condemnatory (part of speech: adjective)
accusing (part of speech: verb)
- Ventersburg was not destroying incriminating documents nor driving weary burghers from its solitary street. - "Notes of a War Correspondent", Richard Harding Davis.
- Can you think of a single way to clear Doctor West without incriminating yourself? - "Counsel for the Defense", Leroy Scott.
- We brought him along to the cells, and his box as well, for we thought there might be something incriminating; but, bar a big sharp knife such as most sailors have, we got nothing for our trouble. - "The Adventure of the Cardboard Box", Arthur Conan Doyle.