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in·dict

 (ĭn-dīt′)
tr.v. in·dict·ed, in·dict·ing, in·dicts
1. Law To charge (a party) by indictment.
2. To accuse of wrongdoing or criticize severely: "[He] managed to indict the country's smug, liberal establishment whose lip service throttled the struggle for civil rights" (Bob Spitz).

[Alteration of Middle English enditen, to accuse, write a document; see indite.]

in′dict·ee′ (ĭn′dī-tē′) n.
in·dict′er, in·dict′or n.
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In less than a year of so-called and supposed "engagement" with his former enemies, Sudan's President General Omar Hassan Ahmed Al-Basheer--an ICC indictee and international fugitive) is fooling and insulting internationals.
Priebe also remarks that although two years have passed since the SPO was established, no indictee has yet been convicted, which creates a perception of impunity.
It was also a response to the Prosecutor's desire to move swiftly, in the face of political pressure and an empty docket until the arrest of its first indictee in 2006.
to act) in executing the arrest warrant against any ICC indictee present in the country.
BRUSSELS, June 15 (KUNA) -- The EU has said that it expects South Africa, a founding State Party of the International Criminal Court, to act in accordance with UN Security Council 1593, in executing the arrest warrant "against any ICC indictee present in the country.
Hassan Merhi, the fifth indictee, was added to this list in July 2013].
When interrogated by the Public Prosecution, the indictee admitted to the charges leveled at him and was referred to the High Criminal Court which handed him the afore-mentioned verdict.
Since 2012, the African Union-led forces have removed two of the LRA s top five commanders from the battlefield, and we have credible reporting that a third, Okot Odhiambo who was the LRA s second-in-command and an International Criminal Court indictee was killed late last year.
The detention of the final Libya ICC indictee now offers the Libyan authorities the opportunity to focus fully on rebuilding their country and continuing the transition to democracy.
The crucial thing in this whole matter is the unscrupulous involvement of the Macedonian Hague Tribunal indictee in the daily political showdown.
However, perhaps the most notorious ICTY indictee, former Bosnian Serb army chief Ratko Mladic, has not been turned over to the Tribunal.