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witch-hunt

'Whistleblowing', see there.
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Try telling that to the men and women who charge they were the victims of the military's witchhunts.
And the celebrations at Selly Manor in Bournville, Birmingham, will include a witchhunt.
The witchhunt was one of the strategies by which an increasingly urban aristocracy imposed its standards upon the recalcitrant countryside where Montaigne situated himself.
Neither the obvious hypocrisy of the press nor the irrationalityof the witchhunt should dispose of the problem the Hart scandal presents.
I am not a paedophile or pederast" Former Tory MP Harvey Proctor accuses the police of engaging in a homosexual witchhunt and denies any accusations that may have been made about him "Jeremy, hear it from me first.
Lawyers for Kerins and Flannery claimed the committee was on a witchhunt and they would not get a fair hearing.
MY enjoyment of the Winter Olympics was completely ruined by the blatant witchhunt against Scots speed skater Elise Christie.
A DAY after senior IAS officer Ashok Khemka wrote a protest letter to the Haryana chief secretary alleging a witchhunt against him for cancelling a land deal featuring Sonia Gandhi's son- in- law Robert Vadra, the state government has readied a third chargesheet against him.
Faith schools are falling victim to a Government witchhunt, according to a report published today.
But Hughes said: "As far as I am concerned I am the victim of a witchhunt.
Please stop this witchhunt on innocent dogs who have been made like that by their owners.
As a mother whose family was destroyed by draconian anti-kerb crawling punishment, not all imposed by the court, I wonder why the Chief Constable, if he really cares about the whole community, continues a witchhunt against young poor men entrapped by women with skirts halfway up their thighs, unlike rich men who use hotels and go free.