- n. Plural form of criminal.
“I was starting to worry that my dumb little scheme hadn't just been hijacked by criminals -- it had been hijacked by _insane _criminals.”
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“Haven't you ever wondered why so many criminals, _guilty _criminals, actually turn themselves in after the police have identified them publicly as suspects?”
“I use the term criminals because whether or not rape was committed what was done to everyone listed and everyone involved in the fore mentioned is a crime.”
“Late last month, Mr. Maliki's security forces initiated a series of crackdowns on what they described as criminals and rogue militias across Shiite-controlled swaths of the country.”
“What helps the criminals is the fact that few are interested in prosecution once a victim is released, the police officer says.”
“Our first indications today came from Iraq's Foreign Minister Hoshiyar Zebari, who's in Istanbul, and he was saying -- suggesting that the date could be brought forward as a challenge to what he described as criminals, as Saddamists and insurgents, those antidemocratic forces trying to disrupt the handover.”
“The Algerian army was merely helping to fight what he described as criminals hiding in bushes.”
“Better known as electronic tagging, the system allows some short term criminals to be released from prison early with certain conditions attached.”
““The advantage of repetitive behavior in criminals is that each time law enforcement learns a little bit more, more people know about it and then you increase your odds of people calling and telling you, ‘I’ve got a neighbor who’s been acting strange, he lost his son in the war’ -- whatever it might be, and you follow up and you end up finding this person.””
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