On Saturday I was reminded of the words of Clarence Darrow:
"I have never killed anyone but I have read some obituaries with great satisfaction."
Darrow expressed this sentiment in several different quotes at different times, and I have heard it wrongly attributed to Mark Twain, but this quote is from Darrow's Memoir which was published in 1932.
After I posted the Darrow quote on Facebook, a Facebook friend scolded me by writing "de mortuis nil nisi bonum" which translated from Latin means "of the dead say nothing but good". I was impressed he knew the Latin.