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We are pleased he has been vindicated and the right decision has been made.
Asked if he felt vindicated, Green said: "I've always said that what went on, we did to get the club secure.
Today I stand vindicated, that Pakistan was pushed into am unwilling war, making America's war its own", he declared.
26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- BET Networks announces Morris Chestnut as host and co-executive producer of VINDICATED, a new 30 minute multi-part docu-series that sheds a much needed spotlight on individuals who have been unjustly sent to prison for crimes they did not commit, premiering December 4 at 10:30 PM*.
A WHISTLE-BLOWER who fought for justice for abused children has died just weeks after he was finally vindicated.
Summary: Andre Villas-Boas' recall of Frank Lampard was vindicated but the decision to substitute him was not as Valencia snatched a draw.
LAHORE, June 6 -- Former Pakistan captain Younus Khan has said he feels vindicated after an indefinite ban on him was lifted by an appellate tribunal of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
I have only read 200 pages of the report but I feel that we have really been vindicated because we have always said that Blair had been killed by a policeman.
I have only read 200 pages of the report, but I feel that we have really been vindicated because we have always said that Blair had been killed by a policeman.
We're pleased that Harris and the truth of her allegations have been vindicated," said Kate Kendell, executive director of the National Center for Lesbian Rights, which represents Harris (who has said she isn't gay).
Their faith in the horse was vindicated in the best possible way.