In fact, anything and everything probably has:
France’s former president Nicolas Sarkozy has been charged with corruption and influence peddling, French prosecutors said Wednesday, a dramatic move in a criminal probe that could wreck his hopes of a political comeback.
The decision came after Mr Sarkozy was questioned for 15 hours, marking the first time a French ex-head of state had been taken into custody in a criminal investigation.
I wouldn’t say I would be horribly surprised if it was found that there had been some odd goings on. But nor would I be all that surprised to be informed that there hadn’t been but that investigating loudly and publicly was thought to be a good way of getting Sarko out of the way.