Some articles on plunder:
... by the Supreme Court would convict me of plunder ... Even lawyers who read the ruling made by the Sandiganbayan justices on the plunder case would see just how the law on plunder was prostituted with the intention to convict me ... who know better that I am innocent of the charges of plunder, have acquitted me ...
... Hamburgers was breaking into the Triple J Hottest 100 chart, Stevie Plunder was found dead at the bottom of Wentworth Falls in the Blue Mountains, apparently a suicide ... Plunder's memorial service, held at St Stephen's Church, Newtown in February 1996, was attended by hundreds of friends and fans ... The Whitlams first album after Plunder's death, Eternal Nightcap, was dedicated to his memory ...
... To plunder is to indiscriminantly take goods by force ... Plunder may also refer to Plunder (serial), a 1923 film serial Plunder (play), a 1928 stage farce by Ben Travers Plunder (1931 film), a British comedy film, based on the stage play, above Captain Plunder, a ...
... Plunder of Peach and Plum (Chinese 桃李劫 pinyin Táolǐ jié) is an early Chinese sound film from 1934 ... the left-leaning Shanghai-based Diantong Film Company, Plunder was directed by Ying Yunwei and starred popular actor Yuan Muzhi (who also co-wrote the screenplay) ...
... charges at the Sandiganbayan on April 4, 2001 one for plunder and the other for perjury ... The plunder case consisted of four separate charges acceptance of 545 million pesos from proceeds of jueteng, an illegal gambling game misappropriation of ... The plunder charge was based upon a complaint filed before the ombudsman by Dante Jimenez, human rights lawyer Romeo Capulong, trial lawyer Leonard de Vera, 1971 Constitutional ...
More definitions of "plunder":
- (verb): Plunder (a town) after capture.
- (verb): Take illegally; of intellectual property.
Famous quotes containing the word plunder:
“Alliance. In international politics, the union of two thieves who have their hands so deeply inserted in each others pockets that they cannot separately plunder a third.”
—Ambrose Bierce (18421914)
“Actually we are a vulgar, pushing mob whose passions are easily mobilized by demagogues, newspaper men, religious quacks, agitators and such like. To call this a society of free peoples is blasphemous. What have we to offer the world besides the superabundant loot which we recklessly plunder from the earth under the maniacal delusion that this insane activity represents progress and enlightenment?”
—Henry Miller (18911980)
“True, were not great thieves, like the nobles. Our robberies are petty compared to the wholesale plunder of the nation.”
—Sonya Levien (18951960)