Originally Posted by RedFanAlways1966
If this is true, then the good doctor should be prosecuted for perjury. This is not an error on his part... it is lying. Why would he lie? I don't know why he would lie. Unless he thought it made him look like a big-shot to be a consultant on a TV program. Anyway I look at it, if true, he flat out lied. Now the taxpayers must take the burden of paying for a new trial. I am sure Dr. Dietz was paid for his testimony as well.
The prosecutors bear some, if not all, of the blame here. How hard would it have been to check if there was ever a Law and Order episode like that? If I were the DA I'd fire the person who prosecuted the case just for that. And if I prosecuted the case myself, I'd resign.