inveiglement


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Of course, the Eleventh Circuit is undoubtedly right to hold that a kidnapper should not be allowed to escape conviction "[w]here an inveiglement occurs and force is held in reserve only because the kidnapper's deception is operating successfully.
The inveiglement of Congress will be an admittedly slow affair, if only because Munoz wants to allow skeptical legislators ample opportunity to pore over the contracts and, after deliberating and debating to their hearts' content, ultimately declare the contracts constitutional.
190) In line with precedent, Wills recognized that kidnappings by inveiglement and decoy were punishable under the Act.