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Cirkel and I discussed various matters concerning Labor Day, labor unions and violence perpetrated by the state and other that wish to control you through various means, methods and modalities.
The following is a “definition” (or lack thereof) of what state crime is, which I personally found humorous in it’s lack of being able to be defined.
State Crime Law and Legal Definition
State crime means actions that break the state’s own criminal law or public international law. For example, genocide, war crimes, torture, and corruption are state crimes. Since the study of state crime includes the study of the role of organizations in committing, perpetrating or condoning crime, it is very difficult to give a purely legalistic definition of state crime. Therefore, state crime is not recognized by popular and academic authors.