Wrong, oppress, persecute, aggrieve can mean to inflict injury upon a person without just cause or in an outrageous manner.
One wrongs another who injures him by unjustifiably depriving him of his property or his good name or by violating something he holds sacred.
One oppresses another who inhumanely lays upon him burdens too heavy to be endured or exacts of him more than he can possibly perform.
One persecutes another who relentlessly or unremittingly subjects him to annoyance or suffering.
One aggrieves another or, more often, causes him to be or to feel aggrieved who by wronging, oppressing, or persecuting him gives him ground for protest.