Tor operator raided in Finland
Alexander W. Janssen
alexander.janssen at gmail.com
Tue Jan 29 14:15:12 UTC 2008
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Scott Bennett wrote:
> In the United States, knowingly giving false information to a federal
> law enforcement officer is a felony, so as soon as they found out you had
> deceived them, they would likely charge you with that crime.
That sounds a bit misleading - if you're a suspect you don't need to
tell the truth. You don't need to say anything.
Though if you're a witness, you *must* testify (as long as you're not
accusing your kids or spouse) *and* tell the truth.
However, if you lie in court as a witness, you're in big trouble.
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