Crime

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Legally forbidden behaviours.

Crimes are offences as judged by the law.

Intelligence agencies

In March 2018, the UK government officially admitted that agents were allowed to carry out criminal activity in the UK, but did not reveal the extent of criminality permitted.[1]


 

Examples

Page nameDescription
Arsonsetting fire to property.
Assaultcausing physical harm to another person.
Atlanta sex trafficking operationA sex trafficking operation in Atlanta.
Attempted murder
BAE Systems/Crimes
Contaminated blood affairFor several years in the 1980s France knowingly exported tainted blood, killing thousands.
Cybercrime
Death threat
Destruction of evidence
Elite devianceCriminality done by the rich and powerful.
Eventide Home fireA suspicious fire.
Israel/Violations of Lebanese sovereignty
Nashville sex trafficking operationA sex trafficking operation in Nashville.
Negligence
Racketeeringextortion of money or advantage by threat or force.
SCAD
SmugglingThe prohibited transshipment of goods across borders. Drug smuggling, in particular, is a major source of cash for deep state groups.
ThoughtcrimeIn George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four, certain ideas are illegal. This idea seems to be manifesting in the 21st century.
TortureTorture is the deliberate infliction of pain, used both as a means of obtaining information (though for this purpose it is notoriously unreliable) and (such as at Guantánamo Bay) to terrorise entire populations.
Treason
Wakefield standoffA standoff between an anti-government militia and the police, in July 2021 in Wakefield, Massachusetts.
War crime
White-collar crimeCrimes by well educated people, often with high social status.

 

Related Quotation

PageQuoteAuthor
Eugene Debs“Getting a living under capitalism... is so precarious, so uncertain, fraught with such pain and struggle that the wonder is not that so many people become vicious and criminal, but that so many remain in docile submission to such a tyrannous and debasing condition.”Eugene Debs


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