The public has a right to know what happened, whether and how these defendants abused their public office. If people do not like what they hear, well, death threats are obviously out of bounds but it's understandable that people would be angry. Lerner, Paz, and anyone else involved should have to face a public with full knowledge of what happened.
And by the way... if you were a defendant in a case like this, with extensive media attention, and you were concerned that the public would be angry with you even though you did nothing wrong, wouldn't you want them to get the whole story?
Lerner and her colleagues apparently feel that their own testimony would make the public angrier. Why is that?
This entry was published Sun Apr 16 10:31:04 CDT 2017 by TriggerFinger
and last updated 2017-04-16 10:31:04.0.