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'The allegations levelled against me are unfair as they were unsubstantiated. I believe in in the rule of law and was looking forward to continuing with the spirit of co-operation with the assembly,' Balala said.
"Cricket Australia takes a zero-tolerance approach against anyone trying to compromise the integrity of the game, and to suggest anything otherwise is unsubstantiated and incorrect," CA chief executive James Sutherland said Monday.
Jun clearly laid out his defense against the poorly-crafted and unsubstantiated complaint filed by the DOTr (Department of Transportation),'
The PDP held that it is particularly improper for the occupant of the exalted office of the Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to engage in a smear campaign and making unsubstantiated statements just for political reasons.
They interviewed several students and determined the threat was unsubstantiated.
"ISRI strongly supports and applauds the passage of this resolution, which will undoubtedly raise awareness among state legislators around the unsubstantiated nature of current claims made in the debate over recycled rubber," said ISRI President Robin Wiener.
The MP for Esher and Walton said some of the accusations "appear to be gossip or unsubstantiated rumours - rather than credible reports of abuse".
He accused the UN of using unsubstantiated reports from the Iran-backed rebels when gathering material.
What is more, suggestions United are about to make a bid for Wigan Athletic and Northern Ireland forward Will Grigg are also unsubstantiated at this stage.
Failure to properly administer the contract holds on to its top position regionally from last year as the main cause of construction disputes, followed by poorly drafted or incomplete and unsubstantiated claims.
The FTC's complaint alleged that these claims are false, misleading, or unsubstantiated. According to the complaint, the ads also falsely stated that the US FDA has endorsed the use of indoor tanning systems as safe, and represented that an organization called the Vitamin D Council has recommended the tanning systems--without disclosing that the Council was paid for its endorsement.
"We have investigated the threat and it is unsubstantiated but (we) felt our presence might be of some comfort to students and parents," police said in the post.