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Torture destroys solidarity: the person who has talked and who is seen by his former comrades as a denunciator, will no longer be a comrade.
One denunciator of the Puritans in 1861 wrote that "to honor authority, as authority from God, is the highest reach of human thought." Net-Puritan Confederates like Hall would have agreed, even as they insisted that accomplishing this submission required something quite different than glorifying a royalist Cavalier past.
(If I did, I would feel like a denunciator.) So here are some quotes from Serbian reporters that are not attributed.
On this occasion, the denunciator, Ana Maria, interrupted the pious tenor of the moment to observe that the wall beside which they stood was very near to the recess where she and another witness had seen an accused "sorcerer", Cristobal Chumbi Guaman (alias Llaguas), performing a suspicious act of worship.
Even more striking is the interest of Soviet militant and scientific atheists in the missionary denunciators of Islam in the Tsarist era.
(9) The field in which women were most strongly represented was among denunciators, around 30 percent of whom were female.