Speaking to ANC's "The Bureau," Reynaldo Robles, Trillanes' lawyer said, that the Palace' statement "vindicates
the position of Trillanes that what they attempted to do during the last few days of trying to arrest him is illegal." "Now they are admitting that there was no warrant against him," he added.
I feel the above vindicates
President Lincoln's "united we stand--divided we fall" motive for the Civil War.
Man deserves punishment for the Fall because he had the power to do otherwise (as Skulsky argues in his defense of free will), but the nature of the punishment "vindicates
God's justice by impugning his love.
Though the discovery vindicates
her years of dedication to a project in which few had confidence, she finds she must now battle those, including the military, who would take over her work.
For these reasons, Tax Executives Institute urges your Administration to become involved in the Barclays case and to urge the Supreme Court to resolve the case in a manner that vindicates
both the Federal Government's preeminent role in setting foreign economic policy and the Foreign Commerce Clause rights of all taxpayers.
"The arbitrator ruling vindicates
our action," said Mike Mazzoni, executive vice president and general manager, Barton Beers Ltd.
BJP's stand that there was a large-scale loot of public resource, specifically of public land in Haryana, during the past Congress regime and that the public land was given to the Congress cronies and relatives of party leaders," said Sinha.
KEVIN RUTKIEWICZ has admitted promotion back to the SPL vindicates
his decision to quit St Johnstone and join Dunfermline midway through the campaign.
"It is particularly exciting to us because the deal with Ernst and Young vindicates
the judgment we made to acquire the site last year and enhances the viability of our second Times Square site across Seventh Avenue, the future home of the 48story Times Square Tower.
'I think that today totally vindicates
the position we took