1/6 Evidence, Perjury & The Praying Coach

April 30, 2022

In This Episode:

The #SistersInLaw convene to analyze the latest evidence about the 1/6 insurrection coming from recent books, and the need for the DOJ to keep building their case and stay the course.  They also give a primer on what it takes to get a perjury conviction, and lay out how the 1st Amendment relates to the case of a praying high school football coach awaiting a decision by the Supreme Court.

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