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involving or being or having the nature of a crime

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The police found that Kelly was in possession of a pornographic image of a 15-year-old student where he is seen "engaging in sexual activity consisting of holding his erect penis in his hand." Kelly also "did feloniously take indecent liberties" with the boy between August 2016 and February 2017.
The number of police officers feloniously kil Image Credit: AP Washington Post
The charge read that "on the 7th day of March 1908, at Carnarvon, feloniously did cause grievous bodily harm to one Annie Williams, with intent in so doing, then and thereby feloniously, wilfully, and of his malice aforethought, to kill and murder the said Annie Williams" A detailed report in the Carnarvon and Denbigh Herald said when Evans was brought into court a murmur went through the court.
The FBI's Law Enforcement Officer's Killed and Assaulted report reveals that more officers are feloniously killed in hours of darkness than during daylight, yet most cops receive little training in low-light shooting.
A jury later returned a verdict that Rex was "feloniously killed by some person or persons unknown".
Activists from across the political spectrum have long argued that Americans at the confab are feloniously violating the Logan Act.
The wife's mother, who would be entitled to the policy benefits if husband were found to have feloniously and intentionally killed wife, defaults in the action.
According to information released by the FBI, 56 law enforcement officers were feloniously killed in the line of duty last year, 72 died in accidents while performing their duties and 53,469 were assaulted in the line of duty.
* Of the officers feloniously killed, 21 were employed by city police departments, including 6 who were members of law enforcement agencies in cities with 250,000 or more inhabitants.
The charge against them is that they did feloniously kill and slay Gwenllian Llewellyn, Cecilian Hopkins, Margaret Harris and 21 other at Aberavon.
and I am in the bushes, keeping watch, feloniously thinking, the one
Narrative presentations provide detailed summaries concerning the death of each officer feloniously killed in the line of duty that year.
(1) Violation of the 92nd Article of War, with the further specification that "with malice and aforethought, [he] willfully, deliberately, feloniously, unlawfully, and with premeditation kill[ed] one, J.E.
(38) For example, when Roger de Harleston, archdeacon of Cambridge and Henry de Bongheye came to Walden Abbey in June of 1349, the records note they feloniously raped and abducted (felonice rapuerunt et abduxerunt) Katherine wife of Hugh Veysee, and feloniously carried away goods of the said Hugh to the value of forty pounds.