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According to Drilon, a former justice secretary, Section 3(e) of the anti-graft law says that any government official or employee can be charged for "causing any undue injury to any party, including the Government in the discharge of his official administrative or judicial functions through manifest partiality, evident bad faith or gross inexcusable negligence.
It is hard to imagine a more inexcusable state of affairs JUDGE PAUL MORT LAYS INTO THE COUNCIL
But Keogh getting outmuscled by him in the second half was inexcusable though.
At the Old Bailey, Mr Justice Scott Baker said he had woven a "web of deceit" and committed an inexcusable breach of trust.
I think i t was inexcusable that Rome decided to do this without consultation," he added.
To insinuate that the citizens of Kirkby are "sock robbers" is, in my opinion, inexcusable.
Making such a gaffe is inexcusable and the public are not yet so demoralised as to accept vulgarity of that kind.
Mr Duck told the court: "These occasions, members of the jury, the prosecution say are inexcusable behaviour by any reasonable medical protocol and clearly, the prosecution say, are indecent assaults on these young men.
It is inexcusable that the entire market value of a financial institution can be placed at risk by such abject carelessness on the part of a leading European bank," added the commissioner.
Chief Supt Scully said: "What occurred was entirely unacceptable - large-scale anti-social behaviour carried out by a large group of people - and it is inexcusable.
Washington's repeated use of it on-set and in the media is simply inexcusable.