Sunday, December 28, 2014

Ferguson Prosecutor Admits He Knew Some Witnesses Were Lying, But Called Them To Testify Anyway

From the WaPo, we learn that Robert McCulloch, prosecutor in St. Louis County, Ferguson, MO, has disclosed, a month after he announced the grand jury's no-true-bill on officer Darren Wilson's killing of the unarmed Michael Brown, that he (McCulloch) knew some of the witnesses he put on the stand were lying... but he was determined to allow all self-announced witnesses of the killing to testify, good, bad or ugly perjuring.

Wilson — Brown
And he's not going to prosecute any of those for perjury, not even those he now claims are surely lying.

Some days I just want to sit down and cry. Other days, I want to stand up and scream. Neither response will change a damned thing.

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