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Excellent question krayola....
Divine vengeance is the main essence of the uncanny classic, "The Case for the Defence", by Graham Greene.
Initially, in the story, Greene presents forth that at least one of the Adams are certainly the murderers. This can be understood clearly by the number of evidences (witnesses), and the manner of writing of Greene. The scene yet plays loopholes and ultimately both the Adams escape without any of them held guilty. This is certainly against the “DIVINE JUSTICE”. It is obvious that when things get beyond the hands of we mortals, the spiritual Lord does justice. After the twins escape human justice, one of them ends up being killed by a bus. This is not elaborate to any great extent as it gives the story a sinister appeal. Hence, to answer your question, this is a clear cut example of divine vengeance.
Hope sum of it is applied to our politicians :)
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