If the witness repudiates his affidavit or recants
his statements therein or gives testimony contradicting or altering substantially the tenor of his affidavit, the proceeding shall be terminated and the petition dismissed without prejudice to the prosecution of the witness for perjury.
If anything, the 39-year-old musician thought the SNL satire pulled its punches (at the end, Saint Nick recants
and gives kids in Kentucky lefty-leaning gifts like Margaret Cho CDs).
LAFCO may be withholding action until they see if the Newhall County Water District recants
their previous resolution.
Shepard argues, less conventionally, that "Faustus also recants
the antitheatrical axioms in Tambulaine and elsewhere that players have nothing to contribute to state security" (15).
In many cases, the witness recants
his or her out-of-court identification of the accused.
There are also selections that show nastiness (read "A Lunatic or a Traitor" on Marcus Garvey), naivete ("Socialism and the Negro Problem," in which he praises the dictator Stalin) and contrition ("Talented Tenth: A Memorial Address," in which he recants
his naive, elitist idea for the uplifting of the race).
Today's announcement and press release specifically recants
those prior allegations.
44] If she recants
, they will make her do so publicly (as they did, for example, Nicholas Shaxton) in a spectacle reaffirming their disciplinary power over subjects.