ニュースの中での Prosecute

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The Age
· From the Archives, 1925: The Scopes 'monkey trial'  
DARWINISMSuppressive U.S.A. EffortsTEACHER PROSECUTED
Malay Mail
· Netanyahu lashes out at ‘ludicrous’ graft charges as trial begins  
In the latter role, Shany said, the premier will be “fighting very aggressively and maybe effectively to weaken the government authorities that are prosecuting him”.
NBCNews.com
· Netanyahu stands trial on charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust  
The three former colleagues have since struck a deal with the prosecution that they won’t be prosecuted for their own involvement in the cases in return for them providing evidence against Netanyahu.
The Guardian
· Defence of Dominic Cummings is shameful, says ex-Durham police chief  
Under his leadership, Durham police pioneered alternatives to prosecutions and Barton said prosecuting or fining Cummings would have been pointless.
The New York Times
· Netanyahu Corruption Trial Begins, Taking Israel Into Uncharted Territory  
Mr. Shany said there was a “basic incompatibility” between Mr. Netanyahu’s running the government and his “fighting as a defendant, and fighting very aggressively and maybe very effectively, in order to weaken the authorities of government that are prosecuting him.”
Malay Mail
· Netanyahu’s ‘unprecedented’ corruption trial to open  
In the latter role, Shany says, the premier will be “fighting very aggressively and maybe effectively to weaken the government authorities that are prosecuting him”.
The Guardian
· Dominic Cummings clearly broke rules, says ex-police chief  
One does not need to prosecute in every case.”
The Guardian
· Isis fighter Britons could be charged over ‘conflict selfies’  
So far just 40 individuals have been prosecuted following their return, partly because of the complexities in retrieving evidence from the battlefield.
Hong Kong Free Press
· Hong Kong security law may mean ‘joint’ criminal probes with mainland, parliament adviser Maria Tam says  
If someone is arrested and prosecuted, Tam said, “it will be done all within the existing Hong Kong legal system”.
NBCNews.com
· Trump's firing of government watchdogs chips away at America's checks and balances  
It seems crazy to imagine any president would go still further and use the law enforcement powers of the U.S. government to investigate and prosecute political opponents — at least after President Richard Nixon.