Lying has to do with your state of mind

I would like to see someone who is on trial for purjury or obstruction of justice  use this as a defense and see how far they get. However, the Secretary of Justice can use this when talking to congress and get away with it. Follow the link below to see the actual testimony.

Rep. James Sensenbrenner asked Holder: “Tell me what’s the difference between lying and misleading Congress, in this context?”

Holder’s response is a bit Clintonian. “Well, if you want to have this legal conversation, it all has to do with your state of mind and whether or not you had the requisite intent to come up with something that would be considered perjury or a lie,” Holder said. “The information that was provided by the February 4th letter was gleaned by the people who drafted the letter after they interacted with people who they thought were in the best position to have the information.”…”

DOJ on lying

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