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Allegation

In law, a claim that a party to a proceeding makes and states that he/she is able to prove. For example, one may allege in a lawsuit that another party has committed fraud. If the second party is found liable for fraud, one is said to have proven one's allegation.
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In another incident Property dealer 7 years old daughter has been allegedly abducted by unidentified persons.
Bradley then allegedly asked to meet the girl in a motel in Eugene and arranged a time and date to engage in sex with her and two of her friends, a supposed 9-year-old girl and a pregnant 11-year-old girl.
ON February 19 between 3am and 11am a suspect entered a car park on Heathfield Street and allegedly stole a yellow Seat Ibiza.
The men allegedly stole SR148,000 in cash and goods worth SR50,000.
After drawing a blank, investigators allegedly resorted to torture.
Aponte to leave, but he allegedly grabbed two knives from the kitchen and told her, "Give me the $8 or your life.
The cricket lads won because of the - allegedly - extra effort and skill needed in - allegedly - remembering how many - allegedly - no-balls had been bowled and how many - allegedly - were still needed to - allegedly - fulfil the current order.
On Saturday Moat, 37, allegedly shot Samantha Stobbart, killed her boyfriend Chris Brown and fled.
A BAHRAINI man, who allegedly had sex with his teenage girlfriend, will hear his verdict in July.
The arrests, in cases totaling an estimated fraud value of more than $600,000, included a former corrections officer allegedly working as a bouncer at an upstate night dub, a Bronx beverage distributor, a Department of Motor Vehicles estimator, and a Nassau County crane erection company allegedly operating without workers' compensation insurance.
BRITISH Transport Police are appealing for information after a National Express train passenger was allegedly assaulted at the weekend.