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Reply to "The criminal is suspected of being aided by other individuals"

@Mark454 posted:

From what I know "having been done", just like "having done" can be replaced with "being done" and "doing" because they have the same meaning when they refer to a past action. Is this correct?

Please reread what I explained above. "doing" and "being done" can only refer to the past if the reporting verb ("suspect," in this case) is in the past.

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