It's online only this week. And, man, is Charles Mudede's writing ever beautifully weird:

One might say that the crime in this report is really insignificant, a complete waste of time to record in such detail, too trivial a task for a police officer. But that is not the right attitude. A better attitude would enable you to see the most important thing that happens in this report: a criminal produces a crime.

Let's turn for a moment to a wonderful passage in Marx's Theories of Surplus Value: "A philosopher produces ideas, a poet poems, a clergyman sermons, a professor compendia, and so on. A criminal produces crimes. If we look a little closer at the connection between this latter branch of production and society as a whole, we shall rid ourselves of many prejudices. The criminal produces not only crimes but also criminal law..."

It's great. Read the entire thing.