culpability culpability  /ˌkəl pə ˈbɪ lɪ ti/


  • (n) a state of guilt



  1. Reflecting on Western culpability in the events at Srebrenica is not merely an historical exercise.
  2. But here's my current list of blame, or at least the first dozen items on it, in descending order of culpability.
  3. But ultimate culpability for the recession lies with the free market and wait for it! Republicans.


  1. Chinese Officials’ Denials on Organ Harvesting Suggest Culpability

    Recently, the man in charge of reforming China’s abusive organ transplantation system took part in two high-profile attempts to defend his record and reform efforts, but both attempts seemed to only make matters worse. Huang Jiefu was the deputy minister … The post Chinese Officials’ Denials on Organ Harvesting Suggest Culpability appeared first on The Epoch Times .
    on June 10, 2013     Source: The Epoch Times

  2. Apple E-Book Trial, Week 2: The Emerging Case for Letting Apple Off the Hook

    As the U.S. government’s closely watched e-book price-fixing trial against Apple enters its second week, the tech giant appears to be on stronger footing than it was at the beginning of the case, thanks in part to a key legal question concerning Apple’s culpability that was raised by the federal judge overseeing the trial. Did Apple “force” the five major publishers to demand that Amazon change ...
    on June 10, 2013     Source: It's Your Money

  3. State reassigns lawyers probing PG&E

    State reassigns lawyers probing PG&E The California Public Utilities Commission legal team investigating Pacific Gas and Electric Co.'s culpability for the San Bruno natural-gas explosion was abruptly reassigned this week, sending the agency into turmoil as it made its case for whether the company should be penalized more than $2 billion for violating safety rules. The commission's four lead ...
    on June 6, 2013     Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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