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  • Un país en el que delincuentes como Fujimori están notificados de que sus crímenes no quedarán impunes, más allá de los altos cargos que puedan ocupar en el Estado.

    Global Voices in English » Peru: Ex-President Fujimori Sentenced to 25 Years in Prison

  • Y es que para los ciudadanos la implantación de la ley por medios violentos en este caso carece de legitimidad cuando ven que se aplica selectivamente contra un sector que está irrumpiendo el ordenamiento porque carece de un derecho básico y se le vuelca contra sí toda la violencia y el poder del estado, mientras otros irrumpen la ley para el lujo de casas de verano y permanecen impunes.

    Global Voices in English » Puerto Rico: The Battle Over Public Lands

  • CNN's and Fox News 'efforts to attribute the inflammatory rhetoric and immoral deeds of others to Barack Obama impunes the integrity of sincere journalists.

    Obama takes heat from Catholic League over Pfleger

  • Third - and this is the darkest lie of all because it impunes the integrity of American service personnel – Bush stated that the reach for highly coercive new techniques came at the insistence of the interrogators themselves.

    Balkinization

  • In reference to his debate with Finkelstein who, by the way, Hoffmeier clearly impunes as a bible revisionist – not at all the sense I get from actually reading Finkelstein's work! on Israelite ethnicity, Dever notes following:

    Is There a "Biblical Archaeology"? Some Comments

  • Indian Transit through Bangladesh impunes on Dhaka sovereignty & very unpopular in Bangladesh

    Bloggers.Pakistan

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  • The word impunes is the third person singular or present indicative of the verb impune, 'to attribute the blame to ...'. The English examples agree with this meaning.

    February 26, 2014