I knew you could
Found a link to this at The High Road:
"BELLEVUE, Wash., March 15 /U.S. Newswire/ -- In a stunning reversal, the City of New Orleans revealed today to attorneys representing the Second Amendment Foundation and National Rifle Association that they do have a stockpile of firearms seized from private citizens in the wake of Hurricane Katrina."
You know, those guns that didn't exist? Those guns Mayor Dipstick and Police Chief Jackass said weren't seized? From those seizures they claimed never happened?("Never mind the video and the testimony! Ignore the man behind the curtain and listen to me!!"). I admit to not following all the details as they came along, but didn't city officials and the lawyers say- in sworn documents- that the seizures a: were not ordered and b: did not happen and c: they did NOT have any seized firearms?
I'm not a lawyer(nor do I play one on blog or tv), but I thought lying in court, and lying on sworn documents, was a big no-no. ESPECIALLY for an officer of the court like a lawyer.
What's that? It IS a big deal, you say? Well, then let's see about criminal charges as well as the civil charges already filed, why don't we?
Apparently the NO officials have been taking lessons from some of the BATF and other feds caught in the act. Lie, deny, etc., until you have no other choice than to admit the truth. Unfortunately, too many times congresscritters who secretly or blatantly want the agencies to get away with crap have set a precedent of ignoring or excusing this crap; let's hope this court doesn't put up with it.