But it remains a moral crime to vilify good cops who have made the city safe, saving thousands of lives.
Characters in the book do make such criticisms, but they cannot amount to blasphemy because they do not vilify God or the Prophet.
But that does not mean you vilify them or trash their personality.
And there is the additional fear in these types of cases that the public will vilify the victim, not a celebrity wrongdoer.
With few Yankees left to vilify, Venezuela continues its slow motion spin into disrepair.
The books published in Chicago are of a rather low type, and among them are many whose sole purpose it is to vilify the Church.
"Even that may be more pardonable than to vilify a good one," said Mary.
To strike or even to vilify the slaves of another was a very serious thing.
The vulgar, wherever he passed, were instigated to reproach and vilify him.
Robert Beverley said it was his constant practice to browbeat and vilify both lawyers and their clients.