Country: Lying Should Have Consequences

As the prosecuting attorney for the Ferguson case, Robert McCulloch, explained the Grand Jury’s decision regarding the police officer who defended himself from the attack of the young man, he expressed that “some of the eyewitnesses” said they did not actually see the incident. They qualified themselves by saying that they passed on what they heard others say.1 That is not only a lie, but a violation of due process of law. Continue reading