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One official in the Justice Department wasn't quite so sure. “In legal terms, this doesn't look like further evidence of obstruction of justice," the official told The Daily Beast, adding: "It does look like further evidence of consciousness of guilt.”This is important. This is a legal term to indicate that the defendant was knowledgable of a crime afoot and performed actions in a manner that does not comport with those of an innocent person. For example, the fact that a person pulled over took off as soon as the officer asked him whether he had any pot in the car can be entered into evidence by a prosecutor as consciousness of guilt.
HA HA HA HA HA HA HA , Look at all the klansmen at there bigfoot (subsaharan african) Meeting, Hopefully they will not catch a bigfoot to HANG!!
LOL. These people made so much noise that a bigfoot would be nowhere in the area.
LOL. You actually believe there are bigfoot in the first place.
Stover is another joke researcher! Who would team up with him??? Give it up Stover, you're never going to find anything!7:51 you're a troll!