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Illegal logging has become a matter of life and death so complicity will not be condoned.
Nurlan Esenbekov - 18 years in prison for complicity in corruption;
Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], June 21 ( ANI ): The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) and Hyderabad Police have arrested an official liquidator for his complicity in a fraud case relating to transfer of official liquidator funds to United Bank of India (UBI) of Khammam branch and fraudulent withdrawal thereon.
The dismissal order was issued some two months after the TRC executives were formally charged at the Sandiganbayan for their complicity in the misuse of the Cagases' P22-million pork barrel funds.
The convicts were found guilty for complicity and responsibility in an armed attack on a police station, helping prisoners to flee, arms' robbery, in addition to killing five persons and intending to murder 70 others during events that followed dispersing Rabaa Al-Adawiah activists of the outlawed organization.
Through its complicity, AT&T allowed the NSA to have surveillance powers over most traffic in the US as well as that over foreign-to-foreign traffic, given that large amounts of the world's internet communications travel across American cables.
The latest wave of health-care refusal legislation uses concepts of complicity to authorize conscience objections in broadly defined circumstances.
Incontrovertible facts, documents and details of ' Modigate' emerging since yesterday clearly reflect active complicity of not only External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj but also point towards the BJP government aiding and abetting a fugitive of Indian law with tacit approval of Prime Minister Narendra Modi," Congress communication department chief Randeep Surjewala said.
Washington -- A spokesman of the Pakistan Embassy in Washington expressed disappointment over a recent editorial by the New York Times suggesting Pakistans government complicity in a case of bogus-degree that allegedly involved Axact, a Pakistan-based company.
ANOTHER RELIGIOUS LIBERTIES ANTECEDENT: COMPLICITY AND
Philippe Lemaitre, an official at the National Welfare Association representing police staff, is suspected as having acted as an intermediary for Petit and Prouteau and has been charged with complicity in influence peddling as well as complicity in violating the secrecy of an investigation.