From a political perspective, the erroneous but strategic conflation of inequality and mobility makes obvious sense.
This is a conspiracy to convict the captain when the core team made the erroneous decisions together.
“These pilots were confronted with serious technical problems and erroneous indications of speed,” said Derivry.
straying from a wise or right path
Latin errare 'to wander'
late 14c., from Old French erroneus and directly from Latin erroneus "vagrant, wandering" (in Late Latin "erroneous"), from erronem (nominative erro) "vagabond," from errare "to wander, err" (see err). Related: Erroneously.