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By Anonym 18 Sep

Maureen Brady

The bridge out of shame is outrage. Suddenly the obvious becomes stunningly clear—we have been carrying shame for the crime of the offender…In a clear flash we may see ourselves standing in a fierce stance, grounded by our knowledge, ready to throw off any wrongdoer. Our outrage can be a fueling energy, capable of making us as steely as we need to be.

By Anonym 20 Sep

S. A. Tawks

Your choices can only be limited by your mind.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sanjida Kay

Evie is our beautiful, dark-haired, green-eyed child,’ I say. I can hear the tremor in my voice. ‘Like many seven-year-old girls, she’s obsessed with princesses. We think she looks more like a fairy. She loves Lego and painting. She laughs easily. She has pretend tea parties in a tree in our garden and invites all her dolls. She wants to be an artist when she grows up. Please find her. Please bring her back to us. We miss her beyond measure. She is the love of our life.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Kendric Neal

I get a little obsessive, it was my hallmark as a coach. I'm more effective when it gets personal and I tend to stick with a thing until it gets personal. I haven't been doing this that long but so far, knock on wood, I've never had to give up. There's something rewarding about it—when you grab that first slender thread that unravels the whole web. I just can't stand seeing anyone get away with something, and I'm dreading the first time I have to walk away from a case knowing who did it and why, but that there's nothing I can do about it. Amy's right to worry, I'm the world's worst loser, as several generations of junior high teams could tell you. I still mourn games I lost 10 years ago. I swear, I wake up sweating and angry over a pass-action I should have known not to call, I'm not kidding. It's not healthy.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Carter G. Woodson

The oppressor has always indoctrinated the weak with his interpretation of the crimes of the strong.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Raymond Kelly

You can be stopped if a police officer reasonably suspects a crime is about to be committed, is being committed or has been committed. Every law enforcement agency does it. It's essential to policing.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Jon Krakauer

Statistically, the odds that any given rape was committed by a serial offender are around 90 percent," Lisak said. "The research is clear on this. The foremost issue for police and prosecutors should be that you have a predator out there. By reporting this rape, the victim is giving you an opportunity to put this guy away. If you decline to pursue the case because the victim was drunk, or had a history of promiscuity, or whatever, the offender is almost certainly going to keep raping other women. We need cops and prosecutors who get it that 'nice guys' like Frank are serious criminals.

By Anonym 19 Sep

S. A. Tawks

This is your chance. Are you going to cower and make excuses or are you going to do what you really want to do?

By Anonym 19 Sep

Justin Bog

The woman with the cat complex is named Mrs. Alice Plesher, but she doesn't reveal her first name to him and Sai only finds out by accident, later. Mrs. Plesher calls the paper and is put through to Sai. He has no idea why although he could guess the new guy gets all of the reporter-on-the-beat drudgery assignments until proven worthy. Alice speaks haltingly as if hardened by age and her voice reveals a rasp. Sai pictures her in a long house dress from the fifties, wide pink and white stripes fading with age---a smock of beige over the dress, a multitude of cats clinging to the fabric like stick-ons.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ana Claudia Antunes

Don't starve an instinct with a lie on, Never hit or deceive a wounded lion. He heals faster than you can imagine And hurts even more when in famine.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Zita Steele

Gory frontline memories from war in the Philippines returned to Mitch as he submerged himself in the brush. He sunk deep into the leaves and mud, and stayed there. He remembered scenes from the jungle. The tremors of falling bombs. The smell of smoke.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Vladimir Putin

All civilised countries should unite in the fight against international terrorism.

By Anonym 15 Sep

George Jackson

Very few men imprisoned for economic crimes or even crimes of passion against the oppressor feel that they are really guilty.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jd Robb

Eve: "Where's Mister Scary?" Roarke: "Summerset has the night off." Eve: "You mean the house is Summerset-free? Damn shame we have to waste it with work.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Sheeja Jose

A single lie is the father of all lies

By Anonym 18 Sep

Rebecca Mcnutt

She is shocked by the rows of thick Plexiglas windows, each equipped with a telephone, each with a prisoner on one side and an outsider on the other. There is a teenage girl chatting with a prisoner who is presumably her father. There’s a married couple talking to their daughter. There’s a woman with a baby in her arms, sobbing into her phone as she begs her husband not to plead guilty for his crimes. Jail is terrifying to Geraldine, not only because it’s a house of criminals but also because it’s a cold slap in the face, a reminder of where she will eventually end up. “You’ve got to stay with me the whole time, Callo! I’m serious, you CANNOT leave me here.” “I’ll never,” Callo vows, but he’s eyeing her strangely. “Just remember which side of the glass you’re on right now, Geraldine.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Zita Steele

He was a scoundrel and a saint and a survivor. A tangled Celtic knot of thorns and roses. Ragged and sincere. It moved her deeply. Like a forgotten melody that suddenly struck a vibrant chord inside her heart. He was almost irresistible.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Sachin Tendulkar

Commit all your crimes when Sachin is batting. They will go unnoticed because even the Lord is watching.

By Anonym 16 Sep

S. A. Tawks

I realised I got anxious because my true aspiration wasn't to become the chief of a multi-billion dollar, multi-national company that created widgets or some shit.

By Anonym 14 Sep

John Bolton

I think the International Criminal Court could be a threat to American security interests, because the prosecutor of the court has enormous discretion in going after war crimes.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Wendy Hoffman

What better weapon than the human brain? The human brain was Mrs Twartski's and Wiezenslowski's domain. The children who were used were the castaways of the United States government, like dogs abandoned and a vet's office. Mrs. Twartski read the letter out loud, slowly and carefully enunciating every word in her thick Polish accent. The German scientists were looking for children who could learn quickly, were between ages four and twelve, and could withstand being famished without dying. Deutschland were paying dollar $50,000 per subject. Everyone in living room exactly Mrs. Twartski and all my aunts let out a huge "Ahhh". My sister's and my eyes grew wide because we had no idea what this meant or why the adults were so excited. Then my sister's eyes narrowed as if she knew something that I didn't yet, as if she had just figured something out.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Marlene Dietrich

The relationship between the make-up man and the film actor is that of accomplices in crime

By Anonym 13 Sep

Edward Teller

I am guilty of the great crime of optimism.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Michael Bloomberg

We are the safest large city in America, but any crime rate is too high.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Jonny Steinberg

There are not so many murders in this township, I think to myself, and not so few policemen, that a killing should be treated like an old woman who has lost her cat.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Chris Carter

Hunter let go of JJ who started dusting his jacket with both hands. ‘Look at what you’ve done to my suit man, these things don’t come cheap you know.’ Garcia checked his pocket change. ‘Here.’ He extended his hand towards JJ. ‘A dollar ninety-five. Go buy another one.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Doug Stanhope

Child pornography is the only crime that you cannot report to the police as an eyewitness.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Phillip Rock

Al... You ever kill anybody? In the United States? Because I know you mean it and everything, but I know these guys better than I know you. They're soldiers, that's all. No questions, no time to ask, no talk. Cops are worse, and less predictable. When you pull a gun, you've gotta be ready to kill somebody, and I'm telling you it's better to run.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Elliott Colla

Certain readers will read my book not because they are interested in Iraq, but because they read crime fiction. I did want to get beyond just speaking to other Middle East scholars, so I'm happy about that. But this was, nonetheless, a novel I wish I got to read in Arabic and translate.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Julius Caesar

I believe that the members of my family must be as free from suspicion as from actual crime.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Derek Raymond

A quick butchers shows up Old Bill three-handed, also a particularly nasty female grass–-and if looks were acid baths the two she collects from us would reduce her to gristle quicker than Mrs. Durand-Deacon.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Thomas Southerne

An oath is a recognizance to heaven, binding us over in the courts above to plead to the indictment of our crimes.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Alice Walker

The original crime of niggers and lesbians is that they prefer themselves.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Ernest Hemingway

An aggressive war is the great crime against everything good in the world. A defensive war, which must necessarily turn to aggressive at the earliest moment, is the necessary great counter-crime. But never think that war, no matter how necessary, nor how justified, is not a crime. Ask the infantry and ask the dead.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Abdul Kalam

In India we only read about death, sickness, terrorism, crime.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Henry Kane

Oh ho, the private eyeball! Poor, prosaic, wretched eyeball. Alas, alack, woe and whoa! Harder and faster they chain him to the stone of stereotype—more and more he cannot earn his daily bread without conforming to the curious standards so stringently set out for him. Once upon a time he had to talk from out of the side of stiff-lipped mouth in accents clipped and surly, and there was the bleak but sheer necessity of constant sexual acrobatics with each and every lady who entered within earshot of the case, no matter how casually. And if by chance the case were not a “caper,” it was no damned case at all. There was the day he had to punch all people in the belly with the natural follow-through of one perfect, accurate, and final punch to the chin (for some reason called the button, as you may recall), but that was before the advent of judo. After judo (after World War II, that is), our hero merely had to straighten his palm and smite the nape of his vis-à-vis, who would immediately fall prone or supine but obligingly comatose.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ian Mcewan

All day we've witnessed each other's crimes. You killed no one today? But how many did you leave to die?

By Anonym 15 Sep

Carl Safina

We put the murderer in charge of the crime scene.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Kathryn Hurn

How easily such a thing can become a mania, how the most normal and sensible of women once this passion to be thin is upon them, can lose completely their sense of balance and proportion and spend years dealing with this madness.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Margarethe Von Trotta

I was never in favor of violence. I am always in favor of expressing anger, though. I am always in favor of revolt, and can even understand some forms of property crime.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Yoshida Kenko

The true criminal must be defined as a man who commits a crime though he is as decently fed and clothed as others.

By Anonym 18 Sep

S. A. Tawks

Someone who lives vicariously will never be truly happy because they're not happy with themselves.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Jerrie Brock

Dear God, please help me to be the kind of person who my dogs think I am.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Joan Smith

The issue which faced the jury was this: was Sutcliffe a clever criminal, aware of what he was doing and determined to avoid capture? ... In a sense, it was the wrong question. The battle that was fought out in court - the mad/bad dichotomy - both substitutes for and obscures the real dilemma raised by the Yorkshire Ripper case: is Sutcliffe a one-off, su generis as I have heard one psychiatrist describe him, someone who stands outside our culture and has no relation to it? Those who assert that Sutcliffe is mad are in essence saying yes to this question; madness is a closed category, one over which we have no control and for which we bear no responsibility. The deranged stand apart from us; we cannot be blamed for their insanity. Thus the urge to characterize Sutcliffe as mad has powerful emotional origins; it has as much to do with how we see ourselves and the society in which we live... It is a distancing mechanism, a way of establishing a comforting gulf between ourselves and a particularly unacceptable criminal.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Moriarty

Every fairy tale needs a good old-fashioned villain.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Mark Zero

This was a crime of passion, but unlike most crimes of passion, it had been meticulously and diabolically well-planned.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Arthur Conan Doyle

When a doctor does go wrong he is the first of criminals.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Beatrix Campbell

(Talking about the movement to deny the prevalence and effects of adult sexual exploitation of children) So what does this movement consist of? Who are the movers and shakers? Well molesters are in it, of course. There are web pages telling them how to defend themselves against accusations, to retain confidence about their ‘loving and natural’ feelings for children, with advice on what lawyers to approach, how to complain, how to harass those helping their children. Then there’s the Men’s Movements, their web pages throbbing with excitement if they find ‘proof’ of conspiracy between feminists, divorcing wives and therapists to victimise men, fathers and husbands. Then there are journalists. A few have been vitally important in the US and Britain in establishing the fightback, using their power and influence to distort the work of child protection professionals and campaign against children’s testimony. Then there are other journalists who dance in and out of the debates waggling their columns behind them, rarely observing basic journalistic manners, but who use this debate to service something else – a crack at the welfare state, standards, feminism, ‘touchy, feely, post-Diana victimhood’. Then there is the academic voice, landing in the middle of court cases or inquiries, offering ‘rational authority’. Then there is the government. During the entire period of discovery and denial, not one Cabinet minister made a statement about the prevalence of sexual abuse or the harm it caused. Finally there are the ‘retractors’. For this movement to take off, it had to have ‘human interest’ victims – the accused – and then a happy ending – the ‘retractors’. We are aware that those ‘retractors’ whose parents trail them to newspapers, television studios and conferences are struggling. Lest we forget, they recanted under palpable pressure.

By Anonym 18 Sep

S. A. Tawks

The best experiences can't be forced and they come when you least expect it. You don't find misadventure, it finds you.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Frank Miller

Marv's a guy you've got to be careful around. He doesn't mean any harm, but he causes plenty.