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procure (false testimony or perjury)

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induce to commit perjury or give false testimony

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While this glaring inconsistency poses fascinating problems of analysis and interpretation, inventing a lost underlying story in which Kingu did in fact suborn Tiamat is not an attractive option; something else is at work here.
The public is increasingly concerned that drug and medical companies suborn scientists to present shoddy and even false research results that could harm both human research subjects and consumers of products approved as safe.
But worse than this, mafias with abundant funds to suborn politicians and the power to murder those who will not be bribed, challenge the rule of law and the prosperity of every country in which they are established.
And in their zeal to convict, the district attorneys are occasionally tempted to overlook mitigating evidence, pressure a witness, or suborn perjury.
Frame-ups for such crimes require prosecutors to suborn perjury, suppress exculpatory evidence, and coerce false confession.
And guilt-ridden white elites suborn and accommodate them, making their delusions all the more sustainable.
Criminal organizations now threaten not only to destabilize entire states, but also suborn entire governments.
Question 68: Do you admit or deny that on or about January 26, 1998, you had a conversation with Harold Ickes, in which you made statements to the effect that you had not asked anyone to change their story, suborn perjury or obstruct justice if called to testify or otherwise respond to a request for information from the Office of Independent Counsel or in any other legal proceeding?
Ostensibly authored by a French Counselor of State, the pamphlet so plausibly laid out the course by which Napoleon could control the Mississippi and suborn the whole South and West into his interest that it contributed to the pressures on President Jefferson that led him to enter into the Louisiana Purchase in 1803.
Great powers learn, normally through wars and so on, how to focus on big pictures and then suborn everything else to maintaining the big picture.
He was charged with intimidation of a witness, attempting to suborn perjury and two counts of conspiracy.
This was not a spontaneous outburst but a clearly orchestrated attempt to suborn local democracy.