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Ozawa includes his alleged failure to put in a 2004 report the A[yen]400 million he lent to Rikuzankai in 2004, but this point was not referred to by the public prosecutors when they decided not to indict him.
The Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) will indict a leading member in Hizbullah, for his involvement in the 2005 assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri, Palestinian daily AL QUDS reported Friday, citing Israel's television Channel One for the report.
If Attorney General Menahem Mazuz "decides to indict me after hearing me out, I will step down (as foreign minister) and within the next four or five months I will quit as a member of parliament," he told journalists.
If the federal government tries to hone in on "co-conspirators," it may well have to indict the entire paid staff of the city of West Hollywood (an independent municipality surrounded by Los Angeles).
The Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office decided in February, and again in May, not to indict Ozawa due to a lack of evidence, while indicting the three former aides.
The Israeli prosecutors will soon decide whether or not to indict the two and the ship's captain, who were all arrested in late October on suspicion of negligence leading to death and the breach of rescue duties.
After the August 15th blackout descended on millions of Americans and Canadians in the northeast, former Clinton Energy Secretary (and current New Mexico Governor) Bill Richardson took to the airwaves to indict the free market for the catastrophe.
The Tokyo District Court on Friday picked three lawyers who will serve as prosecutors to indict ruling party kingpin Ichiro Ozawa over accounting irregularities and prosecute him in court.
On May 16th, the same jurors who charged Person and Hester refused to indict McKinney, opting instead to ignore the charges levied against him.