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  • v. Present participle of snitch.


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  • My idea of snitching is people who are doing crime together.

    Live Blog from the Anchor Desk 10/01/09

  • No amount of snitching is going to fix this anytime soon.

    Live Blog from the Anchor Desk 10/01/09

  • If you are in the Life snitching is a form of treason.

    Another Guilty Plea for Emporer’s Club V.I.P. « Bound, Not Gagged

  • And as RSA and jerry say, creating a culture of snitching is a big negative.

    Matthew Yglesias » Enforcement

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Because it's -- some call snitching, snitching.

    CNN Transcript Oct 2, 2009

  • As for the "snitching" - Has everyone forgotten how detrimental this whole "stop snitching" deal has been to our city?

    The Clog

  • First, Stan was not required to debrief—otherwise known as snitching—at San Quentin because California State Prison rules only demand that members of prison gangs, not street gangs, have to debrief to be released from the Hole.

    Blue Rage, Black Redemption

  • After doing research on this whole idea of stop snitching, which is this message being spread by rappers in inner-city communities, and this message which has gotten hold and has, at every level of society in these communities, anybody can tell you what it means to be a snitch.

    CNN Transcript Apr 24, 2007

  • It's called snitching, as we know, but how do you feel -- will you all be willing to take responsibility if you hear someone threatening something, if you see somebody with a gun, telling an adult?

    Good Morning America Roundtable

  • The community activist called on inner-city communities to end the bias against people who provide information to police about crimes, also known as "snitching." Chronicle


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