Denunciation

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A "Lion's Mouth" postbox for anonymous denunciations at Doge's Palace in Venice. Text translation: "Secret denunciations against anyone who will conceal favors and services or will collude to hide the true revenue from them".

Denunciation (from Latin denuntiare, to denounce) is the act of publicly assigning blame of a perceived wrongdoing to a person with the hopes of bringing attention to it.[1]

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  1. ^ "denounce". Merriam-Webster. Retrieved July 20, 2018.