Francesca DiCaprio Dirty Talks in Italian As Rocco Drills her Ass
For its disclosure of the links between the region's rampant crime rate and corruption in the local criminal justice system. The reporting, largely the work of Melvin Claxton, initiated political reforms. Something makes the Virgin Islands uniquely hospitable to crime. Who's to blame for the prevailing belief that crime is part of the way things are done here? Reporter Melvin Claxton spent six months interviewing hundreds of criminals, victims, law officers and justice officials. He hand-searched the virgin islands daily news
of records and worked with project editor J. Lowe Davis to organize the information into this part series.