Why won’t McCulloch charge Witness #40 with perjury? Time for a special prosecutor, new grand jury

Calling McElroy forward as a material witness to a shooting, knowing that she was not a witness at all, may actually be a federal crime. There is no doubt that McElroy committed perjury over and over again. She was told explicitly that if she testified that she witnessed this shooting when she was not anywhere near the scene, she would be committing a crime. But she doubled down repeatedly and was even allowed to present to the grand jury a fake journal she said she kept from the day of the shooting as a form of evidence proving that she was indeed a witness. The prosecutors are on record in the grand jury proceedings actually asking her to bring the journal with her when she returns to testify.

Zie ‘Why won’t McCulloch charge Witness #40 with perjury? Time for a special prosecutor, new grand jury‘.

20-12-2014 12.25 | Door: Stommeling Jones | Categorie: Juridisch, Losse skakels, Verenigde Staten

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