disaffected person

disaffected person

A person who is alienated or estranged from those in authority or lacks loyalty to the government; a state of mind.
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In addition, Oliver Prentice was also a disaffected person and accused of treason.
Frankly I can't see why 'unauthorised' stories like this warrant much interest, but perhaps to Cherie they reveal some disaffected person close to home wasn't playing ball.
An assumption my argument makes is that all of the persons involved--including not only the disaffected person(s) but also those who made choices leading to the scenario under which the disaffected persons are unlucky and disappointed--are equal moral agents and thus deserve to have their choices respected as much as anyone else's choices (see Rakowski 1991 and Otteson 2006).