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Abbas Hajari

Abbas Hajari was an Iranian communist and military officer. A member of the Tudeh Military Network that was uncovered in 1954, he spent 25 years in prison until 1978. After the Iranian Revolution, he ran for an Assembly of Experts for Constitutio ...

                                               

Farajollah Mizani

Farajollah Mizani, also known by pseudonym and pen name Javanshir, was an Iranian communist and a senior Tudeh Party member.

                                               

Smoking Gun

Smoking Gun may refer to: The Smoking Gun, a website that posts legal documents, arrest records, and police mugshots Smoking Gun Interactive, video game company JFK: The Smoking Gun, a documentary and book on Howard Donahues theory on the Kennedy ...

                                               

Director of Public Prosecutions v Pat Hegarty

Director of Public Prosecutions v Pat Hegarty is an Irish Supreme Court case in which the court confirmed that officers/key employees of undertakings involved in anti-competitive practices in Ireland may be prosecuted and convicted for their invo ...

                                               

Michael Williamson

Michael Williamson may refer to: Michael Williamson photographer born 1957, American photographer Michael Williamson swimmer born 1981, Irish swimmer Michael Williamson Australian unionist born 1953, Australian unionist and convicted fraudster Mi ...

                                               

OBG (disambiguation)

OBG is an initialism for Ormeau Baths Gallery in Belfast, Northern Ireland. OBG may also refer to: Operation Board Games, a 2003 federal fraud investigation Oprahs Big Give, a reality television series hosted by Nate Berkus OBGW, Overwatch Battle ...

                                               

Clara Lambert

Clara Mary Lambert aliased as Catherine Wilson; May Stewart or Mary Stewart was a British frequently-arrested suffragette. She took a hatchet to porcelain in the British Museum, smuggled herself into the House of Commons, committed arson and went ...

                                               

Relentless

Relentless 1948 film, an American film directed by George Sherman Relentless, a 1977 American television film starring Will Sampson Relentless: The Struggle for Peace in the Middle East, a 2003 Israeli documentary film Relentless 1989 film, an Am ...

                                               

The New Breed

50 Cent: The New Breed, a 2003 documentary by rapper 50 Cent New Breed Jay Park album, 2011/2012 The New Breed album, a 1993 album by MC Breed New Breed Dawn Richard album

                                               

The Syndicate (disambiguation)

The Syndicate, 1881 book by Charles Nordhoff The Syndicate play, by Eduardo de Filippo The Syndicate, 2003 novel by Jon F. Merz The Syndicate, 1960 novel by Denys Rhodes

                                               

Four Billion in Four Minutes

Four Billion in Four Minutes is a 1976 Italian crime thriller film directed by Gianni Siragusa and starring Antonio Sabato, John Richardson and Vassili Karis. A gang plot to blast their way into a Genoese bank and steal four billion lire. It is a ...

                                               

Alexandra Dinu

Alexandra Dinu is a Romanian actress and television presenter who has also appeared in films in Italy and America.

                                               

Anthony Carollo

Anthony Samuel Carollo was an American mobster, boss of the New Orleans crime family and son of the mob boss Silvestro Carollo. He led the organization from 1990 until his death on February 1, 2007.

                                               

Salvatore Lupo

Salvatore Lupo is an Italian historian and author from Siena, specializing in the Sicilian Mafia. Lupo is a professor of contemporary history at the University of Palermo, previously professor of contemporary history at the University of Catania. ...

                                               

Catchfools

It is a city where every animal in town has done something exceedingly foolish and now suffers as a result. The leader of Catchfools is a young unseen emperor. Outside of the city is the so-called Field of Miracles Italian: Il campo dei Miracoli. ...

                                               

Conviction (disambiguation)

Conviction of Michael Shields Conviction politics Conviction rate Conviction and execution of Steven Michael Woods Jr. Conviction and exoneration of Glenn Ford

                                               

Fort Apache

Fort Apache, The Bronx film, a crime drama film starring Paul Newman Fort Apache, a fictional location in the TV series The Adventures of Rin Tin Fort Apache film, a 1948 John Ford film starring John Wayne Fort Apache Napoli, a 2009 Italian film ...

                                               

Cop Killer

A cop killer is a person who kills a police officer. Cop killer or Cop Killer may also refer to: "Cop Killer" song, a 1992 song by American heavy metal band Body Count The Police Murderer Polismordaren, a 1994 Swedish film Cop Killer TV film, a 1 ...

                                               

Libri

Domenico Libri, an Italian criminal Francesco dai Libri, an Italian illuminator, father of Girolamo dai Libri Girolamo dai Libri, an Italian illuminator Guglielmo Libri Carucci dalla Sommaja, a 19th-century Italian count and infamous book thief

                                               

The Last Gun

The Last Gun is a 1964 Italian Western film directed by Sergio Bergonzelli. The film is set in 1866 in Arizona where a town is threatened by a bandits, which leads to a former gunfighter to re-equip his weapons for one final shoot out.

                                               

Constanzo

Constanzo Mangini 1918–1981, Italian ice hockey player Constanzo Beschi 1860–1747, Italian jesuit priest, missionary, and Tamil language litterateur

                                               

PPI

Plan position indicator, radar display Pulsational pair-instability supernova Picks per inch, a unit of textile measurement Gabarit passe-partout international, in railways Polypropylene polybenzyl isocyanate

                                               

Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo (video game)

Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo is a 1991 platform game developed by British studio PAL Developments and published by Hi-Tec. It is part of the Scooby-Doo franchise, and was released in Europe for Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, and ZX Spe ...

                                               

Pirata

Pirata may refer to: Il pirata, an 1827 opera by Vincenzo Bellini Pirata footballer born 1987, a Portuguese footballer Pirata album, a 1989 album by Litfiba Marco Pantani 1970–2004, Italian cyclist, nicknamed Il Pirata Pirata spider, a genus of w ...

                                               

Nero Forte

Nero Forte is a song by American heavy metal band Slipknot. Produced by Greg Fidelman, it was released as the fourth single from the bands sixth studio album We Are Not Your Kind on December 16, 2019.

                                               

Mr. Dynamite

Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown, a 2014 HBO documentary directed by Alex Gibney Mr. Dynamite film, a 1941 American crime film Mister Dynamite, a 1935 American action film Mr. Dynamite, a 1947 Bollywood film

                                               

Police dog (disambiguation)

Police Dog Training Centre of the Kerala Police Academy Metropolitan Police Dog Support Unit of the London Metropolital Police Airport Police Dog Unit of the Irish Airport Police Service Police Dog Unit, specialist unit of the Hong Kong Police Po ...

                                               

Fuki Kushida

Kushida was born in Yamaguchi prefecture on February 17, 1899. Her father was a professor at the Tokyo School of Foreign Languages. She briefly attended the Japan Womens University, but left school to marry Tamizo Kushida, an economist. After his ...

                                               

Za Gokiburi

Za Gokiburi is a 1973 Japanese action film directed by Tsugunobu Kotani. It is 2nd of Detective Gokiburi series. The film is based on Isao Shinokas manga "Gokiburi Deka". Narugami Ryo is a detective nicknamed "Gokiburi".

                                               

Gangsta

Gangster, a member of a gang Gangsta rap, a subgenre of hip hop music that evolved from hardcore hip hop and purports to reflect urban crime and the violent lifestyles of inner-city youths Hip hop fashion, a style of dress associated with gangsta ...

                                               

Battlestar

Battlestar and similar may refer to: Battle star, an award issued to U.S. Navy ships for participation in battles. Battlestars game show, an American game show that aired on two separate runs on NBC during the early 1980s "Battlestar", a song by ...

                                               

No Surrender

No Surrender: My Thirty-Year War, an autobiography by World War II Japanese holdout Hiroo Onoda No Surrender, 1911 novel by suffragette Constance Maud

                                               

Oda-gumi

The Oda-gumi is a yakuza organization founded in 1958 by Hideomi "Joji" Oda in Chūō-ku, Osaka, Japan. Joji would go on to join the powerful Yamaguchi-gumi organization under third generation kumicho Kazuo Taoka in 1964, rising to become saiko-kom ...

                                               

Heart and Soul (Mari Hamada album)

Heart and Soul "The Singles" is a greatest hits album by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on November 21, 1988 by Invitation to commemorate the fifth anniversary of her music career. The album compiles Hamadas singles from 1985 to ...

                                               

Saturnalia (disambiguation)

Saturnalia Callin novel, a 1986 science fiction novel by Grant Callin Saturnalia Davis novel, a 2007 crime novel by Lindsey Davis Saturnalia webcomic, a science fiction cartoon series by Nina Matsumoto Saturnalia Macrobius, work of 5th century ph ...

                                               

Yūji Yamaguchi

Yūji Yamaguchi was a Japanese anime director who directed Fate/stay night TV series and the Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works film.

                                               

Ballistics (disambiguation)

Forensic ballistics, the science of analyzing firearm usage in crimes Ballistics, the science that deals with the motion, behavior, and effects of projectiles. Transition ballistics, the study of the projectiles behavior when it leaves the barrel ...

                                               

No-no

No-no, No-No or no-no may refer to: Elastic No-No Band, a musical group based in New York Citys anti-folk scene, active from 2004–2011 No-hitter, also called a no-no, a baseball game in which a team was not able to record a single hit No-Nos Left ...

                                               

Outrage Girl Shiomi

Outrage Girl Shiomi, also known as Designated Violent Girl Shiomi-chan, is a Japanese screwball manga series written and illustrated by Kazurou Inoue. It was published by Shogakukan in the magazine Shōnen Sunday S from May 25, 2016 to October 201 ...

                                               

Redrum

Redrum band, a Japanese indie rock band "Redrum" Era Istrefi song "Redrum", a song by Rise to Fall "Redrum", a song by Esham from Bootleg: From the Lost Vault, Vol. 1 "Redrum", a 2019 song by Skepta from Ignorance is Bliss

                                               

The Game of Life (disambiguation)

In mathematics, Conways Game of Life is a cellular automaton. The Game of Life, also known as Life, is an 1860 board game by Milton Bradley. Game of Life or The Game of Life may also refer to:

                                               

Mongol invasion of East Asia

Mongol invasion of East Asia may refer to: Mongol invasion of Central Asia, from 1206-1221, Genghis Khans armies expanded the Mongol Empire after the unification of the Mongol/Turkic tribes. This period was considered to end with the conquering o ...

                                               

Invasion of Russia

Invasion of Russia can refer to: Japanese intervention in Siberia 1918-1922, an occupation of the Russian Far East by Japanese soldiers during the Russian Civil War. Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War and the contemporaneous Polish–Sovi ...

                                               

Pandemonium

Pandemonium novel, a 2012 novel by Lauren Oliver Pandæmonium Paradise Lost, capital of Hell in John Miltons epic poem Paradise Lost Pandaemonium novel, a 2009 novel by Christopher Brookmyre Pandaemonium history book, a book by Humphrey Jennings, ...

                                               

Memorial Hall for the U.S. Airmen Killed In Action During World War II

Memorial Hall for the U.S. Airmen Killed In Action During World War II Memorial Hall for the U.S. Airmen Killed In Action During World War II in Namhae, Namhae Island, South Korea is dedicated to the 11 U.S. Airmen who were killed when their B-24 ...

                                               

Zero Woman: Red Handcuffs

Zero Woman: Red Handcuffs is a 1974 Japanese Toeis "pinky violence" style of pink film. Directed by Yukio Noda. Based on Tōru Shinoharas manga "Zeroka no Onna".

                                               

Yo (disambiguation)

Yo film, a 2015 Mexican film Master Yo, a fictional character from the Disney/Jetix show Yin Yang Yo!

                                               

Rule Breaker

Rule Breaker, The Rule Breaker, or rulebreaker may refer to: "Rule Breaker", a song by Ashlee Simpson from Bittersweet World, 2008 Rulebreaker, a 2016 album from Primal Fear Rulebreaker Award, awarded by Billboard Women in Music Rule Breaker, a 2 ...

                                               

List of Tower of God characters

Twenty-Fifth Bam/Jue Viole Grace Voiced by: Taichi Ichikawa Japanese; Johnny Yong Bosch English Twenty-Fifth Bam Korean: 스물다섯번째 밤 ; RR: Seumul-daseot-banjjae Bam ; literal translation: Twenty-fifth Night is the protagonist of Tower of God. ...

                                               

Nairobi Metropolitan Command

The Nairobi Metropolitan Command is a Kenya Army military formation tasked with acting as a military police type unit for the capital of Nairobi. It was created in 2013 to deal with urban crimes such as domestic terrorism and drug trafficking in ...