See Sidney Powell, "Licensed to Lie: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice," 38 (2014)(Brown Books Publishing Group)("As a former assistant U.S. attorney of ten years, who served in the Department of Justice and taught there frequently, [Ms. Powell] knew how prosecutors were supposed to proceed. Doing the job right required a strong sense of honor, integrity, objectivity, and fairness. A federal prosecutor has immense, unbridled power along a broad spectrum of discretion. In the hands of the wrong people, the damage that power can cause is beyond measure. A prosecutor does play God."); see also Limone v. United States, 497 F. Supp. 2d 143, 189- 192 (D.Mass. 2007)(During a 30-year cover-up, FBI agents' "imaginative direction and professional ingenuity," in developing a professional assassin's perjury in high-profile murder trial, "was known to, supported by, encouraged and facilitated by the FBI hierarchy all the way to the FBI Director.").
 Based on his cooperation, this fable-spinning deal-maker cut a sweetheart deal with prosecutors which enabled him to keep a $5 million real estate development, his home worth $2 million, and hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of dollars in foreign bank accounts. In the end, the jurors selected in this case from rural Nevada "were no dupes." At the end of a six-week trial the jurors fully exonerated the defendant on all charges after only four hours of deliberations. When interviewed after the case, the foreperson said that in several straw polls, no juror voted to find the defendant guilty on a single count. (Excerpted from "Perjuring informers brought to the bar," at 35).