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If Creon is being charged with crimes, what might be a crime with which he could be charged?

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Perhaps, Creon could be charged with a count of depraved indifference.  In this crime, the accused's activity has to possess a level of moral deficiency that is so apparent that the law has to speak for such silence.  Creon could be charged with a depraved indifference count in so far as he could have sensed that his actions could have been...

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