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  • the justification given for explaining his action is unbelievable!

  • the justification given to explain his action is unbelievable!

  • the justification given, explaining his action is unbelievable!

what is the best

I think the first one is the best because the justification was not the goal of his act not like Joe wrote a book to share his experiences more than joe got acclaims for writing a book and the action is already finished

  • Will you please edit the question and explain which one do you consider to be best, and why? And why are the others "not best"? Right now, your question looks like you want us to solve your homework, and we do not do that here. – virolino Apr 16 at 10:22
  • no it is not to solve my homework – user5577 Apr 16 at 10:32
  • All three examples mean slightly different things ... As usual, we need a bit more context to know which one fits best, and/or to adjust to fit. (Particularly No.2) – Mike Brockington Apr 16 at 10:32
  • what are the differences – user5577 Apr 16 at 10:33
  • there is no context, it is a sentence that I have imagined – user5577 Apr 16 at 10:53

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