DieChecker Posted July 8, 2022 #576 Share Posted July 8, 2022 1 hour ago, Hammerclaw said: Yes and for some curious reason they haven't solicited testimony from the parties concerned. I wonder why that is? This does seem to be true. If the things testified to are true, then the committee needs to have those people who were quoted confirm, or deny, that such happened/was said. Otherwise it very well can be considered hearsay. A police officer is typically given the benefit of the doubt. While a disgruntled neighbor testifying might be considered hearsay giving the same info. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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