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    #1

    innocent

    Jo didn't say anything behind Paul but Paul and all people around are certain that Jo really did it.

    1) Shall I say, "Jo is innocent in this issue."

    2) Any better way to describe Jo's situation?

    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: innocent

    behind Paul- behind Paul's back??

    You could also say that Jo isn't to blame for this.

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    #3

    Re: innocent

    Ju.
    A few more ideas:
    Jo has been unfairly/wrongly accused of this.
    Everyone's pointing the finger but Jo's not at fault.
    Jo's blameless in this, despite what they say.

    not a teacher

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