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She believes that Western governments need to redouble their efforts in searching out the "personal assets belonging to regime figures" that were corruptly acquired.
directly or indirectly, corruptly demands, seeks, receives, accepts, or agrees to receive or accept anything of value personally or for any other person or entity, in return for:
individual from (i) corruptly (ii) altering, destroying, or concealing a
The psalm is a resounding indictment of those who dispense justice corruptly.
There can be no reasonable conclusion reached other than the government is corruptly persuading Moser to testify falsely against Jewell," Perroni wrote in his motion.
Scotland Yard launched an inquiry into claims that honours were being corruptly awarded to party backers after it emerged that a number of the people who made loans were nominated for peerages.
Unless the ruling junta in Burma halts the violent oppression of its people, we will continue to target those like Steven Law who sustain it and who profit corruptly because of that support,'' Stuart Levey, the Treasury's undersecretary for terrorism and financial intelligence, said in a statement.
Despite the tension between corruption as an area of moral judgments and economics as a field of empirical study, the economics of corruption is increasingly generating productive research on how sufficient economic incentives may drive individuals, businesses, and public officials to behave corruptly.
Ney admitted that he engaged in a conspiracy begin ning in approximately 2000 and continuing through April 2004, wherein he corruptly solicited and accepted a stream of things of value from disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff, Abramoff's lobbyists and a foreign businessperson, in exchange for agreeing to take and taking official action to benefit Abramoff, his clients and the foreign businessperson.
Simon de Montfort, the Earl of Leicester, persecuted Jews, plotted in the assassination of the Bishop of Hereford and corruptly doled out vast areas of the country to his sons.
Not only ill-conceived, but corruptly so, it was presented as ``For the Children'' when it was plainly an attack on them and the principles they should be learning.
The lawyer is accused of corruptly receiving pounds 350,000 from Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi.