Example Question #1 : Political Crime And Terrorism
Which of the following is best defined as an act that is committed for ideological purposes that constitutes a threat against the state?
A criminal act that is committed for ideological purposes that constitutes a threat against the state is referred to as "political crime." These criminal acts may utilize victimless, property, cyber, organized, and other crimes; however, if they are committed with an ideological purpose against the state, then they are considered to be a political crime. Political crimes may also be defined as a criminal act by the state.