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It also said it would have been “economically impossible” for Prospect to take over liability for the retirement system and called the receiver’s allegations about the company’s actions “false and unsubstantiated.”
In its responses for this story, Prospect made an array of unsubstantiated allegations about Aleman’s workplace conduct during his 12 years at the company.
One commenter wrote that this unsubstantiated rumor clearly meant that “Rihanna had what was coming to her.”Why We're So Hard on Janay Rice and Celebrity Survivors of Abuse|Amy Zimmerman|September 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This in no way changes the fact that Bryan Singer is innocent of these unsubstantiated lies.Bryan Singer Agreed to Settle Sex Abuse Lawsuit for $100,000, but Insists He’s Innocent|Tim Teeman|July 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This is just the latest example of contradictory and unsubstantiated information from unnamed sources leaking from Kuala Lumpur.
“Whispers” in this case, means “unsubstantiated and probably made up rumors.”Solange Is Blue Ivy’s Mom and Other Crazy Conspiracy Theories|Kevin Fallon|May 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
An unsubstantiated survey reports that 15.1 million of them are still shocked that Jeff Daniels won.Emmy Awards Score Ratings High, Jon Hamm May Undergo Surgery|Culture Team|September 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He conscientiously avoids the vague, the doubtful, the unsubstantiated.
Criticism and comment on well-known and admitted facts are very different things from the assertion of unsubstantiated facts.A Public Appeal for Redress to the Corporation and Overseers of Harvard University|Francis Ellingwood Abbot
The referee challenges the therapeutic claims on the basis that they are extravagant and unsubstantiated.
Then follows the unsubstantiated story which has done duty for Shakspeare and many other poets.Robert Burns|Gabriel Setoun
He failed to winnow the sound historical material from that which was unsubstantiated or improbable.