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The wanted Victorian women: Historic mugshots reveal the cunning faces of England’s Nineteenth Century bad girls

From the 'Mugshots' exhibition at Ripon Police and Prison Museum This photo from http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2395593/The-wanted-Victorian-women-Historic-mugshots-reveal-cunning-faces-England-s-Nineteenth-Century-bad-girls.html

Patty Hearst, granddaughter of legendary newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst, was photographed by the San Mateo County Sheriff in September 1975 after her arrest on bank robbery and gun charges. Hearst, kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army in February 1974, was sentenced to seven years in prison. She was released in February 1979 after President Jimmy Carter commuted her sentence.

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23 Vintage Bad Girl Mugshots

Okay, so not to emulate this jail-laden ladies, but they look pretty kick ass in these mug shots! | 23 Vintage Bad Girl Mugshots

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Drug dealers, backstreet abortionists and a deadly femme fatale: Fascinating mugshots of women prisoners from 1920s Australia

On the game: Elizabeth Singleton had multiple convictions for soliciting and was described in police records as a common prostitute. She was imprisoned at Long Bay but the details of her sentence have been lost

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Drug dealers, backstreet abortionists and a deadly femme fatale: Fascinating mugshots of women prisoners from 1920s Australia

Money making; Clara Randall reported to police that her Bondi flat had been broken into and a quantity of jewellery stolen. It was later discovered she had pawned the jewellery for cash. Randall was sentenced to 18 months with light labour