On Camden High Street in central London, residents gathered Tuesday evening on the rooftops of boarded-up buildings to await pandemonium. "I'm not scared," said George Fletcher, a small, crinkled man sitting outside the Spread Eagle pub where he works. "There's always trouble in Camden."
Graduate Student, Oxford University; Reporter
Katie Engelhart is a graduate student of Modern European History at Oxford University. She also writes for Maclean’s Magazine (Toronto).
Women's crimes are seen as something that falls beyond the 'normal' scope of violence. Male criminals in the Second World War and Rwanda were painted as brutal, thuggish. The female criminals were brutal too, but also sexually-perverted, diabolic, and often mad.
07/27/2011 09:13 EDT
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