Sandra Avila Beltran, the formidable "Queen of the Pacific," was a notorious drug trafficker associated with the Sinaloa cartel, known for her powerful influence and extravagant lifestyle, even during her imprisonment.
Sandra Avila Beltran
Patty Hearst, the heiress of William Randolph Hearst, captivated attention after being kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army, subsequently joining them and engaging in criminal activities before her arrest, imprisonment, and eventual pardon.
Genene Jones, a pediatric nurse in Texas, gained infamy as a suspected serial killer, responsible for the deaths of numerous infants and children through the administration of lethal drugs, resulting in heart paralysis and respiratory issues.
Karla Homolka, a notorious Canadian serial killer, and her husband Paul Bernardo committed multiple rapes and murders, including Karla's own sister, leading to a high-profile case and media attention.
Diane Downs, one of history's most notorious female criminals, attempted to kill her own children in a bid to please her childless boyfriend, resulting in the death of one child and a life sentence for her horrific actions.
Aileen Wuornos, who began as a young prostitute and escalated to a serial killer, embarked on a spree of robbery and murder with her partner Tyria Moore, resulting in her eventual capture, conviction, and execution in 2001.
Griselda Blanco, the notorious Queen of Cocaine and Black Widow, was a Colombian drug lord involved in the ruthless cocaine trade and gang wars of the 1970s and 80s, responsible for numerous murders including her own husbands, ultimately meeting her demise through a fatal shooting.
Lizzie Borden, the prime suspect in the infamous Fall River murders of 1892, was acquitted despite strong evidence against her, leaving the mystery of the brutal killings unsolved.