'Ill-gotten' in the Bible
The poor will oppress his children, and his hands will give back his [ill-gotten] wealth.
He has swallowed down [his ill-gotten] riches, and he shall vomit them up again; God will cast them out of his belly.
He shall suck the poison of asps [which ill-gotten wealth contains]; the viper's tongue shall slay him.
He gives back the ill-gotten gain without assimilating it; he will not enjoy the wealth from his commerce.
Nothing good comes from ill-gotten wealth, but righteousness delivers from death.
A tyrannical ruler lacks judgment. One who hates ill-gotten gain will have long days.
The person who gathers wealth by unjust means is like the partridge that broods over eggs but does not hatch them. Before his life is half over he will lose his ill-gotten gains. At the end of his life it will be clear he was a fool."
And look! I strike my hand for your ill-gotten gain that you [have] made and at your blood that was in the midst of you.
Then they come to you as a group, sit down right in front of you as if they were my people, hear your words and then they don't do what you say because they're seeking only their own desires, they pursue ill-gotten profits, and they keep following their own self-interests.
Woe to him that covets ill-gotten gain by violence for his house that he may set his nest on high, that he may escape from the power of evil!