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Beijing : China's Internet users cried foul Thursday over the trial of an elderly man for an alleged murder decades ago during the political and social upheaval of the Cultural Revolution under Mao Zedong.
Then, Lakers coach Phil Jackson cried foul Saturday afternoon about the way Sloan cried foul.
After an antigay group reported that the "Little Black Book" (pictured) was handed out to students at Brookline High School during an event sponsored by the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network on April 30, several newspapers picked up the story, and religious groups across the country cried foul.
Eventually, the Bus Riders Union, a grassroots organization that represents residents who depend on mass transit, cried foul.
Members, from solo practitioners to partners in much larger firms, cried foul and turned to CalCPA's Committee on Taxation and government relations team for help.
He cried foul, or more to the point, he complained, "Why me?
Some Democrats cried foul, accusing Republicans of planting subliminal messages--those shown too quickly or faintly to be consciously noticed--to turn voters against Gore.
South Africa led the charge against the Americans by announcing it would ignore the patents and import the generics; the pharmaceutical firms cried foul and sued to retain rights to their intellectual property.
PRD officials have cried foul, accusing the PRI of using state funds to support Andrade's campaign.
Environmentalists cried foul, and DaimlerChrysler has since backed off on targeting moms, instead focusing on buyers with heavy-duty needs, like fire departments and ranchers.
Muslim leaders, incensed by Falwell's comments, cried foul.