Mr Byrne is still smarting over accusations that he prevaricated
for months before taking France to court for refusing to import British beef.
Kelly, having sent a letter charging Shearer, told Newcastle to hide it in a drawer while he and the FA prevaricated
. They then agreed on a hearing in camera at which Shearer was cleared.
Before his death he confided in gal pal Joanne Carson that, regarding his wildly prevaricated
life, "if that's not the way it was, that's the way it should have been." With no apologies to Capote, Plimpton and company have set the record straight.
(To call them "self-serving" would be redundant.) The headline-grabbing excerpts in Time revealed that Bush supported the arms sales to Iran and, after the operation was blown, prevaricated
about his role.
Yet again we have seen a high profile case where senior police officers have been proved to have lied, prevaricated
and conspired to hide the truth from the public.
In what is now turning out to be a massive PR disaster for them, the Football Association have prevaricated
consistently over the past few weeks, regularly changing their stance about the reasons for not awarding City authorisation to play competitive matches.