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  • Interrupting imperiously, Anuse jumped in to lead him with careful questions in a direction away from that subject.

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  • A court would say Anuse was badgering the witness.

    Wild Justice

  • "And that the document examiners are sure Diana wrote," Anuse crowed, breaking in triumphantly.

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  • Not only had Anuse and Henry burned the midnight oil preparing for the meeting with suitable quotes from the transcript, but the same could be said of Jane, Esther and Annette.

    Wild Justice

  • "Now, I'm sure you see that no one was trying to attempt to have any student identified by having a document examiner look at these," cajoled Anuse.

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  • "You are saying .... you are painting a picture of suspicion and allegation that are hearsay and unsubstantiated," Anuse interrupted, bald pate aflame with anger.

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  • Panel member Anuse finally came to the rescue with a cuing question and

    Wild Justice

  • Anuse brought him sharply back out of harm's way by asking if there had been trouble between him and Trenchant.

    Wild Justice

  • Anuse had stopped by Henry's office in the administration building at

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  • Attempting to save the situation, Anuse asked if the courts accepted handwriting analysis to be as accurate as fingerprints.

    Wild Justice

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