Washington D.C.- No charges will be filed against any witness who lied to the Ferguson grand jury. Those words from the St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCullough.
As we reported last week, McCullough explain on St. Louis radio station 550 that he knew multiple witnesses were lying to the grand jury about what they saw the day Officer Darren Wilson and Mike Brown had their confrontation. But is this situation as easy as McCullough simply deciding not to press perjury charges?
Ben Swann interviewed attorney and Co-host of Ring of Fire Radio, Mike Papantonio about this issue. Papantonio says that what McCullough did may be a crime. If McCullough put witnesses in front of the grand jury, knowing they were perjuring themselves, McCullough himself could be charged with a crime.