“I am able to confirm that South Wales Police is investigating this allegation,” he said.
The allegation may or may not be true, but it is not implausible.
When the first allegation against Herman Cain came out, you saw that, but as more and more allegations came out, it changed.
For the French cops, 14 years of Fayed conspiracy campaigning has represented one enormous “allegation.”
Mitchell resigned his post, but that allegation is hotly disputed and is currently the subject to a police investigation.
As to the other points in her allegation, Priscilla had no better or broader foundation.
Burke shook his head emphatically in denial of the allegation.
Blount, at his trial, confessed there was no foundation for the allegation.
He wished very much to deny the allegation, or at least to dodge the truth.
So the request was made of me to contact Mr. Wade to find out if that allegation was in the indictment.
early 15c., "action of alleging," from Middle French allégation, from Latin allegationem (nominative allegatio) "a sending, despatching," noun of action from past participle stem of allegare (see allege).