Can I use the idiom "Hold accountable" without putting someone's name as is required before the word accountable, like instead of this: hold someone accountable (for something), it would be like this: hold accountable (for something).
I need it to be in that form because I defined who is that someone as a pronoun:
They have to hold accountable for their actions.
If that is not acceptable then is to be charged considered a good replacement? (But without the with)
They have to be charged for their actions.
The meaning I intend, is: There is a group of people who are responsible for doing a conspiracy against someone named X. X discovered their conspiracy, so she says that they have to ____ for their actions/conspiracy.