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HOW bizarre that Mark Riordan (Letters, February 27) can castigate Paul McCartney about the situation in Iraq.
McCaffrey's over-the-top reaction - which included a trip to Albuquerque arranged especially so he could castigate Johnson on his home turf - suggests how desperate drug warriors are to maintain the illusion of monolithic support for their never-ending crusade.
WHILE I have the greatest sympathy for the Menezes family, I am shocked at the way some commentators have used the tragic shooting to castigate Met police chief Sir Ian Blair or pre-empt the inquiry.
SCOTLAND manager Berti Vogts was forced to interrupt a post-match interview to castigate defender Christian Dailly for an outburst following the Euro 2004 defeat in Germany.
It might seem mealy-mouthed to castigate this proud man but that's what I do.
My family and I fully support Mayor James Hahn's position on expanded SLO activity and castigate Chief Parks for his unenlightened stand regarding this subject.
You might think it's fun to castigate the governor, guys,'' Davis said.
We castigate disgraced LAPD Rampart Officer Rafael Perez and rail at expected $200 million taxpayers' costs of suits filed by people unfairly jailed, even paralyzed by police acts at Rampart - yet where is the criticism of Chief Bernard Parks?
AS SOMEONE who is rather more partial to chardonnay than is good for them, I'm hesitant to castigate the excesses of girls who, according to the Chief Medical Officer, are turning to drink.
Fr Jim Tobin felt moved to castigate his flock in Baltimore for having short arms and deep pockets when the collection plate did its rounds.
Led by a priest, family members and neighbors, the villagers castigate Martin, effectively driving him from the Artigat.
Well, Dowd, perhaps you should take a few minutes to read just your prejudices and learn what Christianity is all about before you castigate someone for simply stating what the Bible (and of course, Jesus himself) said.
Their mission is not to castigate gang members but to promote peace,'' Morrison said.
He also had to castigate a health board for trying to hush up the incident and influence the evidence given by nurses.
As Gingrich was toppled, rivals already were targeting Livingston as just the sort of legislative technocrat, wide-spectrum compromiser and back-room friend of Democrats whom the revolutionaries of 1994 loved to castigate.