Remember that gruesome scene from Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs -- the one where a victim is bound to a chair, tortured, cut up, and doused with gasoline in an abandoned warehouse? Well, that scene carried out in real life last month in East St. Louis, according to new details revealed i ... More >>
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