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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Crime and Punishment African Proverbs

Injustice, crime and punishment are a few of the massive human rights issues affecting billions of people around the world. When governments, companies and private industries are able make a profit off crime, is justice actually blind?

Crime and Punishment African Proverbs

Poverty is the companion of injustice.

Crime eats its own children.

A wise man can see more from the bottom of a well than a fool can from a mountaintop.

Crime and Punishment African Proverbs
Crime and Punishment African Proverbs

The greatest crime in a desert is to find water and keep silent about it.

Death is nothing and pain is nothing, but cowardice is crime and disgrace, the greatest punishment.

Shantytowns may generate crime, but mansions profit.

Like rotten mangoes, crime leaves a foul smell.

Corn can't expect justice from a court composed of chickens.

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