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One guilty of misfeasance.

[Anglo-Norman mesfesor, from mesfere, to do wrong; see misfeasance.]
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27) If the misuse occurred during a temporary duty assignment, the misfeasor may also be held "responsible for any additional cost resulting from unauthorized use.
Do the novelists implicitly disagree with tribunals' pragmatic choices to go after the leading war criminals--the "big fish"--leaving the petty misfeasors free to roam in society alongside their former victims?
Further, public campaigns against corporate misfeasors are usually resource intensive, and can take weeks or months before they begin to bite.