"Going Postal" by Terry Pratchett, said by a golem to a fraud and confidence trickster Moist Von Lipwig who prides himself on never using violence to perpetrate his crimes.
“Do you understand what I'm saying?" shouted Moist. "You can't just go
around killing people!"
"Why Not? You Do." The golem lowered his arm.
"What?" snapped Moist. "I do not! Who told you that?"
"I Worked It Out. You Have Killed Two Point Three Three Eight People," said the
"I have never laid a finger on anyone in my life, Mr Pump. I may be–– all the things you know I am, but I am not a killer! I have never so much as drawn a sword!"
"No, You Have Not. But You
Have Stolen, Embezzled, Defrauded And Swindled Without Discrimination,
Mr Lipvig. You Have Ruined Businesses And Destroyed Jobs. When Banks
Fail, It Is Seldom Bankers Who Starve. Your Actions Have Taken Money
From Those Who Had Little Enough To Begin With. In A Myriad Small Ways
You Have Hastened The Deaths Of Many. You Do Not Know Them. You Did
Not See Them Bleed. But You Snatched Bread From Their Mouths And Tore
Clothes From Their Backs. For Sport, Mr Lipvig. For Sport. For The Joy
Of The Game.”
Later made into mini-series.