Injustice

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Injustice is a the unfairness of some outcomes. The term may be applied to certain event or situation, or to a larger status quo. It can be seen as the opposite of justice or someone not getting it.[1] The sense of injustice is a universal human feature. It can be seen as an abuse of the justice systems.

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  1. McCoubrey, Hilaire and White, Nigel D. Textbook on Jurisprudence. Second Edition. Blackstone Press Limited. 1996. ISBN 1-85431-582-X. Page 276.