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uhn suhb stan shee ay tid

  • s  unsupported by other evidence

  • By 1994, the myth of Abu-Jamal had grown, fueled by unsubstantiated defense claims that the true killer, name unknown, was seen fleeing the scene of the murder.
  • Anxious Democrats say Kerry was not quick or aggressive enough in countering the largely unsubstantiated attacks on his record by a group calling itself Swift Boat Veterans for .
  • Like its predecessors, Triangle takes off from established facts, then proceeds to lace its theses with a hodgepodge of half-truths, unsubstantiated reports and unsubstantial .
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  • Diocese of Green Bay clears retired priest
    The Catholic Diocese of Green Bay says its investigation has cleared a retired priest of sexual abuse allegations. The diocese issued a statement Saturday saying an investigator it hired concluded the allegations were unsubstantiated. So Bishop David Ricken has lifted all restrictions on public ministry against the Rev. Justin Werner. Werner was accused in April of abusing a minor in the 1970s ...
    June 16, 2013 - WISC-TV Madison
  • Green Bay Diocese's investigation clears priest of abuse
    An investigation into alleged abuse by Father Justin Werner, a retired priest, has concluded the accusation was unsubstantiated, the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay announced Saturday.
    June 16, 2013 - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • Priest cleared in alleged abuse case
    The Green Bay Catholic Diocese says an allegation of abuse of a minor by a priest has been deemed unsubstantiated.
    June 15, 2013 - FOX 11 Green Bay

  • John Howard in Forbes
    I don't intend to react to, let alone endorse, unsubstantiated allegations in a French newspaper,Howard said. "As far as I'm concerned, until solid evidence of the contrary is produced, Ian Thorpe remains a great Australian champion."
  • Carmen Beauchamp Ciparick in The Associated Press
    The argument that the Empire State Development Corp. "acted in 'bad faith' or pretextually is unsubstantiated by the record," Judge Carmen Beauchamp Ciparick wrote, reversing the decision of a midlevel court.
  • Robert Kraft in FOXNews
    He's "very disappointed," though, that the newspaper "wrote a story that was completely false and unsubstantiated," Kraft said in an interview with The Associated Press.

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