An innocent man is now imprisoned, charged with that crime of which you can point out the perpetrator
Such sympathy as I have would certainly be with those who are attempting to bring to justice the perpetrator
of such unmentionable crimes.
So perfect was the organisation of the society, and so systematic its methods, that there is hardly a case upon record where any man succeeded in braving it with impunity, or in which any of its outrages were traced home to the perpetrators
Yet I knew there must be another and a subtler one, to account not only for the magnitude of the crime, but for the pains which the actual perpetrators
had taken to conceal the fact of their survival, and for the union of so diverse a trinity as Senhor Santos, Captain Harris, and the young squire.
Nor did he require the evidence of the broken German rifle in the outer room, or the torn and blood-stained service cap upon the floor, to tell him who had been the perpetrators of this horrid and useless crime.
At one side of the house Tarzan found other newly made graves and in these he sought final evidence of the identity of the real perpetrators of the atrocities that had been committed there in his absence.
Norman of Torn made no reply, his thoughts were in wild confusion, and it was with difficulty that he hid the fierce anxiety of his heart or his rage against the perpetrators
of this dastardly act which tore his whole being.
There were reports of numerous wireless stations that had been blown up, with heavy rewards offered for the detection of the perpetrators
It was believed that the perpetrators
were instigated to this act by some indiscreet laws issued by her majesty.
A small catalogue of evils, even if the perpetrators
of them are few in number.
Numerous offences had been committed in the neighbourhood; the perpetrators
remained undiscovered, and their boldness increased.
This functionary, being, of course, well used to such scenes; looking upon all kinds of robbery, from petty larceny up to housebreaking or ventures on the highway, as matters in the regular course of business; and regarding the perpetrators
in the light of so many customers coming to be served at the wholesale and retail shop of criminal law where he stood behind the counter; received Mr Brass's statement of facts with about as much interest and surprise, as an undertaker might evince if required to listen to a circumstantial account of the last illness of a person whom he was called in to wait upon professionally; and took Kit into custody with a decent indifference.