- v. Simple past tense and past participle of indict.
“So far not one person has been indicted from the lowliest mortgage originator who doctored an application to a CEO of a major bank who colluded with the Fed to steal billions from taxpayers.”
“You see the word indicted before Congressman Jefferson's name, and that's because of his indictment on corruption charges.”
“The only reason Rove wasn't indicted is because the SP is due to cooperation and the fact that the SP possibly has his sights set on the bigger fish (Cheney).”
“Meanwhile, someone who was not even indicted is so corrupt that anyone who votes for him is tainted.”
“No matter Pablo, just being indicted is a good start and very damaging for any career ..”
“You mean in the middle of an ongoing investigation where the first guy indicted is charged with obstructing justice, his defense is going to be that the prosecutor doesn't have all the facts of the underlying case?”
“Bonds, who has not been indicted, is 52 homers shy of Hank Aaron's career record of 755 but has not played this season while recovering from knee surgery.”
“Several of his letters being ignored, Martin indicted an angry one which drew”
“The first mayor and chief of police elected by this regime were during their first term indicted for gambling.”
“The crime for which the prisoner stands indicted is no less than adultery, which even in the patriarchal age, before the law of Moses, was looked upon as an iniquity to be punished by the judges, Job xxxi.”
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