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  • After Pearl Jam’s testimony before Congress, Congressman Dingell (D-Mich.) wrote a bill requiring full disclosure to prevent Ticketmaster from burying escalating service fees.
  • Wikipedia: Pearl Jam
  • After reviewing testimony that the Fitzgerald had passed near shoals north of Caribou Island, the USCG Marine Board examined the relevant navigational charts.
  • Wikipedia: SS Edmund Fitzgerald
  • Although much of his focus was on technical and scientific issues, he had an interest in divination and the supernatural, the latter including his vivid description of unidentified flying objects from eyewitness testimony.
  • Wikipedia: Shen Kuo
  • An eyewitness testimony right after the sinking refers to a survivor who was a Fleming, and the pilot may very well have been French.
  • Wikipedia: Mary Rose
  • An informal investigation meant that testimony was not required to be taken under oath, witnesses were not advised of their rights, defense attorneys were not present, and no one, including the deceased, could be charged with a crime no matter what the evidence revealed.
  • Wikipedia: USS Iowa turret explosion
  • As a result of Wong Kim Ark's U.S. citizenship being confirmed by the Supreme Court, Wong's eldest son came to the United States from China in 1910, seeking recognition as a citizen via jus sanguinis, but U.S. immigration officials claimed to see discrepancies in the testimony at his immigration hearing and refused to accept Wong's claim that the boy was his son.
  • Wikipedia: United States v. Wong Kim Ark
  • As part of that testimony Hobbs reported 215 cars from the Rogers White Lime Company and 216 cars of pit props and railroad ties being hauled on the Monte Ne portion of the railway in 1917.
  • Wikipedia: Monte Ne
  • Before 1972, the history of slavery in the United States largely ignored the testimony of the enslaved.
  • Wikipedia: The Slave Community
  • Bodie offers McNulty testimony against Marlo and his crew, but is shot dead on his corner by O-Dog, a member of Marlo's crew.
  • Wikipedia: The Wire
  • Both explicit testimony by his contemporaries and strong circumstantial evidence of personal relationships with those who interacted with him as an actor and playwright support Shakespeare's authorship.
  • Wikipedia: Shakespeare authorship question
  • Congressional hearings, which included testimony by Douglas MacArthur, investigated his death and the pattern of systemic hazing of freshmen.
  • Wikipedia: United States Military Academy
  • Each of these commissions included two local knights who would take sworn testimonies in each village from four villagers and the bailiffs or estate officials of those barons holding land in the village.
  • Wikipedia: Carucage
  • Finally, Bradley cited irregularities in the proceedings of the contest committee, including giving insufficient time for the review of testimony provided in written form by Taylor and Marshall's legal representation.
  • Wikipedia: William O'Connell Bradley
  • He additionally studied straight speech, from John Dean's Watergate testimony to the stories of African American former slaves.
  • Wikipedia: Remain in Light
  • He knew that the only testimony against them would come from a nine-year-old girl, and that King James had cautioned judges to examine carefully the evidence presented against accused witches, warning against credulity.
  • Wikipedia: Samlesbury witches
  • In 2009, Molly Kronberg, widow of Kenneth Kronberg, sued LaRouche in federal court for the Eastern District of Virginia, in Alexandria, alleging that he and his associates libelled and harassed her on account of her compelled testimony in the 1988 case which led to his conviction.
  • Wikipedia: LaRouche criminal trials
  • In one incident, his damning testimony against former student Bernard Peters was selectively leaked to the press.
  • Wikipedia: J. Robert Oppenheimer
  • In testimony before the House Armed Services Committee investigation into the affair in October 1949, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Omar Bradley, doubted that there would ever be another large scale amphibious operation.
  • Wikipedia: President Truman's relief of General Douglas MacArthur
  • It is written from the point of view of a science journalist with explanations and testimonies backing his predictions.
  • Wikipedia: The World Without Us
  • Judge Appleby eventually cut off funds for any further expert defense testimony.
  • Wikipedia: Assata Shakur
  • Kenealy's own witnesses included Bogle and Biddulph, who remained steadfast, but more sensational testimony came from a sailor called Jean Luie, who claimed that he had been on the Osprey during the rescue mission.
  • Wikipedia: Tichborne case
  • Michael and Lori Fortier testified against McVeigh and Nichols; Michael was sentenced to 12 years in prison for failing to warn the U.S. government, and Lori received immunity from prosecution in exchange for her testimony.
  • Wikipedia: Oklahoma City bombing
  • Moore (1994), however, believes that Canning was probably innocent, explaining the discrepancies between her and the Squires' testimonies as understandable omissions and modifications, and placing much emphasis on the ability of those men in power to follow their own pursuits—often at the expense of others.
  • Wikipedia: Elizabeth Canning
  • Moosally's testimony was widely reported in the media.
  • Wikipedia: Fred Moosally
  • Morrow further showed that other testimony against his client was false.
  • Wikipedia: Edwin P. Morrow
  • Mumia supporters often claim that White was a police informant and that she falsified her testimony against Abu-Jamal.
  • Wikipedia: Mumia Abu-Jamal