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some enterprise of a private nature, and who afterwards
actually execute the same in a violent and turbulent man-
ner, to the terror of the people, whether the act intended
was of itself lawful or unlawful. Rioters have no concern
as to whether the contemplated action is lawful. They are
determined to act against anyone who may oppose them, to
win their point by force.
28. RIOT LEADERSHIP. As in the case of a mob, lead-
ers of a riot will ordinarily be found within the group, direct-
ing the movement. Subordinate leaders circulate freely
through the assemblage, encouraging acts of violence.
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