The December 11, 1978 Lufthansa heist was the most infamous caper in U.S. history. At New York's JFK airport, associates of the Lucchese crime family netted nearly $6 million (or $22.5 million today) in cash and jewels; almost none of the take was recovered, and only one person served time. But a lot of people directly involved with the crime ended up dead.
Some criminals get their crimes tattooed on their bodies, write 'fictional' books detailing murders they've committed or turn their own wanted posters into profile pics on Facebook. We talk to an expert to better understand why some criminals implicate themselves in their crimes by communicating about them.