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A transmission electron microscope revealed the culprit: spherical, with “quite distinctive spikes” reminiscent of a crown or the corona of the sun.
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However, rates have been better than in the spring of 2016, when the culprit was an excess of new ships that had been built between 2014 and 2015, combined with weak seasonal demand.
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The culprits, 17-year-old Lee Malvo and 41-year-old John Muhammad, were later tried and convicted.
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Amid acute emotional and economic trauma, the desire to identify and punish a culprit can certainly be tempting.
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Whether it’s the death of George Floyd and the ensuing unrest, the growing body count of the coronavirus, or international emergencies ranging from Venezuela to North Korea, Trump has settled on a tactic: Declare that the event “should never have happened,” and find some culprit who failed to prevent it.
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Depending on who is talking, the culprits might be the radical left, the far right, white nationalists, anarchists, anti-fascists or members of the anti-government “boogaloo” movement that promotes civil war.
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That followed Trump and Attorney General William Barr earlier pointing to anti-fascist organizers and anarchists as culprits behind the violent protests following the death of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, at the hands of Minneapolis police.