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  1. If there is anything incriminating on or.
  2. Sonny, did you send me the incriminating.
  3. I had much incriminating evidence on the mayor.
  4. Only the least incriminating evidence survives.
  5. I don’t see any incriminating evidence yet.
  6. To her dismay, nothing incriminating was in sight.
  7. Coupled with knowing Kathy, it seemed so incriminating.
  8. Although the police found nothing incriminating he did.
  9. A copy of the incriminating video, just like Roycen said.
  10. Silas searched the room for feathers, anything incriminating.
  11. His problem was to damn Eleanor without incriminating Alice.
  12. Are these the incriminating documents, the good stuff?
  13. They all wore skin gloves, to avoid incriminating fingerprints.
  14. At the speed of light, the incriminating evidence should reach.
  15. And beyond all of these very incriminating examples there are also the.
  16. I prayed he hadn’t said anything incriminating linking him and Evver.
  17. Said there were over twenty thousand pages of highly incriminating stuff.
  18. There are no incriminating photos of me and Avis because I hardly know her.
  19. That you came here to see Macri because she knew something incriminating.
  20. He had already destroyed all incriminating papers and just carried his briefcase.
  21. Alice was pleased she had delivered her more incriminating books into Harald's care.
  22. Gordon was to destroy anything incriminating and forget the operation ever existed.
  23. You never knew when you might have to wipe the hard drive of incriminating evidence.
  24. We planned to bluff, bully and bullshit Alistair Pennington into incriminating himself.
  25. I offered, And the file that we create will have some very incriminating stuff in it.
  26. They gave incriminating statements about Tafferel and Aguero in the days that followed.
  27. LWC and MFH's mother were interviewed by the ATF and gave them incriminating information.
  28. You can leave the monitor but everything else will most likely have incriminating evidence.
  29. The important thing was to cover their tracks and get rid of any incriminating information.
  30. Mom clips out the photo and adds it to the other five incriminating pictures in the photo album.
  31. As for incriminating Lance - he murdered Murray, tried to kill us, and was planning a third attempt.
  32. The man who was in Noah’s house with my uncle when Lang planted the incriminating evidence to frame Noah.
  33. That the evidence they had unearthed was incriminating, if not to the suspect at least in its very nature.
  34. But if she did say anything incriminating it was because he threatened her and she was fearful for her life.
  35. When the coast was clear, Mikhail took the incriminating evidence that was permanently caught on an sd card.
  36. I refuse to answer that question for fear of incriminating myself! Matt replied, his smile growing wider.
  37. He had taken the incriminating documentation home with him every night, and now he was removing it permanently.
  38. Rather interesting in themselves as showing perhaps something of his practice, but not necessarily incriminating.
  39. Someone, who wished to remain anonymous, had provided a considerable amount of incriminating information about Mr.
  40. They took care of that loose end, leaving incriminating evidence of his child porno leanings scattered around the house.
  41. Robert and Jerry were clearly upset with the chair’s middle-of-the-road approach to the obviously incriminating issue.
  42. It would be a hell of a lot of stuff to sift through but there just might be some incriminating evidence of their activities.
  43. Caris had also seen the incriminating document that gave Lynn Grange to the priory on condition Thomas was accepted as a monk.
  44. As Dolly trails close behind, she remembers some of her more incriminating exchanges during the argument with her estranged lover.
  45. As with the other pavilion, there was nothing personal, nothing incriminating, nowhere to hide a body and no clues about the owner.
  46. Having backed up Frank Booker’s incriminating telephone conversation with Holland onto her laptop, Sheena sat at her desk thinking.
  47. And ten gets you twenty there’s incriminating evidence found at that burial scene, evidence that implicates Aiden and Aiden alone.
  48. B: Did Desi plant incriminating items at each of the treasure hunt sites: Nick’s office, Hannibal, his dad’s house, Go’s woodshed?
  49. Someone had been to Moe’s store in Georgetown before they arrived and removed the evidence incriminating Stratavynski or his organization.
  50. Someone walked into that evidence room and replaced the flash drive that contained the incriminating video against Blackburn with an empty one.
  51. The large video files need a lot of storage space, and I’ll bet your brother was smart enough to keep any incriminating evidence off site.
  52. Bull and Pooh arrived at the vacant warehouses in northwest Gary to deliver the goods to the reporter—the incriminating pictures of King Cobra.
  53. Charlie Clapper called me at the end of the day, said he’d found no incriminating evidence on the Cecily; no blood, no trace, no bleach, no nothing.
  54. Tears came to my eyes as I realized that I wouldn’t get the chance to explain myself to my adoptive parents before the incriminating package arrived.
  55. Everyone knew what the consequences would be if anyone were caught stealing newspapers or hiding items as incriminating as Harris’s maps and dictionary.
  56. Sir Gregory Longfellow had persuaded Ralph to break into the monastery and steal all the nuns’ charters in the hope of finding the incriminating letter.
  57. However, the more time was wasted, the more chance that the trail of whoever took and sent the incriminating pictures of Father O’Malley would grow cold.
  58. Donovan also found the records, a treasure trove of incriminating documents that detailed Krull’s cover-up of the Peck Mountain site and all its problems.
  59. Even when the incriminating files about the online gambling had been found on his computer, he had not wavered in his belief that he would be fully exonerated.
  60. The Court of Appeal could say that a rubber stamp signature is standard practice and the statement by Hammond is the most incriminating evidence the police have.
  61. Glad that his part of the operations had been a success he tapped the memory stick that contained the incriminating evidence and slung his laptop over his shoulder.
  62. She also put back on her clothes, in case she would have to run away in a hurry, so that she would not possibly leave behind some incriminating evidence against herself.
  63. Most non-sociopaths have problems with awkward silences and they will fill those silences with incriminating details about whatever it is they assume they’re in HR for.
  64. The way things went, the Time Patrol was probably going to have to erase or rewrite a few incriminating documents from the archives of Ville-Marie at the end of their mission.
  65. After ensuring her phone was not in reach and they’d left nothing incriminating behind, they turned at the door and rasped, ‘Fuck it stinks in here! Makes me want to puke.
  66. It seemed to Feltus that there was a sudden and alarming fear in the humble, quiet eyes as if the incriminating object had exposed a dark secret that should never have come to light.
  67. Because they would be the first media outlet we would send this incriminating material to, just before providing the Guilford County School Board and your school’s principal a copy.
  68. He had put off telling him that they’d already destroyed the evidence because he’d hoped there might be a way he could use the threat of exposure to get the incriminating photos back.
  69. A plethora of television crime shows suggest that skilled scientists who have learned these techniques over years can produce vital incriminating evidence in a matter of minutes or at least hours.
  70. A crew had been sent out to the professor’s house with a search warrant and even though they had yet to report anything untoward, it was always possible something incriminating would be discovered.
  71. He watched as the young man glanced around the clearing into which they had ventured as though he was searching for something in hopes of preventing his companion from finding the incriminating object.
  72. Had he left fingerprints? Where were his gloves? Was he now thinking about her neck and the incriminating marks that he would leave? ‘So, you’re not really prepared are you? Not like the last time.
  73. They are the convicted, the untouchables, unemployable, the ill, the less than best, one's with bad credit, and incriminating I'mage history, she paused and looked longingly towards the unseeable beyond.
  74. When it came time to depart, with the Marines standing guard as they had done the last time the ship headed out, rather than Captain Curra delivering the incriminating inventory records, Elvira and Ellie Mae did the honors.
  75. This changing of cultures forces these sick entities to work very hard and diligently… piling up as much incriminating evidence against the still living; so they cannot be attacked and accused by them when they get there.
  76. On occasion, smugglers have fired back at or over the heads of Coast Guard crews, and have tried to ram the cutters while discarding bundles of contraband which usually float to the surface, providing incriminating evidence.
  77. Always be certain a person is one of us before saying anything incriminating — at least a few governments around the world have suspicions about this stuff, and you don’t want to give information to an undercover agent by accident.
  78. How she would have loved to be in the custom’s interrogation room to see the color drain from that Indian’s face when their bags had been torn to shreds, they’d been stripped and searched, including a digital exam, and found nothing incriminating.
  79. If they did, they would be incriminating themselves so thoroughly, that their name would be blackened forever, and the basis of their authority would disappear and they would be universally despised and attacked and overthrown and hunted down and killed.
  80. A dark cloud rolled through his eyes, giving him a distant and removed look as though he had been transported to another time and place far away from here, as if divine intervention were to protect him from incriminating himself in the murder investigation.
  81. In an unexpected turnabout, police had found the daily logbook of slain police lieutenant Edgar Vargas in Mike Henderson’s bedroom closet with his bloody fingerprints on it, as well as other incriminating evidence, including the weapon used to murder George Dearling.
  82. In building Seven, the data bases of the CIA and FBI and the Federal Security Commission containing the indictments of powerful corporate criminals were all conveniently destroyed when the 3 buildings collapsed into their own footprint; because they contained too much incriminating evidence of corruption at the top of American society and the American Govt.
  83. Given those observations and completely disregarding any possibility that the death had been a suicide, Charles had either willing allowed the individual to enter under false pretenses, perhaps insisting that Feltus had sent them with a message, or else had left the room briefly at which time the killer had sneaked inside to wait for the incriminating witness to return so as to silence him forever.
  84. Actually Lewis was thinking what a drongo Shepherd was, a blind monkey with a hammer up it’s arse could have solved this case, after all it was given to him on a plate, he just had to put the bit’s together, Lewis had reservations about Ted being a master criminal, Lewis, in fact, was beginning to believe Ted might be more dupe than criminal, he was uneasy with the convenient way the evidence was stacked against Ted, for a master criminal he’d stupidly left an inordinately large amount of incriminating evidence lying around, Ted fit the profile of a messenger a lot more than he did a master criminal, Lewis had an uncomfortable feeling Mr Ted Carr was being set up.
  1. His words incriminated all of us.
  2. They incriminated themselves with their own words.
  3. Why was some one so anxious to get possession of it? Because it incriminated him.
  4. At her request, the lab had given her a digital copy of all the information that incriminated Calvin.
  5. The IRS incriminated itself with a 1,500-page document dump answering four years of freedom-of-information.
  6. Moon incriminated herself, you’d already be covered by having told her that anything she said could be used against her?
  7. I wasn’t so sure Alistair would keep his mouth shut, but it didn’t matter now that he’d incriminated himself in front of two law enforcement officers.
  8. Mr Bloom promptly did as suggested and removed the incriminated article, a blunt hornhandled ordinary knife with nothing particularly Roman or antique about it to the lay eye, observing that the point was the least conspicuous point about it.
  1. Under the Serious Fraud Act of 1990 suspects questioned by the SFO have no right to silence and must answer questions and produce requested evidence, even if it incriminates them.
  2. Evil cannot stand an honest man! Evil cannot stand honesty! This one fact alone incriminates the entire western establishment and exposes how the evil of the powers that wanted to destroy Hitler and Germany still exist.

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1. Find Patrick and incriminate MacFife.
2. Bob would further incriminate himself.
3. You haven’t said anything to incriminate anyone or thing.
4. Again it was circumstantial but it helped to incriminate Olivera.
5. There’s no way I’d have let him incriminate me and split us up.
6. Christ, what if he also had some information that could incriminate him.
7. I decline to answer on the grounds that it might tend to incriminate me.
8. Despite the video, they had nothing! Nothing to positively incriminate Lance.
9. If you want to incriminate the system, all you have to do is sit around for ten minutes.
10. He took one last look around him to see if there was nothing else to incriminate all parties.
11. If it was done to try to incriminate me, it was done pretty amateurishly, because I have a rock-solid alibi.
12. He was sure he didn’t have anything in his office which would incriminate her, but he wanted to double-check.
13. I don’t know anything about it, she said, afraid to somehow incriminate herself with each further truth.
14. He had failed to retrieve George's laptop which contained the evidence that would incriminate him in shooting George.
15. You tell him you wont call 911 until he agrees to answer a series of questions - most of which will incriminate him.
16. Jarek made a quick check of the room, found nothing that could possibly incriminate him or Zeno, then returned to Irma.
17. Max thought for a moment, the whole point of him being there was to find anything that would incriminate The Organization.
18. After all, you never know she may have a hidden camera or recorder in here somewhere just waiting for me to incriminate myself.
19. However, that would probably also incriminate Frank DeSoto and the PUSSICAT CABARET, something Jennifer was loathe to see happen.
20. Should one of those questioning her believe her to be able to incriminate him, things would undoubtedly go very bad for her, very bad indeed.
21. Donovan was very careful with the documents and he did not want to incriminate the other lawyers, so he simply described what’s in the documents.
22. On leaving the building he did the same to the entrance door, suddenly aware that might have been observed, that he had only served to incriminate himself further.
23. Tanner began: Amy used her clues to force my client to go to these various venues, where she’d left evidence—Hannibal, his father’s house—so he’d incriminate himself.
24. One night, when the police came to search this house, the occupiers resolved to defend themselves, put out the light, and began destroying the things that might incriminate them.
25. Perhaps they had come here to retrieve or destroy some vital piece of evidence that they felt would incriminate them and that he had overlooked on the basis that it was probably irrelevant.
26. Allward's clothes, too, were free of suspicious stains, though in his case, that proved nothing, merely that he was smarter than the younger doctor and not nearly so likely to incriminate himself.
27. Ruis answered, No, tomorrow we send a forensics team back to the ruins of Nunes’ house and they are going to retest every single inch of that place to see if there is anything else to incriminate Vasquez.
28. He now knew that Vasquez had told a pack of lies to incriminate Diego Olivera especially when he read the statement from Gonzales that stated that Olivera drove up the Itajuba Road and passed Vasquez sitting in his patrol car.
29. Why was it called ‘the magic circle’? because all undead filth who violently violate the living auras of people leave their fingerprints behind; they always leave evidence behind, clues which can be used to incriminate them.
30. He was however confident that they would find nothing to put against him: the whole deal had been too well hidden, particularly on the Moscow end of it, and there was nothing left in Viktor’s warehouse that could incriminate him.
31. In the event that his questioning was unsuccessful, there were still the charges against Shannon in Boston to incriminate him, but the fingerprint results wouldn’t confirm the identity until after he had been run through the ringer and fired.
32. Though it may be beneficial in extracting information pertinent to both cases, it would probably not be fruitful in identifying Terence’s murderer, but in many instances witnesses had a tendency to unconsciously incriminate themselves while testifying.
33. One mistake had been made in not arresting Boone instantly, as he was allowed some few minutes during which he might have communicated with his friend the Lascar, but this fault was soon remedied, and he was seized and searched, without anything being found which could incriminate him.
34. Surely the man couldn't be that naive? Didn't he realise that he had just provided them with an excellent motive for murder? Had he killed Linda Wilks hoping to incriminate Melville-Briggs? At the very least, he could be sure that Sir Anthony would get some very damaging publicity, even if he wasn't suspected of the murder.
35. You’re afraid you’ll incriminate yourself, Lieutenant? Is that because Lynnette Lagrande conspired with you to put Keith Herman up to contracting hits on his family? Isn’t it true that it was Lynnette who wanted Jennifer and Lily Herman dead? She wanted to marry Keith Herman for his money, and then Keith would have an accident.
36. His internal strife was evident only in his twitching hand and inability to look directly at Feltus but was perfectly clear to the detective who waited patiently for a response from the man of the cloth torn between a desire to avenge the death of the young woman with his knowledgeable testimony that would incriminate the worthless husband and his dedication to his faith that would ultimately prevail over all by punishing the guilty for their deadly sins.
37. If any of her brothers or any of her sisters get physically hurt or injured by somebody in their relationship, that's when Dana would interfere and take action, just like she did when Sheena had hurt Robert! Dana had never bothered Sheena before that incident! She never interfered in Sheena and Robert's relationship until Sheena threw that rock at Robert's head, causing Robert to land bleeding in the hospital! That's when Dana interfered! But I believe that Dana was out there at the college to follow Sheena, Teresa, but she is not going to admit it to anybody! Dana is not going to admit to anybody that she was following Sheena! She's not going to incriminate herself! Dana never ever admits or talks about the violence that she does or the violence that she commits! If a person asks or questions Dana about the violence that she's accused of, she'll just tell the person that she doesn't want to talk about it! And she'll only tell them that one time! If the person dares to ask or question Dana about it again, she starts to blow up into a rage!.

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