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9644: RE: 9625: Re: 9623: Regarding "indict" (fwd)

From: Karen Davis <kdavis@marygrove.edu>

In English, the word "indict"  can refer to a formal bill against an
accused, but it can also refer generally to any accusation. So, "indict" can
be an appropriate synonym for "accused"  in an informal sense.

Karen F. Dimanche Davis
Associate Professor and Head of Department, Humanities
Marygrove College
8425 West McNichols
Detroit, Michigan 48221
Telephone 313-927-1352
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E-mail: kdavis@marygrove.edu

	-----Original Message-----
	From:	Bob Corbett [SMTP:corbetre@webster.edu]
	Sent:	Sunday, November 18, 2001 8:13 AM
	To:	Haiti mailing list
	Subject:	9625:  Re: 9623: Regarding RSF's Translation (fwd)

	From: kevin pina <kpinbox@hotmail.com>

	No, Senator Toussaint has not been "indicted." The last word on that
	from the office of the Minister of the Interior. Nor does Rene Civil
or Paul 
	Raymond have any connection nor any relevant information concerning
	Dominique's assasination. The latter being Judge Gassant's attempt
	further polarize and politicize the issue in an attempt to cast
	and otherwise, "cast a dark pall" upon leaders in the popular
	No wonder he does not want to continue, a witchhunt by any other
name is 
	still a witchhunt! The end result of which has been to add
ammunition to 
	Reporters Without Borders for whom we are not sure whince they
receive their 
	orders. A single issue organization that appeared overnight on the
	political scene whose only result has been to add further confusion
to an 
	already difficult situation. I hope we have reached the 15th second
of their 
	self-generated fame.


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