Various Crimes and Corresponding Laws § 2:

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     Select any of the following titles for full definitions, additional legal terms, specific laws against against them, and more:

i. Color of Law Crimes:

     Color of law crimes generally constitute crimes wherein government employees abuse their authority or deprive a person’s rights under “color” or *appearance* of law:

ii. Crimes Committed by Two or More Persons
(often applicable to color of law crimes):

conspiracy – two or more persons operating in tandem, directly or indirectly, to perform an criminal act using lawful means, or a lawful objective using criminal means. aka criminal conspiracy.

racketeering – a pattern of illegal activity (i.e. bribery, extortion, fraud, murder) carried out as part of an enterprise owned or controlled by the conspirators.

18 U.S.C. § 2 Aiding & Abettingknowingly & willingly assisting a crime.

iii. Additional Crimes:

election fraud and electioneering – includes sections on gerrymandering and lobbying.

environmental crimes – statutory offenses involving harm to air, water, or soil quality, or the harming of endangered species.

homicide – the killing of a human being by another, under any circumstances.

obstruction of justice – impeding or hindering the administration of justice in any way (i.e. fabricating or destroying evidence, witness-tampering, or threatening or intimidating a judge, bribing a juror). — aka obstructing justice; obstructing public justice; perverting the course of justice; interfering with the administration of justice; obstructing the administration of justice; obstructing the course of justice; defeating the due course of justice; defeating the ends of justice; attempting to pervert the course of justice.

fraud – a knowing misrepresentation or concealment of a material fact made to induce another to part with anything of value or surrender some legal right.  i.e. – election fraud.

theft – taking something to which one is not entitled, by whatever means (i.e. robbery, burglary, embezzlement, extortion, fraud).

unlawful detainer – the unjustifiable retention of the possession of real property by one whose original entry was lawful.

racketeering – a pattern of illegal activity (i.e. bribery, extortion, fraud, murder) carried out as part of an enterprise (i.e. crime syndicate) that is owned or controlled by the conspirators.

treason – attempting to overthrow one’s state or the United States, either by making or inciting war against the government or by materially supporting its enemies.

trespass – a misfeasance, transgression, or offense which damages another’s person, health, reputation, or property.

  • burglary – breaking and entering any building with the intent to commit a felony (i.e. larceny, murder).

subversion – the process of overthrowing, destroying, or corrupting the government, often by infiltrating the government to undermine domestic policy.

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