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Deviance "This Web Site associates deviance and victimless crime. The author questions why some action may be considered a crime in one country and not in another. He believes consensual deviance and victimless crime is situational. He also believes that just because something is illegal, that doesn't necessarily mean it's wrong."
FREE MARKET "This is a web site that gives you names of authors, email addresses, and additional web sites on the topics of sex, gambling, and consensual crimes. Information is categorized by geographical locations."
FREEDOM'S FOLLIES "This is a book based on a single idea: You should be allowed to do whatever you want with your own person and property as long as you do not physically harm the person or property of a nonconsenting other. It goes on to give statistics and opinions about victimless crimes."
Sodomy Laws & Gays "This web site argues the laws regarding sodomy between consenting homosexual adults. Also discusses the recent statement by the United Nations Human Rights Committee declaring Tasmania's anti-sodomy laws to be unlawful."
Victimless Crime in America He is a doctor from the University of Nevada and an expert in the area of victimless crime. He has published a variety of articles concerning victimless crime in America. He believes that understanding of human behavior lies in considering all perspectives such as behavioral genetics and biochemisty through sociology, political science and economics.
Victimless Crime Page This Web Site defines what a victimless crime is and gives many examples of what constitutes a victimless crime. It goes on to explain how the government can get away with passing many of these laws by using the excuse that they are just trying to protect the public-that they are only trying to do what's best for the people. Trying to enforce these laws is putting our nation more in debt, sending more people to prison, destroying many lives, and trapping many innocent people.
Victimless Crime "In this Web Site the people advocate the repeal of all laws prohibiting the production, sale, possession, or use of drugs. There are a number of victimless crime laws they repeal. They go on to say that the Federal Government often blackmails states that do not comply with these laws by withholding funds."