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He opinionated that the Egyptian state did not implement a smart media plan which made it easily put under suspicion, although he wrote that he fells the Regeni murder was not AaAaAeA{AaAaAeA an intended crime by the state.
"It's not rocket science," he scoffed, and indeed that led to Nick Huntley being caught in the area and put under suspicion.
The appeal made public Monday makes intelligence tracking of potential suspects virtually impossible and opens up Muslims in the West to the possibility of being unfairly put under suspicion or stigmatized.
But when Alex unexpectedly follows through Sara is put under suspicion. But who is really playing whom?
She added that the publication of names of some military officers accused of collaboration with Israel along with details of the investigation "does not only harm the secrecy of investigation, but also affects negatively the (military) establishment." "This will weaken the military's resolve and officers will then feel that they are under suspicion," Tueni said, adding, "What is more serious is that if the military establishment is put under suspicion it will make it fall under the grip of other apparatuses which will become more effective than (the army)."
MADELEINE McCann's parents were first put under suspicion when mum Kate had a dream about where to find her body, it was revealed yesterday.
"But I had my fingerprints taken and was put under suspicion for three-and-a-half months after my arrest.
The individuals unfairly put under suspicion remained dignified as their families suffered an emotional turmoil that led, in some cases, to serious illness and depression.
Invited attendees groan about the delays and the indignities of being put under suspicion. And some acknowledge the majority of camcorder copies don't spring from industry screenings but from a film's early commercial showings.