These claims are absolutely false, according to former interrogators such as carle and Kleinman.
“Prosecutions will divide us and not make these excesses less likely,” said carle.
“The whole ticking-time-bomb thesis is … so cockamamie,” said carle.
The carle said that he had heeded salt-boiling more than the ways of kings; and therewith he goes up to the king's house.
“That will be our supper to-night,” observed the carle, as he disengaged the spear.
But Goldilocks, he looked and longed, And saw how the carle the queen-bird wronged.
I'll never have the man who's wanting the strick of carle hemp in the making of him!'
Said the carle: "We have come the shortest way this bitter morning; that is all."
Then the carle said, “Another cup for the longer after youth!”
How sayest thou, carle; what if I were to set thee in the forefront of the press amongst the very knighthood?'
c.1300, "bondsman; common man, man of low birth," from Old Norse karl "man, male, freeman," from Proto-Germanic *karlon-, the same root that produced Old English ceorl "man of low degree" (see churl).
The Mellere was a stout carle for the nones [Chaucer]