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Ms Nagle said: "I was appalled to log in to Twitter a couple of days ago to find that Chris Bryant, my MP, had decided to broadcast my decision to register to vote in the Labour leadership contest, and to publicly accuse me of being a liar.
He is finally behind bars because of the bravery of his nephew, Steven, who came out from the shadow of victimhood and anonymity to publicly accuse his tormentor.
Mr Nisman had been due to appear in Congress to publicly accuse President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner of being behind an attempt to hide the involvement of Iranian suspects in the Jewish centre bombing, which killed 85 people.
If Ms Gale's partner was shouting the same, while bathed in cold sweat, she's very wrong to publicly accuse him of extra-marital relations.
A BRAZILIAN university expelled a woman who was heckled by hundreds of fellow students when she wore a short, pink dress to class, taking out newspaper ads yesterday to publicly accuse her of immorality.
and NATO-led troops have enraged Afghans and prompted President Hamid Karzai to publicly accuse the Western forces of ''careless operations'' in the country.
Hicks, 61, revisited the row, which saw Benitez publicly accuse the American duo of failing to understand the European transfer market.
GPs across the county are this week set to publicly accuse ministers of "hypocrisy" over the crisis facing community hospitals in Cumbria, saying it was time for the Government to put its money where its mouth was.
1997 Brady called a press conference to publicly accuse Ryan of homosexual misconduct.
and NATO-led troops in recent months have enraged Afghans and prompted President Hamid Karzai to publicly accuse the Western forces of ''careless operations'' in Afghanistan.
And I publicly accuse you, Laura Sheldrake, of being an evil, wicked witch
Hicks, 61, revisited the row over transfers, which saw Benitez publicly accuse the American duo of failing to understand the European transfer market.