corroborator


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He wrote: "Someone also began colluding with a freelance writer who was known not to be a fan of mine and, together, they set out to try to find corroborators to build a case to defame me.
It follows that these texts are not reliable either as providers of independent information or as corroborators of statements in the two basic sources.
Such lapses in memory force collaborators to choose between serving as compliant corroborators and functioning as reality checks, between loyalty to their subjects and fidelity to historical truth.