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  • Guilty is guilty and the punishment will fit the crime.

    Man found guilty in Palin e-mail case

  • Each one read by the judge, each time Madoff saying, "Guilty" -- Tony.

    CNN Transcript Mar 12, 2009

  • Billy realized that it had been these lessons that had spurred him on to the mad scheme that was to end now with the verdict of "Guilty" -- he had wished to vindicate his honor.

    The Mucker

  • 'Guilty' -- a verdict which the Chief Justice stoutly refused to act upon.

    A Book About Lawyers

  • Posted in Guilty Pleasures, Literature, The Reading Life

    Guilty Pleasures

  • The paper editorializes a view expressed by others -- it appears that George W. Bush aka Guilty Dick Cheney's puppet rescued Libby from prison because the Decider feared that time in the slammer would make Libby talk.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • She finished a little before ten and Dave Alvin and his band called the Guilty Men came on about 20 minutes later.

    Archive 2004-09-01

  • In contrast, newer 'lie detection' technology typically uses an approach called the Guilty Knowledge Test pdf which relies on recognition.

    Mind Hacks: Brain-based 'lie detection' now commercially available

  • In contrast, newer 'lie detection' technology typically uses an approach called the Guilty Knowledge Test pdf which relies on recognition.

    Mind Hacks: June 2006 Archives

  • She finished a little before ten and Dave Alvin and his band called the Guilty Men came on about 20 minutes later.

    All we need is Blog?

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