False Accusation
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False Accusation is determined to be false determined by corroborating evidence might be divided into several categories: an allegation which is completely false in that the events that had been alleged did certainly not occur; an claims that describes situations that did happen, but were perpetrated by someone who is certainly not accused; and an allegation which is partially true in addition to partially false, in that it mixes descriptions of events that really happened with other events that would not occur.

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