Law enforcement officers and investigators are not above the law and must be held accountable if they violate criminal law or lie during an inquiry, according to former NYPD Commissioner Bernie Kerik on Newsmax TV.
"Here's the reality: If a cop, a state trooper, an investigator, a state investigator of any kind gets caught lying on some official inquiry – whether it's to the bureau, whether it's before Congress or anybody else, I promise you, they're getting indicted, they're getting charged, and most likely they'll get convicted and they'll go to prison," Kerik told Tuesday's "Newsmax Now."
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