But like Knox, Sabrina changed her story several times and her alibi has yet to be corroborated.
The report has not been corroborated by any official American, Israeli or Jordanian source.
Over the past few years, pollsters repeatedly have corroborated the phenomenon.
This version of events is corroborated by Eliza's friend Milena Baroni, a 25-year-old law student from Rio.
It corroborated a lot of things I had learned about the basic structure of the mission and how it unfolded.
This limit has since been corroborated during the trials of the Turbinia.
Barton, with his arm in a sling, corroborated the lie with blunt cheerfulness.
The latter sat down quietly, without a word, and Holmes corroborated my deductions.
They are also corroborated by persons who have had the care of the insane in other institutions.
This opinion is corroborated by the remarks of several old persons whom we have consulted as to their recollections of the custom.
1530s, "to give (legal) confirmation to," from Latin corroboratus, past participle of corroborare "to strengthen, invigorate," from com- "together" or "thoroughly" (see com-) + roborare "to make strong," from robur, robus "strength," (see robust).
Meaning "to strengthen by evidence, to confirm" is from 1706. Sometimes in early use the word also has its literal Latin sense, especially of medicines. Related: Corroborated; corroborating; corroborative.