Welcome to our collection of Crime quotes! In this section, you will find a wide range of quotes that delve into the fascinating subject of crime and its various aspects. Crime has always been a compelling topic, capturing the attention and curiosity of people across different cultures and time periods.
Within these pages, you will encounter quotes that explore the motivations behind criminal behavior, the consequences of crime, and the strategies employed to combat it. From the perspectives of renowned authors, philosophers, criminologists, and even fictional characters, these quotes offer thought-provoking insights into the complex world of crime.
Whether you are interested in understanding the psychology of criminals, the societal impact of crime, or simply enjoy the thrill of a good crime story, our collection of quotes is sure to captivate and intrigue you. Insightful, thought-provoking, and at times even humorous, these quotes shed light on the different facets of crime, punishment, justice, and the human condition.
So, grab a cup of coffee or tea, and explore our collection of enlightening and captivating Crime quotes. Whether you are an avid crime enthusiast, a writer looking for inspiration, or someone simply seeking a deeper understanding of the world around us, we hope you find these quotes both entertaining and thought-provoking.
Clemenza's overriding responsibility is to his family. He takes a moment out of his routine madness to remember that he had promised his wife that he would bring dessert home. His instruction to his partner in crime is an entire moral manifesto in six little words: 'Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.
In everything I've written, the crime has always just been an occasion to write about other things. I don't have a picture of myself as writing crime novels. I like fairly strong narratives, but it's a way of getting a plot moving.
What did Doctor Doom really want? He wanted to rule the world. Now, think about this. You could walk across the street against a traffic light and get a summons for jaywalking, but you could walk up to a police officer and say "I want to rule the world," and there's nothing he can do about it, that is not a crime. Anybody can want to rule the world. So, even though he was the Fantastic Four's greatest menace, in my mind, he was never a criminal!
I like newspaper stories that are incomplete, that give me room to imagine the rest. It's no good to me reading about something that's all neatly solved and wrapped up. That's why so many of my stories revolve around human psychology, around why someone commits a certain crime, or series of crimes. I don't profess to know the answers but I like to explore the possibilities.