An individual steals a soda from the local convenience store. He explains to his son that his actions are victimless. Is he correct?
There is no such thing as a victimless theft. If there were, this would not be an example of such a theft.
First of all, local convenience stores are not huge companies that can easily withstand losses. They are typically owned by the person operating them. They may be franchises of a bigger chain, but they are owned and operated by local people. This means that they are not...
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