Italian seven-time fugitive in custody after being caught in sheep pen | AFP

An Italian murderer who escaped from prison for the seventh time earlier this month was caught hiding in a sheep pen. Giuseppe Mastini, 60, nicknamed “Johnny the Gypsy”, took advantage of a temporary release from a high-security jail in Sardinia to flee on September 6, failing to return to his cell. of police cars and Giuseppe Mastini

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GONZO: American anti-heroes, American ghosts (E5)

GONZO drives toward Flagstaff, Arizona, with a stop at the indescribable Grand Canyon along the way. The drive takes them through wide open countryside where native Americans still live. When they get into Flagstaff, they are given a guided ghost tour by Johnny, a local who is a cowboy during the day. Stacy asks why there aren’t so many ghosts in Europe, and he reckons that it’s because we promote them and earn money off the fear. One of the first to spot a ghost in Flagstaff was John Wayne who stayed in the town when he starred in some of his Hollywood blockbusters glorifying the gun slinging past. Max then talks to author and former convict, Chas Allen, who committed a heist after being inspired by the American anti-heroes immortalized on the silver screen. After being sentenced to and serving nine years in prison, his own story was made into a Hollywood film. He remarks on life behind bars and the reality of the American prison system where slave labor is still allowed and the assembly line of criminals is needed to deliver profits to the shareholders in the incarceration business. GONZO then hits the road again on the way to New Mexico.


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Brazil’s Drug Gangs Are Prepared To Go To War Over Bolsonaro’s Gun Crackdown (HBO)

Brazil’s new president, Jair Bolsonaro, signed a temporary decree on Tuesday fulfilling a campaign promise to tackle the country’s epidemic of violence by making it easier for Brazilians to buy guns.

“I signed this decree, created by many upstanding people, so that at this first moment, upstanding citizens can have peace inside their homes,” Bolsonaro said at the signing ceremomy in the country’s capital, Brasília.

Bolsonaro, a conservative former Army captain, was sworn in as president on Jan. 1 after sweeping to power last year on a hard-line law-and-order platform, pledging to reduce the countrys record murder rate and booming trade in illegal drugs that fuels it.

On the main highway leading into Rio de Janeiro, Brazil’s Federal Highway Patrol or PRF say they’re confiscating record numbers of illegal guns and drugs. The officers patrolling the road seized 18 tons of drugs last year — a more than 300-percent increase from the year before.

“It’s a traditional route for drug traffickers – not just for drugs, but also heavy arms,” Alcino Galvao da Silva, Unit Leader of the Federal Highway Patrol, told VICE News. “Machine guns, bullets, marijuana, and cocaine… It has grown quite a bit, especially in Rio de Janeiro.”

“Johnny,” as he asked VICE News to call him, has been dealing drugs for the Third Command drug gang since he was 16 years-old. Now at 28 he manages all the drugs corners in the neighborhood and isn’t afraid to defend them by force.

“I can tell you that today I’ve got 35 homicides,” “Johnny” told VICE News. “Fear? We don’t have fear. That’s what we’re here for. To kill and die. We’ll die, but die fighting. It’s our war motto: Die fighting.”

Bolsonaros plan to “give guns to good people,” and ramp up the military’s role by giving security forces more power to shoot and kill armed criminals isn’t getting the drug gangs to drop their guns. Third Command says their stockpilling weapons of war.

“He’s going to take the world into an urban war,” “Johnny” told VICE News. “Instead of us killing the Red Command we’re going to go after the guy who is in the police who listened to one of Bolsonaro’s orders.”

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Johnny L – Dreaming (Sensai Remix)

Sensai’s remix of Dreaming by Johnny L – This track has been getting a lot of support from the likes of Grooverider and is looking to be a big release!

Forthcoming on Nero Records UK, available to download on 10th May and on vinyl from the 3rd May.