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How would you feel if you met a criminal with a huge bounty but there was nothing criminal about him?

He's actually a hero. Who travels the sea helping people, saving lives, and freeing people from the rain of tyrants. He's only a criminal because he calls himself that and he does the police's jobs better than them so they label him as a criminal too.

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  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    I mean he technically is doing something wrong I'm pretty sure that he has stolen things cuz he is a pirate.

    But other than that perfectly fine

  • 1 month ago

    rain, lol.

    He is a walking hazard to all, I would stay away.

  • 1 month ago

    He is a criminal because he has acted in a criminal manor, as decided by the ruling powers of his world. He went total antifa on more than one government building, causing millions in damage. He calls himself a pirate since he is one, in many ways, and is willing to help those who ask or are in need, since he does have some good moral character. He is greedy, gluttonous, selfish, has little to no self constraint and is not smart enough to know what a pirate truly is, however, and causes a great deal of harm as well.

    By the way, You meant to say reign, being the dominion, sway, or influence of one resembling a monarch.

    To answer the question, In this situation, the the cops deal with it.

  • ?
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    So, kinda like a one-person A-Team?

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  • 1 month ago

    Somethings aren't worth money, I'd treat him to a drink and meal and let be him on his way.

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