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.
I'll never have the man who's wanting the strick of carle hemp in the making of him!'
But Goldilocks, he looked and longed, And saw how the carle the queen-bird wronged.
“That will be our supper to-night,” observed the carle, as he disengaged the spear.
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]