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6.21.19

Doctors Are Selling Vaccine Exemptions in California. The State Is Coming for Them.

One San Diego doctor, who’s responsible for one-third of all medical exemptions in the state, charges $180 per appointment.

10.1.18

An Ex-FBI Agent Explains Everything Wrong with the Kavanaugh Probe

From witnesses being able to just avoid the feds until the clock runs out to hamstrung agents and an enraged public, it could get ugly.

8.16.16

Why It's So Hard for Republicans to Pin Perjury Charges on Hillary Clinton

House Republicans are demanding that the FBI investigate Hillary Clinton for lying to Congress, but experts say it's nearly impossible to turn that sort of accusation into a conviction.

7.12.16

Cops in Montreal's 'morality squad' accused of sex misconduct and perjury

And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Montreal's cops have come under fire for how they have policed student protests, they have been caught in cruisers with "tipsy ladies" sitting on their laps, and have been tied to organized crime.

1.6.16

The Texas State Trooper Who Arrested Sandra Bland Was Just Indicted for Perjury

A grand jury did not believe State Trooper Brian Encinia's statement about his encounter with the woman during a routine traffic stop, a prosecutor said.

8.20.15

Can Ashley Madison Claim Copyright on Its Hacked User Data?

Little (if any) of Ashley Madison's hacked data infringes on the company's rights—and the company may even be perjuring itself with each request.

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10.31.14

Call Courtroom 'Testilying' By Police What It Is — Perjury

A Baltimore cop faces perjury charges for lying about the beating of a suspect, but police aren't held accountable often enough for the lies they tell courts.