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Organized Crime vs Unorganized Crime
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Which do you think the world is better off having since there is no way of getting rid of it?
Please be openminded and try to think of bothsides of the arguement.
Organized Crime
 
58.3%, 7 votes
Unorganized Crime
 
25.0%, 3 votes
Tie
 
16.7%, 2 votes
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Posted on 01-12-05 08:10 PM cheesemac is Offline     Post: 98 words - (ID: 8560) - Post Rating: 0 - Report Abuse | Link
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I would choose organized crime because they were not really after american citizens. The only people they really ever attacked are Cops and the locations of the crime like the bank they did not really kill a s*** load of people on the streets randomly. i have more respect for organized crime then unorganized. Dont get me wrong unorganized crime is not as much of a threat as organized when it comes to getting them busted, but its not as safe on the streets with unorganized crime compared to organized crime.

Sorry about the topic title spelling error!!!
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unorganized is usually just hoodlums and teenagers

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I corrected the spelling error for you. Really both have drawbacks and advantages.

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Crime is Crime. Theres no difference in it, so then they're equal..or thats at least what i think...

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Originally posted by Mike
Crime is Crime. Theres no difference in it, so then they're equal..or thats at least what i think...

I suppose then flying a plane into a building is the same as spray painting your name on the street?

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yeah, I see organized crime as being worse.... overall...

both are bad, in their own ways... however i think organized crime is worse because it is organized.... there is premeditation in it

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Thats what I am saying, un-organized crime is far better!

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Unorganized crime, less threat, stupid, easy to catch.
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I don't think terrorism should be counted as organized crime, or unorganized in case anyone thinks I meant to imply that. There's just something different about it and it. I think that the world would be better with only Unorganized crime. If you ask me, I'd say that unorganized crimes are influenced by organized crime organizations or groups or whatever. Without the organized aspect the unorganized wouldn't be "inspired" or whatever and plus, unorganized crimes are far easier to solve.

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Originally posted by Quiet Chaos
I don't think terrorism should be counted as organized crime

Why not?

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Terrorism isn't allways an organized event. The Oklahoma City bombing is proof of that.

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Originally posted by Jin
Terrorism isn't allways an organized event. The Oklahoma City bombing is proof of that.

Hold-up. Yes the Oklahoma City bombing was organized. Lots of thought and planning went into that. And i was also more referring to the sensless murder of people on the subway, and innocent people at work.

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The Oklahoma City bombing was brought out by two people.

Most bank hold ups have more people involved in them than that.

And what about Eric Robert Rudolph? He acted alone.

If the only terrorists in the world were apart of Al Queda, Sure It'd be an organized crime. But terrorism isn't allways a group of organized people.

While 'organized' has many meanings, I see Organized Crime as an Orginzation of people devoted to crimes of different fashions.

And the dictionary has a special listing just for Organized Crime apart from the term Organized.

organized crime
n.

1. Widespread criminal activities, such as prostitution, interstate theft, or illegal gambling, that occur within a centrally controlled formal structure.
2. The people and the groups involved in such criminal activities.


I don't see how terrorism allways falls into that.

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That definition sounds and awful lot like al-quida to me!

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Which is ONE terrorist organization. There are several more acts of terrorism which act alone.

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Originally posted by Jin
Which is ONE terrorist organization. There are several more acts of terrorism which act alone.


terrorism=crime... shocker

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Of course terrorism is a crime. But not all terrorism is organized crime. Thus it doesn't fit the description.

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Yea, cause what about the random bus bombers, those are acts of terrorism and sure arent organized...
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There's a difference between an organized act of violence.

Read: Thought out, pre planned etc.

And Organized crime.

Read:


1. Widespread criminal activities, such as prostitution, interstate theft, or illegal gambling, that occur within a centrally controlled formal structure.
2. The people and the groups involved in such criminal activities.

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Its not limited those crimes. And a lot of that crap is planned, more then not.

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