December 20, 2014

Bob McCulloch has confessed. “There were people who came in and, yes, absolutely lied under oath,” McCulloch told KTRS-AM host McGraw Milhaven. “Some lied to the FBI. Even though they’re not under oath, that’s another potential offense — a federal offense. I thought it was much more important to present the entire picture.”

Needless to say, Mr. McCulloch is trying to conceal the fact he obstructed justice because the media exposed the charade that Sandra McElroy enthusiastically embraced, but that does not change the fact that Darren Wilson evaded an indictment for murder because Bob McCulloch suborned perjury.

The pressure of public scrutiny forced McCulloch to confess and every reasonable and intelligent person understands the grotesque obstruction of justice he orchestrated.

If Bob McCulloch did not deliberately mislead the jury he would have exposed Sandra McElroy's lies through cross examination. Instead, he encouraged her to provide a written account of her lies to create the false impression she was credible, and in that respect, McCulloch is directly responsible for deliberately misleading the grand jury.

Clearly, Bob McCulloch is guilty of suborning perjury and that is a Federal Crime:

It is a criminal offense to induce someone to commit perjury. In a majority of states, the offense is defined by statute.

Under federal Criminal Law (18 U.S.C.A. § 1622), five elements must be proved to convict a person of subornation of perjury. It first must be shown that the defendant made an agreement with a person to testify falsely. There must be proof that perjury has in fact been committed and that the statements of the perjurer were material. The prosecutor must also provide evidence that the perjurer made such statements willfully with knowledge of their falsity. Finally, there must be proof that the procurer had knowledge that the perjurer's statements were false.

Bob McCulloch is guilty because in their questioning of McElroy, members of the grand jury were recorded telling Sandra McElroy they did not believe her to be a liar and given the fact that Bob McCulloch repeatedly used her to provide Darren Wilson with a bogus defence, what he did is clearly not excusable.

I hope the next interview with Bob McCulloch is not from a Federal Prison because I believe in prison sentence reform. Just fine and fire him and let it be a lesson because Bob McCulloch simply does not get it (the manner in which he consistently abuses his power) and he never will.

Moreover, the people who are the source of the power that prosecutors like Bob McCulloch routinely abuse need to take responsibility as well.

Finally, have a Merry Christmas Mr. Bob McCulloch and I am very, very sorry your father was murdered -and unfortunately, violence begets violence.

Let that be the final lesson here -end the cycle.

Bob McCulloch is a victim too.


Next: The media pressured Bob McCulloch to confess through reports like Bogus Justice.


 
 
 


 

 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
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