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  • worthy
  • In a plot worthy of a crime blockbuster, Gustl Mollath, 56, was submitted to the secure unit of a psychiatric hospital seven years ago after court experts diagnosed him with paranoid personality disorder following his claims that staff at the Hypo Vereinsbank (HVB) - including his wife, then an assets consultant at HVB - had been illegally smuggling large sums of money into Switzerland. (thoughtcrimeradio.net)
  • the ones ZOG would love to declare it a crime worthy of the death penalty to contradict. (blogspot.com)
  • Yes, niggers in Africa and everywhere else are depraved and dangerous monkey-molesting beasts, but the mere fact that ZOG and the Corporate Jewsmedia endorse the crackpot coincidence theory of monkey-molesting niggers causing AIDS makes that explanation worthy of suspicion of being another crackpot coincidence theory concocted by ZOG to conceal its crimes. (blogspot.com)
  • commit
  • In my opening article, I explain that a growing body of academic literature discusses the problem of wrongful convictions-i.e., convictions of factually innocent defendants for crimes they did not commit. (reason.com)
  • This study offers the first evidence that brain scans might be used to predict who will commit a crime . (psychologytoday.com)
  • Activity in a region called the anterior cingulate cortex helped determine not only which prisoner's were most likely to commit a crime upon release from prison, but also how long it would take before the prisoner's broke the law. (psychologytoday.com)
  • He found that the prisoners with the least activation in the anterior cingulate cortex during the task were most likely to commit a crime in the three years after being released. (psychologytoday.com)
  • drug
  • The Pennsylvania Legislature is advancing a bill , pushed by state prosecutors, to restore mandatory-minimum sentences for drug crimes. (reason.com)
  • person
  • This occurs when a law enforcement agency seizes the assets - including real estate, cars, cash, and other valuables - from private citizens based merely on the suspicion that the person has committed a crime with the assets in question. (thoughtcrimeradio.net)
  • Further, the level of brain activation predicted how long it would take before the person committed the crime. (psychologytoday.com)
  • future
  • Based on this information, the authors concluded that brain activation in the anterior cingulate cortex may forecast an individual's likelihood of committing a crime in the future. (psychologytoday.com)