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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of endict.
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The Obama campaign is in a little bit of a fix because they can't afford the first Impression of him by the people in the Feb 5th to be Obama being defensive, and trying to hide connections with endicted azzwholes like Rezko.
The cronyism is catching up with them and finally some are being endicted for crimes with money.
In the autumn of 1798, Matthew Lyon, then a representative in Congress from Vermont, was endicted for harbouring an intention “to stir up sedition, and to bring the president and government of the United States into contempt,” &c.
Lyon, then a representative in Congress from Vermont, was endicted for harbouring an intention "to stir up sedition, and to bring the president and government of the United States into contempt," &c. He was convicted, and the sentence was -- "Matthew Lyon, it is the pleasure of this court that you be imprisoned four months, pay costs, and a fine of one thousand dollars, and stand committed until the judgment be complied with."
Commissioner Larry Brown & his henchmen should be endicted by the DA for fraud, to put an end to their $$$ extortions done under color of law & their offices. registration.
Coleman is days from being endicted for political crimes and is unfit to serve in the Senate!