The Guardian Angel of Guatemala: Profiles by VICE

Here in Guatemala, the fire department gets called for everything. We have a paramedic unit, and we have a hazmat, we have animal control. We have disaster control. Obviously fires. The gunshot wounds here in the city prevail a little bit more, we have around 10 to 15 per day. Continue Reading

Losing Millions on the Homie Vending Machine Empire: Profiles by VICE

the goal was to shake the glass quarter out of your pocket that’s always but I’ll go I was the king of the hump day every I had 1500 machines and every single machine on the top but every big machine that held the big two-inch capsule we had always Continue Reading

The Completely Blind Hunter: Profiles by VICE

when you’re hunting I’m sorry you’re gonna need a little bit of help when your mind this is my latest gun permit I’ve renewed this gun permit for several years since I got my first one in October of 2000 this is a 357 Magnum this is the gun that Continue Reading

Alexis Neiers on Drugs, Prison, and the Bling Ring: Profiles by VICE

first time I tried I mean what classifies a hard drug like xanax xanax I was maybe in like seventh grade eighth grade was the first time I had tried cocaine and I snorted a little bit of meth did you give me a list of what for see how Continue Reading

Child Bullfighters in Mexico: Profiles by VICE