Asked • 07/29/19

What does "…not immune to such charges" mean?

This is a GRE text completion sentence>To claim that the prevailing account of an important incident, whether it happened last century or last week, is corrupted by disinformation is to enter _______ waters, for any subsequent account offered is similarly _______ such charges.These were the options for each blank, the emboldened ones being the right choices.familiar uncharted **treacherous** related to guilty of **not immune to**What is the sentence talking about when they say "for any subsequent account offered is similarly not immune to such charges." What charges? Because I don't quite understand the second part of the sentence I have a hard time picking a choice as well.

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