corruptionist


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cor·rup·tion·ist

 (kə-rŭp′shə-nĭst)
n.
One who defends or practices corruption, particularly in politics.

corruptionist

a person who practices or advocates corruption, especially in politics or public life.
See also: Crime, Politics
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There are several views that count as hylemorphic, and these views can be grouped into two main families--the corruptionist view, and the survivalist view.
We support criminal investigative services in the country, as it is vital to fight corruption, to fight corruptionists, but it is also crucial to deal with banditry, with those who rob people, those who can kill and maim.