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indisputable evidence (especially of a crime)

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The neighbor, identified by the Smoking Gun as 72-year-old Elmer Morrison, was about 15 feet away from Brown when he allegedly noticed she had a silver pocket knife in her left hand.
A Smoking Gun reporter discovered the breach and alerted the U.
Mathers Briggs filed a 10,000-dollar lawsuit claming his son suffered a concussion and a temporary loss of vision, the damage that was eventually dismissed on the grounds of "governmental immunity," the Smoking Gun reported.
And we - the Americans, the British - have never really recovered from that because of course there was no smoking gun," he said.
The directors of Smoking Gun take responsibility for this announcement.
Times posted the FBI "documents" on which it based its Shakur story that allowed The Smoking Gun to discover they were phony.
Now according to John Hechinger and Daniel Goldin of The Wall Street Journal, a smoking gun has been discovered.
IF WE HAD KNOWN THAT THE SMOKING GUN WOULD COME AS A HURRICANE CLOUD, WE WOULD'VE MOVED HEAVEN AND EARTH .
Salihee certainly appears to be one of these witnesses, uncovering the smoking gun behind a series of what appear to be Rumsfeld-ordered war crimes.
Perhaps they can use Sullivan's essay as the smoking gun for why AIDS doesn't matter anymore in America.
BUDDING starlets of Liverpool will have their chance to shine 'In The Spotlight' this summer, as the Smoking Gun Production Company launches its First Liverpool Youth Theatre Summer School.
The FTAA is thus merely a regional administrative arm of the UN, and the Tripartite Committee is the smoking gun that exposes this otherwise concealed subservience.
If the Senate has been looking for a smoking gun, this is it," said Lynn.
This leads to the ironic conclusion that--like not shredding paper documents--companies must retain their emails, even if they're keeping a smoking gun on their hands.
Chasan-Taber L and Stampfer M, Oral contraceptives and myocardial infarction--the search for the smoking gun, editorial, New England Journal of Medicine, 2001, 345(25):1841-1842.