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in a corrupt manner

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The ICC said he also corruptly, or attempting to corruptly influence a female witness P-0536 by offering to pay her and her husband Sh1.
They acted dishonestly and corruptly and did unprecedented damage to the sport of track and fiel.
But for Blatter to keep on giving interviews suggesting the legal investigation of FIFA is corruptly political is as corrupt, well as FIFA itself.
The jury did not buy this story and convicted him of corruptly endeavoring to obstruct or impede the due administration of the internal-revenue laws, in violation of Sec.
corruptly (FCPA anti-bribery provisions differ from most other fraud statutes in that they require that the intent be corrupt.
Dubai: Yemeni ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh is suspected of corruptly amassing as much as $60 billion, equivalent to Yemen's annual GDP, during his long rule, and colluding in a militia takeover last year, UN-appointed investigators have told the Security Council.
Four other counts of tax evasion and one count of corruptly endeavoring to obstruct the Internal Revenue Service were dropped by prosecutors as part of the plea deal.
However with the best will in the world someone has got to see sense and realise relocating these people is not the solution, the whole lot could be shifted to the other side of the world but it is the people corruptly running the countries in most cases and aided by corporation profits that needs addressing.
The former player was also charged for corruptly offering $500 to one of the officers so that the charges could be avoided.
But we need to be just as scared of the new Russia, ruled corruptly and ruthlessly by Putin.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police Assistant Commissioner Gilles Michaud said Duffy is suspected of corruptly obtaining, or trying to obtain, the C$90,000 from Wright.
Spot-fixing is when a player corruptly influences a specific element of a match, for example by intentionally getting a yellow card or conceding a corner, without trying to fix the final score.
Section 36 of the Anti-Corruption Act states that, "A public officer commits an offence who knowingly and corruptly, and otherwise than as a member of a registered joint stock company consisting of more than 20 persons, acquires or holds, directly or indirectly, a private interest in any contract, agreement or investment emanating from or which is made on account of the public body.
He [Barasa] is charged with several offences against the administration of justice, including corruptly influencing or attempting to corruptly influence ICC witnesses", the ICC said in a statement on Wednesday.
As with the personal assets -- often corruptly acquired -- of other fallen autocrats, such as Egypt's Hosni Mubarak and Tunisia's Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, the treasure hunters are facing major obstacles as they seek to identify assets and determine who has ownership of them.