Definition of unsealed
: not sealed
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A criminal complaint against four of the five was unsealed June 26, shortly after about 200 law enforcement and state corrections officers searched the jail in downtown Kansas City for contraband.
But the unsealed agreement revealed the entire $1.25 million is to be paid by the city through installments over the next four years.
Jeffrey Taufield, a Crestview spokesman, declined to comment on the unsealed emails or the trial over the fund’s sale demand.
According to the indictment unsealed June 7, Panesar, 69, and Hastie, 47, of Tijuana, falsely claimed to be DHS agents since at least 2014.
The indictment, unsealed Wednesday, stems from a more than year-long investigation by the inspector general of the U.S. Department of Justice.
An indictment was unsealed Wednesday afternoon, charging 12 people — including the father of retired NFL player Michael Vick — in connection with a large-scale heroin distribution operation in Hampton Roads.
Any unsealed jars should be refrigerated and eaten promptly.
The unsealed deposition was central to Cosby's ongoing criminal case.
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