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Gallicchio Crime quotes by Bertrand Russell
#1. Americans need rest, but do not know it. I believe this to be a large part of the explanation of the crime wave in the United States. #Quote by Bertrand Russell
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Charles Peguy
#2. We said that a single injustice, a single crime, a single illegality, particularly if it is officially recorded, confirmed, a single wrong to humanity, a single wrong to justice and to right, particularly if it is universally, legally, nationally, commodiously accepted, that a single crime shatters and is sufficient to shatter the whole social pact, the whole social contract, that a single legal crime, a single dishonorable act will bring about the loss of ones honor, the dishonor of a whole people. It is a touch of gangrene that corrupts the entire body. #Quote by Charles Peguy
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Eric Hoffer
#3. The great crimes of the twentieth century were committed not by money-grubbing capitalists but by dedicated idealists. Lenin, Stalin, and Hitler were contemptuous of money. The passage from the nineteenth to the twentieth century has been a passage from considerations of money to considerations of power. #Quote by Eric Hoffer
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Ian Fleming
#4. Prohibition is the trigger of crime. #Quote by Ian Fleming
Gallicchio Crime quotes by John Grisham
#5. With murder, the victim is gone, and not forced to deal with what happened to her. The family must deal with it, but not the victim. But rape is much worse. The victim has a lifetime of coping, trying to understand, of asking questions, and the worst part, of knowing the rapist is still alive and may someday escape or be released. Every hour of every day, the victim thinks of the rape and asks herself a thousand questions. She relives it, step by step, minute by minute, and it hurts just as bad.
Perhaps the most horrible crime of all is the violent rape of a child. A woman who is raped has a pretty good idea why it happened. Some animal was filled with hatred, anger and violence. But a child? A ten-year-old child? Suppose you're a parent. Imagine yourself trying to explain to your child why she was raped. Imagine yourself trying to explain why she cannot bear children. #Quote by John Grisham
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Peter Wollen
#6. The same theme can be found in Carol Reed's pioneering The Stars Look Down, in which three classic avenue of escape from the working class are posited: crime, football and education. #Quote by Peter Wollen
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Terre Thaemlitz
#7. Laws never protect anyone, despite claiming to be all about protecting the public. Each legal restriction only strengthens the power of mafia and crime organising who step in to help people do what the law says they can't do, in every country. #Quote by Terre Thaemlitz
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Daniel Defoe
#8. Thus you see having committed a Crime once, is a sad Handle to the committing of it again; whereas all the Regret, and Reflections wear off when the Temptation renews it self; had I not yielded to see him again, the Corrupt desire in him had worn off, and 'tis very probable he had never fallen into it, with any Body else, as I really believe he had not done before. #Quote by Daniel Defoe
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Garry Disher
#9. I have no favourite genre or style but treat each novel with the same care, imagination and craftsmanship. It's as difficult to write a crime or a children's novel with a touch of style and grace as it is a literary novel. #Quote by Garry Disher
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Anna Howard Shaw
#10. And looking into the face of ... one dead man we see two dead, the man and the life of the woman who gave him birth; the life she wrought into his life! And looking into his dead face someone asks a woman, what does a woman know about war? What, what, friends in the face of a crime like that, what does man know about war? #Quote by Anna Howard Shaw
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Evelyn Waugh
#11. Almost all crime is due to the repressed desire for aesthetic expression. #Quote by Evelyn Waugh
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Stieg Larsson
#12. I'm a fast writer, and crime novels are easy to do. It's much harder to write a 1,000 word article, where everything has to be 100 per cent correct. #Quote by Stieg Larsson
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Bill Bryson
#13. The pleasant fact is that the British are not much good at violent crime except in fiction, which is of course as it should be. #Quote by Bill Bryson
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Serzh Sargsyan
#14. It was measured that the splinters of the Armenian nation that had managed to miraculously escape the Genocide would not be able to recover from the blow, would disappear in the whirlpools on five continents, lose their national identity, and aptitude to be a political factor. But we, as a nation and as a state, were able to reappear at the international arena to affirm that we continue our eternal journey and that we are determined not to allow for such a crime to ever happen again. #Quote by Serzh Sargsyan
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Brenda Vicars
#15. How much easier to be the victim here and not the one who did the crime! #Quote by Brenda Vicars
Gallicchio Crime quotes by S.A. Tawks
#16. Now comes the hard part. Peyton, Peyton, Peyton. Just say Peyton. #Quote by S.A. Tawks
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Swami Vivekananda
#17. No cowardice, no sin, no crime, no weakness - the rest will come of itself ... #Quote by Swami Vivekananda
Gallicchio Crime quotes by B.V. Lawson
#18. The M.E. dissected pieces of a corpse to tell a story, while Drayco tried to bring them back from the dead, jagged piece by jagged piece. #Quote by B.V. Lawson
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Horizon Magazine, Summer 1970
#19. For the lady's husband to become actively jealous was considered both doltish and dishonorable, a breach of the spirit of courtesy. Yet the record suggests that this was a fairly common occurrence and one of the occupational hazards of being a troubadour. The most famous crime passionnel of the epoch was the murder of Guilhem de Cabestanh, a troubadour knight whose love for the Lady Seremonda aroused the jealousy of her husband, Raimon de Castel-Roussillon. The story goes that Raimon killed Guilhem while he was out hunting, removed the heart from the body, and had it served to his wife for dinner, cooked and seasoned with pepper. Then comes the great confrontation:
"And when the lady had eaten of it, RAimon de Castel-Roussillon said unto her: "Know you of what you have eaten?' And she said, 'I know not, save that the taste thereof is good and savoury.' Then he said to her that that she had eaten of was in very truth the head of SIr Guilhem of Cabestanh, and caused the head to be brought before her, that she might the more readily believe it. And when the lady had seen and heard this, she straightway fell into a swoon, and when she was recovered of it, she spake and said: "Of a truth, my Lord, such good meat have you given me that never more will I eat of other."
THen he, hearing this, ran upon her with his sword and would have struck at her head, but the lady ran to a balcony, and cast herself down, and so died."
...the story is probably apocryphal… grisly deta #Quote by Horizon Magazine, Summer 1970
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Ziad K. Abdelnour
#20. Since the dawn of the twentieth century, we have been told that
the federal government has the answers to solve all of society's problems.
We have been promised, by supposedly serious men who have
sworn an oath before God and man, that if we just give Washington,
D.C., more of our money and more of our personal freedom, the
problems of poverty, illiteracy, racism, unemployment, crime, and
corruption will all be solved. Today, each and every one of these
problems is worse than it has ever been. The federal government and
its blood-sucking bureaucracies do not have a solution to the problem,
they are the problem. #Quote by Ziad K. Abdelnour
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Junaid Raza
#21. Women's silence is the biggest crime for which they are enslaved by society. #Quote by Junaid Raza
Gallicchio Crime quotes by A.E. Samaan
#22. Living someone else's dream is truly a nightmare. None should forfeit their life's aspirations to toil for the goals of another. Unity of purpose is a sentence. Collectivism is a crime; theft of individual worth. #Quote by A.E. Samaan
Gallicchio Crime quotes by George Pelecanos
#23. Any time you have poverty, joblessness, sub-par public schools, and a lack of opportunity, you're going to have a high rate of crime. #Quote by George Pelecanos
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Jo Nesbo
#24. I wasn't that into crime novels at all, but a friend introduced me to the work of Jim Thompson - I loved all his books. #Quote by Jo Nesbo
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Steen Langstrup
#25. You just hang in there, boy, hang in with that apprenticeship of yours, do you hear me? You are lucky they would even take someone like you. You're a child of the slums. A ragtag. On top of that, you're a whining piece of shit. Nobody will ever do anything for you. Do you understand what I'm saying? They'll let you starve to death, no problem. Nobody is going to cry on your grave.
Poul-Erik's Mother
The Informer by Steen Langstrup #Quote by Steen Langstrup
Gallicchio Crime quotes by M.L Rapier
#26. There is sometimes a fine line between a cop and a criminal. What drives their personality may be the same, and they have simply chosen different roles and professions to call their own."

Dr. ML Rapier PhD, Clinical Psychologist. #Quote by M.L Rapier
Gallicchio Crime quotes by S.A. Tawks
#27. Being determined delinquents, Peyton and I jumped the barricades and wandered around the dilapidated interior. #Quote by S.A. Tawks
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Martin Scorsese
#28. It's interesting that these themes of crime and political corruption are always relevant. #Quote by Martin Scorsese
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Geoffrey S. Fletcher
#29. The brutality that can take place in a crime film heightens the tenderness that can also be there. #Quote by Geoffrey S. Fletcher
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Arthur Conan Doyle
#30. He [Professor Moriarty] is the Napoleon of crime, Watson. He is the organizer of half that is evil and of nearly all that is undetected in this great city. He is a genius, a philosopher, an abstract thinker. He has a brain of the first order. #Quote by Arthur Conan Doyle
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Karen Essex
#31. No rational person would intentionally commit an act of evil, for everyone knows that it would bring the wrath of the community upon him. (Socrates) #Quote by Karen Essex
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Jennifer Lane
#32. His voice as smooth as silk, Grant started into his standard crowd-pleaser: Sinatra's 'My Kind of Town. #Quote by Jennifer Lane
Gallicchio Crime quotes by David Foster Wallace
#33. Drug addicts driven to crime to finance their drug addiction are not often inclined toward violent crime. Violence requires all different kinds of energy, and most drug addicts like to expend their energy not on their professional crime but on what their professional crime lets them afford. Drug addicts are often burglars, therefore. #Quote by David Foster Wallace
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Nikolas Schreck
#34. And eventually, he (Charles Manson) testified to an empty court, as Bugliosi had convinced the presiding judge Older, that Manson's hypnotic powers might convince the jury he was innocent. #Quote by Nikolas Schreck
Gallicchio Crime quotes by S.A. Tawks
#35. Maybe if you allowed me to blow off some steam, I wouldn't have been so frustrated when I had to find higher order fucking derivatives. #Quote by S.A. Tawks
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Randall Robinson
#36. Like slavery, other human rights crimes have resulted in the loss of millions of lives. But only slavery, with its sadistic patience, asphyxiated memory, and smothered cultures, has hulled empty a whole race of people with inter-generational efficiency. Every artifact of the victims' past cultures, every custom, every ritual, every god, every language, every trace element of a people's whole hereditary identity, wrenched from them and ground into a sharp choking dust. It is a human rights crime without parallel in the modern world. For it produces its victims ad infinitum, long after the active stage of the crime has ended. #Quote by Randall Robinson
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Mark Billingham
#37. When a crime writer thinks up a delicious twist, it is a great moment. Time to relax and take the rest of the day off. I do think that it can be overdone, however. #Quote by Mark Billingham
Gallicchio Crime quotes by M.F. Moonzajer
#38. Allah-U-Akbar (God is great) is the most frightening word, because it always reminds me that someone is committing crime;specifically murder. #Quote by M.F. Moonzajer
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Eliza Lynn Linton
#39. I see no light behind that terrible curtain. I do not think one religion better than another and I think the Christian religion has brought far more misery crime and suffering far more tyranny and evil than any other. #Quote by Eliza Lynn Linton
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Thomas Sowell
#40. The biggest hypocrites on gun control are those who live in upscale developments with armed security guards - and who want to keep other people from having guns to defend themselves. But what about lower-income people living in high-crime, inner city neighborhoods? Should such people be kept unarmed and helpless, so that limousine liberals can 'make a statement' by adding to the thousands of gun laws already on the books? #Quote by Thomas Sowell
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Jean Cocteau
#41. It is, it seems, a social crime to desire solitude. #Quote by Jean Cocteau
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Theresa May
#42. Obviously local people will have their local voice through the police and crime commissioners that they've elected to determine their local policing. #Quote by Theresa May
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Deji Olukotun
#43. It's time to end the brain drain and move to brain gain. It's time for a great mind of Nigeria to return home. You're the mind we need, Doctor. #Quote by Deji Olukotun
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Bessie Head
#44. The contradictions were apparent to Makhaya, and perhaps there was no greater crime as yet than all the lies Western civilization had told in the name of Jesus Christ. It seemed to Makhaya far preferable for Africa if it did without Christianity and Christian double-talk, fat priests, golden images, and looked around at all the thin naked old men who sat under trees weaving baskets with shaking hands. People could do without religions and Gods who died for the sins of the world and thereby left men without any feeling of self-responsibility for the crimes they committed. This seemed to Makhaya the greatest irony of Christianity. It meant that a white man could forever go on slaughtering black men simply because Jesus Christ would save him from his sins. Africa could do without a religion like that. 135 #Quote by Bessie Head
Gallicchio Crime quotes by Ian McEwan
#45. All day we've witnessed each other's crimes. You killed no one today? But how many did you leave to die? #Quote by Ian McEwan
Gallicchio Crime quotes by George Savile
#46. Popularity is a crime from the moment it is sought; it is only a virtue where men have it whether they will or no. #Quote by George Savile

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