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They include the deliberate mass killings of civilian populations in Indochina; intentional collusion, mass murder, and assassination in Bangladesh; personal suborning and planning of the murder of a senior constitutional officer in a democratic nation (Chile) with which the United States was not at war; personal involvement in a plan to murder the head of state in the democratic nation of Cyprus; the incitement and enabling of genocide in East Timor; and personal involvement in a plan to kidnap and murder a foreign journalist (from Greece) living in the United States.
While this sounds fine in theory, it is tantamount to suborning the interests of the whole to the parochial interests of the represented parties.
There is a role for government in these enterprises; but it is that of following local knowledge and interests, not suborning them to outmoded game-playing.
By suborning entire justice systems, they attack the very order of society.
This has not anything to do with sex; it has a lot to do with suborning perjury, tampering with witnesses, obstructing justice and perjury, all of which impact on our Constitution and our system of justice and the kind of country we are.
Sir, - Now Mike Ballinger says (Post, Sept 9) I gave him credit for suborning councillors to build light rail in the West Midlands.
Even if Bill Clinton had an affair with Monica Lewinsky, even if he lied under oath in the Paula Jones civil suit, even if he made ambiguous comments that could be construed as suborning perjury or obstructing justice, his actions would not rise to the level of an impeachable offense.
He was devoted to covert action and loved the monkey business involved in the toppling of a nation or the suborning of a source.
Hall is also charged with suborning perjury and obstruction of justice for directing a witness to destroy evidence and lie to the Grand Jury.
charged with suborning perjury under [section] 1621 or [section] 1623,
The attorney was found guilty of taking unethical actions that harmed eight clients and suborning the unlicensed practice of law by a nonlawyer who already was the subject of a Supreme Court stipulation for permanent injunction for UPL activities on immigration matters.
Whether a challenge was given or anyone helped in the fracas remains fuzzy, given the suborning or confusion of witnesses, and the different partialities of investigating officials.