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1. Police had reportedly searched his flat and found incriminating evidence.
2. They were afraid of answering the questions and incriminating themselves.
3. A secret report incriminating the company was leaked last week.
4. They are afraid of incriminating themselves and say no more than is necessary.
5. No,[Sentencedict.com ] it was too incriminating to mention.
6. Even seemingly harmless facts may prove incriminating in light of other information Starr has unearthed.
7. Valle said he found the incriminating letter in the home of the hit man.
8. As he expected, he found nothing incriminating, Spencer would be far too careful for that.
9. Long, incriminating passages in the document were highlighted with a yellow marker.
10. The incriminating conversations that followed were recorded using hidden spy cameras.
11. During the trial, several prosecution witnesses reportedly retracted incriminating statements they had earlier made against the defendants.
12. The incriminating fears of the effects of a faculty and student affair were all pushed aside.
13. He altered the document to remove incriminating evidence.
14. It can then be deposited on another(sentencedict.com), perhaps incriminating object.
15. They alleged that scientists, supposedly objective, interpreted DNA test results in the most incriminating way possible.
16. The problem with this poisoning business was that the preliminary research was horribly incriminating.
17. He covered her over and ran the torch around the dirt, checking that he had not left any incriminating clues.
18. She may have a shady past, but she knows an incriminating thing or two about everyone, including Georges and Catherine.
19. They put the susper under arrest after finding him with incriminating cvidence.
20. Meanwhile, the other members of Team Themis deny they wanted to push the operations as far as Barr did—despite the volumes of incriminating e-mails.
21. All of these are the main contents of the study of self - incriminating system in our country.
22. He listened to Smillie 's recounting of all the incriminating circumstances.
23. Concealment devices basically could be any every day object, in which you hide potentially incriminating materials.
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