struggle, we get mold on correspondence and files, we fight with hardened lawyers. There are no super-hot police investigators or dudes with brushed hair and a shaved beard. Here the cops are as real as the cases we are going to deal with and you are by their side. Watch out, because from now on you are part of Real Crime.
THE CASE OF FOUR S

THE CASE OF FOUR S

2020-11-1810:07

Here at real crime we are used to writing and telling the stories about true events, when we learned of this case, we discovered how fate had been able, in its drama, to write a case with the salient characteristics of the three s.
DEADLY GREAD

DEADLY GREAD

2020-11-2512:53

In this episode of Real Crime we will tell you howyou can die of greed, but also why you can kill for it too. A greedy man puts his money in the hands of an evil criminal in exchange of a promise for a lucrative profit. But as you will hear in this new episode, when evil meets greed the result can be deadly.
DEADLY HATE

DEADLY HATE

2020-12-1120:10

Our next real crime story gives us the opportunity to reflect on hate. Hate, a constant desire to harm someone, is often blind and apparently not rational. think about racial hate or hatred towards members of one religion rather than another. In essence, sometimes, it seems that you hate someone for no precise reason but only because they are perceived as different. Some political leaders have used this nefarious sentiment to become dictators. A striking example in our times is Hitler who led the German people towards the racist persecution against the Jews.Hate differs from revenge because the latter is aimed at satisfying a desire to get justice for a wrong suffered and to settle the score with those who have caused the pain.It also differs from anger which is a violent reaction, sometimes an uncontrollable urge. Hate broods for days, months, years, sometimes for a lifetime. He who falls prey to it, acts, in a deliberate premeditated way.The conclusion of this umpteenth tragedy written by fate and shared with you, by us here at Real Crime is out there for all to see, it is evident that of hate and for hate you can kill but then it is also demonstrated that those who brood hate end up being trapped by it for life.
FROZEN LOVE

FROZEN LOVE

2020-12-1412:14

In horror movies and best thrillers, there are so many freezers opening up. We at Real Crime are used to telling you about true cases, and in this investigation the police really did open a freezer and to their surprise there was a woman's body inside. A chilling story and not only because of the temperature artificially created by the freezer.
The title seems to be that of an unpublished film posthumously by the director of the thrill Alfred Hitchcock, or the umpteenth title of the new book of the most popular thriller writer. Instead none of this, we are faced with a figure extrapolated from a police investigation of a real murder case. As usual the reality is much more brutal and violent.
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