"The torture of Rohingya returnees puts the lie to
Myanmar government promises that refugees who return will be safe and protected," HRW's deputy Asia director Phil Robertson stressed.
"It's a disturbing video indictment of the officers," Mark Geragos, whose firm is representing Hall's relatives, told (http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-fontana-police-video-20170118-story.html) the Los Angeles Times . "The video puts the lie to
the obviously falsified police account of what happened.
This puts the lie to
the idea, propounded by the agreement's boosters, that the nuclear deal would inevitably prompt a fundamental "reset" of relations between Tehran and the West.
This reality puts the lie to
faux-marriage advocates' claims that their actions won't lead to legal recognition of polygamy and other conceptions of "marriage." They are tacitly saying the right definition is wrong and are destroying its boundaries while refusing to establish new boundaries.
The immense scandal of Catholic priest sex abuse puts the lie to
the idea that adherence to a religious dogma inevitably results in moral conduct.
"It's unhelpful and I think it puts the lie to
the contention of the regime that they want a better relationship with us," he said.
''This operation puts the lie to
the classic, stereotypical profile that child predators are nothing more than unemployed drifters,'' said James Hayes, head of ICE's New York office.
The days are gone when Israel, initially seen as a haven for the Jews, could present itself as a victim state in a life and death struggle against Palestinian terrorists and intransigent Arab leaders reluctant to accept its existence (the 2002 Saudi-sponsored Arab Peace Initiative puts the lie to
Your refusal to communicate puts the lie to
En-bridge's claim, one that you yourself promised to the community at Bella Bella, that Enbridge was genuinely interested in communicating with the community, regardless of people's opinion of your project.
But news of the following instances of campus activism puts the lie to
the myth that those in the university exist in an ivory tower where idle theorizing occurs without a commitment to real-world problems.
1): This latest example of the abuse of power and authority by Cardinal Godfried Danneels, the former leader of the Belgian church, puts the lie to
statements made not so many years ago by members of the hierarchy that the sexual abuse of children by clergymen was uniquely an American phenomenon.
A recently declassified judicial opinion in the case of one of those detainees puts the lie to
TIM: It sort of puts the lie to
the idea that these are anything other than attempts to avoid raising money by other means.
Schatz puts the lie to
the notion that business kills art, showing instead how the interplay between studios' business and creative wings was responsible for creating so many classic films.