Some articles on victims, victim:
... Victims apparently remain motionless while on fire, even though they are alive when it starts ... alight to remain motionless, yet all alleged SHC victims seem to have gone to their deaths peacefully, without struggle ... Victims also show no sign of awareness while alight ...
... consistent in the manner in which he murdered his victims and disposed of their remains ... only 5'5" tall, being of slight build and typically preferring victims of greater stature than himself, Kearney was forced to resort to a system of ... Kearney was not known to resort to sadism or inflict pain on his victims in the same way that the other "Freeway Killers" did, preferring quickness and efficiency ...
... For example, victim blaming, inappropriate post-assault behaviour or language by medical personnel or other organisations with which the victim has contact may further add ... Victims may also experience secondary victimisation by justice system personnel upon entering the criminal justice system ... Victims will lose time, suffer reductions in income, often be ignored by bailiffs and other courthouse staff and will remain uninformed about updates in the case such as hearing postponements, to the ...
... The precise number of victims is not known ... According to Roger Dupuy, there were between 7 and 11 drowning executions, with 300 to 400 victims each time ... According Reynald Secher, 4,800 victims suffered execution by drowning just during the fall 1793 ...
Famous quotes containing the word victims:
“I dont see black people as victims even though we are exploited. Victims are flat, one- dimensional characters, someone rolled over by a steamroller so you have a cardboard person. We are far more resilient and more rounded than that. I will go on showing theres more to us than our being victimized. Victims are dead.”
—Kristin Hunter (b. 1931)
“Alas! regardless of their doom,
The little victims play!
No sense have they of ills to come
Nor care beyond today.”
—Thomas Gray (17161771)
“Whether in the field of health, education or welfare, I have put my emphasis on preventive rather than curative programs and tried to influence our elaborate, costly and ill- co-ordinated welfare organizations in that direction. Unfortunately the momentum of social work is still directed toward compensating the victims of our society for its injustices rather than eliminating those injustices.”
—Agnes E. Meyer (18871970)