Friday, April 15, 2011
SPEAKING OF PERJURY
With the Federal Government spending millions of dollars to secure a conviction of Barry Bonds because he lied about using steroids to play A GAME, the Daily Pulp is calling for the perjury prosecution of former circuit judge Ana Gardiner for lying about her improprieties with a prosecutor during A DEATH PENALTY PROSECUTION.
Perjury-baseball....by a player
Perjury- death penalty trial....by a judge.
Whom do you think the government should spend money prosecuting?
It's another beautiful spring weekend.