The photographs displayed in the Museum of Crime were taken at the real scenes of crimes, including the
photographs of the victims. You may find those pictures shocking and disgusting and thus
only the adults should enter this museum. If you hate violence and atrocity, you should avoid
entering the museum as well.
On the other hand, it is impossible to present the world of crime without displaying such photographs. Keep in mind that anyone may come across with such crimes anytime. The author of the Museum of Crime would like to thank the victims' relatives for their understanding.
I hate violence and atrocity. I would rather leave !
All the chapters presented in the Museum of Crime were written to be used within the compulsory police education first of all, but not for any kind of commercial use. Copying of the pictures, photos or articles without the author's permition will be considered as the copyright infringement according to both the Czech Criminal Code and some other precepts of law connected to the Authors' Act.
Lately, the Museum of Crime has brazenly been cribed by PhDr. Luděk Příhoda, Martin Skýpal and Eva Peňázová, the editors of KRIMI-REVUE journal, (see the Museum of Crime - Criminals' brands and signals) and by BcA. Jaroslav Karfus, the picture editor, the watermark "www.kriminalistika.eu" covers each photograph. By the way, 27 photographs cribed from the Museum of Crime were published in the August 2011 issue. That is the way I protect the photographs from being cribed by the journalists of that kind.
The reputable journalists are sure to be provided the photographs for free, in full definition and without the watermark if they ask me to, but under the condition they will include the notice "www.kriminalistika.eu", "The Museum of Crime", or "Miloslav Jedlička's privat files" as the Czech law requires.
Stylistic revision: Jan Zachrla, Česká Lípa, CZ