Our masters are trying to decide whether or not he should face charges. Any bets on whether or not he'll face legal consequences?
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As prosecutors in Anne Arundel County prepare to ask a grand jury whether an FBI agent who mistakenly shot an unarmed man should be indicted, they face a confusing legal roadmap stemming from one of the most divisive events in recent FBI history - the deadly standoff at Ruby Ridge, Idaho.
I didn't realize that there was a statute of limitations for murder.
In a statement, prosecutor Brett Benson said "too much time has passed,"
That may be true but if the Federal government isn't going to police its own JBT's, somebody has to. And if not the 50 states, then who? EDITED because I had a brain cramp and forgot how to use board code.
"You can't have 50 states determining what is the standard of conduct for federal agents," [former US Attorney Ira H.] Raphaelson said.