“Really good detectives are born with this sixth sense, that crystal ball in their stomach. It’s having the ability to get inside that person’s soul whatever way you can and get the person to say what you need to hear.” That’s Louis Scarcella trying to describe the innate abilities that helped him become a star detective; the guy you called in when the case went cold. But now Scarcella is “accused of putting away innocent people, over decades, on false charges, by whatever means necessary — forced confessions, witness tampering, and a total disregard for justice.” From GQ’s Sean Flynn: Brooklyn’s Baddest.

+ Priceonomics: This is what happens when you enter the witness protection program.