notorious criminal

See: outlaw
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I incline as little to the sickly feeling which makes every canting lie or maudlin speech of a notorious criminal a subject of newspaper report and general sympathy, as I do to those good old customs of the good old times which made England, even so recently as in the reign of the Third King George, in respect of her criminal code and her prison regulations, one of the most bloody-minded and barbarous countries on the earth.
Was it possible that this stolidly respectable person was of the same blood as one of the most notorious criminals in the country?
05pm) JAMES MCAVOY stars as an inexperienced yet ambitious detective, who attempts to singlehandedly take down a notorious criminal played by Mark Strong.
An encounter ensused, as a result notorious criminal, Asif Shahani was killed.
e this PS300m the vast fortune notorious criminal John Palmer was estimated to have amassed In No arrests have been made.
They also include notorious criminal Redha Al Ghasra, who has been sentenced to a total of 105 years in prison for terror-related charges.
This was an absurd lawsuit from the very beginning and we're gratified that in the end, a notorious criminal didn't win,'' said former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who was part of the legal team that represented Activision in court earlier this month.
by Pajhwok Report on 15 September, 2014 - 18:48 KABUL (Pajhwok): The Afghan spy service on Monday claimed arresting a notorious criminal Raees Khudadad accused of numerous murders, kidnappings and robberies, ending a decade long international manhunt.
The actor, who endured a punishing exercise regime to get in shape, plays Australia's most notorious criminal Brendan Lynch, who looks after new inmate JR.
Following the death of his mother, the 17-year-old son (James Frecheville) of a notorious criminal family attempts to steer clear of his clan's dealings, and also receives help from a police detective (Guy Pearce).
Dubai: Inmates at Dubai Central Jail will not see their prison time extended due to the death of a notorious criminal.
All Against The Law: The Criminal Activities of the Depression Era Bank Robbers, Mafia, FBI, Politicians, & Cops chronicles some of the most notorious criminal activity in America during the Great Depression.