Now, well, ya see, this is where you'll get an argument from me:
Suspect actions can be deliberate but they can also be functions of the mechanics of human bodies we do not understand. Could anyone have imagined that a study would find 99% of bowlers in cricket straighten their arm to some degree?
An action with an accidental irregularity (speed wobble) is far less problematic than an action with an intentional bending (doosra).
Also, no mention of the inconvenient truth that Murali's action was indeed a chuck and did indeed exceed 15° and was not a racist optical illusion since Murali already had a bent arm.