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one who assists a lawbreaker in a wrongful or criminal act

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This might have been the language of an able conspirator conciliating a weak spirit.
Then the Second Conspirator - he who believed in "joining hands with the practical branches" - began to laugh, and on recovering his gravity said, "Gentlemen, I consider this will be a lesson to us.
His curiosity would have been satisfied had he seen Dan Grady, discredited regimental conspirator, trying to explain to his thirsty comrades in India the non-arrival of funds from New York.
The conspirators, led by Dan Grady and Horse Egan, poured in daily.
For whereas in general the conspirator has to fear before the execution of his plot, in this case he has also to fear the sequel to the crime; because on account of it he has the people for an enemy, and thus cannot hope for any escape.
At this moment, and in the middle of this idle conversation, under the light tone of which the two conspirators concealed their joy and pride at their mutual success, Aramis heard something which made him prick up his ears.
It was not until the old lady was fairly ensconced in her usual arm- chair in the drawing-room, and the preliminary embraces and inquiries had taken place between the ladies, that the conspirators thought it advisable to submit her to the operation.
For example, in an initial transaction that involved the sale by the current owner, the conspirators convinced a financial institution holding the mortgage to accept the sale of the target property at a loss, usually to a buyer who was a conspirator or an entity controlled by the fraud ring.
Lacson cited a Supreme Court (SC) ruling in 2010, which states that 'the act or declaration of the conspirator relating to the conspiracy and during its existence may be given in evidence against co-conspirators provided that the conspiracy is shown by independent evidence aside from the extrajudicial confession.
McDonald, he said, was the link between England and Wales, and Scotland, and he had very close connections to the main conspirator in Scotland and would be trusted to pay over thousands of pounds.
Summary: Welcoming the Afzal Guru's execution, the BJP leader had said Guru was "a conspirator in waging war against the nation and responsible for attack on the temple of democracy (Parliament) in India.
MOVING: Conspirator Natalie ' Mother's Day is a stomach-churning remake of Charles Kaufman's low-budget 1980 trash horror of the same name.
Also starring Kevin Kline, Tom Wilkinson and Toby Kebbell, The Conspirator delivers plenty of messages about the perils of trampling civil rights in times of national crisis.
THE CONSPIRATOR (12A, 123 MINS) ON April 14, 1865, John Wilkes Booth assassinated the 16th US president, Abraham Lincoln (Gerald Bestrom, as part of a conspiracy.
A riveting thriller directed by Robert Redford, The Conspirator tells a powerful and true story about the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.