The poor are unsuccessful criminals, the rich are successful criminals. Therefore, we don't see or hear of the rich criminals.
I would say that we do hear of the rich criminals...they are the ones who make the news. We just consider poor people as more of the criminals because it's a stereotype. The rich commit crimes to make more money, the poor commit crimes to live.
Great question. I would say that the poor group has more criminals because poor criminals are more likely to not have the money or support to get out of legal repercussions or avoid them altogether. Poor criminals are likely to be high school drop outs without enough of an education to keep them on the straight and narrow. Poor criminals do seem to get into trouble more often because they have to do many things to get small amounts of money from each scheme. Rich criminals make each scheme well worth it financially and could possibly hide some of the take in case they get sent away to prison.
Everyone that is in power and "rich" is a criminal, you don't get that kind of wealth and power being a pushover and "nice"
by Sally Gulbrandsen 5 years ago
Honest and poor or dishonest and rich?
by alexandriaruthk 4 years ago
How can we close the income gap between the rich and the poor?Increasing the minimum wage, any suggestion?
by rhetz 7 years ago
Why is it the rich getting richer and the poor getting poor and have nothing at all???
by Goodpal 4 months ago
Are the poor useful for the society in any way?Is it that Poverty and the Poor are mere burden on the society? Do they serve any meaningful purpose?
by an_tt5292 7 years ago
who can say ...........why am I poor? I want to have something as money, job..and care.........
by Grace Marguerite Williams 7 months ago
Why do some people detest socioeconomic wealth so much, even contending that suchwealth is abhorrent? Why is socioeconomic wealth so demonized? Is this demonization of socioeconomic wealth have a basis in envy?
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