suppression of the truth

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And this rotten state of affairs will continue for as long as the position of minister of education is decided by the archbishop who for obvious reasons seeks the suppression of the truth.
Rather than accept such censorship, Rima Khalaf, Executive Secretary of ESCWA, submitted her resignation in protest at the intimidation by the US and the Secretary General's suppression of the truth.
Through examples ranging from the countless lies administrations of both parties have used to justify needless wars to the successful decades-long corporate suppression of the truth about tobacco and other dangerous products, Lewis shows how the value of truth is diminished by delay.
Under Louisiana law, fraud is defined as a misrepresentation or suppression of the truth made with the intention either to obtain an unjust advantage for one party or to cause a loss or inconvenience to the other.
You felt as if you were living in a Third World country, such was the suppression of the truth.
Mrs Finucane added: "Yet another British government has engineered a suppression of the truth behind the murder of my husband Pat Finucane.
Mrs Finucane said: "Yet another British government has engineered a suppression of the truth behind the murder of my husband, Pat Finucane.
3]s Complicity in Zionism's Suppression of the Truth of History
The book's plot revolves around the suppression of the truth about Christ and the intersection of science and religion.
All multifarious means which human ingenuity can devise, and which are resorted to by one individual to get an advantage over another by false suggestions or suppression of the truth.
Suppression of the truth still a case in point to this day
I did not realise that the BBC is a right wing political state of an organisation dedicated to the suppression of the truth.

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