The relationship between the ways in which Canadian and U.S. common law and classical Roman law treat blackmail, as d...

Mazen on December 14 at 08:52PM

lines 7, 8, and 9

"If I threaten to expose a criminal act or embarrassing private information unless I am paid money, I have committed blackmail." Am I mistaken that "unless" should be replaced with "if." Or, we should negate the unless-part for it to make sense that a crime has been committed: "...unless I am NOT paid money, I have committed crime." Please tell me if I am wrong?

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Mazen on December 14 at 09:25PM

please ignore the above post. I figured it out.

thank you