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corroboration

kuh raw buh ray shuhn

  • n  confirmation that some fact or statement is true through the use of documentary evidence

  • From the mouth of Elizabeth Bentley, onetime courier for Soviet Spymaster Jacob Golos, came corroboration of the damaging testimony already given by Remington's divorced wife.
  • One, a show business public relations agent named Barry Landau, provided the first corroboration of part of the story though not the crucial part told by lawyers for .
  • Relying on the oral history of one family, without corroboration from other sources.
News & Articles

  • DA lacks evidence to charge man in killing after Dodgers-Giants game
    San Francisco district attorney says there currently is no 'independent corroboration of the incident,' which is needed to charge Michael Montgomery in the death of Jonathan Denver. SAN FRANCISCO — The man jailed in connection with the fatal stabbing of Dodgers fan Jonathan Denver after a confrontation triggered by team rivalry was released from custody late Friday, after the San Francisco ...
    Sept. 28, 2013 - Los Angeles Times
Quotes

  • William Bratton in Los Angeles Times
    We are still awaiting corroboration from the coroner's office as to cause of death. That is going to be very dependent on the toxicology reports that are due to come back,Los Angeles Police Chief William Bratton told CNN. "And based on...
  • John Dowd in SI.com
    I don't hear any names but I think he's got some good corroboration,Dowd said.
  • Alexander Downer in The Australian
    I can confirm, that is what the Indonesians are saying,Mr Downer said. "At this stage we haven't got any corroboration of it but assuming it's correct - and Indonesians believe it is - then we would warmly welcome it." "It's an...

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