• be racked [consumed, overwhelmed] with guilt
  • 罪の意識にさいなまれる
  • After being told an admission of guilt would allow his participation in the 1958 World Cup, Streltsov confessed to the crime, despite inconclusive evidence against him.
  • Wikipedia: Eduard Streltsov
  • Ashley's guilt over their deaths was manipulated by the VKP to turn Ashley into a loyal Riskbreaker.
  • Wikipedia: Vagrant Story
  • Depressed people may be preoccupied with, or ruminate over, thoughts and feelings of worthlessness, inappropriate guilt or regret, helplessness, hopelessness, and self-hatred.
  • Wikipedia: Major depressive disorder
  • Due to public pressure, the United States Navy reconvened the courts-martial board in 1945; the court affirmed the guilt of the convicted men.
  • Wikipedia: Port Chicago disaster
  • Foraker was initially convinced of the guilt of the men, but reconsidered after evidence obtained in a private investigation by progressive organizations was presented to him (the attorney presenting it, an African American, was denied an audience with Roosevelt).
  • Wikipedia: Joseph B. Foraker
  • He admitted to friends that he never fully recovered from the event, and described painting the triptych as an exorcism of his feelings of loss and guilt.
  • Wikipedia: Triptych, May–June 1973
  • He pleaded not guilty, despite his apparent acceptance of guilt from the moment he was captured.
  • Wikipedia: Guy Fawkes
  • Her guilt and regret are evident in her suicide, and in the clues that surface in the first portion of the film.
  • Wikipedia: Mulholland Drive (film)
  • I am writing this letter to express even more completely my gratitude to you for coming to my home so many years ago, and to ask you to let go of any feelings of guilt or pain you still have over what happened between you and my father at Attu.
  • Wikipedia: Paul Nobuo Tatsuguchi
  • If the defendant were taken in the mainour (that is, in the act of committing his crime), if he attempted to escape from prison, or if there was such strong evidence of guilt that there could be no effective denial, the defendant could not challenge.
  • Wikipedia: Ashford v Thornton
  • In a confession to Father Ralph, Father John expresses guilt he did not absolve Linda before her confession abruptly ended.
  • Wikipedia: Into Temptation (film)
  • In November 1583, after six months of surveillance, Walsingham had Throckmorton arrested, and then tortured to secure a confession—an admission of guilt that clearly implicated Mendoza.
  • Wikipedia: Francis Walsingham
  • In this perspective, feminist memorializing is considered socially divisive on the basis of gender and therefore harmful by bestowing guilt on all men, irrespective of individual propensity to violence against women.
  • Wikipedia: École Polytechnique massacre
  • Individuals found to have not inherited the disorder may experience survivor guilt with regard to family members who are affected.
  • Wikipedia: Huntington's disease
  • Influenced by Ovid's Metamorphoses, the poems show the guilt and moral confusion that result from uncontrolled lust.
  • Wikipedia: William Shakespeare
  • It does not contain the sexual guilt inherent in Richard Wagner's Tristan und Isolde because Messiaen believed that sexual love is a divine gift.
  • Wikipedia: Olivier Messiaen
  • Jeffreys browbeat witnesses and juries, cursing his victims, gloating over them and giving guilt the benefit of every doubt except where a substantial bribe had been paid.
  • Wikipedia: James II of England
  • Kesselring declined the offer on the grounds that he felt it would be seen as a confession of guilt.
  • Wikipedia: Albert Kesselring
  • Labor unions, politicians, advocates, educators, the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, and human rights advocacy organizations such as Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International have expressed concern about the impartiality of the trial of Abu-Jamal, though Amnesty International neither takes a position on the guilt or innocence of Abu-Jamal nor classifies him as a political prisoner.
  • Wikipedia: Mumia Abu-Jamal
  • On August 14, 2009 Brown entered a Kennedy plea, meaning he did not admit guilt but did not contest that prosecutors had evidence to prove his guilt, and was convicted on a felony charge of attempting to commit kidnapping and a misdemeanor petty larceny charge in Cabell County, West Virginia Circuit Court.
  • Wikipedia: Michael Brown Okinawa assault incident
  • Pope Clement called for papal hearings to determine the Templars' guilt or innocence, and once freed of the Inquisitors' torture, many Templars recanted their confessions.
  • Wikipedia: Knights Templar
  • She believed that this refusal was a factor that had led to Heseltine's suicide, and thereafter carried a burden of guilt.
  • Wikipedia: Peter Warlock
  • She reacted by expelling the foreigners from the island and subjecting all the implicated Merina officers to the tangena ordeal in which they were forced to swallow a poison to determine their guilt or innocence.
  • Wikipedia: Rainilaiarivony