Some articles on crimes, crime:
... who revealed knowledge of Ashworth's body, and admitted the crime under questioning, but denied the first murder ...
... Outlaws rewarding or approving of crimes "publicly, in a meeting or through dissemination of writings, and in a manner that is capable of disturbing the public peace" ... This only applies to crimes where failure to report is an offense (§ 138), among them preparation of a war of aggression (§ 80), murder, robbery, treason, and counterfeiting money ...
... and their definitions and punishments are listed, for example Crimes against the democratic rule of law Crimes against public order Crimes against the person of a sexual nature Crimes ...
... Examples of such new crimes are money laundering or computer sabotage ... affecting criminal law, such as definitions of new types of crime and law enforcement action ... In 2002 German public prosecutors were empowered to prosecute crimes against humanity, war crimes and genocide internationally under the Völkerstrafgese ...
... German war crimes Japanese war crimes British war crimes United States war crimes Soviet war crimes Allied war crimes during World War II Holocaust ...
Famous quotes containing the word crimes:
“Some crimes get honor and renown by being committed with more pomp, by a greater number, and in a higher degree of wickedness than others. Hence it is that public robberies, plunderings, and sackings have been looked upon as excellencies and noble achievements, and the seizing of whole countries, however unjustly and barbarously, is dignified with the glorious name of gaining conquests.”
—François, Duc De La Rochefoucauld (16131680)
“Parents shall not be put to death for their children, nor shall children be put to death for their parents; only for their own crimes may persons be put to death.”
—Bible: Hebrew, Deuteronomy 24:16.
“... how have I used rivers, how have I used wars
to escape writing of the worst thing of all
not the crimes of other, not even our own death,
but the failure to want our freedom passionately enough
so that blighted elms, sick rivers, massacres would seem
mere emblems of that desecration of ourselves?”
—Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)