Complicity is the quality of accomplice . This term, which comes from Latin complex, refers to who expresses or feels solidarity or camaraderie To another person. For example: "When he finished speaking, he looked around for an accomplice look", "Both have great complicity since they share the same kind of humor", “A couple should never lose complicity”.
Complicity is an essential part of a friendship; It is a nuance of the union between two living beings that implies a deep knowledge of the other, of their needs, their tastes, their weaknesses and their strengths. Being an accomplice of someone, within the context of relationships, means being together physically and mentally, understanding and completing each other.
For him right , an accomplice is a person who participates or is associated in a crime, without having been the direct author of it. This means that the accomplice cooperates with the criminal execution with previous or simultaneous acts : "The killer has already been arrested, but now we are looking for the accomplices", "The researchers believe that a robbery of this magnitude could not be carried out without the participation of several accomplices", "Juarez said he acted without any complicity on the part of the Police".
The legal figure of the accomplice is present in all legal systems, although with different nuances and treatments, since different forms of complicity can be distinguished.
He necessary cooperator it is the accomplice who performs an essential act for the execution of the crime (that is, without the cooperation of the accomplice, the crime could not have been carried out). A thief, to enter to steal an address, needs the owner of the house to go outside; for that he has an accomplice who rings the bell and cheats him by posing as a worker at the company electric In this case, the accomplice is the necessary cooperator (without his action, the person would not have left his home and the crime would not have been committed).
He accomplice proper On the other hand, it is the one that cooperates but is not necessary for the crime to take shape. This figure comes up many times for a combination of needs: there is the leader, who to be requires a series of subjects to guide, on which to impose his mandate; and, on the other hand, there are those who seek the guidance of a safer, more determined individual than themselves, to know clearly the path they have to travel and not have to trace it themselves.
In this context, complicity has many shades of submission, of delivery, since there is a stronger figure, which prevails and that marks the behavior that others must have or the plan they must execute. It is an agreement, implicit or not, that gives a person the power to decide for others and ensures that their ideas will be respected. In a relationship of this kind, accomplices do not always receive a space to express their feelings and opinions; although many times they themselves choose not to have him.
As in the complicity of a friendship, in this case a high degree of fidelity, a promise to be together in good times and bad times. Although one of the parties seems to be at a disadvantage, it is necessary to remember that the accomplice of a criminal occupies that role for reasons that only he can understand, for emotional issues that lead him to prefer to stay in the background, under the shadow of another person .