Harry Reid changes his story again on injuries

by Thomas Lifson,  American Thinker

As anyone who has watched a few police procedurals knows, when subjects of interrogation change the details of their stories, it is a signal they may be lying.  Prosecutors seize on inconsistencies during trials to convince jurors that the defendant made up a story, because it is easy to keep the truth straight, but the details of lies easily confuse the liar.  Read the entire story.

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