proofless

proofless

(ˈpruːflɪs)
adj
lacking proof
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In a statement read to reporters by his lawyer, Oh Young-joong, Kim said the verdict was "unacceptable" because it was based on "proofless claims" and a "false confession" by the political blogger.
My totally proofless hunch, therefore, is that the CMF organisers, concerned at the trend, decided to make a virtue out of fixing this year's election.
Like required dissection: proofless inside the ice box--the bachelor & his sexed up Hansels on fondant.