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English sentences with atrocious crime in context,

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What sort of atrocious crime has /r/ukonfire commited?
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People who commit atrocious crimes don't stop to think about the consequences of being caught, because there is something medically wrong with them — or they do, but there is something medically wrong with them so they disregard the consequences.
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I feel safer now that those cars on my street, originally parked for free holiday parking, have to pay for that atrocious crime.
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this country tortures people but they don't care and wave their patriotic flags despite mountless evidence of atrocious crimes and call it best in the world.
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No need to condemn well intentioned peoples because the world has fucking lunatics whom are hellbent on committing atrocious crimes.
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Sure, in enjoying killing people who have committed atrocious crimes against the innocent I provide a service and motivation (self) in maintaining the protection of the "herd" and its standards of justice and protection which are fair and just and based on objective merit.
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Yes, because guns were used to commit such an atrocious crime and therefore the ethics of unregulated firearm ownership is extremely relevant.
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As if, somehow, it's a more atrocious crime to harm a woman than a man, even if both are completely innocent (nevermind that one of the terrorists seems to be a woman also).
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Pal, I get that you made a meme to try to clear things up for your people or whatever, but they've continuously caused wars and committed atrocious crimes.
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Yet, Muhammad not only foretold of the atrocious crimes these pig-head assholes would cause but demanded that Muslims take it upon themselves to fight and kill off these kharijites that do nothing but kill innocent people.
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Have any muslims ever taken responsibility for their atrocious crimes?
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And more than half of the 22 states that recognized this as genocide have commited far more atrocious crimes themselves and doesn't give two shits about it.
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It was only after people started learning of the truly atrocious crimes of the Nazi extremists that the truth was realized: If the moderates had done something to oppose their extremists, millions could have been saved.
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I do agree this is an atrocious crime and agree it did happen but because certain idiots choose to say their Muslim and commit crime does not mean its okay nor is OK to associate it with Islam just because.
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In WW2, any of the atrocious crimes done to P.O.W on the eastern front.
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such a shame they thought committing these atrocious crimes would be do anything but promote more satire at their expense.
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The Han of China while conquering their neighbour states, for instance Yunnan, committed atrocious crimes like mass rape, torture, genocide and the expelling of the conquered peoples.
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And my dear friend, you forget one thing: Castro committed atrocious crimes against humanity.
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Not every murderer or person who commits atrocious crimes is a psychopath.
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When freedom it's abused to justify genocides and ethnic cleansing in the name of God then it isn't freedom anymore, it's unconditional hate who push people to commit atrocious crimes and must be sanctioned.
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I agree there are a lot of injustices around the world especially in third world countries and the most atrocious crimes are the ones committed because of racism and sexism.
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So if today you committed some atrocious crime, does this have some impact on how we should evaluate you morally last year?
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Recklessly hurting a woman shouldn't be seen as a more atrocious crime than recklessly hurting a man.
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What's wrong with the article is Bernstein's total dismissal of Greenwald's point that Israel is committing atrocious crimes, partly in the name of a religious belief that Israel belongs to the Jews.
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We have 12 people shot after the publication of some cartoons and one of the first things you have to add to the conversation involves the "atrocious crimes" being committed by Jews.
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If I witnessed an atrocious crime on campus should I dial 911(or the number for Penn State police) immediately or should I wait a day and then dial Stephen G. Shelow's office?
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But also the most atrocious crimes against people can be accepted if nobody does nothing.
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So again it wasn't a situation where the citizens of the country believed in what the Nazi's were doing (the truly atrocious crimes, not antisemitism as that was viewed differently back then).
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...because in the past people have never admitted to atrocious crimes they didn't commit have they?
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Like basically if you're just lining up people who committed atrocious crimes, and admit guilt, I'll deca their capas.
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The key criteria here is between killing someone innocent, and killing someone who is guilty of some atrocious crime.
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They came from places with atrocious crime, and often they were criminals, and they probably heard about Americas drug and gang problems and thought they could make a better living doing that in America.
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of course it was something absolutely horrible and nothing can ever make it better but I don't know why I don't feel the empathy that you guys do is it possible that one can lose such faith in humanity that even the most atrocious of crimes doesn't shock you?
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Perhaps the most atrocious war crimes were happening even the Germans were surprised what they were doing.
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The Soviets, to cover up their atrocious war crimes, created the 'holocaust' propaganda we know today.
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Japan committed atrocious war crimes during WWII and still do not formally recognize it nor do they teach it in its schools.
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Nazis: Killed millions of Jews in WW2 and committed some of the most atrocious war crimes imaginable.
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What these men did was truly atrocious, but if you make this a crime worthy of the death penalty, then you introduce perverse incentives.
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you claimed there are no violent atrocities committed in the name of the christian god (or at least no crimes as atrocious as, say, the charlie hebdo crime).
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Crime rate is atrocious, it's ugly, and Pueblo West is just brimming with sex offenders.
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Which is atrocious but with situations like Charlie hebdo the situation escalates and the higher crime rates these minorities have will be further linked to Islam instead of them being a lower class.
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On a wider scale, white men have been peacefully taken in while armed to the teeth after having committed atrocious acts of violence, while black men have been shot while unarmed and acting peacefully having committed no crime.
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You can't hide Israel's crimes forever; the truth is being shown, and more people are waking up to the reality of Israel's atrocious actions and inhumane policies.
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I mean, when some trans people were arrested for the sole crime of being trans people, the amount of hate directed towards members of the transgender community and people who are non gender binary in general was atrocious.
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Nah a crime is committed when someone breaks the law.
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Some crimes are stupid and victimless.
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Drinking and driving is a victimless crime right up to the point that a drunk driver hits a pedestrian or another car.
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But is the crime committed in the US, or in the other nation?
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If I was on one side of the Canadian border, and I shoot and kill a guy on the other side, which nation does the crime happen in?
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The caller said zero details about the crime other than what was reported.
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