post facta

post factum

[pohst fak-tuhm]
noun
after the fact; ex post facto: She will announce her decision and then give us a post factum statement of the reasons for it.

Origin:
1685–95; < Latin: after (the) deed

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post factum
1692, from L., lit. "after the fact."
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