• a crime of passion
  • 情痴ざた;痴情による殺人
  • be steeped in crime
  • 悪に染まっている
  • A study of public housing in Cleveland found that criminals tend to live in areas of higher affluence and move into areas of lower affluence to commit crimes.
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  • According to Chris Cowley, Brady regrets Hindley's imprisonment and the consequences of their actions, but not necessarily the crimes themselves.
  • Wikipedia: Moors murders
  • After a period of good health, her condition again deteriorated, prompting students to resume recounting their past crimes.
  • Wikipedia: Ruth Norman
  • Although the figures are nowhere near the high-water mark set in 1990, the aberrations in the murder rate have been unsettling for many Bostonians and have prompted discussion over whether the Boston Police Department should reevaluate its approach to fighting crime.
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  • An expert photo analyst found no such marks visible in the highest-quality photo of the part of the crime scene where the body was found.
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  • As a hospital ship, the attack was a breach of the tenth section of the Hague Convention of 1907, and as such was a war crime.
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  • Bảo Đại sold the operating license of the national police to the Binh Xuyên, effectively putting administrative control of the police in the hands of a crime syndicate.
  • Wikipedia: State of Vietnam referendum, 1955
  • Critics felt the show was testing the attention span of its audience and felt that it was mistimed in the wake of the launch of the successful crime drama The Shield on FX.
  • Wikipedia: The Wire
  • Eck and two of his junior officers were executed by firing squad; he was the only U-boat commander of the war to be convicted of war crimes committed at sea.
  • Wikipedia: Melford Stevenson
  • El Hatillo's population is significantly lower than its sister municipalities; viewing 2003 crime data relative to 2001 census data, El Hatillo had an annual rate of 7.7 crimes for every one thousand citizens, while the average of the five Caracas municipalities was 19.4 for every one thousand citizens.
  • Wikipedia: El Hatillo Municipality, Venezuela
  • Evidence about the crimes was presented to the Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal on 2 January 1947.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Milne Bay
  • Evidence was presented that Tabak had then tried to conceal the crime by disposing of her body.
  • Wikipedia: Murder of Joanna Yeates
  • False suspicions and accusations of crime are frequent plot elements, as are betrayals and double-crosses.
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  • Gardner also argued that it was not justifiable to execute him after so much time had passed since the crime.
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  • He has spent a significant portion of his life traveling the world and acquiring the skills needed to aid in his crusade against crime.
  • Wikipedia: Batman
  • His ability to teleport explains how he committed the murders when historical records show him distant from the crime scenes.
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  • In 2007, there were 11 violent crimes in Sevier County, a county of 19,386 residents.
  • Wikipedia: Interstate 70 in Utah
  • In 2012, crime in the city was among the reasons for more expensive car insurance.
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  • In late 1953, the United States Senate Committee on Government Operations, led by Joseph McCarthy, conducted an investigation of up to 1,800 reported incidents of war crimes allegedly committed throughout the Korean War.
  • Wikipedia: Chaplain–Medic massacre