Definition of Crime

Except as enumerated in this document, all crimes involve a victim other than the perpetrator.   A fully consenting adult can not be construed to be a victim.   Furthermore, to be construed as a victim, an individual must have suffered the involuntary abridgement of one or more of the rights or privileges enumerated specifically or generally in this document.   Any such abridgement is a crime, and if proved in court, the perpetrator must be penalized with punitive labor, incarceration, or both, as specified in law.

A crime, as described in law, involves exactly one perpetrator over exactly one uninterrupted interval.   Biological crimes involve exactly one victim, who is an individual person.

Verbalizations, gesticulations, and other such actions of a purely communicative nature, cannot by themselves be construed to comprise a crime, provided they do not violate § Criminal Incitement Prohibition, § False Incitement Prohibition, § Libel, § Right to Secrecy, § State Secrets, or § Radio Broadcast.



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