1. An act intended to deceive or trick.
2. Something that has been established or accepted by fraudulent means.
tr.v. hoaxed, hoax·ing, hoax·es
To deceive or cheat by using a hoax.
If on the balance of probabilities it is more likely than not that someone is the blameless victim of a crime of violence then the Authority is likely to make an award. Please be advised that, as the test is on the balance of probabilities, the Authority may pay compensation even where an assailant is found not guilty in a Court of law. This is because, in a criminal court, the Crown must prove beyond all reasonable doubt that the assailant is guilty of the crime. Please find a link to our guidance at the following address in the public domain:
THE TRUTH IS THAT HOLLIE WAS ABUSED BY PERSON OR PERSONS UNKOWN
FIND OUT MORE HERE .
HOLLIE GRIEG NO MOTIVE TO LIE