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  • If he wasn't completely innocent, he was, at least, unindictable.

    The Margaret Atwoods

  • And remember that it was she who voluntarily continued the theme after having said, "Of course not," which would have been an unexceptionable answer, unindictable by even the most partisan Obamaphile.

    Sunday Roundup

  • Not consciously perhaps, but enough to be named as a “participant” albeit an “unindictable” one….

    Firedoglake » Give the Man a Beer

  • Nor does what Didion calls the city's "long unindictable conspiracy of criminal and semi-criminal civic and commercial arrangements," which has reigned through boom and bust ever since the Dutch swindled Manhattan from Native Americans.

    'Sentimental Journeys'

  • Not that there were cowboys who stole money, not that they were Congressmen who took money, but that people in Wall Street and investment houses and law firms and the accounting firms made themselves unindictable co-conspirators because there was money in it for them.

    The Greatest Ever Bank Robbery: The Collapse of the Savings and Loan Industry

  • England itself, why need we be astonished that the blows should have fallen upon many an innocent head when men were striking wildly in self-defence, as they supposed, against the unindictable Powers of

    Among My Books First Series

  • From our mayor's unindictable family members to the glut of incompetent and often double-dipping "senior" management...the time has come to clean house.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • Swagger’s eyes ran through the coverage, including the bitter sidebar interview with a Mrs. Samuel Bronkowsky, mother of four, identified as the widow of one of the two bank guards slain by robbers—robbers thought to be Jack and Mitzi but uncaught and made more unindictable when the bank’s surveillance film was stolen from the evidence closet of the Nyackett Police.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • Swagger’s eyes ran through the coverage, including the bitter sidebar interview with a Mrs. Samuel Bronkowsky, mother of four, identified as the widow of one of the two bank guards slain by robbers—robbers thought to be Jack and Mitzi but uncaught and made more unindictable when the bank’s surveillance film was stolen from the evidence closet of the Nyackett Police.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • Swagger’s eyes ran through the coverage, including the bitter sidebar interview with a Mrs. Samuel Bronkowsky, mother of four, identified as the widow of one of the two bank guards slain by robbers—robbers thought to be Jack and Mitzi but uncaught and made more unindictable when the bank’s surveillance film was stolen from the evidence closet of the Nyackett Police.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

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